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Maneggs » God’s Control Buttons

Maneggs » God’s Control Buttons.

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G O D X I L I A R Y: ALIEN VS. POOH

Webcomic artist Giant Hamburger illustrated this children’s book mashup of Winnie the Pooh and the Alien movie series. Silliness ensues when Pooh mistakes an alien egg for a honey pot!

G O D X I L I A R Y: ALIEN VS. POOH

via Neatorama Alien vs. Pooh

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Happy Childhood

vintagephoto: Happy Childhood.

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280 – Calvinism but no Hobbes | Luke Surl Comics


Free Will versus Determinism


This was imagined as one page in a “choose your own adventure” style old-time interactive fiction, but is not an old piece at all, but painstakingly drawn by Luke and originally published on his site lukesurl.com on 2/24/2010.

280 – Calvinism but no Hobbes | Luke Surl Comics

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Indexed » Fantasy League

Funny comments:

  • Fry Says:
    March 11th, 2010 at 1:24 pm
    That Zombie beating the Werewolf was a huge upset! Nobody saw that coming in the Third.
    I for one am very sorry to have missed out on the Centaur vs Yeti match, but I don’t get cable.
    I want to know how the heck the Ghost got seeded in against such weak competition.
  • marcus Says:
    March 11th, 2010 at 1:39 pm
    Zombie vs. Werewolf is an easy pick if you know what day the game is played. Werewolf only wins that match up once a month.
    Zombie vs. Vampire, must have been a day game.
  • peterchen Says:
    March 11th, 2010 at 1:46 pm
    One could claim that even if the werewolf wins against the zombie, the werewolf likely turns into a zombie, so the winier is a… ZOMBIE!

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The Front Fell Off – Video

In 1987, John Clarke and Bryan Dawe began to broadcast on radio a series of weekly interviews in which prominent and newsworthy figures spoke openly about issues of the day. This was of great benefit to the public and the idea moved to television in 1989. It has now been a regular feature in the vibrant Australian media mix for 20 years and is getting into its stride nicely. In the interviews, John makes no attempt to look or sound like the person he is pretending to be, but deals with matters as he sees fit. Bryan persists with dignity and strives for understanding.

For recent Clarke & Dawe episodes please visit http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/clarkedawe.htm.

The Front Fell Off 1991 (http://www.mrjohnclarke.com/clarkedawe-episodes-03.shtml)

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Top 50 Free Open Courseware Classes for Journalists

The following list of top 50 free open courseware classes for journalists includes classes offered by college and universities. But, it also includes entire Websites sponsored by nonprofit foundations and colleges, which are dedicated to teaching readers about journalism. This list is categorized and listed alphabetically by course name or Web site name within those categories, and the sponsoring college or foundation is listed after each description.

Top 50 Free Open Courseware Classes for Journalists.

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Godzilla Haiku #11


I would trade this world
And all its lovely horrors
If we could just dance

Godzilla Haiku (11)

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Our Blue Marble as of January 2, 2009 – Video

Blue Marble

GEOS-5 Modeled Clouds at 3.5-km Global Resolution:


This visualization shows clouds from a simulation using the Goddard Earth Observing System Model, Verison 5 (GEOS-5.). The global atmospheric simulation ran at 3.5 km per grid cell and covered a single day: January 2, 2009. The model output the results at 10 minute intervals. Since there is only one day of simulation data, the sequence of clouds repeats several times. The white flash indicates the sequence is about to repeat.

Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio, Flickr: GEOS-5 Modeled Clouds at 3.5-km Global Resolution

To view more go to: svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/goto?3659

See the original of this item on AdequateBird.com: Our Blue Marble as of January 2, 2009 – Video

GEOS-5 Modeled Clouds at 3.5-km Global Resolution

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Max Headroom To Be Released on DVD

Laughing Squid Max Headroom To Be Released on DVD.

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OK GO and their awesome building-sized Rube Goldberg machine Video

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Nerd Merit Badges – 02: Inbox Zero


 

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