Grip Of Delusion
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Grip Of Delusion
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From our good friend Eric Calvert from Switchblade Jesus.
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Pop goes the toupee
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Episode No. 30: David Cronenberg’s Scanners - Diabolique Magazine
Ever Wanted to Live Inside a David Cronenberg Film? Now You Can With His New Project at TIFF
Cult Classics SCANNERS (1981) Thursday, July 25 at 9:00 p.m. The title of this David Cronenberg sci-fi horror film refers to a group of people who have telekinetic powers that allow them to read minds and give them the ability to make other people's heads explode. www.avontheatre.org/special_events.html#jul25 Carte Blanche: FREE | Members: $6 | Students & Seniors: $8 | Nonmembers: $11
No bread at this radio.
Art Breads, Breads Moldings, Birds Food, Beschimmelt Brood, Funny, Fruit Cakes, Mouldi Food, Rednecks Chia, Chia Pet
Bread Mold Experiment
What should you do with mouldy food?
Funny Chia Pets | Redneck Chia Pet
Living Rooms, Families Gatherings, 1930S 1940S, 1920S Radios, 1940S Families Rooms, Radios Broadcast, People, Families Time, Vintage Radios
Vintage radio shows
The 1920s introduced large radio broadcasts and shows to families across America. Families could then catch the latest serial dramas, comedies, sporting events on the radio, allowing for more "family time."
When KDKA made their first radio broadcast in 1920, there were only a few thousand receivers around the United States because only a few amount of people owned a radio.
Living rooms of the forties
When KDKA made their first radio broadcast in 1920, there were only a few thousand radio receivers around the United States. Between 1923 and 1930, a whopping sixty percent of American families purchased radios and a custom where families gathered around a glowing box for night-time entertainment took root, forever changing American culture.
Listen to 24-hour 1920s radio. | Listen to 24-hour 1920s radio.
Revamp of Ralph's version circa 2013
Circa 2013, Ralph Version, Version Circa
You are in the Friend Zone so we can cry on your shoulder and not let you touch our naughty parts!
Friends Zone, Friend Zone
We have a Ghost in the rotation machine.
This is how I get when the broadcast server acts ups.
Green Juice, Altered Ego, Comic Books, Bruce Banners, Children, Hulk, Superheroes, Comic Art, Super Heroes
THE HULK:Robert Bruce Banner was the son of an alcoholic who deeply hated him. Banner's mother showed much affection for her child, who returned her love, but this only served to fuel his father's rage. Dr. Brian Banner was an atomic physicist who worked on producing clean nuclear power as an energy source, but he was afraid his exposure to it mutated his son's genes. Bruce showed signs of high intelligence at an early age which strengthened his father's belief. Brian became abusive to Bruce and when his mother intervened, Brian murdered her. He frightened Bruce to keep quiet, but his own bragging landed him in a psychiatric institute. As a child Bruce was withdrawn, possibly developing a split personality to help deal with his pain and rage. His only happiness came from spending time with his cousin Jennifer Walters. Bruce found it hard to develop friendships and often found himself on the receiving end of physical abuse at the hands of school bullies. One such incident sparked him to build and plant a bomb in the basement of his school. The bomb was a dud, and Bruce was expelled, but the military took notice of his genius. Eventually, Bruce earned a doctorate in nuclear physics and started a career with them. Supervising the trial of an experimental gamma bomb that he designed for the U.S. Defense Department at a nuclear research facility in New Mexico, Bruce selflessly rushed to the rescue of an ignorant teenager who had wandered onto the testing field as the countdown ticked inexorably toward zero. After shoving young Rick Jones to safety in a nearby ditch, Bruce was struck full-force by the bomb blast. He survived, but was irradiated by the deadly gamma energy. At first, Banner would transform into the brutish gray Hulk only at sunset, and revert to human form at dawn. Eventually, his changes into the childlike green Hulk came to be triggered by the release of adrenaline when he was intensely excited, no matter what time of day. The green Hulk possesses little of Banner's memory and intelligence, and is easily enraged; making him a menace to society. Since Banner's initial transformation into the Hulk, military forces commanded by the implacable General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross – Bruce's one-time benefactor – have hunted him continually. Hulk continued to make more enemies within the military such as Major Glenn Talbot as he and Bruce constantly competed for the affections of Ross' daughter, Betty. For a short time, Banner successfully treated his condition with radiation and was able to maintain enough of his own personality when he became the Hulk to control himself in that form. Subsequently, he earned the government's favor by destroying the alien Metal Master and received a presidential pardon. Friends and Foes Not long after Hulk was baited into a trap by the Asgardian trickster, Loki, into destroying a train trestle. This would lead to the first instance where Hulk became a team player. Beside the occasional group endeavors, Hulk has teamed-up with many others that didn't think he was so bad. Spider-Man, Power Man and Iron Fist have partnered with Hulk on several occasions. Even brutes like the Thing and scrappers like Wolverine identified with Hulk and have allied with him almost as many times as they've fought against him. Not only has Hulk befriended those in the super-hero community, but he has managed to form bonds with regular people such as "Crackajack" Jackson and Jim Wilson. Unfortunately for the Hulk, there are many who used his limited intelligence against him and attempted to manipulate him for their own selfish means. Vile menaces like the Leader, Tyrannus, and Captain Omen. When Hulk proved to be too hard to control, they sent their minions like Aquon and Mogol to confront him physically. Enemies came in all shapes and sizes, ranging in power levels. From mere humans like Devastator, to evolved beings like the Inheritor, to monstrous powerhouses like Glob, Hulk always found a way to prevail – even against those who masqueraded as friends such as his old physics professor, Geoffrey Crawford – later known as Ravage. Multiple Personality Disorder Gamma-powered psychiatrist Leonard "Doc" Samson captured the Hulk and successfully separated Banner and his alter ego. Without Banner's psyche to restrain him, the Hulk became a greater danger than ever before. Realizing there was only one way to reign in the Hulk, Banner agreed to merge with the monster. But the stress of the re-integration fractured Banner's subconscious, creating the street-smart gray Hulk. During this time, he spent several years in Las Vegas, sometimes operating as an enforcer calling himself Mr. Fixit (or "Joe Fixit.") The smart-mouth Fixit was an ill-tempered, wise-cracking, thuggish brute whose personality resembled that of his father and the fraternity boys who surrounded him in college. It was also at this time that Joe Fixit began his a short-lived relationship with the future wife of Rick Jones, Marlo Chandler. In this state of the Hulk, Banner again found himself changing into the Hulk at night and into his human form in the light of the day. Soon after, the swirling mess of persona and mentalities took their toll on the ever-flustered mind of Dr. Banner, and a battle for supremacy and control took place in Banner's subconscious. With assistance by the Ringmaster and his hypnotic abilities, Doc Samson tapped into the subconscious of Banner and reached his separate incarnations. Through this hypnosis, Banner, the green Hulk, and the grey Fixit all aligned to face their true inner demons-- Banner's unresolved issues with his abusive father and the murderer of his mother. With this realization, Banner was able to fuse these mentalities together, finding peace of mind. However, a green but intelligent version of the Hulk emerged. He had the mentality of Dr. Banner but the body and abilities of the Hulk – later nicknamed the Professor. Although Banner had his dominant personalities merged together, there were a number of other personas running through his mind including that of a "Devil-Hulk."
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Hulk (Bruce Banner) - Marvel Universe Wiki: The definitive online source for Marvel super hero bios.
Drink your green juice!
Conscious Discipline: The Hulk and talking to children about Anger
New header from our very own Jeremy Famir.
Love ins are our thing. Courtesy of Christi Rat
Affleck's sad batman can't believe how good we are. Courtesy of The Phantom Bunburyist
Sad Batman, Affleck Sad
But we make the President happy. Courtesy of The Phantom Bunburyist
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Is #ObamaCare Really #HealthCare? Would Our Lobbyist-In-Chief Ever Steer Us Wrong?
On Tuesday, the White House posted via Twitter a picture of President Barack Obama holding a sign which says: "#GETCOVERED Because nobody should have to go broke just because they get sick.” Senato...
PolitiFact 'LIE OF THE YEAR' Award - From The Lying Liar That Lies: "If You Like Your Health Care Plan, You Can Keep It, Period"... ~ (Via Politifact) It was a catchy political pitch and a chance to calm nerves about his dramatic and complicated plan to bring historic change to America’s health insurance system. “If you like your health care plan, you can keep it,” Pres. Obama said — many times — of his landmark new law. But the promise was impossible to keep. [...] 12/12
Epic White House Social Media Fail: #GetCovered Campaign Gets Slammed By Ted Cruz & Others Using Photoshop
We make this hag sad too. Courtesy of The Phantom Bunburyist