Monthly Archives: February 2013

Day Z – Server

Looks like the Day Z Server has been leaked/released onto the internet via some torrent trackers. I wonder how long until we see some private servers pop up?

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True Facts About The Mantis

If you asked a fourteen year old boy who happened to be a sexual deviant with a violent streak to draw you the perfect animal … Classic!! sorry guys no laser beams

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Claymation dies – HARD

John McClay blows up everything in sight in Lee Hardcastle’s claymation tribute to the Die Hard franchise. Yippee ki yay mother Russia. Just in case some of you are wondering why there are Tetris blocks in the fan made awesomeness … Continue reading

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Canadian Parliament Debates Zombie Apocalypse

When the Minster of Foreign Affairs was challenged by Parliament Member Pat Martin on his preparedness for the zombie apocalypse, he assured the House of Commons that “under the leadership of this Prime Minister, Canada will never become a save … Continue reading

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Hoth Diorama – badass star wars fan

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Blow Jobs

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August sings Carmen ‘Habanera’

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Rappin’ for Jesus – Jesus is my nigga !

The christian truth…. uhm sure.

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Sound and Vision by Beck

put on your headphones and have a listen. It’s worth it.   With the help of 167 musicians playing anything from the guitar to the harp and 360-degree cameras, Beck delivers the gift of sound and vision during his reimagined … Continue reading

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Home Office of 2001

The home office of the future.

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