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happy 30th birthday, basti 

BIRTHDAY TWIIIIIN

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 Ice Canyon, Greenland

Ice Canyon, Greenland

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futurescope:

Tech United Robo Soccer Team scores in Humans vs Robots Match at RoboCup 2014

Beautifully played.

[via IEEE]

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Zoom vinyloid:

Hall & Oates - I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)

vinyloid:

Hall & Oates - I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)

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Zoom cyberxen:

Solaris Cover by ~gregmks
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My parents are sending me a birthday pizza today.

Finally, after all these years without pizza gifts…

I CAN EAT FREE DELIVERY PIZZA FOR LUNCH

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moon83:

I Like Architecture

by Romain Trystram

romaintrystram.com // Behance

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I just want to have a completely adventurous, passionate, weird life.

— Jeff Buckley, on moving to New York    (via terrible)

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Zoom 
Odessa, Ukraine.

Odessa, Ukraine.

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Zoom cyberpsychic:

petapeta:

30 интересных кадров — Интересное — Релакс!

Summer Storm by julienpons31
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Zoom hte-anesthetic:

You ever listened to vaporwave?  While some say that it’s a mere extension of other joke aesthetics like soft grunge or norm core, it actually has a pretty subversive message and has an almost biter sense of humor.  Macintosh Plus’s hit song, リサフランク420 / 現代のコンピュー, a song so catchy that most people probably don’t even think about what it’s message is.  But it really gets at the heart of what I think the whole genre’s trying to say.  It juxtaposes 1980s earnestness with the distorted version of that earnestness we experience today, and manages to both create a sense of distaste with the modern Digital while being a pretty great tune.  Because it’s not just an earnest love song, it’s an expression of the disenfranchisement that the modern internet user feels vis a vis the Digital!  Hey Paul!

hte-anesthetic:

You ever listened to vaporwave? While some say that it’s a mere extension of other joke aesthetics like soft grunge or norm core, it actually has a pretty subversive message and has an almost biter sense of humor. Macintosh Plus’s hit song, リサフランク420 / 現代のコンピュー, a song so catchy that most people probably don’t even think about what it’s message is. But it really gets at the heart of what I think the whole genre’s trying to say. It juxtaposes 1980s earnestness with the distorted version of that earnestness we experience today, and manages to both create a sense of distaste with the modern Digital while being a pretty great tune. Because it’s not just an earnest love song, it’s an expression of the disenfranchisement that the modern internet user feels vis a vis the Digital! Hey Paul!

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