*muffled sound of Punk Rock*

mostly-jensen:

inspired by (x)

I’ve seen tons of these floating around. This is my favorite one.

me: *playing bioware game*
me: wow im about to enter an important, high-risk, life-or-death battle
me: ...
me: better bring my significant other

candyredterezii:

playing FNAF like

image

Classic Disney Movies
punishedsanguquinno:

ivy and harley - lovey by missveryvery

zaynofthrones:

hp cast + ALS ice bucket challenge

briandonahueart:

Old digital drawings I did based on Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash. From top to bottom, left to right is Hiro Protagonist, Raven, Y.T., Uncle Enzo, Fisheye, L. Bob Rife, and Juanita.

Artwork by Brian J. Smith / Tumblr / RedBubble / Twitter

the-gwendolyn-reading-method:

Hiro from Snow Crash (via Hiro from Snow Crash by ~rubendevela on deviantART)
…People rely on plain old competition. Better flip your burgers or debug you subroutines faster and better than your high school classmate two blocks down the strip is flipping or debugging, because we’re in competition with those guys, and people notice these things. What a fucking rat race that is.
From Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson (via hush-syrup)
All these beefy Caucasians with guns! Get enough of them together, looking for the America they always believed they’d grow up in, and they glom together like overcooked rice, form integral, starchy little units. With their power tools, portable generators, weapons, four-wheel-drive vehicles and personal computers, they are like beavers hyped up on crystal meth, manic engineers without a blueprint, chewing through the wilderness, building things and abandoning them, altering the flow of mighty rivers and then moving on because the place ain’t what it used to be. The byproduct of the lifestyle is polluted rivers, greenhouse effect, spouse abuse, televangelists, and serial killers.
Neal Stephenson, Snow Crash (via itwasabrightcolddayinapril)

Until a man is twenty-five, he still thinks, every so often, that under the right circumstances he could be the baddest motherfucker in the world. If I moved to a martial-arts monastery in China and studied real hard for ten years. If my family was wiped out by Colombian drug dealers and I swore myself to revenge. If I got a fatal disease, had one year to live, devoted it to wiping out street crime. If I just dropped out and devoted my life to being bad.

Hiro used to feel that way, too, but then he ran into Raven. In a way, this is liberating. He no longer has to worry about trying to be the baddest motherfucker in the world. The position is taken. The crowning touch, the one thing that really puts true world-class badmotherfuckerdom totally out of reach, of course, is the hydrogen bomb. If it wasn’t for the hydrogen bomb, a man could still aspire. Maybe find Raven’s Achilles’ heel. Sneak up, get a drop, slip a mickey, pull a fast one. But Raven’s nuclear umbrella kind of puts the world title out of reach.

Which is okay. Sometimes it’s all right just to be a little bad. To know your limitations. Make do with what you’ve got.

(via lokathor)

hadidjah:

I made a few small watercolors for some coworkers the last few weeks.  It was the first time I’ve ever matted paintings, so getting to play with framing was tons of fun, even if I am super clumsy at it.:)

I was also pretty stoked to do a Poison Ivy covered in gross rashes and sprouts, which I’ve been wanting to do for a long time.

In order:

  • Princess Mononoke
  • Y.T. (from Snow Crash, which one person in the entire office got)
  • Poison Ivy
  • Captain Marvel
  • Random Grid girl, because I will never get tired of the Tron look
  • Haruko Haruhara
  • Valkyrie
  • Domino
cyberpsychic:

Snow Crash: Hiro Protagonist by cryoclaire

He turns off the techno-shit in his goggles. All it does is confuse him; he stands there reading statistics about his own death even as it’s happening to him. Very post-modern.”

― Neal Stephenson, Snow Crash

(via tacticalneuralimplant)
If life were a mellow elementary school run by well-meaning education Ph.D.s, his report card would say: ‘Hiro is so bright
and creative but needs to work harder on his cooperation skills.’
From Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson (via hush-syrup)