Abstract Music. Songs From the Black Hole Abyss. Pulsating Bass of the Nether. Industrial Darkwave. Songs of the Black Hole Abridged.
Songs of the Black Hole Reprised. Songs of the Black Hole Upper Level. Songs of the Black Hole and the Bass. Access the complete album info 8 songs. Shoddy Noise. Filler Noise.
Quasi-Probability Distribution. More Filler Noise. Access the complete album info 9 songs. Desultory Doorways. Contorted and Unfashionable Rhythms with Unsystematic Tunes.
For the Beauty of the Isochronous. Digitally Ubiquitous. Does Not Fit in With the Rest. Fragmentary Exfoliating. Piecemeal Platypi. Access the complete album info 10 songs. Descent Down the Rabbit Hole. March into Magnanimous Mayhem. Russian Sleep Experiment. Arabian Dance. Chinese Dance. Reed Flutes.
Experimental Electronic Playground. Music for anti-social individuals. Eminent and Elliptical Abrasion and Affect.
- Seno Bulky Hat Knitting Pattern.
- Army Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures ATTP 3-18.12 (FM 90-4) Air Assault Operations.
- God, POPE AND CIA;
- Navigation menu.
Skipping to a Quasar Waiting for the Floor to Drop. Trafffic Jam Broken Lights. The Attack of the Acantharians. Bass and Drum and Chaos Yamatsuka.
Dilating Doorways. Industrial Music Factory. I got in touch with an atelier outside of Mexico City that works with century-old stonecarvers, ancient woodworkers — all these craftsmen that are so representative of Central American lineage. We started working together to find local materialities.
Men In Black 3: The Abridged Script | The Editing Room
One of the materials I landed on — which is the basis for the side chair and side table — is called cantera. You can get varying textures and hair lengths, so all of the upholstered pieces are different lengths of alpaca. I wanted a more delicate, parchment-like, interior finish just to bring some movement to the piece.
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Labor in White Skin: Race and Working-class History
Previous Story. Next Story Next Story. Related Stories In her pieces, these references are reinterpreted through a distinctly Australian lens, with colors and textures from the coastline captured through material choices such as travertine, mirrored glass, ceramic, and linen. Ancient trade routes, Greek and Roman sculptures — these are the things that inspire the Stockholm-based, Scottish-born designer, whom we first featured when he was graduating from Konstfack a few years back.
His thesis project there spawned an instant classic — the White Lies table, which features a marble-topped column with a richly saturated gradient fading down its trunk. Since then, Ross has been thinking about and working on this new collection, which he's debuting at the Milan furniture fair next week. That's a terrible Warhol impression.
What is this, a bad Saturday Night Live skit? Here's Michael Stuhlbarg. He can see the future, but not in a way that's remotely helpful to anyone, including himself. There are several timelines where I die here at The Factory. There are others where only random extras die here. Guess which one this is? Remember that scene in The Dark Knight when a motorcycle pops out of the bottom of the Batmobile? We've got one last chance to stop him!
We have to get to Cape Canaveral in less than 12 hours! What, did you bring the entire World Book Encyclopedia back with you? No one cares! Let's go! Because apparently the Men In Black never thought to buy a Cessna. Or fly commercial. Good thing this wasn't one of the many timelines where we crashed and died on the way here. And now, in my very next sentence, let me warn you that death is unavoidable from timeline to timeline. Where there's death, there will always be death. Just this tiny box that sets up an impenetrable force field around your planet that for some reason my people didn't use to protect ours.
Go put it on the Apollo 11 as it launches for the moon, and the Earth will be safe from Jemaine's people and only Jemaine's people forever. Not only that, but it's also a genocidal device that will eradicate Jemaine's race from the universe. Good thing they're just aliens and not, you know, sentient and unique individuals like humans are. That would be a real downer for a screwball sci-fi comedy. And now that the screenwriter is done with me, I'm going to inexplicably walk away. Why didn't you give us the McGuf-Net months ago? Why wait until minutes before the launch?
Do you love watching people race against the clock, or are you just an asshole, or what?