Real coffee, from Columbia?


Video

Aug 19, 2014
@ 4:16 pm
Permalink

Zon 261

http://www.zon261.com/en

I’ve been waiting 3 years for this film. Still a year of waiting to go.

It’s like the wait for Duke Nukem Forever all over again.

I’m impatient.


Photo

Aug 12, 2014
@ 1:36 pm
Permalink
78 notes

rorymccann:

The Game of Thrones family got a little smaller today. 

‘Game of Thrones’ actor JJ Murphy dies just four days into filming his role
The Northern Irish actor, 86, had been cast to play Ser Denys Mallister, the oldest member of the Night’s Watch, and showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff says they won’t re-cast the part in honor of Murphy.

Source: 1, 2

…and now his watch has ended.

rorymccann:

The Game of Thrones family got a little smaller today. 

‘Game of Thrones’ actor JJ Murphy dies just four days into filming his role

The Northern Irish actor, 86, had been cast to play Ser Denys Mallister, the oldest member of the Night’s Watch, and showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff says they won’t re-cast the part in honor of Murphy.

Source: 1, 2

…and now his watch has ended.


Text

Aug 6, 2014
@ 2:31 pm
Permalink
3 notes

9 Untitled DC films posted

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - March 25th 2016
Untitled DC Film - August 5th 2016
Untitled DC Film - June 23rd 2017
Untitled DC Film - November 17th 2017
Untitled DC Film - March 23rd 2018
Untitled DC Film - July 27th 2018
Untitled WB Event Film - November 16th 2018
Untitled DC Film - April 5th 2019
Untitled DC Film - June 14th 2019
Untitled DC Film - April 3rd 2020
Untitled DC Film - June 19th 2020
Untitled WB Event Film - November 20th 2020

I don’t have much faith in DC…but one of these better feature a certain Czarnian.

(Source: boxofficemojo.com)


Photoset

Aug 6, 2014
@ 10:02 am
Permalink
2 notes

Setting up the new Foursquare. Waaaangs!!

I like the new icon too.

Not sure I like two separate apps.


Photo

Aug 2, 2014
@ 7:05 pm
Permalink
1 note

Lion-O Richie

I need more of these. LOL

Lion-O Richie

I need more of these. LOL


Photo

Aug 1, 2014
@ 3:06 pm
Permalink
3 notes

Roku took my last HDMI port. First world problems.

Roku took my last HDMI port. First world problems.


Photo

Jul 28, 2014
@ 2:58 pm
Permalink
1 note

Hearst Castle on Flickr.
Though technically it’s just Hearst’s ranch house as he owned St Donat’s Castle which is a REAL medieval castle in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, overlooking the Bristol Channel in the village of St Donat’s near Llantwit Major, and about 25 km west of Cardiff. “After seeing photographs of the castle in Country Life magazine, the newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst bought it in 1925. Hearst spent a fortune renovating and revitalizing the castle, bringing electricity not only to his residence but also to the surrounding area. The locals enjoyed having Hearst in residence at the castle; he paid his employees very well, and his arrivals always created a big stir in a community not used to American excesses. Hearst spent much of his time entertaining influential people at his estates. He is renowned for holding lavish parties at St Donat’s; guests included Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, and a young John F. Kennedy. Upon visiting St Donat’s, George Bernard Shaw was quoted as saying: “This is what God would have built if he had had the money.” Hearst’s newspaper empire fell on hard times in the later 1930s; the castle was put up for sale but requisitioned for use by British and American troops during the war. Hearst died in 1951 and the castle was bought in 1962 by Monsieur Antonin Besse II (1927 - ), son of the late Sir Antonin Besse (1877–1951), and given to the Governing Body of Atlantic College. Monsieur Antonin Besse II is a patron and honorary vice president of the United World Colleges.”

Hearst Castle on Flickr.

Though technically it’s just Hearst’s ranch house as he owned St Donat’s Castle which is a REAL medieval castle in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, overlooking the Bristol Channel in the village of St Donat’s near Llantwit Major, and about 25 km west of Cardiff.

“After seeing photographs of the castle in Country Life magazine, the newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst bought it in 1925. Hearst spent a fortune renovating and revitalizing the castle, bringing electricity not only to his residence but also to the surrounding area. The locals enjoyed having Hearst in residence at the castle; he paid his employees very well, and his arrivals always created a big stir in a community not used to American excesses. Hearst spent much of his time entertaining influential people at his estates. He is renowned for holding lavish parties at St Donat’s; guests included Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, and a young John F. Kennedy. Upon visiting St Donat’s, George Bernard Shaw was quoted as saying: “This is what God would have built if he had had the money.”

Hearst’s newspaper empire fell on hard times in the later 1930s; the castle was put up for sale but requisitioned for use by British and American troops during the war. Hearst died in 1951 and the castle was bought in 1962 by Monsieur Antonin Besse II (1927 - ), son of the late Sir Antonin Besse (1877–1951), and given to the Governing Body of Atlantic College. Monsieur Antonin Besse II is a patron and honorary vice president of the United World Colleges.”


Video

Jul 24, 2014
@ 7:38 pm
Permalink
5 notes

the-richie:

funkertosh:

Alien: Isolation Trailer: The Cast of Alien

The real question is: Can I be Brett?

*sad trombone*

"Taking place moments after the death of Brett, it sees players assuming the role of Ripley, Dallas or Parker, as the crew of the Nostromo attempt to flush the alien from the air vents and into the ship’s airlock."

(Source: youtube.com)


Video

Jul 24, 2014
@ 2:25 pm
Permalink
5 notes

Alien: Isolation Trailer: The Cast of Alien

(Source: youtube.com)


Text

Jul 13, 2014
@ 3:00 pm
Permalink
2 notes

Messi held that Golden Ball trophy like it was a MTG common.