Ed Brock (EntropyRulez)

monsterman:

The Angry Red Planet (1959)
"Men of Earth, we of the planet Mars give you this warning. Listen carefully and remember. We have known your planet Earth since the first creature crawled out of the primeval slime of your seas to become man. For millennia, we have followed your progress, for centuries, we have watched you, listened to your radio signals and learned your speech and your culture. And now, you have invaded our home. Technological adults, but spiritual and emotional infants. We kept you here deciding your fate. Had the lower forms of life of our planet destroyed you, we would not have interfered. But you survived. Your civilization has not progressed beyond destruction, war and violence against yourselves and others. Do as you will to your own and to your planet, but remember this warning - Do Not Return To Mars. You will be permitted to leave for this sole purpose - Carry The Warning To Earth. Do Not Come Here. We can and will destroy you, all life on your planet, if you do not heed us. You have seen us, been permitted to glimpse our world. Go now. Warn mankind not to return unbidden." 

Loved this movie as a kid, and still enjoy it today.

monsterman:

The Angry Red Planet (1959)

"Men of Earth, we of the planet Mars give you this warning. Listen carefully and remember. We have known your planet Earth since the first creature crawled out of the primeval slime of your seas to become man. For millennia, we have followed your progress, for centuries, we have watched you, listened to your radio signals and learned your speech and your culture. And now, you have invaded our home. Technological adults, but spiritual and emotional infants. We kept you here deciding your fate. Had the lower forms of life of our planet destroyed you, we would not have interfered. But you survived. Your civilization has not progressed beyond destruction, war and violence against yourselves and others. Do as you will to your own and to your planet, but remember this warning - Do Not Return To Mars. You will be permitted to leave for this sole purpose - Carry The Warning To Earth. Do Not Come Here. We can and will destroy you, all life on your planet, if you do not heed us. You have seen us, been permitted to glimpse our world. Go now. Warn mankind not to return unbidden."

Loved this movie as a kid, and still enjoy it today.

Happy Birthday – Ray Bradbury
One of our greatest writers, Mr. Ray Bradbury, was born today in 1920. Though he left us in 2012, his works remain to challenge, entertain, teach and inspire us.

Happy Birthday – Ray Bradbury

One of our greatest writers, Mr. Ray Bradbury, was born today in 1920. Though he left us in 2012, his works remain to challenge, entertain, teach and inspire us.

Oh, childhood, how I miss you.

Oh, childhood, how I miss you.

fuckinginbrooklyn:

25K retweets and I’ve lost count of how many death threats. Keep reposting. #Ferguson #Racism #Progress

fuckinginbrooklyn:

25K retweets and I’ve lost count of how many death threats. Keep reposting. #Ferguson #Racism #Progress

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Selection from my book - The Little Things DO Suck!

Selection from my book – The Little Things DO Suck!

Little Things Like:

TV commercials about make-up products—

where the before picture is obviously taken in bad light, the person has no make-up, is wearing their worst clothes and is positioned in an unappealing location

and the after picture has great lighting, the person has on professional make-up, is wearing clothes provided by the make-up company and is now located in a place with a…

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Robin Williams
Fuck you, Universe for taking Robin Williams. We needed him a while longer—because the world needs to laugh more.

Robin Williams

Fuck you, Universe for taking Robin Williams. We needed him a while longer—because the world needs to laugh more.

Mirror of the Nameless (Luke Walker) – Mini Review

Just finished reading Mirror of the Nameless by Luke Walker (from DarkFuse). Thoroughly enjoyed this fast-paced, balls to the wall, cosmic action story.

Mirror of the Nameless (Luke Walker) – Mini Review

Just finished reading Mirror of the Nameless by Luke Walker (from DarkFuse). Thoroughly enjoyed this fast-paced, balls to the wall, cosmic action story.

Writing

Blazed through 3000+ words today–and I liked most of them.

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I loved Guardians of the Galaxy. Fun & exciting popcorn entertainment—a large, extra buttered one. The main cast deserve all the accolades they are getting. But, what about Michael Rooker? Loved his outrageous take on Yondu?

I loved Guardians of the Galaxy. Fun & exciting popcorn entertainment—a large, extra buttered one. The main cast deserve all the accolades they are getting. But, what about Michael Rooker? Loved his outrageous take on Yondu?