Pirates vs. Ninjas: The Blogventure
baptisms:

i still can’t believe jimmy neutron was a real show that aired three seasons and was an oscar niminated movie

My 3-D modeling teacher was one of the set managers on the show. It’s even more bizarre and miraculous when you know some of the behind the scenes stuff like how much time each episode had in production (about 2 weeks) and Nickelodeon’s master plan of having them make 100 episodes AHEAD of time and airing the show in fake syndication for most of its entire run. It was kinda a miracle the show happened at all.
Also, fun side note, said modelling professor did some freelancing for Terminator Salvation. So, you know, tonal shifts.

baptisms:

i still can’t believe jimmy neutron was a real show that aired three seasons and was an oscar niminated movie

My 3-D modeling teacher was one of the set managers on the show. It’s even more bizarre and miraculous when you know some of the behind the scenes stuff like how much time each episode had in production (about 2 weeks) and Nickelodeon’s master plan of having them make 100 episodes AHEAD of time and airing the show in fake syndication for most of its entire run. It was kinda a miracle the show happened at all.

Also, fun side note, said modelling professor did some freelancing for Terminator Salvation. So, you know, tonal shifts.

Hello?

Is this thing still on?


Cramble?

Cramble?

immibbs:

who actually watches the “X reacts to Y” videos. They always have like several million views. like, is it aliens? is it the normal human men trying to discern human reactions? i just dont understand. 

From a mathematical standpoint, the answer is pretty easy. A few million people adds up to like… .05% of the world. It just happens that this demographic has a much higher unity of taste than most other sub-cultures. So, it gives the illusion of being the majority by merit of being the largest slice of a bunch of very small slices of the pie.

From a non-mathematical standpoint, the answer is 11 year-old boys, bored college students, and stay at home parents.

Part of me hopes that if we ever get to a part about Kiyoshi and Takeshi’s band that it turns out that they basically do music like this.

yourkickstartersucks:


Squbo is a Personal Technology Project by Robin Stevens who is a Human Being living on Planet Earth in the 21st Century for the Idea, Design & Development of a Website that is Fun, Quick & Easy to use with Systems, Controls & Settings that is Responsive, Dynamic & Compatible for all Contents, Styles & Tools providing an Amazing User Experience

From what I can tell Squbo is supposed to be a search engine where the results come up as pictures instead of titles and URLs, which seems decidedly unhelpful since you have to mouse-over each one to see what website it represents. The prototype site doesn’t even work


Yeesh. Is this a search engine for my grandparents and other non-tech-savvy people (Not to discourage other people’s grandparents. I legitimately have a pair of grandparents that, for a number of years, thought my electrical engineer father fixed toasters for a living)?
"Oh. I saw this lovely web place the other day? What was it called? Oh… It was the site with all the pictures of cats dressed up as famous historical figures. Is there some way we can find it based on that?"

yourkickstartersucks:

Squbo is a Personal Technology Project by Robin Stevens who is a Human Being living on Planet Earth in the 21st Century for the Idea, Design & Development of a Website that is Fun, Quick & Easy to use with Systems, Controls & Settings that is Responsive, Dynamic & Compatible for all Contents, Styles & Tools providing an Amazing User Experience

From what I can tell Squbo is supposed to be a search engine where the results come up as pictures instead of titles and URLs, which seems decidedly unhelpful since you have to mouse-over each one to see what website it represents. The prototype site doesn’t even work

Yeesh. Is this a search engine for my grandparents and other non-tech-savvy people (Not to discourage other people’s grandparents. I legitimately have a pair of grandparents that, for a number of years, thought my electrical engineer father fixed toasters for a living)?

"Oh. I saw this lovely web place the other day? What was it called? Oh… It was the site with all the pictures of cats dressed up as famous historical figures. Is there some way we can find it based on that?"

Sega Sound Team - Super Mario World Theme
32,821 plays

nasnumbers:

tmcb:

THIS HAS NO BUSINESS BEING SO CUTE

can they just let sega do a mario game already or at least a mario and sonic crossover thats like actually like a mario or sonic game (and not like the olympic games thing). first the remix of bowser’s road they did and now this, they are going to kill me

Sure…

As soon as Sonic Team makes 2 really good sonic games in a row again.

[Bolton voice] Hey, ever notice how our banners have a flayed man in them? …Are we the baddies?

mamylon:

The best thing about this is that “Bolton voice” is canonically super quiet and you can barely hear it and have to like lean in

arsenicnog:

I still have trouble believing this anime was real sometimes.

Why’d you pick one of the tamer clips from G Gundam?

hokeyfright:

"In Generation III, if two Wobbuffet with Leftovers are facing each other in a Single Battle, the battle will become endless as all of Wobbuffet’s moves do not directly damage the opponent, and the player cannot switch to their other Pokémon due to Shadow Tag. Even if the Wobbuffet use Struggle, the damage will be healed quickly by Leftovers. Shadow Tag and Struggle were both changed in Generation IV, likely as a direct response to this scenario."

Fun Fact: This is also why Wobbuffet is the only non-legendary pokemon to be flat-out banned from any form of Pokemon tournament. Although, the part about being a nigh impenetrable wall of instant double damage counters didn’t help much either.