DANCING IN THE DARK
superstarling:

You can buy a pseudo-Wall-E robot for $2,800 here — BUT CAN IT LOVE LIKE WALL-E? WILL IT SAVE THE EARTH? 

superstarling:

You can buy a pseudo-Wall-E robot for $2,800 here — BUT CAN IT LOVE LIKE WALL-E? WILL IT SAVE THE EARTH? 

barefootmarley:

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inothernews:

In another universe, this robot is showing off her human creations to the press.  “We have programmed each one to be able to perform standard office tasks, like typing, setting up appointments, and of course, my personal favorite: wasting time on Tumblr.  These humans will be available for $250,000 apiece and each comes with a drab wardrobe this big.”
(Photo of yet another robot invented by humans to do stupid stuff like roll around on wheeled feet and raise their hands like they just don’t care by Yoshikazu Tsuno / AFP-Getty via the Telegraph)

inothernews:

In another universe, this robot is showing off her human creations to the press.  “We have programmed each one to be able to perform standard office tasks, like typing, setting up appointments, and of course, my personal favorite: wasting time on Tumblr.  These humans will be available for $250,000 apiece and each comes with a drab wardrobe this big.”

(Photo of yet another robot invented by humans to do stupid stuff like roll around on wheeled feet and raise their hands like they just don’t care by Yoshikazu Tsuno / AFP-Getty via the Telegraph)

albotas:

Daily Graffiti: Amazing Transformers graffiti spotted by Simon Russel who says he found it “on a building set for demolition in Lymington had to get some pics before its gone.”

Check out the DAILY GRAFFITI ARCHIVES for more geektastic street art!

raditudeproblem:

SHUT. IT. DOWN. i can’t imagine i’m ever going to top this.  

raditudeproblem:

SHUT. IT. DOWN. 
i can’t imagine i’m ever going to top this.  

fashiontipsfromcomicstrips:

I’m not sure how many of you watch 30 Rock, but Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) borrowed some fashion tips from The Joker last Thursday, on an episode aptly titled “The Tuxedo Begins.”

Upon the realization that fellow New Yorkers ignore the rules that she once abided by, Liz introduces a little anarchy to her morning commute by dressing up like a smelly hobo in order to ensure the true luxury of personal space on public transportation. Liz’s final transition into sociopathy results in an ensemble resembling The Joker, including crudely applied lipstick, a green waistcoat, and of course, a purple coat. By the end of the episode, I immediately mandated my friend Jasmine to cosplay Joker-fied Liz Lemon this year.

Bonus: Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) channels Bruce Wayne by wearing a full tuxedo for the entire episode.

Furthermore, this episode proves my theory that a quality comedy within the NBC-multiverse will find a way to incorporate a Batman costume (see: The Office, Parks and Recreation, Community).*

Watch the full episode of “30 Rock - The Tuxedo Begins” on Hulu!

*Though, I’m definite that even Batman wouldn’t be able to salvage Whitney.

retrogasm:

Marilyn’s beauty secret revealed…

retrogasm:

Marilyn’s beauty secret revealed…

screengoddess:

Mary Carlisle 1930’s - Photo by Clarence Sinclair Bull

screengoddess:

Mary Carlisle 1930’s - Photo by Clarence Sinclair Bull

turn-left-for-anarchy:

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turn-left-for-anarchy:

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