Post Tagged with: "2011"

Best Demotivational Posters: Hilarious Demotivators by Despair, Inc.

featured, Humor

Despair, Inc. tells us that “motivational products don’t work, but our Demotivators® products – Demotivational Posters – don’t work even better.” This company, born out of the sense of ridiculousness anyone with half a brain feels when they see an actual motivational poster, has been around, incorporated, since 1998, and has a list of designs […]

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Literary Tattoos Part Deux

Body Art

We did another post on literary tattoos, but there were still too many good ones so here are some more fantastic, fun, or very, very literary literary tattoos. Bukowski “but I’m too tough for him, I say, stay in there, I’m not going to let anybody see you.” Bukowski. more Bukowski. “I run with the […]

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Harry Potter Album Covers

Music

First off, are you tired of Harry Potter yet?  The internet has blown up with posts about the last and latest film – people are even going so far as to get Harry Potter tattoos.  Sorry, folks, but there’s more.  To give credit where credit is due, this content is from nextmovie.com and the art […]

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Literary Tattoos

Body Art, featured

Some people get tattoos of their love interest, their mom, their kids, or their pets.  Others get cool things like skulls and crossbones.  Then there are those out there who get tattoos based on movies, books, or comic books.  Below you’ll find a collection of some of the best literary tattoos on the web.  They […]

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Sergey Larenkov’s Ghosts of World War II

Artwork, featured

40-year old Russian sea pilot Sergey Larenkov has a hobby.  When he’s not busy with his full time job, which is guiding ships in the Finnish Gulf, he’s using archived photographs and creating poignant, heart-stirring art with everyday photographs and postcards.  He has done stunning work with photographs of St. Petersburg, and he’s done an […]

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Who Won E3 2011? Microsoft vs. Sony vs. Nintendo

Technology, Video Games

E3 2011, June 6-9, presented by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) for the video gaming industry. In a slight departure from our normal kinds of posts, I unveil the winner of E3 2011. Each year the “Big 3” companies, Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo, hold a press conference, and each year one is crowned as winning E3. […]

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The Top 5 Biggest East Coast Earthquakes

featured, Weather

Talk about a topical post – hardy har.  The east coast of the United States was all shook up by a 5.9 magnitude earthquake, and it made us wonder – was that a “big one,” or not?  Luckily, there’s a little something called the internet to help us answer that question.  Here are the 5 […]

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Energy of Sci-Fi

Bizarre, featured

Conservationists across the globe are scrutinizing the daily energy use of developed countries more closely than ever before. The rising cost of electricity and mounting proof that global warming is more than just a political campaign platform are two driving factors in the scrutiny. Some light has been shed on this issue already, which is […]

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Spot the Kelsey Grammer Voiceovers

featured, Film, Television

Nominated for 14 Emmys, Allen Kelsey Grammer, is no stranger to being in the limelight at the forefront of popular television. But Grammer’s work behind the camera is not as well known to the average viewer. His voiceover work has appeared on many programs and films where with his warm, deep baritone has added a […]

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Artist Brock Davis

Artwork, featured

Brock Davis is an artist many times over, in a multitude of ways.  He creates visual art with a variety of mediums, sometimes anything he can get his hands on.  He is also a musician, writer, graphic designer, and creative director at Carmichael Lynch in Minneapolis, MN.  Much-interviewed, Brock has a list of credits that […]

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