the-thought-emporium-imperial:

OPERATION ALIENS was a proposal for an animated series based on the second movie in the Aliens franchise.
The toys made it out into the world, but this concept? Haha, not so much.

the-thought-emporium-imperial:

OPERATION ALIENS was a proposal for an animated series based on the second movie in the Aliens franchise.

The toys made it out into the world, but this concept? Haha, not so much.

pixelclash:

firewolf - Castlevania: Bloodlines (Konami - Genesis - 1994) 

pixelclash:

firewolf - Castlevania: Bloodlines (Konami - Genesis - 1994) 

stopwhitepeopleforever:

SQUARE UP

biruskis:

If the Winter Soldier was responsible for the Kennedy assassination and Magneto tried to STOP the Kennedy assassination then that must mean somehow Magneto lost a fight to a guy wITH AN ENTirE ARm MADE OF METAL

totallynotagentphilcoulson:

sturmtruppen:

tfw no wtsmg (weapon to surpass metal gear)

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titaniiaa:

do candied apples actually taste good? they look pretty delicious but they seem like the kind of thing that looks better then it tastes

That depends. Do you like apples? Because that’s what it is. It’s an apple with some candy on the outside.

This is like “are Tootsie Pops good” well do you like fuckin’ tootsie rolls “No” well then probably not

Something that’s pissing me off lately

People who record “demos” and release them, as “demos,” and say that’s what it is. “Hey, check out my demo.” “Hey, we recorded this demo and put it up on Bandcamp.”

Fuck you. It’s 2014. People make professional sounding shit in their bedrooms on laptops all the damn time. You have no excuse to not release this thing AS A RELEASE. It is a work of art as much as any “finished” album would be.

By releasing your shit as a “demo” what you are literally saying is, “This is unfinished, and it will never be finished unless I am signed to a label and get lots of money.” In 2014, that’s not going to fucking happen. It’s just not. The music business is fucked. The only thing you can do is set out for yourself and do it that way.

By putting it out as a “demo” what you are saying is “this is not worth being called a finished product.” You are devaluing your own work and you are limiting your own fanbase, exposure and potential returns.

The only time I ever say anything is a demo is when it’s a work in progress, and many of my “demos” have what will become the finished guitar or even vocal tracks on them. But I don’t put those out for largely public consumption and I don’t intend for them to be released as a major entity. I make finished works, and I have done so before, and I will again—so there’s no reason to not treat it as such.

Plus, the best way to get somewhere is to act like you’re already there. When you’re putting out finished albums and completed works, suddenly people will just start to give you money for it, because you look legitimate. Because you are legitimate, because there’s no point is putting out a “demo CD” or “demo album” instead of just making the fucking thing.

purplehawke-redshep:

A boss healing himself

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And then having another form

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sturmtruppen:

seeking partners in new stateless military-for-hire venture, applicants must be

  • nuclear
  • wild
  • breaking up inside

thank you for your interests please send all applications to kazmiller69@hotmail.com