1. pixelclash:

Waku Waku Ski Wonder Spur, Super Famicom.

    pixelclash:

    Waku Waku Ski Wonder Spur, Super Famicom.

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  2. ungoliantschilde:

    Marvel by Moebius.

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  6. thisistheverge:

xkcd: Watches
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  7. vizualize:

by Jim Golden
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  8. maique:


BAM!!!

    maique:

    BAM!!!

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  9. jeffgerstmann:

hannanimal:

thethp:

catastrofe:

my ride is finally here

hannanimal!!!!!!

I GOTTA GO MY RIDE IS HERE. 

You take this one, I’m waiting for the red line.

    jeffgerstmann:

    hannanimal:

    thethp:

    catastrofe:

    my ride is finally here

    hannanimal!!!!!!

    I GOTTA GO MY RIDE IS HERE. 

    You take this one, I’m waiting for the red line.

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  10. tuneage:

    New Music: Spoon - Do You

    In honor of Spoon’s newest album release today, They Want My Soulwe’re featuring our favorite track from the album, “Do You.”

    In traditional style of the Texas group, this song is familiar and yet completely different.

    Soft vocals barely outmatching an unplugged electric guitar, a gritty chorus, and don’t forget about an interlude with nice foot boppin’ harmonies. It sounds like British indie rock. But Daniel’s ever-honest vocals and the complex interweaving of instruments (even the almost imperceptible running clap) keeps the song from sounding trite.

    Spoon leaves a trademark in whatever style they attempt and while “Do You” the song emerges as an homage, it has the confidence to make it already sound like a classic.

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  13. kendallnelsonart:

    My son and I built my old pirate ship Lego set the other day. So much cooler than today’s Legos.

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