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geekygeekweek:

Tim Doyle – Robocop Movie Poster
Tim Doyle released this gorgeous screen print dedicated to the most controversial movie cop ever. Available on Blunt Graffix.

geekygeekweek:

Tim Doyle – Robocop Movie Poster

Tim Doyle released this gorgeous screen print dedicated to the most controversial movie cop ever. Available on Blunt Graffix.

 - Bills Like Jean Spirit
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neilcicierega:

don’t know mnsdvcsj,hoisndcs

dignitea:

my life is a joke and i’m not laughing anymore

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Dune by David Moscati

boromirs:

even if you were too small to understand why

mechanicusdeus:

"For every battle honour, a thousand heroes die alone, unsung, and unremembered…"

mechanicusdeus:

"For every battle honour, a thousand heroes die alone, unsung, and unremembered…"

behindsuchgreeneyes:

Me and my mutual followers that never seem to actually talk but we like and reblog each other’s posts:

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visualpunker:

Visual Style 15: Machines and Mechanic Motion in Anime

freexcitizen:

First fucking page

freexcitizen:

First fucking page

thearmedgentleman:

COLT AR-15 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE/CARBINE - 5.56x45mm NATO/.223 Remington

Retro.

opheliaownsyou:

This photo is so important

opheliaownsyou:

This photo is so important

touhou2k14:

mulodyne:

polygondotcom:

Swedish politicians compete in StarCraft 2 tournament ahead of election
A group of politicians in Sweden took part on a StarCraft 2 tournament this past weekend to “raise awareness about eSports in politics, and politics among gamers,” The Daily Dot reports.
The tournament, called Politikerstarcraft, was created by Jonathan Rider Lundkvist in 2010. Lundkvist was a member of the Swedish Pirate Party, which formed in 2006 to focus on issues like net neutrality, censorship, copyright and patent reform.
(Link to the full story)

wh -

the far left is against the nazi party in the first round this shit is too real

touhou2k14:

mulodyne:

polygondotcom:

Swedish politicians compete in StarCraft 2 tournament ahead of election

A group of politicians in Sweden took part on a StarCraft 2 tournament this past weekend to “raise awareness about eSports in politics, and politics among gamers,” The Daily Dot reports.

The tournament, called Politikerstarcraft, was created by Jonathan Rider Lundkvist in 2010. Lundkvist was a member of the Swedish Pirate Party, which formed in 2006 to focus on issues like net neutrality, censorship, copyright and patent reform.

(Link to the full story)

wh -

the far left is against the nazi party in the first round this shit is too real

Does your dick work?
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anarcho-fuckyouism:

whiskeyandspentbrass:

I need to put this in my FAQ haha. Yes it works just fine.

oh thank god