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Justa goofin’ from Alan Eisenberg on Vimeo.

just having some fun and doin the stream of my mind

babylonfalling:

“The Disneyland Memorial Orgy” by Wally Wood for The Realist (1967)
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babylonfalling:

“The Disneyland Memorial Orgy” by Wally Wood for The Realist (1967)

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babylonfalling:

“The Disneyland Memorial Orgy” by Wally Wood for The Realist (1967)
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babylonfalling:

“The Disneyland Memorial Orgy” by Wally Wood for The Realist (1967)

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proud-atheist:

Rapture4peace?http://proud-atheist.tumblr.com
proud-atheist:

What would Jesus Drive?http://proud-atheist.tumblr.com

all-thats-interesting:

These Sci-Fi Landscapes Go One Step Beyond “Cyberpunk”

Hubs. Circuits. Transistors. Gearworks. Beeple’s art seems to depict the innards of an intergalactic ark. It goes one step beyond cyberpunk, however: this is pure digital bliss dipped in grounded chrome.

Source: Beeple

megadeluxe:

Renard Speed Shop’s Ducati cafe racer. Via Bike EXIF. #ducati #motorcycle #caferacer #motorsports #tw

megadeluxe:

Renard Speed Shop’s Ducati cafe racer. Via Bike EXIF. #ducati #motorcycle #caferacer #motorsports #tw

thesobsister:

Yeah, so, that is, in fact, Atom jumping out of Wonder Woman’s cleavage, in one of the more gratuitous bits of fan service in Justice League Unlimited (“Dark Heart,” s.1, ep.10)
A flock of Leaguesters are fighting an alien horde of mechanical bugs that self-replicate and devour everything in their path.  The Atom is the only one who can get small enough to get to the spaceship’s core and “reprogram” it.  Blah blah.  So, while a good 40 or so heroes (including such rarely animated figures as Shining Knight, Vixen and Dr. Mid-Nite) fight these omnivorous metal roaches, Wonder Woman is to fly the Atom up to the mothership.
She has him in her hand for a while as she fends off wave after wave of attackers, but then exclaims, “I need both hands to fight!” and deposits him in her bosom.  Now, why Superman or Green Lantern or, really, pretty much any other hero couldn’t have ferried Atom to the fray is not obvious to this viewer.  Except for the fact that such a substitution would’ve precluded the cleavage riding.  In fact, on the way to the battle, Atom rode from Boston to Nevada in Superman’s left ear. 
So…yeah.  Book the Amazon’s bosom for your next flight.

thesobsister:

Yeah, so, that is, in fact, Atom jumping out of Wonder Woman’s cleavage, in one of the more gratuitous bits of fan service in Justice League Unlimited (“Dark Heart,” s.1, ep.10)

A flock of Leaguesters are fighting an alien horde of mechanical bugs that self-replicate and devour everything in their path.  The Atom is the only one who can get small enough to get to the spaceship’s core and “reprogram” it.  Blah blah.  So, while a good 40 or so heroes (including such rarely animated figures as Shining Knight, Vixen and Dr. Mid-Nite) fight these omnivorous metal roaches, Wonder Woman is to fly the Atom up to the mothership.

She has him in her hand for a while as she fends off wave after wave of attackers, but then exclaims, “I need both hands to fight!” and deposits him in her bosom.  Now, why Superman or Green Lantern or, really, pretty much any other hero couldn’t have ferried Atom to the fray is not obvious to this viewer.  Except for the fact that such a substitution would’ve precluded the cleavage riding.  In fact, on the way to the battle, Atom rode from Boston to Nevada in Superman’s left ear. 

So…yeah.  Book the Amazon’s bosom for your next flight.