deathconstantbeyondlove:

Kermit Love with Mr. Snuffleupagus.
Kermit Love was a renowned builder and designer best known for his work on The Muppets. He began his career on Broadway, and went on to meet Jim Henson in the 1960s. Love was particularly skilled with full-bodied puppets. He was instrumental in the discovery and success of Kevin Clash, the puppeteer who made Elmo famous. Love died on June 21, 2008 in Poughkeepsie. He was survived by his partner of 50 years, Christopher Lyall.

deathconstantbeyondlove:

Kermit Love with Mr. Snuffleupagus.

Kermit Love was a renowned builder and designer best known for his work on The Muppets. He began his career on Broadway, and went on to meet Jim Henson in the 1960s. Love was particularly skilled with full-bodied puppets. He was instrumental in the discovery and success of Kevin Clash, the puppeteer who made Elmo famous. Love died on June 21, 2008 in Poughkeepsie. He was survived by his partner of 50 years, Christopher Lyall.

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1 year ago
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heartbrokengirlsketches:

damn i tripped on something.

heartbrokengirlsketches:

damn i tripped on something.

1 year ago
909 notes

HAPPY FUN WHOVIAN JOKE TIME

loracarol:

king-under-the-mountain:

purple-shirt-of-sex:

themindprobe:

thetenthdoctah:

tumblingwhovian:

Q: How many Time Lords does it take to screw in a light bulb?

A: You don’t really have much of a choice, do you?

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GET THE FUCK OUT

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i laughed, i’m sorry

XD

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1 year ago
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adriofthedead:

archiemcphee:

This giant NES controller, completely functional and made almost entirely out of LEGO bricks, was created by Baron Julius von Brunk. It’s a super geeky, super awesome project.

“The Baron connected the bricky buttons and the d-pad to small push buttons, which are in turn connected the circuit board of a NES controller. He built spring-loaded modules using Technic pieces to prevent the big LEGO buttons from getting stuck on the small push buttons.”

Because the Baron enjoys playing NES games on his PC, the giant LEGO NES controller also hooks up to a USB converter.

Check out Baron Julius’ blog to learn more about this fantastic project.

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omfg

hell fucking yes this is awesome

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1 year ago
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pappabeardy:

Nintendo Katamari!

pappabeardy:

Nintendo Katamari!

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1 year ago
40 notes
zomg i love this
this is just too cute

zomg i love this

this is just too cute

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1 year ago
57 notes
secret-soup:

goddamn it you horrible little assholes get back in your own game

secret-soup:

goddamn it you horrible little assholes get back in your own game

1 year ago
612 notes

“It’s called the TARDIS. It can travel anywhere in time and space…”

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1 year ago
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