YOU CAN’T PULL TEN POKEMON
Like a disheveled tug docking Babylon, often accompanied by dub.
The Cube desktop 3D home printer by 3D Systems
Putting this on the Xmas list!
MASS MARKETED 3D PRINTING IS HAPPENING.
I REPEAT, MASS MARKETED 3D PRINTING IS HAPPENING.
Haha, yeah. We’ve got a Makerbot Replicator 2 at work, and it’s pretty great.
I would hold off on picking this one up though. The Buccaneer from Pirate3D will only be $350 USD when they start taking orders again in December.
There’s also a Kickstarter on right now for a large delta-type printer for about $600: Kossel Clear.
Shot of myself as Malon and my boyfriend as Beat. Shot by Eleventh photography~
Bought a Plexiglas cube to display my animu figurines! I haven’t quite figured out the lighting yet, so I settled for using a small flashlight held up by a strong magnet attached to a large iron bear.
Let that be a lesson to all the people who’ve ridiculed me for owning a large iron bear.
But if those two want to know why I found them obnoxious, listen up:
Generalizing about how all Christians are evil is some 100% dork shit and makes us Atheists look like whiny dweebs.
On the flip side, Christianity is the largest religious group in the world, so as dorky/lame as generalizing about them all being evil is, it really doesn’t hurt anyone. And comparing it to racism, which hurts many, many people, is utterly laughable.
Thanks for listening.
No, no… Islam is the largest religious group in the world, and it certainly hasn’t made it any less deplorable that hate crimes are enacted against them in countries (ie. Canada and the US) where significant portions of the population make the generalization that all Muslims are evil. Dehumanizing others based on any criteria is a precursor to violent crime, and is definitely not laughable.
CLICK THE SQUARES.
THE WHOLE WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT THIS.
OH MY GOD THIS IS BACK.
FUCKING FUCK I LOVE THIS.
YOU DONT KNOW HOW LONG I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS TO COME BACK
I remember this c:
This was made by a famous Flash developer named Andre Michelle. You can still find it as a part of his Audiotool web synthesizer project: