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in some small and delightful way,
it’s good for the hygiene of the brain."
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nudityandnerdery:

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jeanfromlastnight:

thebeastfeed:

Glowing Arcade Coin Slot Belt Buckles

This is a $90 glowing coin slot belt buckle by Insignificant Fish Industries. “This Belt buckle is made from genuine recycled arcade parts that died in the line of duty and have been preserved as a wearable homage to their place in Silicon Heaven. With the light turned on, it looks exactly like the big arcade machines from whence it came.”

WANT

NEED

Okay, if I can’t get the belt buckle I posted yesterday, maybe this one…

(Which one do you think is more likely to get me stopped at airport security?

DEMAND

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galaxynextdoor:

While The Avengers is suddenly the ‘it thang’, there was a time when lowly nerds got a geekgasm over the very awesome and still incredibly fun Captain America and The Avengers Arcade Game. You may not know who the hell Vision is, but he is/was a badass mofo who sadly didn’t make it into the movies. Understandable as it would also need Pym for him to make any sense… OK, I’m going to go off on a geek rant so I’ll stop before I really start.

Captain America and the Avengers was at the time of its releases one of the best 4 player co-op arcade games and Iron Man was as beastly as ever; still shooting off those repulsor rays and smacking fools left and right. A version of the popular arcade title even made its way to the NES and SuperNES

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successisnotanoption:

My friend, Josh, tweeting this defense of David Lynch’s Dune led me to putting the DVD in my Netflix queue (I hadn’t seen all of it since around the time of its release) which subsequently led me to this, one of the most transcendent moments in cinema.
Yes, that is Patrick Stewart — moments before diving into a battle which will shape the future of the entire known universe — cradling a pug in his arms.
Chief among the many frustrating aspects of this famously problematic film is we never find out what happened to the pug.
(And I can’t prove it, but I’m pretty sure that’s a young Ed O’Neill looming doofishly to Patrick’s right, and you can’t prove it isn’t.)

successisnotanoption:

My friend, Josh, tweeting this defense of David Lynch’s Dune led me to putting the DVD in my Netflix queue (I hadn’t seen all of it since around the time of its release) which subsequently led me to this, one of the most transcendent moments in cinema.

Yes, that is Patrick Stewart — moments before diving into a battle which will shape the future of the entire known universe — cradling a pug in his arms.

Chief among the many frustrating aspects of this famously problematic film is we never find out what happened to the pug.

(And I can’t prove it, but I’m pretty sure that’s a young Ed O’Neill looming doofishly to Patrick’s right, and you can’t prove it isn’t.)

(via superpunch2)