#Inktoberday29 (Sephiroth/ Final Fantasy 7). Image 29 in my tribute to retro and indie games. Traditional ink and pencil, compiled and color graded digitally with minor tweaks and cleanup. #inktober2019 #inkdrawing #inktober #pencildrawing #Sephiroth #Finalfantasy7 #handdrawn pic.twitter.com/pNEY6lRlzI— Geirrod Van Dyke (@GeirrodVanDyke) October 31, 2019
Thursday, October 31, 2019
ah, halloween in new york pic.twitter.com/tUVsXC9UR2— molly taft (@mollytaft) October 30, 2019
These people do this setup every year, and I think we should recognize what legitimately terrifying decorations these are. pic.twitter.com/YfDiTFklxd— Elizabeth Minkel (@elizabethminkel) October 30, 2019
Just vibing with my son pic.twitter.com/zMrje20c4g— Hannah Mamalis (@Hantmam) October 26, 2019
guess who carved pumpkins today pic.twitter.com/HEsaIkukNZ— donald (@donalddangg) October 26, 2019
Fragment of a Chinese bronze mirror unearthed in Kyrgyzstan, with interweaving lines of a poem by an unknown Tang dynasty lady https://t.co/RLqj9hZje7 pic.twitter.com/VHBsvdvT5G— Andrew West 魏安 (@BabelStone) March 28, 2019
Did you know there's armor from West Asia that had hundreds or thousands of the links engraved with protective Quranic verses or prayers? Here's an example in the Royal Armouries at Leeds, 15th century Turkeyhttps://t.co/24iUZO5Vgs pic.twitter.com/yihkjSiiOu— ترکتازی (@PasturesPolitic) October 13, 2019
The mail is dead. Postal workers in the 1800s used handstamps to cancel postage and make sure stamps were only used once. Marks ranged from circles, lines and dates to handmade miniature works of art. This one in our @PostalMuseum was shaped from lead. #MuseumTrickOrTreat pic.twitter.com/M2yeuIuHGe— Smithsonian (@smithsonian) October 31, 2019
*More adventuring equipment.
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
A solution! People who live in India don’t celebrate Christmas *and* some of them can read English-language websites. So we were told to crank out a series of stories targeting that theoretical audience.— Peter Kafka (@pkafka) October 30, 2019
So here’s an early Merry Christmas and good luck to the remaining Gizmodo staff. And if you guys are looking for some nice places to visit at the end of the year, this may be helpful: https://t.co/dgMTVpoaFm— Peter Kafka (@pkafka) October 30, 2019
Labels: the algorithm
"Results of the 2019 NAEP, also known as the Nation's Report Card, showed elementary and middle school students scored worse in reading than they did two years ago"
The gap between the most- and least-competent students got bigger.
"Compared to a decade ago, we see that lower-achieving students made score declines in all of the assessments, while higher-performing students made score gains," Carr said.
"The Denver Post announced today it has partnered with Data Skrive to provide Colorado high school football fanatics with automated game recaps"
"With economical automation conducting the heavy lifting, The Denver Post can keep more revenue in its coffers to hire new journalists, retain those on staff and assign them to cover the value-added stories they previously lacked time to complete."
Last Friday, the winners of the 32nd annual competition—which some call The Oscars of cheese—were announced in Bergamo, Italy. More than 3,800 cheeses from 42 countries on six continents were entered, and after three rounds of judging, the Rogue River Blue from Rogue Creamery in Central Point, Oregon was named the World Champion cheese.
only one French cheese placed in the top 16
Ah yes (in worst French accent possible) cock’d asses pic.twitter.com/Z7etNPv68F— chris person (@Papapishu) October 30, 2019
Just wait. JUST WAIT for the gorgeous little chicken hoop jump at the end. Please share the joy! pic.twitter.com/CohNcC0KfR— ChickenGuard™ (@ChickenGuards) October 29, 2019
What y’all wearing to the Popeyes chicken sandwich release?— $ (@sydaIexis) October 29, 2019
this is where one might say “same” pic.twitter.com/AjhHwlsnvN— Sarah Holder (@sarahsholder) October 29, 2019
Gotta give Eriksson-Ek 2 for flinching 😹 pic.twitter.com/feBV6XQ351— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) October 30, 2019
Gotta name all those shades of paint somehow. pic.twitter.com/BRGlK2PUY7— Jim Rossignol (@jimrossignol) October 30, 2019
Only Millennials could ruin "OK Boomer" in 24 hours, like a swarm of locusts, on to the next field. Gotta respect it.— willy 💧♍ 🛵 (@willystaley) October 30, 2019
my life may be an absolute mess but at least i don’t have a nicotine addiction from a flash drive— mo (@moprob1ems) October 30, 2019
If we’re not supposed to lean against the door then why show us a drawing of how cool it looks to do it pic.twitter.com/mD4uredfK5— Hannah Sayle (@saylehan) October 30, 2019
Overestimates his height a little. pic.twitter.com/h9KxO22DKz— jamie (@gnuman1979) October 30, 2019
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What a difference Museum Signage can make #musesocial https://t.co/NMYI1px60X pic.twitter.com/yimufB10PI— Mwahaha Dixon 🎃(Been called worse) (@MarDixon) October 25, 2019
I’m at a Buffalo Wild Wings in California to watch football, and it’s the weirdest sports viewing experience of my life. Grown men showing up at 10 am in Josh Allen and Sam Darnold jerseys to drink beer and get frustrated.— Matt Fuller (@MEPFuller) October 27, 2019
out of boredom i decided to scan a stuffed shark. here are the results. pic.twitter.com/QGGujkp0vC— siew is kinda ia (@stabbyloki) December 16, 2018
iPhone’s wide angle lens is too powerful pic.twitter.com/ZnPNsJoil8— olivia 🍂 (@olivinoel) October 25, 2019
I have never seen a longer Halloween in my life.— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) October 27, 2019
playing with our local foxes pic.twitter.com/FV7iTmegiD— flacs (@f1ac5) October 25, 2019
Babies don’t even know how to kiss you they just... pic.twitter.com/st3i1hqrna— Saima (@18xsaima) October 28, 2019
Star Trek: The Next Generation is set in a utopian and egalitarian distant future. Nonetheless its redshirt/blue shirt/yellow shirt crew designations echo ancient Earth's Indo-European patterns of classifying society into ruling/priestly/producing classes. In this essay I will— Dr Sarah Taber (@SarahTaber_bww) October 23, 2019
Me: people from overseas are always obsessed with Australia's native fauna but really we're a highly urbanised--— Lili Wilkinson (@twitofalili) October 28, 2019
My dad: last night a koala tried to climb in through the dog door. pic.twitter.com/5VZb7LDwW3
So my dog know he not supposed to be on my bed but he sneak on it and does this 😡😡😡 pic.twitter.com/NrpQzYvocm— Mikeabetes 🥴 (@Mikeyrockss_) October 13, 2019
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Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players will no longer be able to trade container keys between accounts because the trade was part of a massive worldwide fraud network. Players earned cases in Counter-Strike containing weapons and cosmetic upgrades, but had to purchase the keys to open the boxes. Developer Valve runs an internal marketplace on Steam where it allowed players to trade the boxes and the keys. Valve patched the game on October 28 and explained the problem in its patch notes.
“In the past, most key trades we observed were between legitimate customers,” the statement said. “However, worldwide fraud networks have recently shifted to using CS:GO keys to liquidate their gains. At this point, nearly all key purchases that end up being traded or sold on the marketplace are believed to be fraud-sourced.”
I didn’t know how much I needed this pic.twitter.com/T0LVS2JiY2— Vanessinator 🤖 (@ilovejohnkimble) October 29, 2019
Here's how it starts:
In Robert Sheckley’s 1978 short story “Is That What People Do?,” a man named Eddie Quintero buys himself a pair of binoculars from an army and navy surplus outlet, “because with them he hoped to see some things that he otherwise would never see. Specifically, he hoped to see girls undressing at the Chauvin Arms across the street from his furnished room”—but he was also “looking for that moment of vision, of total attention.” Since this is a science fiction story, Quintero accidentally ends up with a pair marked “Experimental. Not to Be Removed from the Testing Room.”
The binoculars turn out to have a fabulous capacity not only for seeing through walls but also for diminishing the distance between Quintero and those he would spy on. When he peers through the experimental device just so—an effort of contorting his body into increasingly bizarre positions—Quintero is suddenly granted visions of other human beings, behind closed doors, doing “what people do.” Which turns out to be, well, weird shit. The least disturbing of what Quintero surveils is what’s now called cosplay; the most extreme consists of giddy ritual murder, and of the deliberate calling-forth of a Satanic, sexually violent “smoke-demon.” On the last page, Sheckley’s parable attains an existentialist clarity: the binoculars grant a vision of a shabby, middle-aged man in a dreary room, standing on his head, with a pair of binoculars awkwardly wedged against his face. Quintero recognizes himself:
He realized that he was only another performer in humanity’s great circus, and he had just done one of his acts, just like the others. But who was watching? Who was the real observer?
He turned the binoculars around and looked through the object-lenses. He saw a pair of eyes, and he thought they were his own—until one of them slowly winked at him.
Edward Snowden, late in the pages of his memoir, Permanent Record, describes his sensation at being personally introduced to XKEYSCORE, the NSA’s ultimate tool of intimate, individual electronic surveillance.
"The Eastman School of Music plans to go ahead with an upcoming scheduled eight-city orchestral tour of China, despite that country’s denial of visas to three members of the orchestra who are South Korean nationals"
Rochester City Newspaper:
“Cancelling would likely have a negative impact on Eastman’s reputation within China, and potentially limit other opportunities to recruit, perform, and tour for our faculty and other ensembles,” he wrote.
The school was notified in late September by tour affiliates in China that the three students had effectively been banned. Rossi explained in his letter that China blocked the students in retaliation to the United States deploying a missile defense in South Korea in 2016.
Clever visual trick in The Wizard of Oz; The Lighthouse is supposed to look like that; What We Do In The Shadows fan art
Can we talk about this shot real quick? It’s filmed entirely in color. They literally painted the room sepia and had a stand-in open the door wearing a Sepia dress, with the real Judy standing right off camera in a blue dress to take her place when we officially enter Oz 🤯 pic.twitter.com/6YOnJNqYpL— 🔪𝕽𝖆𝖈𝖍𝖊𝖑🎃𝕶𝖎𝖑𝖑𝖊𝖗🔪 (@Medievalizzy) October 28, 2019
but please do not actually see an associate thank you pic.twitter.com/pd9CntuBVC— T H E VV O R S T (@MilfParade) October 26, 2019
Flatball 2019 No.01 (2019)— 鮫島大輔/DaisukeSamejima (@samejimadaisuke) October 27, 2019
Acrylic paint,acrylic resin
手で回転させる動画も撮ってみました。#鮫島大輔 #daisukesamejima #art #artist #contemporaryart #contemporarypainting #landscapepainting #painting #sphere #visualart #絵画 #アート #現代アート #現代美術 pic.twitter.com/z5npnkfsq2
《髙荷義之》 pic.twitter.com/eUhyuBNWnk— BON (@1632bdkrst) March 18, 2019
Monday, October 28, 2019
my little toad, toadbert, in his wizard halloween costume pic.twitter.com/9CaKd750r6— A happier day (@AHappierDay) October 25, 2019
Twitter is like reading all of the voices Professor X can hear— Demon Chris (@chrislockeworld) October 24, 2019
Kanye is really like other middle/old men who find God later in his life, in that he suddenly develops a preoccupation with premarital sex as a focal point of his faith, while also justifying why he should get to keep private property— huwussein kesvani (@HKesvani) October 26, 2019
So how’s rehab going Bootsy? Great, great. pic.twitter.com/MMNWjLPpPn— jamie (@gnuman1979) October 23, 2019
A update on Cinderblock she finally walking pic.twitter.com/P6VsrKKd4L— Oregon I.T. Not IT⚾ (@OregonProgress) October 26, 2019
Why stop at weighted blankets? Put a boulder on me.— NosferaPru (@prufrockluvsong) May 29, 2019
I can't even tell you how badly I want to see Jane Fonda's text history each week as she invites various leading gentlemen to come get arrested with her— Kathryn VanArendonk (@kvanaren) October 25, 2019
Greatest achievement in human history? Possibly. pic.twitter.com/G1IFxr212D— Trey Kamberling (@TreyKamberling) October 25, 2019
Me when I see my editor in the google doc pic.twitter.com/2bcW96r2Ld— De Elizabeth (@deelizabeth_) October 25, 2019
She found a leaf and won’t stop showing it to people 🍁 pic.twitter.com/lDsCZkvWcJ— Holly Nielsen (@nielsen_holly) October 25, 2019
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Sunday, October 27, 2019
From this year's show:
From last year:
Assistant to a photographer taking kids photos. https://t.co/Ont9H5wSDo— Mulboyne (@Mulboyne) October 27, 2019
From last year:
Just catching up on the 地味なハロウィン ("sober Halloween") event, where flashy fancy dress is banned, in favour of everyday cosplay. This girl has come as the kind of model you see on cheap Korean fashion mail order sites. https://t.co/TzzJrjF4hF pic.twitter.com/6VuJKndunL— Mulboyne (@Mulboyne) November 3, 2018
The X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle breaks record with 780 days in orbit after landing at @NASAKennedy's Shuttle Landing Facility at 3:51 a.m.— U.S. Air Force (@usairforce) October 27, 2019
Learn more about its record breaking mission here: https://t.co/q3zs27xc9q pic.twitter.com/TaKWZuDClq
The US Air Force says its secretive X-37B mini-shuttle returned this morning from a record-breaking 780 days in space. It touched down in darkness at the Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility at 3:51am EDT (0751 GMT). pic.twitter.com/WKFVmAe5no— Spaceflight Now (@SpaceflightNow) October 27, 2019
sweet my long furby is here pic.twitter.com/QnKGjo7g6u— Paul Curry (@cr3) October 8, 2019
Grim news for those of us who write for a living pic.twitter.com/62YD53bo13— Sam Mintz (@samjmintz) October 23, 2019
for $5 i will write "yikes" under one of your ex's selfies— GARNICA (@IsaiahGarnica) October 15, 2019
okay, the requests are coming in.— GARNICA (@IsaiahGarnica) October 16, 2019
plz *specify* which selfie. otherwise, I will choose their most recent.
if they have no selfies (trash) I will pick a photo where they seem too pleased with themselves.
psychologists dont want you to know this video is the cure for depression pic.twitter.com/JAM4KTnuoY— rat mic 𖤐 (@sliccmic) October 23, 2019
Remember you are someone’s reason to smile.— DONT PANIC DARLING XX (@thelmaopong) October 22, 2019
Because you are a joke.
I did not know that coyotes could climb apple trees. We've had several coyotes fall out of our crabapple tree tonight. We believe they are eating rotting apples and getting a bit inebriated in the process. XD— Zebra Clad Werewolf (@bcbreakaway) October 12, 2019
[detective opens taunting letter from serial killer]— Drac 🦇 Bloodryk (@BudrykZack) October 24, 2019
Second detective: What does this say, I'm blocked
The Gen X science fiction fan curse is the Boomers keep banging on about Heinlein and Asimov, and the folks younger than you are endlessly resorting their Hogwarts Houses, and there's hardly anyone who wants to talk New Space Opera or post-cyberpunk.— Matthew Claxton (@ouranosaurus) October 23, 2019
So Bulldog eats rocks on his walks which isn't great for him and now he has to wear this mask to stop him so he has become Hanni-bull Lick-ter 😂 pic.twitter.com/8AzZfP3tR3— Emily Kager (@EmilyKager) October 24, 2019
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Saturday, October 26, 2019
#inktoberday25 (Panzer Dragoon). Traditional ink and pencil with a few digital tweaks around Orta's face. https://t.co/hqJaQnciuR #inktober #inktober2019 #inktoberday25 #handdrawn #ballpoint #Inkdrawing #pencildrawing #panzerdragoon #orta pic.twitter.com/IuswUKMVqQ— Geirrod Van Dyke (@GeirrodVanDyke) October 25, 2019
#Inktoberday14 Blasphemous! Thanks to the team at The Game Kitchen for a beautifully realized project! #inktober #drawing #Blasphemous #INK https://t.co/hqJaQnciuR pic.twitter.com/bmELaSwyC6— Geirrod Van Dyke (@GeirrodVanDyke) October 14, 2019
i went to MIT and studied abroad at cambridge for a year and the biggest cultural difference was that at MIT people competed to signal that they were working as hard as possible - "i stayed up until 3am" etc. - and at cambridge people competed to signal that they did not work https://t.co/1mI33wtREe— QC (@QiaochuYuan) October 22, 2019
The year is 2192. The British Prime Minister visits Brussels to ask for an extension of the Brexit deadline. No one remembers where this tradition originated, but every year it attracts many tourists from all over the world.— Julian Popov (@julianpopov) October 19, 2019
I would watch a miniseries or feature film that expands upon the story told in that Untuckit ad where the slicked-back founder dude walks down the street and says in passionate voiceover, "I am going to war against shirts that are too long. Will you fight with me brothers?"— David Roth (@david_j_roth) October 20, 2019
After exchanging numbers with a new guy on Hinge, I noticed my phone already had his number saved as a guy from Bumble, and now I feel like a Westworld robot realizing they’ve tried the same escape 100+ times before— Jess Dweck (@TheDweck) October 23, 2019
The greatest scene in Fight Club will always be when Ed Norton and Brad Pitt take a couple baseball bats to a new VW bug and on the audio commentary track they’re like “actually I’ve tried them since and they’re very roomy”— 👻🎃Pivot to Video🎃👻 (@KrisLigman) October 23, 2019
Nothing that any director has said about a Marvel movie is nearly as mean as Gwyneth Paltrow's refusal to remember which ones she's in.— Mark Harris (@MarkHarrisNYC) October 22, 2019
Watchmen owes us an episode in which a still-living Kubrick decries the glut of pirate movies.— Avery Edison (@aedison) October 23, 2019
A haunted car wash?? This is the creativity we need on the table!!!! pic.twitter.com/MdoSNjLtvP— 𝕮𝖎𝖊𝖑𝖔 (@UhhhHeaven) October 21, 2019
Absolutely the cutest Halloween dog 🐶 pic.twitter.com/lDT29wWLnz— Tiny Animals 🐾 (@tinyanimaIs) October 18, 2019
🦜 🦉— SmokinGrasshopper (@Grasshopper2049) October 15, 2019
hey buddy you’re not my type
But but but... we both have feathers?! pic.twitter.com/hPYgAHddPh
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Friday, October 25, 2019
"A police force which warned people to look out for a loose kangaroo has admitted it may not actually have existed"
Officers posted a picture on Facebook purporting to show the marsupial in Bulwell, Nottingham.
When responses suggested it was more likely to be a deer or "larger than normal" dog, police insisted it wasn't.
The blurry photo of the creature - dubbed the "Bulwellness monster" by the Nottinghamshire Police neighbourhood team
Hipster Baroness. pic.twitter.com/hH680bXhpP— Serge Birault (@birault_serge) October 16, 2019
good morning to parasite french poster pic.twitter.com/8y4m8lCJeb— xan saw parasite 31x 🎬 (@enemyfiIm) October 15, 2019
LOVE this shirt and Circe magnet made for me by the wonderful people at the Spokane Public Library! I think creepy Perses would be really pleased to have snuck in. Thank you to the whole Spokane is Reading team for such a great trip to Spokane! #spokaneisreading #sidevillainswantshirtstoo @spokanepubliclibrary @auntiesbooks @authorsunbound @spokanecountylibraryA post shared by Madeline Miller (@madeline.e.miller) on
thousands of years from now some neo future kids are gonna find a pogs slammer and think its some kinda magic artifact granted unfathomable power by the god of death or some shit lmao pic.twitter.com/BZzWbxsrgE— kyle pulver ⭐ (@kylepulver) September 20, 2019
*Buy hologram pogs at ebay.
colorizing black and white images is my passion 😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/gPgYjyL0It— nick (@nikc_is_sad) October 22, 2019
“No. 88”, new blanket I designed is available now on Throw & Co.!! https://t.co/2Iv1qfDjYD pic.twitter.com/Cau0SuqOyY— Cory Schmitz (@CorySchmitz) October 20, 2019
This camera rig used on Evil Dead is very cool.— WILL McCRABB (@mccrabb_will) October 23, 2019
I envy the operator. pic.twitter.com/8MpTRAcUjr
Labels: movie making
I have officially confused the algorithm so violently that it I'm now being targeted as a North Pole elf who is in the market for a metal chastity belt. pic.twitter.com/5WOdTnu6EF— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) October 22, 2019
Encountered an analog paywall today pic.twitter.com/rYc3cZxR5v— Jessica Roy 🦅 (@jessica_roy) October 22, 2019
fae (xe/xyr): may i have your pronouns?— charlie 🐻 (@chawleeknight) October 18, 2019
me (they/them): sure! they/them
fae (they/them): thanks :)
me ( / ): wait
This quote at the UNLV law school is amazing.— Sam Kamin (@ProfSamKamin) October 19, 2019
It has very strong Michael Scott energy. pic.twitter.com/pRP0TySwGw
My heart is with the Bronx during this difficult time. https://t.co/ZqSyQLxrB4— Joelle Monique ✍🏾 (@JoelleMonique) October 22, 2019
“fried rods” pic.twitter.com/S7i2SeJK86— Mike Winters (@Mike_Wntrz) October 22, 2019
yall ever say something in conversation and it physically feels like you just chose the incorrect dialogue option in a visual novel— taco's ghost (@tacodevourer) August 29, 2018
ok so my friends and I did Goat Yoga today and BRUH this little girl got her shit ROCKED by this goat 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/jWMLACGVm4— megan (@meg__lea) October 20, 2019
Gunner wants to play with buddie but I don’t think he realizes how much bigger he is than him🥺🥺💕 pic.twitter.com/A2XTmbeawO— Boo!Bitch!🦇🕸 (@gilbertpena7) October 19, 2019
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Thursday, October 24, 2019
Chris Livingston for PCGamer:
There's a certain thrill in the idea of crafting a silver-tongued character in an RPG, someone who in a world of violent aliens and hostile factions can talk themselves out of trouble while leaving their laser pistol holstered.
I played through The Outer Worlds attempting to do just that, pumping all of my skill points into the Dialog skill, and only the Dialog skill, every time I leveled up. It didn't mean I could avoid combat—there's still tons of it—but only putting points into Dialog didn't exactly hurt me on the battlefield because those Dialog skills not only give you more options while in conversations, allowing you to lie, persuade, and intimidate, they also give you effective abilities in combat, too.
Here's how it all worked.
Labels: video games
“It wasn’t too bad because we don’t let anything sit. We landed about 9:30 p.m., the truck got here at 10:30, we got the trunks and bags off, unloaded immediately, washed immediately, then took the shoulder pads and travel bags and aired them out. Anything we can wash, we wash, sometimes twice.”
Q: Did any players want to keep their muddy jerseys as a Mud Bowl 2019 keepsake?
Brunetti: “A couple guys keep their jersey every game, so I can’t say they looked at this as anything special.”
Brunetti estimated that eight players typically swap jerseys with an opponent after the game, and they’re charged the jersey’s cost. He didn’t complain about this, but it’s worth noting new jerseys require the 49ers staff to tailor new ones, such as customized wishes for shorter sleeves, a tapered belly area or a ‘V’ in the back.)
GBAそのまま挿せるやつとかあるのね。 pic.twitter.com/YsNoItKxmA— ぴぴぴ☆@11/2(土) MI68 (@pipixvi) October 21, 2019
I just remembered how big the bed is in Deadly Premonition and I can't stop laughing. pic.twitter.com/HMUJvfd6LA— Brad Lynch (@MarinoV1) October 21, 2019
So I’m at work today and I look out the window next to my desk and I just realized I work right down the street from the building that inspired the oldest house! #ControlRemedy @ControlRemedy @SamLakeRMD @MikaelKasurinen @remedygames pic.twitter.com/g4AJJCfhOe— Charles Davis (@Dasegad) October 21, 2019
✨ HEAVENLY BODIES ✨— 2pt Interactive (@2ptStudio) August 12, 2019
A game about cosmonauts, the body, and the absence of gravity.
Website ➡️ https://t.co/Msl8Ovc3GL
Wishlist on Steam ➡️ https://t.co/wOErypZwHB pic.twitter.com/5XCe5mONrd
I used to have a job in a Hydro dam where I had to locate all the first aid kits and restock the bandaids and stuff in them, and never have I felt more like the person who scatters all the health items around for the player to find in a Silent Hill game or whatever pic.twitter.com/3XGAnX7y68— Kelly Turnbull (@Coelasquid) October 20, 2019
Why is this so funny to me? pic.twitter.com/rWXv4C9BAR— Anna Megill (@cynixy) October 21, 2019
SLEAZY HOTEL pic.twitter.com/XSvWSBEmCE— Batman 66 Labels (@BatLabels) October 21, 2019
I can’t stop thinking about this pic.twitter.com/wGnfPjd96y— Griffin Funk (@Griffin_Funk) August 13, 2019
Twitter should charge you 10p every time you quote tweet, with 70% of revenue going to the person you quote tweet.— untitled hern account (@alexhern) October 21, 2019
This Tik Tok video of a kid eating a huge burger while an entire restaurant increasingly loses their shit is the only thing bringing me base human joy rn. pic.twitter.com/4k3pEsnwqS— Elfy Scott (@elfy_scott) October 20, 2019
Oh, plastic straws ??? I think u mean pic.twitter.com/9ezEGB5Cez— Julian Glander (@glanderco) October 19, 2019
walking down the street minding my own business drinking a san pellegrino (totally normal) and a passing teen yelled “yo! san pelly g!” and all his mates laughed. completely out of line— henno (@jrhennessy) October 19, 2019
I’ve often thought it must be super depressing to go through all the training to be a giant robot pilot, only to end up being assigned to, like, the left shoulder or thigh or something. https://t.co/ggZMvAWtOs— Matt Alt (@Matt_Alt) October 21, 2019
So me and Alyssa took our engagements pictures yesterday. She found a Pinterest picture that she wanted to try and recreate— Big Stack Dibbles Jr (@collinhewett17) October 20, 2019
I botched it pic.twitter.com/oSSUCB4o6A
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GHOST (1990) pic.twitter.com/tpMU7XdLCN— ULTRA💀BLAST (@ultrakillblast) October 18, 2019
My therapist: the original UK jacket for Twilight isn’t real and can’t hurt you— Sarah Jane ✨ (@sarah_garnham) October 17, 2019
The original UK jacket for Twilight: pic.twitter.com/ysyhldIuJw
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Had fun creating these #interlinked #BladeRunner2049 posters, visualising the two #baseline tests featuring @RyanGosling's @bladerunner K. pic.twitter.com/SBIp6zk6mO— Tom Muller (@hellomuller) November 1, 2017
Amazing to see the in-world brand design work I did over a year ago come to life.— Tom Muller (@hellomuller) October 21, 2019
The #Bloodshot🔴trailer is out—
Say hello to RST!
Much props to @dinesh_s, @DavidSFWilson, & @vindiesel for the ride! Looking forward to #Bloodshot2020!https://t.co/7ZpPe94J2z pic.twitter.com/G2SJuOsItZ
Baby cosplaying as Mjolnir; Original Star Wars action figure cosplay; The Addams Family group cosplay
THIS IS THE CUTEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN THE BABY IS MJOLNIR pic.twitter.com/mH7kejMSLI— emily (fan acc) (@starksyndrome) October 22, 2019
Is this the best ever Star Wars cosplay? pic.twitter.com/7FggP9o1HV— Fett Star Wars Council (@Fett_SWC) October 20, 2019