1. albotas:

A Little Bit On The Bleach Side: Warner Bros. and Viz Media are teaming up to make a bastardized live-action version of the Bleach manga. Peter Segal will be producing and is in talks to direct, which makes perfect sense since he’s directed such classics as The Longest Yard, Get Smart, and Nutty Professor 2: The Klumps. Not only that, but they’re getting Dan Mazeau (the dude writing the Clash of the Titans sequel) to pen the script.
I’m sure otaku everywhere are thrilled about this. If it’s any consolation, Masi Oka (aka Hiro from Heroes) is one of the producers. That’s pretty cool. I guess.

    albotas:

    A Little Bit On The Bleach Side: Warner Bros. and Viz Media are teaming up to make a bastardized live-action version of the Bleach manga. Peter Segal will be producing and is in talks to direct, which makes perfect sense since he’s directed such classics as The Longest Yard, Get Smart, and Nutty Professor 2: The Klumps. Not only that, but they’re getting Dan Mazeau (the dude writing the Clash of the Titans sequel) to pen the script.

    I’m sure otaku everywhere are thrilled about this. If it’s any consolation, Masi Oka (aka Hiro from Heroes) is one of the producers. That’s pretty cool. I guess.

  2. bayronkariya17:

    So they are really gonna do a bleach movie. i guess there is no more talk but more action to move forward into making the hit manga into a live action movie. :)

  3. nadezhda-smeshinka:

    my new favorite :D

  4. projectendo:

have you ever watched Dragon Hunters
yeah I bet you haven’t
punk

    projectendo:

    have you ever watched Dragon Hunters

    yeah I bet you haven’t

    punk

  5. vincint:

    • Dragon Hunters

    I tried writing how much I love this movie and how beautiful it is but I just can’t put it into words
    Just so Gorgeous

  6. th3motherfuck:

    Drawings and games limbo style,enjoy~~

  7. lecter-starling:

    A quality post on why fannibals should be encouraged to read the books

    okthnxbye

  8. "

    The greatest work of art George W. Bush ever took part in was in 2008, when an Iraqi journalist threw two shoes at his head. “This is a farewell kiss from the Iraqi people, you dog,” screamed the journalist, Muntadhar al-Zaidi, who had been arrested twice by U.S. forces during the occupation.

    Bush dodged the shoes with the same ease with which he’d had dodged consequences all his life; those for drunk driving, for ruined companies, stolen elections, war crimes, the destruction of Zaidi’s country.

    After he dodged the shoes, Bush joked about free countries. Meanwhile, guards beat Zaidi bloody. Police tortured him during the nine months he served in jail.

    Inside the cellblocks at Gitmo, where men have languished for more than a decade, not charged with any crime, the palette is cold too—fluorescent bulbs on concrete. I wonder if Bush ever sketched there. Abu Zubaydah did. He was rendered by the CIA, tortured and locked forever in the secretive Camp Seven. Documents obtained through recent Freedom of Information Act requests reveal that Zubaydah drew the torture inflicted on him. The drawings, however, are classified.

    I believe Bush paints because Bush can do anything. Every American dream, Bush got—an Ivy League education, running his own sports team, even the presidency. When each dream ended in failure, he grinned and moved on. Bush’s paintings are one more way of turning away from the past, just as he ignored the trail of blood Zaidi left as guards dragged him from the room.

    "
    George Bush’s Paintings Aren’t Funny, Molly Crabapple at Politico Magazine (via boomvagynamite)
  9. sushinfood:

ryu-gemini:

Lookit what i bought today A new addition to the collection uvu

That is SUCH a cool item!
Also, MOSES THERE’S MOSES 
I NEED TO SEE HIM

    sushinfood:

    ryu-gemini:

    Lookit what i bought today
    A new addition to the collection uvu

    That is SUCH a cool item!

    Also, MOSES THERE’S MOSES 

    I NEED TO SEE HIM

  10. ↳Chromia & Windblade

  11. kushandwizdom:

The Good Vibe

    kushandwizdom:

    The Good Vibe

  12. science-junkie:

theatlantic:

CAPTCHAs Are Becoming Security Theater

CAPTCHAs are a time-worn way for humans to tell computers that we are human. They are those little boxes filled with distorted text that we’ve been told humans can decipher, but computers—the bad guys’ computers—cannot. So, Watson-be-damned, we enter the letters and gain access to whatever is behind the veil, leaving the bad bots steaming outside the pearly, CAPTCHA’d gates. As Google’s ReCAPTCHA website puts it: “Tough on bots, easy on humans.”
It is a satisfying display of human superiority built into the daily experience of the web. And, BONUS, you’re often helping do optical character recognition on old books at the same time. Take that, Machines, you don’t even have any books.
But then along comes Google today noting, in a showily short and breezy blog post, that their machines can beat ReCAPTCHAs 99% of the time.
Read more.


Of course, otherwise it would be hard to explain this. If it was really a war, humans would be outnumbered, hands down.

    science-junkie:

    theatlantic:

    CAPTCHAs Are Becoming Security Theater

    CAPTCHAs are a time-worn way for humans to tell computers that we are human. They are those little boxes filled with distorted text that we’ve been told humans can decipher, but computers—the bad guys’ computers—cannot. So, Watson-be-damned, we enter the letters and gain access to whatever is behind the veil, leaving the bad bots steaming outside the pearly, CAPTCHA’d gates. As Google’s ReCAPTCHA website puts it: “Tough on bots, easy on humans.”

    It is a satisfying display of human superiority built into the daily experience of the web. And, BONUS, you’re often helping do optical character recognition on old books at the same time. Take that, Machines, you don’t even have any books.

    But then along comes Google today noting, in a showily short and breezy blog post, that their machines can beat ReCAPTCHAs 99% of the time.

    Read more.

    Of course, otherwise it would be hard to explain this. If it was really a war, humans would be outnumbered, hands down.

  13. wwhatevver-ampora:

    moewave:

    ohh-tedbundy:

    A true warrior.

    I can’t believe he defeated Mr.Incredible

    I love how he fuckin fuckin STOMPS on Fred Flintstone

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