Our very own Lenore starred and produced visual effects (such a talent) for a feature film that has turned into a major international genre film festival hit titled NEIL STRYKER AND THE TYRANT OF TIME!
The film is a light-hearted, 97-minute, sci-fi, action-adventure-comedy that has been described as kind of DR. WHO meets BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA with a LABYRINTH flare. Perhaps a little...
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pablowankenobi:
Is sounds awesome! Congrats!
loucian:
Very cool! I may check it out after work tonight.

Hey guys!

This is my first ever blog homework, and I got super excited when I saw this title.

If I could meet anyone it would hands down be Otep Shamaya.

She is the vocalist of Otep and has been a big influence in my life since I was 16.

I don't even think I could muster up the words to ask her something
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silliness

Silliness, randomness, drunkenness, attention-whoring, entire threads devoted to pictures of kittens. It's all in here. For when you have nothing to say but just can't stop posting.

Hell yeah I wanted the Geekology book too! When I signed up for membership the offer to get the book at a discount got me and I'm super excited that it came in today! I kinda wish it had a table of contents so I could look up specific models but at the same time having to go through it 1 page at a...
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zeke640:
Thanks for all the likes and comments! And thanks to the staff who picked my blog post for the front page! This completely made my day!Β 
elaena:
Awesome! ;)
rambo

General discussion.

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dwestfan13:

Dead thread, but, uh, LeBron is really good. I've been a diehard C's fan for my whole life and this week was pretty damn awesome between the clutch Game 7 win and then winning the lottery (thanks again, Brooklyn!) but ugh, last night's game was a major wakeup call. My hopes weren't exactly high to begin with but that was brutal. Now I'm just looking for them to not get swept.

quietpunkriot:
Lovely πŸ’™πŸ˜»πŸ˜˜

Hello there

Blog Post by asteria

I've been very inactive on the site and I'm sorry for that. I've been trying to adjust to some bumps in the road of my life and now it's getting more difficult. I've done good things for myself lately and I'm proud of that but sometimes I'm just not emotionally or mentally strong enough to keep my head...
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shines:
Sending positive thoughts your way. Love the photo.
blader69:
Hope life will get better in the next time. Stay strong and there is always a light at the end. I had that from Jan.-March my company where i worked for four years fired me, because we lost a big client and I was the key account manager for this company. Now I work as a freelancer for a nicee small event.

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A group for Suicide Girls that cam on MyFreeCams.com and their supporters! :)

Hi guys what's up?

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I have been writing for a long time, this last time I have been up to date with photography, patreon, suicidegirls, and I see that it has given a very good result !!, from what I see. Hahahah

In my personal life now I am working for my degree examination and already at last being someone professional.

I have many projects aside from my other life...
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pwnchstr:
de nada
shines:
Love your words. Nice catching up. Your new set is so very special. Beautiful.
teevalley

I went to see The Interrupters tonight in Melbourne and they were AWESOME. That got me thinking top 5 bands I've seen and The Interrupters, Soundgarden, D.R.I. and The Ramones didn't quite make it. So having said that, here we go........

#1 Suicidal Tendencies 1993

#2 ...

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xerosix:

5. Nightwish/Lullacry - Graceland, Seattle Tarja's voice gave me goosebumps..

4. Opeth/Lacuna Coil - Graceland Seattle. Got to hang out on the tour bus with Lacuna for a bit before the show. Nicest people ever.. Both bands were amazing.

3. Gojira/Devin Townsend Vancouver. Devins home town. Gojira flat out destroyed the place. One of the best live bands i have ever seen..

2. Strapping Young Lad/Mesuggah. Commodore Vancouver. Holly $#!+ this show ripped my face off and threw it back at me.......

1. Ozzfest 99. UBC Vancouver. Black Sabbath, Slayer, Slipknot, Rob Zombie, Static X, Fear Factory, Deftones, Primus, System of a Down, +more, I was really really high that day lol..

..Honorable mentions to: Type O Negative, The Misfits, Metallica, Snoop Dogg, Willie Nelson (I don't even like country but great show)

punkboy74:

It's so hard to pick five. Ask me tomorrow and 3-5 might change.

1. Patti Smith, St. Andrews Hall Detroit (1999) Definitely number one. This was her first show back in Detroit proper after her husband and brother died. She was raw and emotional and furious, all blood and snot and spit. Everything rock and roll should be.

2. The Rolling Stones, Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia (2013) My one and only time seeing the Stones, so I spent an unholy amount of money to be right down front. A surreal experience.
3. The Stooges, Michigan Theatre Ann Arbor (2011) A somber occasion as this was the Ron Asheton tribute show, but it was a hell of a performance. I was lucky to be down front for a hometown gig.
4. Dead Boys/Stimulators/Anti-Nowhere League/Nihlistics, CBGB New York (2005) The only time I got to go to CBGB was for one of the benefit shows to keep it open. All the performances were great, and it was cool to be in such a legendary room.
5. Jerry Lee Lewis, Brady Theater, Tulsa (2007) Jerry Lee was already showing his age (and hard living) ten years ago, but this was still an amazing show. His playing is otherworldly, and I can only imagine what a force he was in his prime.