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gutsanduppercuts:

A tale of two tragedies - Bruce Lee and Sharon Tate.

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killscreen:

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thebristolboard:

Cycle of the Werewolf original book cover illustration by Bernie Wrightson, published by Land of Enchantment, 1983. 

I sat and read this book in the grocery store when I was 12 years old.

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brianjsmithart:

The Fresh Prince of Darkness by Brian J. Smith
Lyrics by Bath Sabbath

Now, this is a story all about how
My life got flipped-turned upside down
And I’d like to take a minute
I’ve got a tale to tell
About how I became the prince of a place called Hell

In the celestial heavens born and raised
At the right hand of God I spent most of my days
Chillin’ out maxin’ relaxin’ all cool
Til I got pissed at dad and challenged his rule
He created mankind they were up to no good
Started making trouble in my neighborhood
Got in one little fight and from heaven I fell
Dad said you’re going down son to the ninth circle of hell

Shirts available on my Redbubble page!

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USA TODAY: Deadly shooting was over Alabama loss

From USA TODAY Deadly shooting was over Alabama loss A woman was charged with killing a fellow Alabama fan after the Iron Bowl. USA TODAY on your mobile device: http://www.usatoday.com/mobile-apps

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When you work an insane number of hours, you’re going to get fatigued—for your neurons can only handle so much effort until they get worn out.

What’s happening here? Psychologists call it decision fatigue: the phenomenon where the more decisions you make, the worse at deciding you get. It’s part of the reason why judges give harsher rulings late in the day and hiring managers prefer the people they interview in the morning. Additionally, if you’re tired, you’re more likely to make unethical decisions—which suck and are to be avoided.

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mattfractionblog:

In the last two shoots and fifteen seconds of Hal Needham’s HOOPER, Burt Reynolds mugs to camera not once, not twice, but THREE times.

Also:

Hooper was also one of the first movies to make use of the blooper reel credit crawl. The technique, originated by Needham,[citation needed] showed a smaller screen of outtakes from the film to one side while the film’s credits scroll slowly up the other side. Needham refined this technique for later films such as Smokey and the Bandit II and the Cannonball Run movies. (In Hooper the credit reel was mostly a montage of many of the stunts performed in the movie itself, owing to the film’s tribute to the stunt industry.) It was later adapted into other films, including the CGI animated Toy Story 2 and A Bug’s Life, for which the bloopers were intentionally created, and in TV series including The Fresh Prince of Bel-Airand Home Improvement. Most of Jackie Chan's films also feature blooper reel credit crawls, due to his experience in The Cannonball Run.

Goodnight, Hal. You were a goddamn legend.

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lazymercenary:

Hey kids, bounce & bend inside Evil Grimace’s skeletal remains!

ahhhhhh remember these holy shit

this hurts my brain and a little bit of my heart.

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