reddlr-earthporn:

Glacier National Park, Montana [OC] [1800 x 1215]

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Timestamp: 1410987085

reddlr-earthporn:

Glacier National Park, Montana [OC] [1800 x 1215]

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necrophilofthefuture:

why dream big and get let down when u can aim for mediocrity and achieve it <333

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Timestamp: 1410986638

necrophilofthefuture:

why dream big and get let down when u can aim for mediocrity and achieve it <333

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specialcar:

Dodge D-30 Coronet

Hey I have a two door one of these :)

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Timestamp: 1410986388

specialcar:

Dodge D-30 Coronet

Hey I have a two door one of these :)

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I am the sword in the darkness

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Timestamp: 1410833854

I am the sword in the darkness

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morethananythinginmylife:

Daft Punk’s Original Helmet Sculptures

From Brian Cox, SFX designer:

A couple of interesting things in these original design notes: First, on Thomas’ helmet, you can see there were supposed to be a small set of “UV” meter LEDs on the collar. The mechanical collar idea never made it into the final product, so obviously this feature didn’t either, although the circuit and PCBs were fabricated and stuffed.

Funny but true: the ear piece is actually the bottom of a Pepsi can! Kind of obvious when you see it in the raw clay.

On Guy’s helmet, the original plan called for as many as ten colored segments. But practicality won out and we went with eight, since all our pre-designed chaser circuits were 8-bit.

The notes for Guy’s “UV” meter circuit board and other auxiliary light are nearly exact to the final product, including the “kill these” notes on the hidden LEDs.

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Timestamp: 1410675736

morethananythinginmylife:

Daft Punk’s Original Helmet Sculptures

From Brian Cox, SFX designer:

A couple of interesting things in these original design notes: First, on Thomas’ helmet, you can see there were supposed to be a small set of “UV” meter LEDs on the collar. The mechanical collar idea never made it into the final product, so obviously this feature didn’t either, although the circuit and PCBs were fabricated and stuffed.

Funny but true: the ear piece is actually the bottom of a Pepsi can! Kind of obvious when you see it in the raw clay.

On Guy’s helmet, the original plan called for as many as ten colored segments. But practicality won out and we went with eight, since all our pre-designed chaser circuits were 8-bit.

The notes for Guy’s “UV” meter circuit board and other auxiliary light are nearly exact to the final product, including the “kill these” notes on the hidden LEDs.

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broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:

FOREVER REBLOG.

my god

the Snape one gets me every time.

calmdownhun idk if you’re a Potter fan, but I hope this cheers you up :]

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Timestamp: 1410675609

broken-knees:

people-should-all-be-onions:

iwillmakeitthroughthis:

FOREVER REBLOG.

my god

the Snape one gets me every time.

calmdownhun idk if you’re a Potter fan, but I hope this cheers you up :]

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WOOHOOOOO

Get to travel to our game at Idaho on Monday, United’s gunna win in the morning and I get to see the girlfriend tomorrow!! A great weekend is upon me! ‘Bout freakin’ time!

wnderlst:

Mt. Rundle, Canada | Chris Greenwood
Timestamp: 1410675247

wnderlst:

Mt. Rundle, Canada | Chris Greenwood

vodkaparadis:

i played one of the best soccer games of my life today but im already so fucking sore and i have another game monday fuck

Hydrateeeeeee and stretchhhhh mofuckaaaa

oldtrafford:

no one ever said it would be so hard.

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Timestamp: 1410674958

oldtrafford:

no one ever said it would be so hard.

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