Umm... this is fucking amazing pic.twitter.com/687wZyui1H— Negus Ⓥ (@NegusX3) February 28, 2020
By Blake Fall-Conroy.
Umm... this is fucking amazing pic.twitter.com/687wZyui1H— Negus Ⓥ (@NegusX3) February 28, 2020
Proceeds from the sale of this diecast will benefit the MambaOnThree Fund that was created to honor Team Mamba’s mantra, “Mamba on Three.” It’s with that customary chant for togetherness, sisterhood and the ability to take on every challenge that this Fund was named.
The MambaOnThree Fund exists to honor and support loved ones of the seven other victims involved in the tragedy that occurred on January 26, 2020. All donations to the Fund will be directed to their families.
My good man, to the market! LEGO version of Adam Savage and his Spot robot driven rickshaw. @donttrythis @testedcom @BostonDynamics @LEGO_Group pic.twitter.com/wEoLVeeI4X— Jason Allemann (@jasonallemann) February 28, 2020
Spoiler alert: Robot uprising aside, you'll be rooting for Spot. New Spot video, featuring a rickshaw @donttrythis built, here: https://t.co/O6O37g594N pic.twitter.com/eoHODebSvu— Tested (@testedcom) February 17, 2020
QALA, Malta — In this craggy, sun-kissed village of 2,000 people, three of the past four mayors have had the same last name: Buttigieg. The opposition leader is a Buttigieg, too. So is the baker. And one of the priests. And many of the retirees.
Mayor Pete’s father, a former Notre Dame professor who died last year, was born in Malta
San Marino High School was ready for its active-shooter drill Friday morning. City police officers planned to fire blank cartridges over 11 minutes to familiarize students with the sound of gunfire.
the American Civil Liberties Union intervened and asked [the principal] to stop the drill, concerned that it could be too traumatic for teenagers.
Two years ago, San Marino High, a 1,050-student campus in one of the county’s most affluent neighborhoods, conducted a simulation drill that involved a police presence, mock shooter and students trapped in a stairwell.
Steve Smith taking a shot at Kurt Warner from outta nowhere LMAOOOOOOOOO pic.twitter.com/jn4bDwnrpn— SUSPENDED AGAIN (@FTBeard1) February 28, 2020
Steve Smith is torching everyone tonight— SUSPENDED AGAIN (@FTBeard1) February 28, 2020
NFLN showing John Ross' (@WatchJRoss) post of him watching Ruggs run the 40....
Steve Smith: "He might be watching him take his job too, the way he play" pic.twitter.com/eQ1IQVribf
The sentence of the morning is:— Danielle Paquette (@DPAQreport) February 27, 2020
"Chinese duck platoons are waiting to be deployed to neighboring Pakistan to fight a swarm of crop-eating pests..."https://t.co/Wi7ybOtIi6
“We’re going to build a wall around Gondor, folks. A big white beautiful wall. And Rohan’s going to pay for it. Osgiliath didn’t have a wall—now look. Mordor has a wall. The Dark Lord has a beautiful wall. One doesn’t simply go walking into Mordor, believe me. Walls work.”— A.R. R. Moxon (@JuliusGoat) February 28, 2020
Everyone is always blondes have more fun this and redheads are spicy that, but no one is addressing the elephant in the room which is that this haircut and color is for bad bitches only. pic.twitter.com/XgGRn28oCt— Kayla Ancrum (@KaylaAncrum) February 27, 2020
"this is the dora the explorer haircut"— Kayla Ancrum (@KaylaAncrum) February 27, 2020
Dora IS a bad bitch, what is she 5??? and roaming the woods without supervision???
when I was younger I thought knowing the difference between a stalagmite and a stalactite were going to be a lot more important as an adult than it is.— Simon D. A. Clark (@Sunkensie) February 27, 2020
as my lunch date @DanBouza and i discovered, you don't get napkins at the salt bae restaurant, you get black surgical gloves which you are supposed to don to eat your burger (people were doing this. we did not) pic.twitter.com/fTt1bKDoav— David Mack (@davidmackau) February 27, 2020
Love this little McQuarrie Vader pic.twitter.com/mYs35l2ian— Derek Charm (@derek_charm) February 27, 2020
"OK BOOMER"— SubversiveGirl (@subversivegirl) February 9, 2020
Undercover Boss: Kylo Ren as Randy, an entry-level intern.
(Sorry, I had to do it xD)#KyloRen #AdamDriver #Randy #StarWars #UndercoverBoss #SLN #3D #3Dsculpture #3dmodeling #3Dcharacters #art #fanart #digitalart #3DMax #Arnold #Zbrush #Photoshop pic.twitter.com/wcg1ciMmGN
All proceeds will go toward the legal, medical, and other needs of anti-racist activists.— Daniel Hosterman (@dhosterman) October 24, 2019
In addition, this print of Silent Sam's plinth being removed is back up for sale at https://t.co/ZgfezZPihG.— Daniel Hosterman (@dhosterman) October 24, 2019
Proceeds from this print will also go toward supporting anti-racist activists. pic.twitter.com/eM2MQNBzWP
“Some old unused pitch art/boards from 2010 for a proposed LucasArts project. I thought it would be cool to do an homage to Heat (1995). A crew of thieves hijack a sandcrawler in order to knock over an Imperial payroll convoy.” - @AmcbToraidhe #StarWars https://t.co/ESw8H3FDYE pic.twitter.com/J7QmCEzHpM— Phil Szostak (@PhilSzostak) February 28, 2020
On a lighter note, Ross Blacklock on his parking tickets...😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/wwLhO4cPr4— Garret Price (@DynastyPrice) February 27, 2020
It’s the most viral campaign Chipotle has ever done, based on one measure: the hashtag has 3.9 billion views on TikTok.And from a Caity Weaver deep dive into the suspicious metrics of the British royal family's Instagram accounts:
That’s a surprising metric given that TikTok has been downloaded only about 145 million times in the U.S
Tabloid writers and royal reporters began to forecast the moment that @SussexRoyal’s follower count would overtake @KensingtonRoyal’s, thus crowning Harry and Meghan the definitive winners of an unofficial couples’ popularity contest.
It seemed inevitable; already, when it came to Google search interest, Harry and Meghan towered over William and Kate. (From November 2017 until the end of January 2020, Harry-and-Meghan-related searches accounted for 83 percent of the world’s curiosity in the two couples.)
The Instagram eclipse would happen in April or perhaps May, with the birth of the couple’s first child, royal watchers speculated.
It happened in neither, it turned out. Nor in June. Nor July.
“If it was 2016 and you said, ‘Hey, Alex, I want to analyze the Duchess in Essex and all this whatever,’ it would take probably a day or two, and I could come back to you and show ‘These are the followers they share in common. This is the percentage of fake followers this one has. This is the breakdown of locations. This is the amount of fake followers in a location.’”
Now, the only people with access to such information work inside Instagram.
This poster flashes by in the background of the Columbo episode I watched last night, and I’ve really fallen for it. What an odd poster for an Olympics. pic.twitter.com/MCG6zNOzTj— Levi Stahl (@levistahl) February 27, 2020
I came across this one at a gallery a few years ago and I kick myself for not buying it. pic.twitter.com/JmK4VAAKhY— Thomas Hogglestock (@TJHogglestock) February 27, 2020
Even crazier. pic.twitter.com/ptwXPnB4iy— Chicago Joe (@logansqjoe) February 27, 2020
Plotting another "Moon", in lovely Uni-ball Silver UM-120NM on Fabriano Black Black 300gsm hot pressed paper, looks so good and shiny. This one is heading off to an actual physical shop, quite excited. #axidraw #penplotter #plottertwitter pic.twitter.com/WfIwbSIWuW— Rev Dan Catt (@revdancatt) February 26, 2020
これがこうなってこうじゃ pic.twitter.com/i5slGPKFgG— 滅際涙子 (@metukiwaruiko) February 24, 2020
アバタ— 滅際涙子 (@metukiwaruiko) February 19, 2020
Bhuta mask of the deity Panjurli— Sardonicus (@RealSardonicus) February 22, 2020
early 20th century
These Native American snow goggles are the most bonepunk thing I've ever seen. pic.twitter.com/o9PD4383Dy— Michael Krakovskiy (@deadprogrammer) February 16, 2020
Costume of the librarian of the National Library of Madrid. I'm all in for reintroduction. pic.twitter.com/YTBKtNuRmS— Marike van Roon (@vanroon_m) February 21, 2020
Okay, hear me out.— summerbringer (@catiemonster) February 26, 2020
- Family moves for dad’s new job
- You go to a new school where you don’t understand how anything works
- You meet a beautiful girl
- You do some drugs that the girl gives you
- The girl cheers you on as you taking your driving test
Dune is an 80’s teen movie
Anyways, you become the most popular kid in school and start dating the daughter of the evil school principal just to make him mad, etc— summerbringer (@catiemonster) February 26, 2020
New kid finds friends from the wrong side of the (worm)tracks and together they stand up to the school bully, who is the nephew of dads business rival. Then pulls his gf up on stage after being elected prom king.— Tom (@a20261) February 26, 2020
Except the Dad’s new job was drug refiner— Ali Jamieson (@alijamieson) February 26, 2020
“Tell me of the shopping malls of your hometown, Usul.”— Steak-umm Heiress (@Chri7er) February 26, 2020
Didn’t David Lynch choose Dune over an offer to direct Fast Times at Ridgemont High?— JC-H nee Beth (@Manokijones) February 26, 2020
Once again proving among the world's most innovative nations, South Korea has created a drive-thru coronavirus clinic.. pic.twitter.com/7eUQYKbWW5— Sam Kim (@samkimasia) February 26, 2020
A Slack group, The Wu-han Clan, is just one example of how the COVID-19 outbreak is transforming how scientists communicate about fast-moving health crises, making ample use of preprint servers and social media to quickly share information. https://t.co/wzK1l6aO8Y— ScienceInsider (@ScienceInsider) February 26, 2020
The saddest part of this now-nearing 3 months of quarantine is that the festive holiday decorations can't be taken down because too few migrant workers are even allowed back in Beijing yet. https://t.co/f8tQM0oO1h— RF Parsley (@sanverde) February 25, 2020
Yes, this is real. It took place yesterday in Tbilisi, Georgia.— Emmanuelle Saliba 🧐 (@_esaliba) February 27, 2020
He's an Iranian citizen who tested negative for the virus but had to undergo mandatory quarantine. He broke out of the hospital and nurses had to bring him back in.
The original clip -> https://t.co/yzJjDlMDxz https://t.co/GUhX8MITrz
We’re really sad to announce that Plague Inc. has been removed from the China App Store. This is completely out of our control and we are working to find a way to bring the game back to our players in China. Our statement here: https://t.co/oYkHHkMbgw pic.twitter.com/5wQ93NsCKw— Plague Inc. / Rebel Inc. (@NdemicCreations) February 27, 2020
A SOMEWHAT DYSTOPIAN SCOOP: Amazon is trying to prevent third-party sellers from raising the price of face masks to exorbitant levels https://t.co/GeZ8DSvf3f— Louise Matsakis (@lmatsakis) February 25, 2020
Very late to this—one year late to this—but it boggles the mind that in the 16th cent, the population of the Americas went from 60 million to 5-6 million, cultivated land the size of France was abandoned, and the resulting reforestation cooled the climate. https://t.co/CSkURxaHTh— Kanishk Tharoor (@kanishktharoor) February 27, 2020
The 1924 bubonic outbreak in Los Angeles. Not one of our more honorable moments. pic.twitter.com/xsMxPXG8Bk— Matt Pearce 🦅 (@mattdpearce) February 27, 2020
They had a damn tables match in a Walmart! pic.twitter.com/mioc2ZfKcb— SI Wrestling (@SI_wrestling) February 26, 2020
When I tell you this sent me FLAT on the floor pic.twitter.com/lGzLpd75fS— marv 🗽 (@mrvndn) February 27, 2020
I can’t. pic.twitter.com/oBNfoxgnmp— Ellen Shelley (@artofel) February 24, 2020
today's dystopia level: yelling "HEY GOOGLE?" into my bag to try to figure out if I already dropped my phone into it— Kim-Mei Kirtland (@kmkirtland) February 25, 2020
When Louisiana wins a basketball game the Cajun Dome immediately turns red and it’s absolutely terrifying. pic.twitter.com/Kxg7a0PWbM— Rush the Other 26 (@other26hoops) February 27, 2020
happy anniversary to the llama chase story. The Washington Post famously dispatched 7 reporters to cover this. it was around this time I applied to work here, and i told them "i want to work for a newspaper that does THIS"https://t.co/nxD6vVikUH— Gene Park (@GenePark) February 26, 2020
Uh-Oh! Friend Getting Out Phone in Restaurant to Play the Video He Was Talking About: https://t.co/kb6QCzqNnT pic.twitter.com/zb9tD50zc0— Reductress (@Reductress) February 25, 2020
horses don't know when they're acting in a period drama. they just woke up one day and all their friends showed up in stupid outfits.— alexis nedd (@alexisthenedd) February 26, 2020
This is that vanishingly rare occasion when someone says “fun fact” and then tells you something that is just insanely fun pic.twitter.com/L5KZDUlmIt— Rosa Lyster (@rosalyster) February 26, 2020
this dog literally failed every single test thrown at him to become a service dog and i am scream laughing. but imho he’s still a very very good boy. pic.twitter.com/fGdiUbmw5o— kim. (@KimmyMonte) February 25, 2020
It‘s unbelievable how much joy animals can bring in our lifes😍🙏🏼 The love is Raw, Real and Unconditional❤️ • It‘s our Responsibility to Protect them and also learn to love them for what and who they are 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼 • Tag 3 Friends who would love to see this Video and comment your thoughts below👇🏼🤗A post shared by Dean Schneider (@dean.schneider) on
If you’ve always wondered what an evacuation of thousands of camels look like, here you go.— Sana Saeed (@SanaSaeed) February 20, 2020
A selection of my fire images will be on view at the California Museum of Photography. Opening this Saturday, 2/29, Facing Fire curated by Douglas McCulloh, includes sixteen artists that “explore the new frontier of fire and bring back reports of majesty, fear, and flame.” If you are anywhere near Riverside, I’d love to see you there! The show will be on view until August 9th. #stillburning #wildfireA post shared by kevin cooley (@kevincooley_) on
Imagine the absolute craziness of having a magic moment with an exclusive dinner on a flying dinner table served by the world’s best chefs right there with you. Whether it is a wedding above the Grand Canyon or the Venice lagoon or a three-star dinner in the skies above the Jardins des Tuileries gardens in Paris.
Over the past years, Dinner in the Sky has criss-crossed the skies of 60 countries…
In Europe, for sure, but also in Australia, Japan, India, Dubaï, South-Africa, Brazil, The United States, Mexico, Canada… and China. And all this happening in a totally safe way.