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This list of support mechanisms is an awesome idea and I might have to make my own one of these at some point (because brilliant and colors!).
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For Easter, I'd like to share a sermon most awesome.
brynndragon: (Awesome beatles)
Reading this Onion article out loud with friends, especially when one of them is a lawyer, is way too much fun.
brynndragon: (Awesome beatles)
Reading this Onion article out loud with friends, especially when one of them is a lawyer, is way too much fun.
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Via [livejournal.com profile] glenmarshall, Honda makes individual transport at walking speeds actually viable:

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Via [livejournal.com profile] glenmarshall, Honda makes individual transport at walking speeds actually viable:

brynndragon: (Awesome beatles)
In honor of their guests this week (Felipe Rose and David Hodo), Wait Wait Don't Tell Me posted this video clip of the Muppets explaining British Isles-Scandinavian relations during the early middle ages:

brynndragon: (Awesome beatles)
In honor of their guests this week (Felipe Rose and David Hodo), Wait Wait Don't Tell Me posted this video clip of the Muppets explaining British Isles-Scandinavian relations during the early middle ages:

brynndragon: (Internet Arguement)
(via [livejournal.com profile] minerva42)

By 1995, this guy totally knew that the Internet was a passing phase. He confidently stated that "The truth in[sic] no online database will replace your daily newspaper, no CD-ROM can take the place of a competent teacher and no computer network will change the way government works." After all, just trying to find info on the Battle of Trafalgar took 15 minutes of perusing student papers and broken computer games and "too many connections, try again later". As for Negroponte's prediction that buying books and newspapers over the Internet was just around the corner: "Uh, sure."

It's really a fascinating read from the viewpoint of 15 years in the future. (I'm still waiting on my flying car though ;P)
brynndragon: (Internet Arguement)
(via [livejournal.com profile] minerva42)

By 1995, this guy totally knew that the Internet was a passing phase. He confidently stated that "The truth in[sic] no online database will replace your daily newspaper, no CD-ROM can take the place of a competent teacher and no computer network will change the way government works." After all, just trying to find info on the Battle of Trafalgar took 15 minutes of perusing student papers and broken computer games and "too many connections, try again later". As for Negroponte's prediction that buying books and newspapers over the Internet was just around the corner: "Uh, sure."

It's really a fascinating read from the viewpoint of 15 years in the future. (I'm still waiting on my flying car though ;P)
brynndragon: (Internet Arguement)
I must share this trainwreck because on the one hand it is the funniest damn thing I have seen all day and on the other hand when the writers of the Old Testament gave more personage to women than you do[1], you are officially made of fail.




[1] Not Stealing is a different commandment than Not Coveting Someone's Wife for a reason y'all.
brynndragon: (Internet Arguement)
I must share this trainwreck because on the one hand it is the funniest damn thing I have seen all day and on the other hand when the writers of the Old Testament gave more personage to women than you do[1], you are officially made of fail.




[1] Not Stealing is a different commandment than Not Coveting Someone's Wife for a reason y'all.
brynndragon: (bittersweet)
(via [livejournal.com profile] dragontdc)
It takes a poet to explain why Valentine's Day is more than Hallmark and expensive flowers, it's blood on the snow and celebration of love and joy, so stop poo-pooing it already: On Valentine's Day
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(via [livejournal.com profile] dragontdc)
It takes a poet to explain why Valentine's Day is more than Hallmark and expensive flowers, it's blood on the snow and celebration of love and joy, so stop poo-pooing it already: On Valentine's Day
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(via [livejournal.com profile] wildelven)
Check this out: the music video of a mash-up, performed by a real band, of Don't Stop Believing and Enter Sandman, complete with backstory of how this horrible, awesome, hilarious thing came to be. You gotta see this!
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(via [livejournal.com profile] wildelven)
Check this out: the music video of a mash-up, performed by a real band, of Don't Stop Believing and Enter Sandman, complete with backstory of how this horrible, awesome, hilarious thing came to be. You gotta see this!

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