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February 24 2017

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February 21 2017

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The Morris worm or Internet worm of November 2, 1988 was one of the first computer worms distributed via the Internet. It was written by a student at Cornell University, Robert Tappan Morris, and launched on November 2, 1988 from MIT.

It’s trapped on a floppy tho this is some dark shit it has been denied its purpose forever bound to this obsolete storage

am i glad it’s in there and we’re out here

people reading fantasy novels ask “why did the ancient ones seal the evil away for ten thousand years instead of just killing it” but then we go ahead and do this shit

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February 18 2017

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The most valuable chart…

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yes thanks for colouring it I had a hard time reading that

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June 08 2015

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June 06 2015

15 Photos Taken At Just The Right Moment

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Photography’s artistic and magical nature lies in timing. Along with other elements such as lighting, shadow and angle, luck also plays an important role. Below, we have compiled 15 images that were taken at the perfect time. 

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This whole image is epic. 

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May 20 2015

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May 18 2015

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Ninjas don’t wear black. They used to disguise themselves as civilians. Unlike ninjas in movies, the real guys were smart enough to know that wearing a black outfit with a face mask wasn’t the best strategy for blending in. Source

But this leaves out the really neat part! The reason we equate the above image with a ninja comes from Kabuki theatre. Within Kabuki theatre there’s a convention of having Kuroko (stage hands) dress in all black (with a full face covering) and move around among the costumed actors in full view, moving scenery, props and costumes. In a similar way, Bunraku puppeteers dress in all black, and only the lead puppeteer’s face would be uncovered. The audience knew to ignore these people and focus on the actors, and to only see that the scene was “magically” changing. So when a play called for a ninja assassin to jump out of nowhere and kill someone, the easiest way to create the surprise reveal was to disguise the ninja in the all black garb of the Kuroko and to remove the face covering and start acting at the last second. This would shock the audience, who were conditioned to not focus on them. Pretty cool, yeah?

WHAT THE FUCK I THOUGHT “STAGE NINJA” WAS JUST A CUTE THEATER TERM FOR CREW. THERE WERE LITERALLY GOD DAMN STAGE NINJAS

AS A FORMER STAGE NINJA I CAN CONFIRM THIS IS BOTH A THING AND AWESOME.

This is the best and most delightful piece of information.

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May 17 2015

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Mercury reflecting light (x)

so THAT’S what anime tears are made of

That…that makes a lot of sense now…

Symptoms of Mercury poisoning include:

Greying of the Hair.

Hallucinations.

Bleeding Excessively.

Loss of body hair.

Bulging eyes.

Insomnia and sleeping during the day.

Every anime character actually just has a really REALLY bad case of mercury poisoning and they dont know it!

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May 15 2015

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