Ararat anomaly →
bestofwikipedia: The Ararat anomaly is an object appearing on photographs of the snowfields near the summit of Mount Ararat, Turkey (historical Western Armenia) and advanced by some Christian believers as the remains of Noah’s Ark. (via sleevia)
Dark Silence In Suburbia: Fear, a poem by Raymond... →
darksilenceinsuburbia: Fear of seeing a police car pull into the drive. Fear of falling asleep at night. Fear of not falling asleep. Fear of the past rising up. Fear of the present taking flight. Fear of the telephone that rings in the dead of night. Fear of electrical storms. Fear of the cleaning woman who has…
GO TEAM VENTURE!
jamesurbaniak: Dudes: (At least) two more seasons of Venture Brothers and a couple of specials as well. Jackson Publick has the scoop. Awesome. I love this show, but somewhere between seasons 3 and 4.5 I stopped watching. Must have been that whole college bullshit. After seeing season 4, the show has only gotten more insane and absurd, much like season 3 of Arrested Development, just being...
EXPERT SCREENWRITING ADVICE
chriscantwell: 1.) Is your protagonist nice? If he were to give a Christmas gift, would it be a thoughtful one? Lord knows we only want to watch people who are really nice to everyone. Oh wait, I fell into such a deep sleep of boredom in the middle of typing that that I pissed my pants.
Eyjafjallajökull Volcano Photo, Iceland Wallpaper... →
Thinking about the immortality of the crab →
bestofwikipedia: Thinking about the immortality of the crab (Spanish: Pensar en la inmortalidad del cangrejo) is a Spanish idiom about daydreaming. The term is usually a humorous reference that one was not sitting idly, but was engaged constructively in contemplation or letting his mind wander. (via sleevia)