In the early 90s, Jenny Joseph was asked to stand in a bed sheet and hold a light up with her hand – the cord dangling down in what looks like the most ghetto studio ever. She never modeled before, or after, but she was selected by artist Michael Deas to model for his painting – which was of course the new Columbia logo that would premiere in 1992. She then left, and went on with her life as a homemaker and a newspaper designer. She now works as a muralist and says her kids get a kick out seeing her every time they go to the movies. How awesome is that?
California Senate Votes 28-8 to Exempt Itself from California Gun Laws
One law for the serfs and one law for the nobles.
what the fuck california
And to think there are still people out there who trust politicians.
Star Wars: Republic Commando
Wrath of the Boot Legs: Part 5 (China Gundam Edition)
After the success of the life size Gundam made in Japan in 2009 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the series, a Chinese theme park soon made a version of their own a year later. Once word had spread out that there was a replica of life size Gundam in China the Japanese news reporters had a field day with it. To escape any lawsuits, the theme park denied they had such an attraction though there were several pictures roaming the internet about it. So to get rid of the evidence, they attached tubes, spikes, horns, and a nuclear symbol to the chest to make it look different. Surprisingly enough, the Japanese weren’t offended by the attempt, rather they reviled in it. Several fan arts came into the light, so were games and videos about China Gundam. Now we’ll have to see if BANDAI will actually make model kits of it. This is an odd case of Successful Boot Legging.
I WAS EATING A TACO AND STARTED CHOKING WHEN I SAW THE CHUNKY AMURO CLONE THING OH MY G O D
It looks like it should be some country’s representative Gundam in the Gundam Fight Tournament.
Christ that thing is ugly. China just can never be original can they? What a sad country.
So it begins…
the one in the third picture looks badass tho
this is a crossover that needs to fucking happen
winter is coming
Holy fuck that must have been cold.
^ you’re Canadian, you and I both know this is completely normal for our people.
Damn this thing is awesome.
Some fine Italian craftsmanship
The newer ones are made in the US but yeah, love Berettas
You can read “MADE IN ITALY” on the slide in the last shot. As I understand it, M9s are America, 92FS’s are Italian. And that’s pretty much the only difference between them.
oooh interesting, I dunno why I was under the impression that they were doing their whole line of pistols in the US.
The “M9” designation does show that a Beretta was made stateside, but just because the ones designated “M9” are the ones made under contract with the U.S. military. A 92F/FS can be made in either Italy or the U.S.