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A change of subject. [Jun. 8th, 2010|06:15 pm]
Alright, that's been entirely enough exploration of the emotional tarpits. They demand far too much attention anyway, and there's things that deserve it far more, and all of us can always use some more reminding that awesome things exist too.

So! Since it's what those archives are /for/, have a grab bag of Things:

The Geek Alphabet

Precision Flying

Wrong Kitty

Pencil vs. Camera (17)

Techno Jeep

Best. Tempo. Ever.

Arabian Clockwork

Laptop For Sale

Tea Rex and Velo Sir Raptor

Clockwork Top Hat


Brotherly Love

The Tooth Fairy Calculator

Now is the winter of...

Cycles Will Be Removed

Oh, don't quite a few of us WISH...

Whatever you do...
I am entirely too fond of that table.

Honestly not sure whether that's an improvement over raccoons.

Pirates of the Caribbean (Electrotone)
With godzilla on keyboard.

The Greatest Invention Yet

Western Spaghetti

Food About You

Frozen Grand Central

I am /far too amused/ by this.

Sound of Music (Antwerp)
And this.

Bohemian Rhapsody for Printer and Oscilloscope

No, /seriously/.

Jon Schmidt instrumental mashup
Ridiculous fondness for this is probably at least partially due to my own quirks, but I maintain it is nevertheless both pretty and quite impressive.

A:tLA Two Worlds, One Family
Avatar vid that should NOT work anywhere near that well.

Kid's Still Standing

This. This...
So, um. XD
It is a BAD idea to flail at length at a friend how a particular song and a series that cheerily prances all over your mutual sucker buttons match far too well. Two years later they will acquire video editing software and shiny new footage and take revenge by throwing the result at you, promptly burning out every neuron you've got.

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Quote of the Day:
" 'Sykes!'
He turned in the doorway. 'Yes?'
'What's it all mean?' said Jack. 'Magic?'
'Magic?' said Sykes. 'Magic is that power that dwells somewhere in the back of our dreams, that makes us wish that miracles were possible and that a mortal man could have the ability to grasp a part of eternity, if only for a moment. Magic is the total of all the mysteries that we can't understand and the culmination of all the hopes we've ever thought possible. It is our last true miracle, and you know that it exists every time you feel the rain on your face, or hear the sound of children asking questions, or an old man laughing at a slightly off-color joke his nine-year-old grandson told at dinner. It is with us always, and it will comfort and protect us when the darkness arrives, holding our hand until the morning is in sight. It's the reason that we go on living, even in the face of hopelessness. It's the final mystery of the human heart, my friend. For it is there and only there that all true wizardy lies.' "
(-Gary A. Braunbeck, 'The Hand Which Graces')

[User Picture]From: green_turquoise
2010-06-09 04:07 pm (UTC)
These are great! The Bohemian Rhapsody one is amazing, I have to show my grandpa (he's a computer geek)And I love the Kid one! Actually I love pretty much all of these, but those two are really great!
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[User Picture]From: green_turquoise
2010-06-09 04:21 pm (UTC)
Just thought you would like to see this http://blogs.abcnews.com/theworldnewser/2010/06/cool-cats-drawn-to-scent-of-calvin-klein.html it seems that some of the big cats realy love calin klein cologne, and reaserchers are useing it to draw them out for population counts.
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[User Picture]From: snickerer
2010-06-25 04:13 am (UTC)
Heee. Glad you liked. And oh my. XD

...speaking of large carnivorous stripey kitties...remind me to point you at something...
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