The Evolution Of Nintendo Consoles

Nintendo doesn't just make games and consoles that change our video game lovin' lives- they make consoles that are built to last a lifetime, and it's not uncommon to hear about gamers who own NES consoles that still work.

And now with the release of the Switch they've changed the world of gaming once again, giving us the hybrid console of the future we didn't know we needed.

Along the way there were some misses like the Nintendo GameCube, later improved by the Panasonic Q, which was basically a GameCube with remote that can play DVDs.

The Q was only released in Japan and was a commercial flop, so Nintendo discontinued it two years after it was released.

There is still one thing I've always wondered about the NES and the original Japanese version the Famicom- why didn't the NES have cool controller holders like the Famicom?

See The Evolution Of Nintendo Consoles at GameSpot


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Former Disney Employees Discuss the Craziest Things They Saw on the Job

Disneyland may be the "happiest place on earth for visitors," but for employees, things are different. Over on Reddit, past Disney park employees recently discussed the most outrageous things they ever saw on the job. For those who think the Mouse represents a squeaky clean image, you might be surprised what those employees have seen. For example:

I worked on a ride where there was a holding area before the main room and ride. One night before close, apparently a guest had taken a shit in the holding room and everyone else tracked it through out whole queue and ride. We had to close early and every inch of our whole ride was sanitized that night. A guest seriously asked me, "There's poop on my flip flops... what do I do...?"

Many employees start off innocent when they come in, but then things like this change that:

[My] manager that told me I wasn't happy or cheerful enough so I should come in early to do a line of "pixie dust" before work. I showed up early to be a smartass, walk into her office and found her and a server doing lines of cocaine off the counter. I transferred as soon as I could but it was the same stuff in all the other areas as well. Disney still holds the title of most exciting job I've had. Over those 6 years I was assaulted, groped, bribed, spit at, whored out, and drugged. It was my sex, drugs, rock and roll experience.

You can read the full list of Reddit stories here, but be warned that many of the stories are NSFW.

Via Distractify


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A Video Analysis Of Whether The Human Centipede Is Meaningless Or Meaningful

Fans praised The Human Centipede for its unique concept and fresh take on body horror, but the film's gimmick was too disgusting for many people to handle- and the next two films were even grosser.

So film analyst Georg Rockall-Schmidt couldn't help but wonder- did The Human Centipede trilogy actually have something to say, or were they made for pure shock value? (NSFW material)

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-Via GeekTyrant


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An Animated Fan Film For The Pot Smashing Rupee Collector In All Of Us

People have made all kinds of comics, short films and cartoons about the mighty Link and his quest to save Hyrule, and they're all great fun to check out- but they're also all missing a little something.

So which magical element of the Legend Of Zelda games do the artists paying homage to the games nearly always forget to include? The activity I spend hours doing every time I play a Zelda game- smashing pots for rupees.

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Animator Callegos Yavolitak created this fan film for the pot smasher in all of us, which focuses on the greatest pastime in Hyrule and shows us we're not alone in our obsession to destroy and collect gems.

-Via Dorkly


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The Best Movie Posters From the Last 10 Years

A good movie poster will intrigue potential viewers by revealing just enough about the movie to draw someone in without giving away any spoilers. 

Of course, a good poster should also incorporate great artwork and this list of movie posters with the best artwork from the last decade is a great look at how drastically different artwork can be while still looking amazing and serving to attract people to go see a new film. 

Even if you don't like some of the movies, you can still enjoy the impressive design choices that went into making it. 

So check out the full list of 50 posters here.


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Robot & Scarecrow Fall In Love In This Touching Short Film

When people hear "artificial lifeform" they think of robots or androids, but technically any magically animated object could also be considered an artificial lifeform and would therefore have a lot in common with robo-sapiens.

But the odds of a factory built robot and a farm scarecrow ever meeting is a million to one, except for at outdoor music festivals apparently, where the two strange beings are free to be themselves.

Robot & Scarecrow from Factory Fifteen on Vimeo.

Robot & Scarecrow was written and directed by Kibwe Tavares for Factory Fifteen, and I must say they did a really good job of blending the 3D robot character in with the live action footage, it looks so real!

-Via Laughing Squid


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Wax Statues Of Celebrities That Will Haunt Your Nightmares

Wax statues are often so realistic looking you can hardly tell them apart from the person they're made to resemble, but it's hard for wax sculptors to reach this eerie-high level of hyperrealism.

So instead of trying to do the famous person's face justice some sculptors turn the whole thing into a horrific mess by using The Penguin as reference for Meryl Streep.

Sculptors of wax statues shaped like celebrities are also known for making odd choices about the details they include in each piece, which is how we end up with a sweaty J. Biebs statue nobody wants.  

And speaking of pop stars named Justin- get a load of this wax statue of Justin Timberlake, aka J. Tim. You can't say it doesn't not resemble him just a little bit, I mean the hair color's spot on!

See 14 Creepy Wax Statues Of Celebrities That'll Haunt Your Nightmares Forever here


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Cheat Day

Food can make you feel really good, food can make you feel sick, eat certain foods before bed and they may make you have some very strange dreams.

Most people will be in love with food their entire lives, and whether it's the healthy fruit and veggies, the meat or those sugary sweets there's always at least one kind of food that makes us swoon.

And it's often hard to choose between them since they all look so good!

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Cheat Day was created by Ringling College of Art and Design student Diem Tran, and aside from the wonky sound effects Cheat Day was a pretty darn good short with a fun foodie punchline.


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Comic Book Covers Recreated Using Balloons

Sometimes comic book covers are paintings created by guest artists, other times the covers feature finely detailed full color pen and ink panels, but they don't do nearly enough baloon sculpture covers.

Or I guess you would call it a "photo of a balloon sculpture cover", but at any rate these recreated covers by Phileas Flash made me smile.

His whimsical recreations of classic covers of issues like The Fantastic Four #1, Batman: The Killing Joke and Superman vs. Muhammad Ali are surprisingly detailed and very pop.

Here's more from Phileas on his "Balloon Heroes" project:

Over the last few months, I have been recreating classic comic book covers whenever I had time. These balloon sculptures are larger than life (fitting in a 10 foot by 10-foot space) and take many days to make. I even made had to make one in two sections (Superman vs Muhammed Ali) to allow me to visit New York in the middle of making it.

After I finished the main sculpture I use photoshop to add in the lettering (which are un-inflated balloons with wire inside). I'm just learning the program, so forgive any mistakes. I tried to keep digital manipulation to a minimum, so what you are seeing is mainly just latex and air (renewable resources). The balloons I use are all biodegradable and responsibly disposed of, so these sculptures were also super environmentally friendly.

See I Recreated Iconic Comic Book Covers Using Balloons here


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Joel Schumacher Finally Explains The Bat-Nipples In Batman & Robin

It's virtually impossible to read any article about the Joel Schumacher film Batman & Robin without hearing mention of the nipples added to the costumes, which some have referred to as "nipplegate".

The choice to add this bit of anatomical correctness to the Dynamic Duo's costumes was seen as questionable by pretty much everyone, and for years people have been asking who thought that would be a good idea.

Well, in a recent interview with Vice Joel Schumacher finally explains how the Bat-Nipples made their way into Batman & Robin, after he apologizes profusely for the film:

[The costume] was made by Jose Fernandez, who was our brilliant lead sculpture. If you look at Batman and Batman Returns, it was the genius, Bob Ringwood that created those suits, so by the time we got to Batman Forever, the rubber and techniques had gotten so sophisticated. If you look at when Michael Keaton appears in the first suit, you’ll notice how large it is. It was brilliant but the best they could do at the time. By the time Batman Forever came around, rubber molding had become so much more advanced. So I said, let’s make it anatomical and gave photos of those Greek status and those incredible anatomical drawings you see in medical books. He did the nipples and when I looked at them, I thought, that’s cool.

Look, I apologize. I want to apologize to every fan that was disappointed because I think I owe them that.

Just imagine how the Bat-Nipples would have looked in 3D!

-Via io9


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Mary Poppins' Death Metal Version Of "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"

Mary Poppins is about as far from death metal as you can get, and her chipper disposition and cheery colored clothing are all the proof Mary needs that she's not a fan of the heavy metal sound.

And yet there's something so right about this mashup created by Andy Rehfeldt, which features totally brutal vocals by Sera Hatchett of Mercy Brown, because it's so absurd you won't want it to end!

(YouTube Link)

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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Nerdy Relationships: Movies Vs. Real Life

It's no surprise most movies made for geeks feature a nerdy relationship far too good to be true, since roping the audience into the storyline of a movie is a textbook tactic to make viewer's feel invested in the film.

But movies also reduce real life to black and white generalizations, so their portrayal of nerd culture makes us all seem like Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory, which is an insult to nerd diversity.

So illustrator JHALL created this cute comic strip to show all the ways the movies get nerd love wrong, from the epic Con adventures to the male chauvinist friends to the drama of moving in together.

-Via Dorkly


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A Compilation Of Batclimb Celebrity Cameos From The 60s Batman TV Show

I doubt Adam West knew what an impact he would make on pop culture when he played Batman on the original TV show, but the outpouring of tributes after his death shows us his contribution to geek culture is timeless.

And here's the thing about Adam West's Batman- big name celebs were lining up to be on Batman even though the network wasn't sure if the show was even worth making, all because of Adam West.

The best place to spot celebs on the old Batman TV show was during the "Batclimb" segments, where random celebs would pop out of a window and react to Batman and Robin climbing up the wall.

And thanks to this old video by YouTuber A. Pennyworth you can see all the celeb Batclimb cameos in order of airing in one Bat-tacular compilation video!

(YouTube Link)

-Via Laughing Squid


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Odd And Interesting Items From The RadioShack Corporate Memorabilia Auction

Most people saw RadioShack as little more than a place to buy new batteries or a cheap RC car to give as a gift, but the Shack's main reason for being was as a store that sold supplies for electronics hobbyists.

And for a long time RadioShack was the only place to go if you were a CBer, computer user or basically did anything involving a soldering iron and a circuit board.

So it should come as no surprise the stuff they're selling in their corporate memorabilia auction is pretty darn niche, because only a diehard CBer would want a gold record for a trucker songs album called "Put the hammer down!".

Here's the album in its entirety, in case you're thinking about bidding:

(YouTube Link)

There are lots of vintage tech enthusiasts out there today, but it seems unlikely there will be a bidding war for the RadioShack DuoFone Microprocessor Controlled, a fancy name for an ancient answering machine:

And for the ultimate RadioShack nerds out there who have fond memories of shopping in the store and admiring their unique wall art there's this RS Logo In Hurricane framed print, so the memories can live on forever:

See 18 Fascinating Items From RadioShack's Corporate Memorabilia Auction at Consumerist


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Bloody Bunny Is A Bloody Good Animated Series

Kawaii characters are so cute we can't help but think of them in a positive way, and when we see an image of a kawaii character we picture them doing pleasant things and speaking with a syrupy sweet voice.

That's why one of my favorite stylistic mashups is the meeting of "kawaii cute" and "violently bloody" because it doesn't seem like a combo that would work but the two really do go well together.

Case in point- Bloody Bunny, a series that's so kawaii it will give you cavities yet so bloody it might give you nightmares, plus frenetic martial arts mayhem!

(YouTube Link)


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John Lithgow Could Have Played the Joker

(Image via David Shankbone)

It's hard to imagine anyone else besides Jack Nicholson as the Joker in Tim Burton's Batman, but as it turns out, he wasn't actually Burton's first choice. Instead, John Lithgow was his first choice. Lithgow turned down the role (as did Jack Nicholson at first), but now he regrets it, saying he had no idea the role would be so big. I'm sure it also didn't hurt that thanks to a profit-sharing agreement, Nicholson earned an amazing $50 million from the film.

You can read what John Lithgow had to say about the whole thing on Vulture.


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Apocalatte Is Coffee So Good It's Worth Fighting For

Some people cannot start their day without a cup of coffee, feeling like a zombie until they kick-start their brain by sipping on some warm java.

Coffee becomes an even more valuable commodity in an office full of employees who need that cuppa joe to stay awake all day, since their job is so boring they'd fall asleep at their desks without coffee.

But something tells me no coffee is needed to stay awake in an office where people are battling in the hallways all day long...

(YouTube Link)

Apocalatte was created by Luke Smith and a group of third year students at Sheridan College, and it'll make you appreciate how easy it is to get a cuppa joe in your office!


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Surreal Portrait Photography By Konrad Bak

Surrealist art is harder than it looks to create because if the piece is too subtle viewers won't get those magical mystery feels, and if it's too strange viewers will dismiss it as incomprehensible.

So Wroclaw, Poland-based photographer Konrad Bąk has chosen to keep his surreal portraits simple and elegant, with just a hint of the bizarre.

Konrad's beautiful portraits bridge the gap between fashion photography and fine art, and each one tells a tale that's open for interpretation by the viewer:

“In my opinion, the camera lens should express feelings, tell stories,” he says. “In my photographs, I try to capture the fleeting beauty, the mood of the moment. In my images, I try to capture the sensuality of the female body, the uniqueness of feminine beauty, fluctuations in moods, The possibility of showing it all in a durable form is “that something” that drives me to arrange my photoshoots,” says Konrad.

See more Surream And Fine Art Portrait Photography By Konrad Bak here


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The Fifth Element Remix

Eclectic Method turned the 1997 movie The Fifth Element into a song! The French production, filmed in England with American and British actors, was a visual treat, and this remix highlight those spectacular visuals for three minutes of rhythmic weirdness.     

(YouTube link)

I still haven't seen The Fifth Element, but thanks to this, I now know where many of the gifs I've seen around the 'net are from. -via Digg


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A Pickpocket Wrestles With His Inner Demon In "Pinched"

Saying It's easy to get pinched when you ride public transportation in the big city is a true statement no matter how you interpret the word, because there are just as many handsy creepers on the trains as there are thieves.

But in this instance we're talking about pinchers, aka the pickpockets who prey on their fellow riders by letting their sticky fingers loose on a train full of unsuspecting marks.

Those who pinch pretend they don't care about the crimes they commit or the sadness they cause the victims, but they inevitably steal from the wrong person which forces them to take a long, hard look at themselves. (NSFW language and material)

(YouTube Link)

Pinched was created by David Vandervoort and the legendary animation studio Titmouse, it's reminiscent of a Jamie Hewlett drawn Gorillaz video or the great adult animation created by Ralph Bakshi.


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How Would Xenomorphs Wear Hats?

The people of the internet love fighting over stupid things that have no definitive answer, particularly things like if dogs wore pants, how would they wear them? Along the same lines, but even nerdier is the question of if xenomorphs wore hats, how would they wear them? Twitter user Ray :D offers some interesting options in the illustration above, but he does miss the double hat option provided by Nerd Approved:

What do you guys think is the most rational answer (and don't miss the really fancy version at Nerd Approved)?


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The Most Terrible Things Luigi Has Ever Done

Luigi is one half of a team of Super Bros who have made video game history time and time again, and yet everywhere he goes people say "Luigi who?" because Mario has stolen his time in the spotlight.

His permanent number two status has made Luigi feel like an unappreciated guest in Mario's games, and even though Luigi has starred in a few of his own games they didn't sell as well as any game with Mario in it.

So Luigi has become a violent and greedy sociopath, and he will stop at nothing to make Mario pay for overshadowing him.

(YouTube Link)

This video by Looper recounts Luigi's terrible actions and shows why he'll never be a hero like his bro Mario. Poor Luigi never stood a chance...

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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All Back Issues Of OMNI Magazine Now Available Via Amazon

OMNI was a "science and science fiction" magazine consistently ahead of its time, and it featured great stories from Harlan Ellison, William S Burroughs, Joyce Carol Oates, George R. R. Martin and the mighty William Gibson, just to name a few.

And don't get me started on the amazing artwork found inside every issue, like this rare Dune art that reveals Frank Herbert's original vision:

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OMNI was recently available to download for free via archive.org but has since moved to Amazon, where high-resolution issues are sold individually and free to read for Kindle Unlimited subscribers.

Check out all back issues at the OMNI Archive here, and if you have Kindle Unlimited enjoy your trip into sci-fi history! If not let's hope it surfaces for free again soon.

-Via Boing Boing


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The Science Behind Captain America's Electromagnetic Shield

There are many unbelievable things about Captain America's character, but if you can believe there's a metal called Vibranium and a Super Soldier Serum then the electromagnetic action on his shield should be no big deal.

And as you can see in this 60 Seconds Of Science video Captain America's shield and electromagnetic bracer make up one of the most realistic weapon systems in the Marvel Universe.

(YouTube Link)

Ontario Science Centre educator Russell Zeid and engineer James "The Hacksmith" Hobson discuss the real science behind Captain America's electromagnetic shield, and demonstrate how it would look in real life. Only two words to describe it- freakin' cool!

-Via Laughing Squid


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70 People Were Harmed In The Making Of This Film

You know how movies often include a disclaimer in the credits that says "no animals were harmed in the making of this film"?

Well, one film in particular deserves an award for "most people harmed during the making of a film", because by the time the movie was finished a whopping 70 people had been injured or outright mauled during production.

ROAR [Theatrical trailer] In theaters this April! from DRAFTHOUSE FILMS on Vimeo.

"ROAR" stars Tippi Hedren, a young Melanie Griffith and a cast of savage lions, tigers and cheetahs who couldn't help but chew on the cast and crew every chance they got.

In fact, director of photography Jan de Bont is lucky to be alive after he was nearly scalped by a lion, leaving him in need of 120 stitches- which made him the perfect model for the movie poster.

But the maulings didn't stop there, and nobody was safe from the wild cast of critters:

Noel Marshall was bitten many times, often on camera, and hospitalized with gangrene; Hedren suffered a fractured leg wound during a scene with Timbo the elephant. The actress later found black gangrene in that leg as well— discovered while visiting Jerry in the hospital for his leg injury, no less. The list goes on. A horrific injury that Melanie Griffith suffered is even witnessed on-camera, during a scene in which she lay in a lion’s grasp (facial reconstructive surgery proved necessary).

Incidents like these have placed the film in an uneasy category of recognition: some cast and crew speak openly about the struggles on the film, while others, including Griffith, want nothing more to do with it. During filming, it was suggested that, due to Noel’s involvement, the production had been struck by the fabled “Curse of The Exorcist”—the inexplicable downfall of anyone linked to that production.

Read 70 People Were Harmed In The Making Of This Film at Creators


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Batman Vs Drunk Superman

Superman has been drunk on power, high on drugs made specifically for Kryptonians and delirious after a spell was cast on his mind, but his alien metabolism makes it virtually impossible for him to get drunk on Earth booze.

But if he's able to get his hands on some Kryptonian Moonjuice or Martian Ripple he transforms into Drunk Superman- with the power to pee on (and piss off) the Batman faster than a speeding bullet.

(YouTube Link)

Australian visual effects artist Darren Wallace created this silly parody video that shows why we Earthlings need to make sure Supes stays sober- because humans are fragile!

-Via comicbook


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This Pikachu USB Plug is A Little Kinky

On paper, the idea of a Pikachu USB plug that fits into the wall with his ears is a good one, but not when you decide to put the USB port directly across from his ears. No matter which side you look at, there is something not right about this USB plug...

As Nerd Approved points out, that's not the only problem with the plug, there's also the whole being terrible for children thing as it encourages them to put random things in outlets and has very easy-to-swallow ear covers. Sure it may be designed for adults, but there's no denying that the design will appeal to kids who hopefully won't play with it in the wrong way.

You can see more pictures of it on Kotaku


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Game Night At Snake Mountain

Gamers play roleplaying games to become part of the genre stories they love and escape the scary, stressful and painfully mundane nature of life on Earth, if only for a little while.

But how would beings like Skeletor, Mer-Man and Beastman, who live in a world full of magic and wonder, feel about roleplaying games? And what sort of characters would they want to play?

According to this comic by Artist QuadForceFive Skeletor's obsession with He-Man would inevitably make him want to play He-Man- and he would NOT have the power!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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Blind Boy Sends Letter To Nintendo To Thank Them For Game, Gets A Response In Braille

Every fan has their own reason for loving Nintendo, whether it's because of their favorite characters, favorite console games or because their games can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike.

But fifth-grader Hibiki Sakai has an unique reason for enjoying the Nintendo series Rhythm Heaven- he can play the games in the series even though he's blind. 

Hibiki lost his eyesight as a toddler due to a childhood cancer called retinoblastoma, and after the cancer left him blind Hibiki developed a love of rhythm- and he even started playing the drums.

His love of rhythm led Hibiki to play the Rhythm Heaven games, which he could actually play with other kids, and in this way Nintendo changed his life- so he wrote them a letter to thank them.

Here's the translation:

Dear Nintendo,

How do you do. My name is Hibiki Sakai, and I am in 5th grade.

I cannot see with my eyes, but I have always wanted to play games, just like everybody else. There were hardly any games I could play.

The only game I could actually play was "Rhythm Heaven." I was able to enjoy only this game with others, and no one could beat me in this game.

I have perfected the game on Game Boy Advance, Game Boy DS, Wii, and 3DS.

Therefore, I strongly hope you keep making "Rhythm Heaven" going forward. I can handle it, even if you made it a little bit harder!!

I am sure that there are many visually impaired kids besides me who want to but cannot play games.

That is why I hope you develop games that people with physical disabilities can enjoy with other people. I will continue to support Nintendo.

From: Hibiki Sakai

Nintendo showed they genuinely appreciated Hibiki's letter by sending him a letter in return, which was printed in braille and promised they'd "keep doing our best to create games that everyone can have fun with."

Hibiki's dad Kentaro was thrilled by their response:

"As parents, we were truly surprised to get a prompt and sincere response to a letter written by a child. Regardless of whether a new version is released or not, we were very happy that the letter brought hope to Hibiki."

"Hibiki taught us that people are not unfortunate because of their disabilities, rather, the heart that is weakened by the disabilities is unfortunate. By changing his blindness from a fate to a mission, he fights on everyday toward a big goal of becoming a drummer who can bring courage and hope to the world."

-Via BuzzFeed


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How to Make a Geek's Head Explode

Normally, I'm completely against trolling someone just to provoke a reaction, but in this case, it's so extreme and so fictional that I'll let it pass, maybe as an example of what not to do. This isn't even nice. Oh, sure, if the target geek were in on the joke, it would be completely different. It's the latest comic from Zach Weinersmith at Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.


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