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The concerns at the heart of Detroit: Become Human are readily apparent almost from the very start: the existential crisis faced by androids that look and behave like people but are treated like things. But its lofty ambitions get hamstrung at the very start by some incredibly heavy-handed moments of shlock.
Esta artista vive perto do melhor vendedor de frutas e verduras de Londres, e a variedade e beleza saudável a inspirou em transformar em personagens com um traço maravilhoso.
Utilizando a técnica de aquarela, Marija Tiurina vem conquistando o mundo com seus personagens únicos e sua criatividade:
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When you think of chocolates and the things that go well with them, things like marshmallow, peanut butter, caramel, or stuff like that comes to mind, right? How would you feel about sweets […]
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Several years ago, Natalie Portman took to Saturday Night Live alongside Lonely Island to show everyone what a bad shut-your-mouth she really was. Now, she’s returned, taking on the most controversial topic of all: the Star Wars prequels.
Burger King is trying to teach people about net neutrality with its signature sandwich. Despite making headlines after last month’s repeal, the concept of net neutrality remains a complicated mystery to many. The […]
It’s amazing how much information there is hiding in one tiny globule of spit.
If you’ve seen a lot of people suddenly sharing uncannily similar artistic doppelgängers of themselves recently, Google’s facial recognition abilities and massive database of art are to blame. The tech giant recently recently added a new feature to its Arts and Culture app which allows users to snap a photo and…
Black Mirror holds a mirror up to society similarly to the neighborhood horrors of The Twilight Zone, but with an emphasis on technology. It also tends to be much more depressing, regardless of the overall quality of each episode ("San Juniperno" now withstanding).
Season (series) four of the beloved British anthology series debuted on Netflix at the tail end of 2017, and now that everyone is catching up, the internet's got some hot laughs ready to counteract all that techno doom and gloom.
black mirror is written by one stoned british dude who just mutters shit like wot if ya mum ran on batteries-- joe paterno is in hell (@nicemuscles) December 30, 2017
black mirror season 4 episode 5: metalhead https://t.co/mWmfhYceLf-- cole world (@ColeNFKL) January 2, 2018
My ranking for #BlackMirror S4 episodes:-- Benjamin Cook (@benjamin_cook) January 2, 2018
1. USS Callister
2. Hang the DJ
4. Black Museum
6. We found a dead body in the Japanese Suicide Forest...
I’m not going to tell you what to do with your baby’s placenta after birth. If the doctor lets you have it, and you would like to encapsulate it, sauté it, or even ink it to make placenta prints, that is your decision to make. But you should at least know whether scientists have found any health benefits to consuming…
You can run, but you can’t hide from archer Lars Andersen. In a rare YouTube video, the Danish painter, writer, and Legolas wannabe shows off his ability to shoot arrows that turn in […]
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My older brother watched Dragon Ball Z every day growing up, and I still hear young black men talking about it all the time. On the train, I hear black teenage boys sharing their takes on Dragon Ball fighting games. When I meet black men my age, ones who scoff at my love of anime, they still know what I’m talking…
When I give the dating app LoveFlutter my Twitter handle, it rewards me with a 28-axis breakdown of my personality: I’m an analytic Type A who’s unsettlingly sex-focused and neurotic (99th percentile). On the sidebar where my “Personality Snapshot” is broken down in further detail, a section called “Chat-Up Advice”…