Andy listing Seven Wonders of the World

(Source: nicflor)

8th-circuit:

Calling all Geeks!: Write for the internet.
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Currently we’re a small, tight knit group of writers, analysts, bloggers, and fans, but we want to expand that.  Here’s where you come in.  We’re looking for individuals who want to have their geeky voices heard across the internet. 
 
We are currently seeking aspiring writers, podcasters, and video creators who would be interested in contributing to an up-and-coming geek culture outlet. We have our own staff that contributes daily, but we want to open up that platform and give you a chance to shine.
 
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kristaferanka:

so yeah.
as some of you may have seen.
I drew Colbert as the Falcon for his show.

kristaferanka:

so yeah.

as some of you may have seen.

I drew Colbert as the Falcon for his show.

vstahl:

home is where the hurt is.

despondentparamour:

make me choosebuckyremembers → x-men or vs the avengers (+ loki & nick fury)

Best edit I’ve seen in my life.

Transhumanism and Reincarnation in Adventure Time's "Food Chain"

All conceptions of evil and unfairness melt away in the grand scheme, and Finn achieves his enlightened form. Not that the children care—they scoff and go back to their playthings, running obliviously through the tunnels, through the bird’s throat, the decomposing soils …

Check out our recap of Adventure Time’s “Food Chain”!

Illusory Love Healing in Adventure Time's "Breezy"

"Finn was able to feel Breezy’s love because he was extricated from his emotional situation. He was taken out of obligations of accepting someone’s feelings, having to return feelings, having to decide whether they’re feelings for flowers or Finns or whatevs, and so he was able to sense love in a very fundamental way, one which managed to rekindle his childish appetite for life."

Check out our recap of Adventure Time’s “Breezy” via the link above!

Remember Reading Rainbow?
LeLaVar Burton has launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring back the iconic children’s TV show Reading Rainbow as a web series. The new and improved Reading Rainbow will include digital content such as a library of interactive books and video field trips. Burton will also be working on a classroom version that he will provide to schools for free.

Supporting the Kickstarter campaign will net you rewards like Reading Rainbow t-shirts and other swag, and for an extremely generous Star Trek fan, the opportunity to have dinner with Burton and take a photo wearing the original Geordi La Forge visor prop from TNG. The campaign ends on July 2, and has raised well over half of its funding goal already.
Watch the video: http://www.8cn.tv/content/levar-burton-launches-reading-rainbow-kickstarter

Remember Reading Rainbow?

LeLaVar Burton has launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring back the iconic children’s TV show Reading Rainbow as a web series. The new and improved Reading Rainbow will include digital content such as a library of interactive books and video field trips. Burton will also be working on a classroom version that he will provide to schools for free.

Supporting the Kickstarter campaign will net you rewards like Reading Rainbow t-shirts and other swag, and for an extremely generous Star Trek fan, the opportunity to have dinner with Burton and take a photo wearing the original Geordi La Forge visor prop from TNG. The campaign ends on July 2, and has raised well over half of its funding goal already.

Watch the video: http://www.8cn.tv/content/levar-burton-launches-reading-rainbow-kickstarter