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Posted on 17th Sep at 5:05 PM, with 7 notes

Tagged by: mattspew

Rules: Just insert your answers to the questions below. Tag at least 10  followers (maybe)

Name: Colin
Nickname: hobo
Birthday: January 17
Gender: Male
Sexuality: depraved bisexual
Height: 5’10” ?
Time zone: EST
Time and date: 9/17 5pm
Average hours of sleep: 7-8
OTPs: Smitty x URL, Peach x Bowser
Last thing I googled: ED-E My Love
First word that comes to mind: word
A place that makes you happy: someplace with wifi and a view of woods or water
How many blankets do you sleep with: however many Fran wants
Favorite Beverage: MexiCoke
Last movie seen in the cinemas: Rise of the Galaxy of Guardians
Three things I can’t live without: computer, internet, Excedrin
Something I plan on learning: learn to draw again
A piece of advice for all of my followers: Whatever I do, don’t.
You have to listen to these songs: We Want Our Brothers Back, New Languages
My blog(s): this is the only one

Tagged peeps: woggywoowoo, spazzbot, esuerc, kytri, inevitablesurrender, schalahasfun, pigeonmagician, Michelle Obama, Putin

Posted on 16th Sep at 9:52 PM, with 7 notes

kytri:

I wonder, at what point in a relationship do you link a guy to your tumblr.

Your tumblr where a good third of the posts are about dicks and gay porn, and yet contain no pictures of either, just existential thoughts about them.

Posted on 15th Sep at 7:00 PM, with 884 notes
vgprintads:

"Metal Gear Solid" [PC]
Computer Gaming World, February 2001 (#199)
via CGW Museum
Microsoft brings the blockbuster video game to the PC with added first-person play modes! Why first-person? Because, PC gamers can’t function without it, presumably. 
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vgprintads:

"Metal Gear Solid" [PC]

  • Computer Gaming World, February 2001 (#199)
  • via CGW Museum
  • Microsoft brings the blockbuster video game to the PC with added first-person play modes! Why first-person? Because, PC gamers can’t function without it, presumably. 
Posted on 13th Sep at 7:01 PM, with 291 notes

mysticplaces:

Between the cleft and the lip of the caldera, the whole side of the volcano was carpeted in flowers.  Even in the moonlight he could distinguish those bright colors- violets and blues, dark greens and lavender, bright reds and violent oranges.  He stared, uncomprehending.

It was impossible.

"They’re called ephemerals," Anna said, speaking into that perfect silence. "Their seeds- hundreds of thousands of tiny seeds- lay in the dry earth for years.  And then, when finally the rains come, they blossom.  For a single day- for one single night- they bloom. "

-Atrus and Anna, The Book of Atrus

photography by Guy Tal

Posted on 12th Sep at 9:00 PM, with 10,466 notes
inevitablesurrender:

thug-shinji:

Shinji having fun at the local park

I’ve already watched this for longer than I care to admit.

inevitablesurrender:

thug-shinji:

Shinji having fun at the local park

I’ve already watched this for longer than I care to admit.

Posted on 11th Sep at 9:01 PM, with 193 notes
vgprintads:

"LaserScope"
GamePro, December 1990 (#17)
Scanned by RetroMags
Fire! Fire! Fire! Fuck! Fire! Fuck! Fire!
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vgprintads:

"LaserScope"

Posted on 11th Sep at 7:01 PM, with 16 notes
oneteasytiger:

Valen Noir - by ChillChell
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oneteasytiger:

Valen Noir - by ChillChell

Tagged: #unnf,
Posted on 10th Sep at 7:00 PM, with 139 notes
atlantahistorycenter:

Civil War Hardtack This cracker was a Union soldier’s main ration. Popularly known as “sheet iron crackers,” they were notoriously difficult to bite into and chew. Unlike leavened bread, hardtack was quite durable and would keep for a veeeerrrry long time. This cracker was signed by two soldiers of the Eighth Pennsylvania Infantry and kept as a souvenir of their service.
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atlantahistorycenter:

Civil War Hardtack
This cracker was a Union soldier’s main ration. Popularly known as “sheet iron crackers,” they were notoriously difficult to bite into and chew. Unlike leavened bread, hardtack was quite durable and would keep for a veeeerrrry long time. This cracker was signed by two soldiers of the Eighth Pennsylvania Infantry and kept as a souvenir of their service.

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