The Trouble by Pogo

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Pogo (Nick Bertke) has a new Disney remix featuring clips from Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, Mary Poppins, Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, and Dumbo. It’s just as hypnotic as his other remixes, but this one contains words that you can understand. -via Tastefully Offensive http://www.tastefullyoffensive.com/

Also see: more from Pogo.


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Hero of Time - Link The Legend


Hero of Time by Bocaci

He's the little guy that became a legendary hero, the greatest warrior Hyrule has ever seen and large despite his physical size. He's the link to the past, the ocarina playing swordsman with lots of heart (containers) who isn't afraid to fight the biggest and the baddest on his quest to gather the triforce and save the love of his lives...

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Witness the Firepower of This Fully Armed and Operational...Oh. Well, Never Mind Then.

So Britain isn't an option for Emperor Palpatine. But maybe he should stay and enjoy some kidney pie and haggis while he's visiting.

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Metástasis

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Warning: here be spoilers. Univision’s series Metástasis follows the adventures of Walter Blanco, a mild-mannered family man who turns to manufacturing drugs when he is diagnosed with cancer. Yes, it’s Breaking Bad all over again, with a few differences. Mainly, it’s in Spanish. But while we waited for six years to find out what happens, Univision showed an episode of their version every weeknight, starting in June, and the final episode aired tonight. That’s almost like binge-watching! See some comparisons between Metástasis and Breaking Bad scenes at the A.V. Club, and see more scenes of Metástasis at YouTube.  -via mental_floss


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The Stained Glass Sleeper Driverless Car of the Future

Dominic Wilcox is one of our favorite artists. You can see why: he's always coming up with a way to make life more fun, more cool, and perhaps slightly practical.

Driverless cars work on an experimental basis. Perhaps it's only a matter of time before the majority of cars on the road are self-driving.

What would you do if you didn't have to pay attention to the road? Wilcox proposes that you take a nap, which is always a great idea. His design concept for a car is a stained glass shell wrapped around a bed.

Do you like the idea? Wilcox is just getting warmed up. Click on Continue reading to view his car concept that is even wilder.

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This Old Man's Version of "Say Something" Will Leave You in Tears

To start this post off right, I will say you need to know about the fox piano. This was a piano painted and put in Ontario as an art project by artist Katriona Dean. It is there to inspire, to incite, and to encourage anyone to sit down and make beautiful music at any point. She sometimes goes by her project with a camera to see what she can catch on film. On this particular occasion, she found Michael Anthony McNamara playing the A Great Big World/ Christina Aguilera duet solo, "Say Something."

Though already a beautiful and heart-wrenching song, this man's voice and sense of wisdom just brings something else to the song completely. It is very sad still, though. I will warn you. It almost feels sadder when a man sings it who is later in the years. 

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I will say this: the fly that seems to stay on his shoulder the whole time, as if it is listening to the song, makes it all the more surreal an helps keep you from completely breaking down and bawling at the beauty of it.

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Covers For Kids Books That Would Warp Young Minds

Children’s books are full of large, illustrated pages oozing with visual appeal, and fun stories crafted to captivate young minds, and when we're all grown up we look back fondly on the times when our parents read our favorite books to us before bed. 

So what could have possibly made those beloved children's books even more memorable? 

How about gritty covers, with catchy titles like Mummy's Breaking Point, The Futility of Existence, or that all-time classic Lassie Gets Even:

Photoshop funster Bag of Delights created these delightfully dark children's book covers, adding madcap titles to the original artwork to ensure that these twisted tales leave their mark on impressionable young minds.

These twisted cover creations aren't going to make their way onto store shelves anytime soon, but the idea of a kid reading a book about Episcopalian pirates or Death Cults is a bit of a knee slapper!

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Trucker's Hitch

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The Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis has a new song about tying a knot. No, not tying “the” knot, but a real rope knot. It’s kind of like, “Let’s make a nice little song about the first thing that comes to mind, as long as it’s random.” And it’s a decent tune, if a little odd. Then suddenly, the song changes into a dance instructional, and that’s really weird. Does this song have something to do with another part of their TV show, maybe something about knots? Or are they trying to see if they can start a new dance craze? -via Laughing Squid


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Skull Armchair

Although I'm not generally a fan of skull designs just for the sake of skull designs, even I think this armchair is pretty cool. Better yet, it's specifically built for comfort, not just for aesthetic impact. Designer Harold Sangouard used a steel base covered with resin, finished with glossy black paint, and a padded seat covered in velvet. Visit Sangouard’s website to learn more and obtain pricing information. Via Lost at E Minor. 


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10 Abandoned International Airports

Abandoned buildings are interesting: we’ve posted about abandoned mansions, schools, hospitals, and even entire villages. But who would’ve ever thought there was this many abandoned international airports? Well, it’s true that some airports outgrow their locations and are rebuilt in larger areas, and others were just a bad idea from the start. While unused airports are often demolished or repurposed, it can take quite some time before that happens. Meanwhile, there are diverse stories surrounding these erstwhile facilities, like the notorious Kai Tak airport in Hong Kong.

No list of abandoned international airports (or non-abandoned ones, for that matter) would be complete without Hong Kong’s notorious Kai Tak, which from 1925 until 1998 scared the living daylights out of nervous flyers as their planes descended through the island’s mountains and skyscrapers. Ranked as the sixth most dangerous airport in the world by the History Channel, landing on the famous Runway 13 involved passing over the densely populated area of Western Kowloon then a sharp, 47 degree turn at a checkerboard marker on in the hills above the airport. If all went according to plan, airliners would level out at just 140 feet before touching down, in a manoeuver known to pilots as the “Hong Kong Turn” and to passengers as the “Kai Tak Heart Attack”.

So what happened to the airport after it closed? Find that out, as well as the stories of the other airports, at Urban Ghosts. -via the Presurfer

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Your Book of Gold

John C. Wright is a commercially successful science fiction novelist. That is an enormously difficult accomplishment. There are many great writers who struggle to get published and then to get published widely enough to earn a living at it.

Wright counsels struggling writers not to despair. Even if they never become widely-read, a writer can transform one person's life. In a moving and beautiful post, Wright explains that your rarely-read book can be one reader's book of gold:

If you only write one book in your whole life, and only sell 600 copies or less, nonetheless, I assure you, I solemnly assure you, that this book will be someone’s absolutely favorite book of all time, and it will come to him on some dark day and give him sunlight, and open his eyes and fill his heart and make him see things in life even you never suspected, and will be his most precious tale, and it will live in his heart like the Book of Gold.

Let me give you three examples to support my point: VOYAGE TO ARCTURUS by David Lindsay had perhaps more effect and influence on me in my youth than any other book aside from WORLD OF NULL-A by A.E. van Vogt. To be fair, I misinterpreted both books, and took them to be preaching a resolute form of scientific Stoicism, an absolute devotion to sanity and truth which I doubt either author would recognize. I never wrote Mr. van Vogt a fan letter, despite that my whole life was influenced by him (but I did write a novel to honor him). Had it not been for his books, I never would have studied philosophy in High School, never would have gone to Saint John’s in Annapolis, never would have read the Great Books. I never would have met my wife.

As for Mr. Lindsay, he sold less than 600 copies of his book, and died in poverty, ignored and forgotten, of an abscess in a tooth any competent dentist could have pulled. And this is a book luminaries such as Colin Wilson, C.S. Lewis, and Harold Bloom regard as seminal. Mr. Wilson called it the greatest novel of the Twentieth Century.

Wright says that he has already received heartfelt appreciation for his work. He doesn't always understand why:

People have written me to say that this tale inspired dreams and nightmares, inspired new resolve, inspired hope, and at least one woman who was in the midst of her most wretched hour of despair, said she found strength just from the one description of a star appearing through the darkest clouds. What these readers see in my work is far beyond what I have the power to put down on the page: the hand of heaven touched that work, and those readers who express awe are seeing not the author’s hand, but the hand of the Creator who is author of us all, who guided the work without my knowledge.

Are you a writer? Are you trying to create something great, but no one else can see it? Perhaps to some reader unknown to you, your work is that book of gold:

I write for that one reader I will never see, the one who needs just such a tale as I can pen, in just such a time and place, some rainy afternoon or dark hour, when providence will bring my book into his hands. And he will open it, and it will not be a book, but a casement, from which he will glimpse the needed vision his soul requires of a world larger than our own, or a star in a heaven wider and higher than ours, a star aflame with magic more majestic than any star mortal astronomers can name.

I humbly but strongly suggest you write for that unknown reader also, and not for worldly praise, or influence, or pelf, or applause. The world flatters popular authors, and the clamor of the multitude of brazen tongues is vanity. It is dust on the wind. The unknown reader will greet your work with love. It is a crown of adamant, solid and enduring.

You will never meet that one reader, not in this life. In heaven he will come to you and fall on his face and anoint your feet with tears of gratitude, and you will stand astonished and humbled, having never suspected.

I found Wright's post via Brian J. Noggle, a novelist who is too modest about his own abilities.

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The 50 Worst Movies Ever Made

What’s the worst movie you’ve ever seen? Manos, the Hand of Fate? Robot Monster? The Room? Plan 9 From Outer Space? Let’s see how your worst experience in film stacks up with movies you have yet to see, in a list compiled at Flavorwire. Considering that Plan 9 came in 50th, you know there are some horrible feature films here. I’ve only seen four of the movies listed, so I can’t really argue with their choices. Still, I’ll bet you could come up with some suggestions for movies that should have made the list.


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The Incredible Titan - Mega-Sized Style Points


The Incredible Titan by Nicko Designs

The power of imagination doesn't often save lives, but the power of transformation- now that can make a person go from zero to hero in no time. The Survey Corps were facing an uphill battle before that boy they saw as weak and powerless discovered his inner titan, transforming him into a lean mean grinning machine, ready to smash the smiles off the titan's faces...

Transform your geeky wardrobe from blah to BA-BOOM! with this The Incredible Titan t-shirt by Nicko Designs, featuring a bold and powerful design sure to wow fellow fans of that attack on anime show!

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DC Comics Heroes And Villains Get The Norman Rockwell Treatment

Most of Norman Rockwell's paintings are considered lighthearted and fun, rendered with an incredible degree of realism that really sets the scene in each of his artworks.

Nowadays, artists apply the Rockwell name to any artwork rendered in a similar style, or with similar character staging, even if there's nothing Norman about the piece.

The digital paintings of OnlyMilo (Ruiz Burgos) deserve to be compared to Rockwell's works, and his realistic treatments of DC Comics heroes and villains make you feel like you’re on the scene, watching something spectacular happen right before your eyes.

Warning- Fall is in the air, and it has wreaked havoc on Poison Ivy's wardrobe, so if illustrated bums offend you then don't click on the links! You've been warned, cheeky monkey...

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Skating in Balloons

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How fun can it be to skateboard in a skatepark filled with 5001 balloons? Great fun, I’m sure, if you know what you’re doing. In my case, the fun would be in the slight possibility that those balloons might somehow cushion my fall. This video by Devin Supertramp is an ad for Banzai Skatepark in Linden, Utah. See the behind the scenes video, too. -via Viral Viral Videos


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Countdown

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This cartoon was painful to read because it's accurate.

So when I got home from work, I played with my daughters for a few extra minutes.

This time in their lives and mine will never come again.

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Man Transforms Basement Room into Rustic Cabin Man Cave



Redditor kelhans, in an amazing display of resourcefulness, transformed a storage room in the basement of this home into what looks like a deep-woods cabin retreat. The price is right as well: he says he only spent $107 on the entire project, furnishing it with his belongings and using scrap wood. 

This impressive DIY project had an amusing inspiration: the man is a father of seven children and desired a place that was all his own. I can only hope his wife recruits him to build her a woman cave next, so both parents have their happy places!

See photos that document the project from start to finish here. Via Twisted Sifter. 

 The storage room before the project began


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A Time Lapse Selfie Video Eight Years In The Making

People have created some pretty cool time lapse selfie videos over the years, but never has anyone shown more commitment to the bit than YouTuber dumo, who spent every day of 8 years creating the ultimate stop motion celebration of his face.

Dumo's taste in clothing changes, and his skin looks a bit weathered here and there, but one thing remains constant throughout 98% of the video- his stoic facial expression.

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2,900 photos shot daily from September, 2006 to August, 2014, and way too few smiles. This guy's giving us a tour of his life and even he's not all that impressed!

Well, maybe he's saving all his smiles for this similar daily picture project featuring his son.

The most impressive segment of his selfie video (around 2:40) involves a scene from Karate Kid playing in the background, a masterful editing feat dumo admits was a pain in the neck to get just right. Wax on, wax off dumo...

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Illustrated Guide to Dogs of the World by Lili Chin



Los Angeles-based artist and animator Lili Chin's personal project "Dogs of the World" features canines grouped by their areas of origin. Chin began the series in 2008 as a way to fund a local dog rescue called Boston Buddies.

Since the project's inception, its scale has expanded greatly, and its existence has proved beneficial to a number of pet rescue organizations. As Chin says,

"In the past five years, Doggie Drawings has evolved into a full-time (one-person) pet portrait and illustration business.  So far, I have drawn over 800 unique pet portraits and donated a total of $13,242 to many dog rescue groups."

These dogs may hail from distinct parts of the world, but the love many humans have for them is universal. See more of Chin's dog drawings from many other regions of the world here. Via Design Taxi.


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Coyote Call

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When you take a hike through the woods, you may see a deer or a few squirrels. If you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of a woodchuck, beaver, or a skunk (if you call that lucky). You probably have no clue how many animals are actively hiding from you. There may be more than you can imagine. Jason Groseclose let out a coyote call, which is frightening in itself. But then the coyotes started answering the call. Keep listening, because this will become chilling. You can see how they responded in the next part of the video. -via Daily Picks and Flicks


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Clever Ad Campaign Invites Viewers To Explore Everyday Science

Advertising campaigns are meant to get attention, to engage the viewer in a way that sparks their interest in the product or service being offered. 

Restaurants want to make you hungry, service providers want to prove they have the lowest price, but how does a science museum go about advertising to the public?

They engage the public by showing them the science of the everyday, making concepts more easily understood and inviting the viewer to explore the wonders of the scientific world at their museum.

Science World at TELUS World of Science in Vancouver, British Columbia wanted to create a series of unique and very original ads for their museum, so in 2010 they commissioned creative agency Rethink Canada to help bring their visions to life.

What began as a simple set of radio commercials has turned into a multimedia, multiplatform campaign that has people talking, and touching, and interacting with their ads. 

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Ghostbusters Doughnuts

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the movie Ghostbusters (and the Blu-ray release), Krispy Kreme will feature two new Ghostbusters doughnuts from September 29 through Halloween. The Ghostbuster and the Stay Puft are both marshmallow-filled doughnuts with Ghostbusters icing decoration.

You can pre-order if you need five dozen or more of them. I hope that’s for sharing at work or at a party. If you really need five dozen marshmallow-filled doughnuts for yourself, shame on you. -via Daily of the Day

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You Can Climb a Tree Even if You Use a Wheelchair

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Martyn Sibley is the editor of Disability Horizons, an online magazine that advances "a 21st Century view of disability." He recently visited the New Forest, a section of southern England that was once William the Conqueror's private hunting ground, but is now a national park open to the public.

It's remarkably accessible to people with some disabilities. Sibley uses a wheelchair but found all of the accommodations necessary to have a great time. He engaged in archery, biking, and sailing. And, as you can see from the photo above, he even climbed a tree!

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Neighbors Forever - It's What's On The Inside That Counts


Neighbors Forever by Filiskun

When people go out wandering through the forest they see critters of all shapes and sizes- some are scary, others are fluffy and friendly, and some are just itching to play with any friendly neighbors who pay a visit to their woodland homes! Totoros are happy to lend a hand, and an umbrella, when a friend is in need, and if a neighbor gets tired of walking they can call a catbus to whisk them to their destination in purr-fect style. Don't judge a creature by its appearance, they don't all want to make a meal of you!

Celebrate the making of an anime legend with this Neighbors Forever t-shirt by Filiskun, and add the power of imagination to your geeky wardrobe.

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This House Is Made Largely From Recycled Telegraph Poles

Malaysia's telegraph poles have been torn down in recent years, which provided WHBC Architects with a delightful option when their British clients requested their new Malaysian home be constructed with reclaimed wood. 

Aside from offering the perfect strength and size for the home's support structures, they also provide a unique look as the aged wood has developed a thick patina after being exposed to the elements over the years.

The open plan home allows for ample natural ventilation, allowing the home to remain comfortably cool without any air conditioner use.

See more pictures of this tropical house at Homes and Hues: The Spellbinding Tropical House Made From Reclaimed Telegraph Poles


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A Job Interview as Imagined by Kids, Then Acted out by Adults


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Kid Snippets, an ongoing video series by Bored Shorts TV, adds a bit of realism to the imaginations of young children. The producers ask kids to act out what they imagine an adult situation might be. What they say becomes the script, which adult actors then perform.

We've already seen the kids present their versions of marriage counseling and a door-to-door sales call. In this video, the kids teach us how to conduct ourselves effectively in a job interview. Do you want to walk out of that interview employed? Then pay close attention.

-via How to Be a Dad


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9 Cats That Are Serious Heroes

We often hear stories about dogs that are heroes, but furry friends of all types can also be heroes -especially cats. In fact, these nine cats have come to the rescue of humans, cats and even dogs.

1. Tara

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This brave little kitty made headlines across the world after she fought off a dog that attacked her four year-old owner, Jeremy Triantafilo. Jeremy was on a bike in front of his home when a neighbor's dog attacked him, pulling him off the bike and dragging him along the sidewalk. Tara immediately attacked the dog in return, scaring it and chasing it away from the family's house. Security footage of the attack went viral, getting five million views within only two days.

2. Pudding

Amy Jung headed down to her local Humane Society one day to play with the cats. While she didn't plan to adopt any new pets that day, she ended up bringing home two cats, Pudding and Wimsy. That very night, Amy went into a diabetic seizure during her sleep. Pudding then jumped on her and woke her up so she could call out to her son, Ethan, but he didn't hear her cries as he too was sleeping. Amazingly, Pudding then ran into Ethan's room and jumped on his chest to wake him up. Because of Pudding's efforts, Ethan was able to get his mother medical attention before she slipped into a diabetic coma. All this is more incredible when you keep in mind that this was still her first night at Amy's house.

Since the incident, Amy had Pudding registered as a therapy animal so she can always have the cat with her.

3. Tommy

No one knows how the cat did it, but when Gary Rosheisen fell out of his wheelchair and couldn't get back up, his cat, Tommy, managed to dial 9-11. Gary didn't have his medical alert necklace on and couldn't reach the cord above his bed that could call the medics or a telephone. When police arrived at the apartment, they saw an orange and tan cat lying beside the telephone that was off the hook on the living room floor. Police couldn't find any other explanation for the emergency call that led them to arrive on the scene other than Tommy dialing the number.

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The Weirdest Incarnations of Spider-Man in Any Universe



James Whitbrook for Toybox i09 compiles a list of the most bizarre incarnations of Spider-Man, taking into account alternate universes, spinoffs and the like. 

A shining example, pictured above, is the Spectacular Spider-Ham. First appearing on comic book pages in Marvel Tails Starring Peter Porker the Spectacular Spider-Ham, circa 1983, this porcine Spidey was found in Earth-8311, a universe of anthropomorphic animal superheroes. The invention of Mark Armstrong and Tom DeFalco, Peter Porker was bitten by radioactive animal scientist (Aunt) May Porker, which tranformed him into the porky power seen above. 

Spider-Ham joined forces with Nick Furry, Captain Americat, and Hulk-Bunny and battled villains Ducktor Doom, Buzzard and Hog-Zilla, among others. According to Whitbrook, the Ham is one of the most popular alt-Spider-Men. Pigs don't have to fly before I understand why. 

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Clever, Visual Representations of Famous Quotes

Image Credit: Ryan McArthur

A quote that gets you at the right time, when you really need it, can be like food for the soul. It can get you out of bed, it can inspire you, and it can shift how you feel in that moment. Honestly, a powerful quote can lock itself in your brain and you can carry it with you, the rest of your life. Seems artist Ryan McArthur knew this, and did some breathtaking illustations that visually represent the famous quotes he so delicatly brings to life.

This Is Marvelous put together a rather extensive gallery of Ryan McArthur's illustarted quotes for you all to see, and it quite a thing of beauty. When you match up a good quote with a good font and great design, the quote seems to take on a life of its own. Like something that was already powerful sprouting wings to carry you even further. Check it out and may it inspire a wonderful day in you.

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Rap Song About... A Dog's Birthday?

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While I'm not a fan of rap music in general, this song has me charmed. Rapping about bitches has been put into an entirely new perspective. Via Laughing Squid.

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