Another awesome photo ruined by Mr. Meme Face. But whatever. Here’s this dope photo. Just ignore Mr. Meme Face.
Just put your pride away. If today was your last day on earth would that fight really mean that much?
Appreciate every thing cause when they are gone you’ll wish you didn’t waste so much time on things that didn’t matter.
Polytron has released some new footage of their retro inspired new platformer FEZ, which is finally coming to XBLA this year. While I love the visuals, I stay for the music.
Happy Birthday to Mark Hoppus of blink-182! He turns 40 today.
The 5th Annual Roots Picnic. June 2nd & 3rd, 2012
No longer will I think like that, because the image of 10-12 adults in matching shirts walking almost in formation around the Austin Convention Center committing acts of “I’m putting my poster/sticker over your poster/sticker” terrorism will forever be seared in my brain. It’s been like three days of watching the final scene in Drumline/Stomp the Yard/Step Up 2, minus the dancing (so far) but plus the two-minute sales pitch.
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Drought reveals old cemetery in Bosnia reservoir: The 70-year-old Sunken cemetery is seen after the Jablanicko lake dried up near Jablanica. The dams on the Neretva river near the lake feed a system that normally produces an average of 2,000 megawatt-hours of electricity per year, but the drought that began in August has shrunk output to just a quarter of that amount. The drought has also forced cash-strapped nations to import more power at higher prices. Bosnia, normally the one net power exporter in the region, paid 20 million Bosnian marka (14.4 million) to import electricity in January, compared with January 2011 when it earned 70 million marka from power exports. (source)
An organization called African Youth Initiative Network screened the now-infamous KONY 2012 documentary for thousands of Northern Ugandan men, women, and children on Tuesday. While some were confused by the film’s narrative, many were angered by it’s portrayal of their country and near-celebrity status that it bestowed upon Joseph Kony. “If people in those countries care about us, they will not wear t-shirts with pictures of Joseph Kony for any reason,” said one attendee, adding, “that would celebrate our suffering.” source
Dune Flight, 2011
In honor of the first birthday of LightBox, TIME photo editors and LightBox staff offer recommendations of posts worth revisiting. Check back here throughout the day and on LightBox for more. See more here.
“The post I recommend is The Flying Baby by photographer Rachel Hulin,” says Associate Photo Editor Marie Tobias. “The images are magical and fun, and I admire the mind that can come up with this concept. It makes me want to live in a world where babies can indeed fly.”
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