One of my favorite Picard moments.
Somehow, Will Smith seems far more fitting in this role when it's the Spanish version.
I figured some people in r/AL could relate.
Original problem: too much slag. Solution: build a slag processing plant. New problem: not enough slag. [Bob's, Angel's, Factorissimo, tons more mods]
Richard Garriot (creator of the Ultima game series) smoking a taxidermied wolf's head pipe.
My favorite Picard moment.
Cover of Lancer by Tom Parkinson Morgan
A Ruin in the Desert by Quentin Mabille (x-post r/ImaginaryDerelicts) [1240x471]
Too many knees on this Magic: the Gathering card art.
Cupcakes are a trigger for Stains the dog's Nam flashbacks.
Nice to see Andy Milonakis getting work in the latest Always Sunny as young Frank.
Ready for the r/AL masquerade ball?
Finally a day this spring that the weather is warm and decent and I'm not busy?
I recently ordered some Pathfinder accessories from Miniature Market, and I asked if they could draw a dragon on the box. This is what I got! Awesome!
Coal mines under the abandoned town of Centralia, PA, have been burning since 1962 [1280x699]
Pizza made with diced tomatoes marinated in balsamic vinegar with oregano and basil, oil and herb marinated mozzarella balls, and topped with a dash of crushed red pepper and parmesan/romano/asiago blend.
Map of a city I just came up with: The Independent City of Edgeport. I'm certain any questions you'd like to ask would help me flesh out the setting.
Coal mines under the abandoned town of Centralia, PA, have been burning since 1962 [1280x699] [unknown photographer] (x-post r/HellscapePorn)
Concentrated, continuous, practically ruler-straight: the weather map as of 7:10 am today.
A friend and I are headed to Dolly Sods, WV, this weekend. I couldn't find a trail map I liked, so I made one!
/u/sprawld recently submitted an image of the vortex on Saturn's north pole. Zoom out a bit to see the famous north pole hexagon of Saturn. [1020x1020]
On the left, my constant companion of 5 years, 1 month, and 5 days, now filled on every page. On the right, the (almost) brand new replacement full of fresh, blank pages waiting for the ink.
Derweze, Turkmenistan: a pit of fire, fed by seeping natural gas, that has been burning since 1971 (photo by Priscilla Locke, via NatGeo) [1600x2000]
Using TeamViewer on my phone to operate AirDroid on my computer to manipulate my phone.
Henrik Zetterberg of the Detroit Red Wings: like a beardy, Swedish version of Jake Gyllenhal.
Yesterday, I posted that I had a spare ticket for the Red Wings at Blue Jackets game with very good seats. I was dumbfounded that no one took me up on the offer (in time). As proof of how good the seats were (and what you missed out on), here's the view! (more in comments)
Oh. I didn't realize this would be a bad idea.
I unexpectedly have a few bars of reception at my campsite, so I'm just chillin deep in Wildcat Hollow, OH, tending my fire in the dusky gloom, browsing r/CampingandHiking, and enjoying about a pound of luxury weight: a pint can of Strongbow.
My weekend: miles from town at a cabin deep in the woods, chilling in a hot tub with good friends, good beer, and a Brigham Algonquin with a bowl full of Bodie's Blend from Tobacco Row in Jackson Hole.
Another promotional concept image from Homeworld: Shipbreakers. [800x404]
I'm a numbers nerd. There was an awful lot of red on my spreadsheet this year, but the last row is green!
My word graph, turned 40° and with some little scribbles added.
I get what its going for, but does it look like the second and third figure in the subreddit background image are wearing jodhpurs?
My prizes in a local charity raffle: a puck signed by Kari Lehtonen and a hat signed by Tyler Seguin.
A Ruin in the Desert by Quentin Mabille
Cassini derelict concept art from Bungie's new game Destiny [1920x1200]
Two perfect club paninis with homemade mayo (and one of the last bottles of Magic Hat Heart of Darkness in the store).
The punch at my friend's Halloween party had eyeball ping pong balls floating in it. I looked over from the bonfire to see this staring back at me.
Anyone recognize this electrical outlet? Is it just a very old but standard 120V/15A, or is it something crazy?