A Space Shuttle.
Completely useless for any practical purpose, but I really get a kick out of imagining the look on the face of the archaeologist who finally digs it up. »
A Space Shuttle.
This is pretty much what I was thinking. Isn't it clear by now that Batman is just a billionaire acting out his personal fantasies? The Batman Method has to be the most ludicrously inefficient approach to combatting crime ever invented. But because he's so immensely rich, the citizens of Gotham just let him get on… »
"Irukandji may cause headache, backache, muscle, abdominal and chest pains, nausea, vomiting, sweating, anxiety, hypertension and feelings of impending doom. If symptoms persist, discontinue use. Ask your doctor if Irukandji is right for you." »
"I know what you're thinkin', punk. You're thinkin' did he fire six fish or only five? Now to tell you the truth, I've forgotten myself in all this excitement. But bein' this is a Whooshh Innovations salmon cannon, the most powerful fish launcher in the world, you've got to ask yourself a question. Do I feel lucky?… »
I can't decide if this is the opening sequence of a forthcoming Coen Brothers movie, or a terrifying preview of the way the world will end. »
Nothing you haven't seen before, but I was pleased to get a moon image that showed recognizable features. The trick turned out to be under-exposing by about 5 stops. (Taken with a Canon T2i with a 300mm zoom). »
The original "Blake's Seven" had already taken a turn towards the dark'n'gritty with the substitution of the battered freighter Scorpio for the squeaky-clean high-tech Liberator. »
This artist's vision of post-apocalyptic Sydney is rather tame compared to Tsunehisa Kimura's image (used on the cover of the album "Red Sails in the Sunset" by Midnight Oil). »
I think the hallmark of police states is that they tend to be 'proactive' in their policing methods, rather than reactive. Sooner or later, someone's bound to notice. »
I just re-watched "Prometheus" the other day. At what point does "toned young women rushing around like Olympic sprinters immediately after undergoing major abdominal surgery" officially become a trope? »