dr-watsons-dick:

Bondlock - AU

“Your brother is such an annoying dick”

“Funny. That’s what his boyfriend always says”

Excellent reuse of this scene.

(via karlimeaghan)

totalfilm:

 Producer Dean Devlin talks Independence Day 2 
Given the way it annihilated the box office back in 1996, it’s always seemed inevitable that a sequel to Independence Day might roll along sooner or later, and according to producer Dean Devlin, we might not have to wait to much longer for it to arrive…

Well, it’d certainly have size 14’s to fill if it were to ever eventually roll around and actually get produced by someone…

totalfilm:

Producer Dean Devlin talks Independence Day 2 

Given the way it annihilated the box office back in 1996, it’s always seemed inevitable that a sequel to Independence Day might roll along sooner or later, and according to producer Dean Devlin, we might not have to wait to much longer for it to arrive…

Well, it’d certainly have size 14’s to fill if it were to ever eventually roll around and actually get produced by someone…

(via cnet)

artchipel:

Tumblr Artist

Kiran Sharma | on Tumblr (b.1984, UK)

Raw, experience, environment, Kiran Sharma’s influence derives from vernacular architecture in its undeveloped primal state. “I depict the environment exposed the way I experience it…imperfect. Highlighting rough textures and detailing the construction materials and the exposure of these elements to the environment. There is something beautiful in my mind of the inherent qualities these materials possess and the changes that take place over time.” The expression of light and dark plays a special emphasis in the compositions Kiran picks, how little or how much light depends on what emotion she wants to convey, this is largely focussed on her own emotional state at the time of painting. You can visit her website or follow her Tumblr for more work. (Interview with artist by ARTchipel July-2012)

[more Kiran Sharma]

*cough Assassin’s Creed Opportunities *cough

scifiction:
LOL!!!!! Priceless!! ~The Captain OC
99gag:

Why They Decided to Exterminate
http://99gag.tumblr.com/

scifiction:

LOL!!!!! Priceless!! ~The Captain OC

99gag:

Why They Decided to Exterminate

http://99gag.tumblr.com/

x([x+1]^2-x^2=2x+1) — Plug any number in and watch in equal horror/wonder as one of the world’s oldest formulas gives you the same number on either side. Note: The starting ‘x’ variable on the outside of the parenthesis is merely to denote the fact that you must insert any number- aka ‘x’ into the formula when appropriate as shown.

Let’s Talk about… 7/2/12

Today, something new is going to be started that will drop some of my more meaningless banter off into a new category by itself. Instead of making individual posts for random junk, I’m going to put it into one post each time I accumulate at least three topics to use. Today’s will be the first sort of prototype and set the standards for the rest, for the moment. Here’s the topics I will seek to discuss and bring light to some thoughts in relation to these…


Forum Life, Reading Galore, Harrison Ford, and More!

Forum Life:Well now. It’s been awhile since I’ve talked about some of the sites that I’m actively involved in, (if ever) and I figured that I might as well bring you up to date here. While I wasn’t avidly watching AMC’s marathon of The Matrix Series the other day, I was scrolling through some statistics on the Voxelus Webpage. For those of you who do not know, Voxelus is going to be an independently produced game using the unity engine and voxel-based designs for levels, editors, and characters. The beta is set to release at an unknown date currently. Anyway, aside from that fact, here’s the rundown on what stats we have accrued over the past few months:

Member Count- 263

Post count- 22,082

Topic Count- 811

Most Users Online at One Time- 41

Total Pages Views- 3,858,208

Average Posts/Day- 180.16

Average Topics/Day- 7.35

Average Pages Views/Day- 30,142.25

Top Poster- JohnWrek, 1247 Posts

Second Top Poster- Boberto, 1088 Posts

Third Top Poster- Newah, 889 Posts

Top Board- Off Topic, 5,726 Posts

Second Top Board- Forum Games, 4,949 Posts

Third Top Board- General, 3,798 Posts

Top Topic Starter- Prototype, 52 Topics

Second Top Topic Starter- Wowfunhappy, 42 Topics

Third Top Topic Starter- Tta, 38 Topics

Most Time Online/Developer- Adz, 14 Days 15 Hours 40 Minutes

Most Time Online/Moderator- Wowfunhappy, 9 Days 19 Hours 10 minutes

Most Time Online/User- Freakboy31, 9 Days 6 Hours 52 Minutes

Reading Galore:Well, you may have noticed (through some of my posts) that I’ve purchased quite a few books lately. Some are either copies to replace ones I’ve lost or sold, or they are new endeavors and new books that I’ve never once owned before- but maybe read elsewhere. Here’s the complete list of purchases I’ve made in the past three weeks, and also the ones I am still finishing up from any previous book runs:

Foundations by Isaac Asimov- Recently Purchased ($2.99)

The 40 Minute War by Janet/Chris Morris- Recently Purchased ($1.75)

Kilobyte by Piers Anthony- Recently Purchased ($2.25)

All the Myriad Ways by Larry Niven- Already Owned, Finishing Up ($2.99)

Ice and Iron by Wilson Tucker- Recently Purchased ($1.25)

The War of the Flowers by Tad Williams- Recently Purchased ($2.99)

The Lando Calrissian Adventures by L. Neil Smith- Recently Purchased ($2.99)

The Han Solo Adventures by Brian Daley- Recently Purchased ($2.99)

Eon by Greg Bear- Recently Repurchased ($2.49)

Legacy by Greg Bear- Recently Purchased ($2.99)

Moving Mars by Greg Bear- Recently Repurchased ($2.99)

Eternity by Greg Bear- Recently Purchased ($2.99)

Mindkiller by Spider Robinson- Recently Repurchased ($1.49)

Something Wicked this Way comes by Ray Bradbury-Already Owned, Rereading ($1.48)

No Second Chance by Harlan Coben- Already Owned, Haven’t Started Reading Yet ($5.97)

Fort Freak by George R.R. Martin and Co.- Recently Rereading, almost Finished ($5.99)

One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexander Solzhenitsyn- Rereading Soon ($5.95)

Executive Orders by Tom Clancy- Rereading STILL ($7.99)

On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King- Already Owned, Rereading ($7.99)

Dust City by Robert Paul Weston- Recently Reacquired ($2.99)

Pages of Pain by Troy Denning- Already Reading ($4.00)

Goliath by Scott Westerfield- Recently Reacquired ($3.99)

Harrison Ford:If you don’t know who this Harrison ford was, then you’re certainly missing out on some things. for example, the only words I will say are as follows:

Movies:

Blade Runner

Indiana Jones Series

Star Wars Original Trilogy

And Many More

That’s about it for today’s little update here. My hands are a slight bit more tired than they are before. Hopefully you enjoy this crunching of some posts together, and it makes for a more interestingly developed read… Adieu.