Geekocalypse

kooh:

「SoundWrong セーラームーン 」 [☆ pixiv.net ID: 651378]

Sailor Moon girls as lingerie models~ :3

Damnit I already had a weird crush on the Sailor Scouts

I did not need this

NVIDIA’s new GPU proves moon landing truthers wrong
Left: CG recreation. Right: Original photo.

NVIDIA’s new GPU proves moon landing truthers wrong

Left: CG recreation. Right: Original photo.

notmyrealfakename:

taylor-sea:

The progression of video games in a few decades.

The progression in less than two decades*

My brother and I have a special relationship.

My brother and I have a special relationship.

Many thanks! I think I’ll stick with the neutral declension, but if a particular strand of hardass ever comes up in my…

As community manager, I run all the Onyx Path social media. (:

Here, have a thing:

tacticalnymphomania:

I would like to thank theonyxpath for making the insomniac basement flapper Nephandus my most reblogged selfie

question: is Nephandus a genderneutral term, or would a female Nephandus be the first Latin declension (Nephanda)?

Hey, guy who runs theonyxpath account, here.

I’ve seen the plural Nephandi and the singular Nephandus — even in reference to the infamous Jodi Blake — but have never seen Nephanda.

But hey, if you want to use it, go nuts!

Hey Stiffler! I know you and K met online, so I was wondering if you recommend any website/program to meet people online?? Maybe some sort of chat room (I don't even know if people still use those)? Sorry for the weird question!
Anonymous

findchaos:

No.

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That’s not to be rude or anything, it’s just that we met online back in the late ’90s, so needless to say, the internet has changed a lot since then and those sorts of chats just don’t exist anymore.

Instead, I’ll offer you advice: the best way to find someone is to not look for them. No, really.

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In an era with matchmaking sites and apps like OKCupid, Tinder, and god knows what else, it seems like people are trying to make finding their perfect mate as simple as finding the right algorithm. That’s not how K and I found each other at all. I’ll give you the dirty truth:

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We roleplayed together. A lot. Like, hundreds of hours of deep, dark nerdy stuff before we even got to know each other personally. We played lots of different characters off each other and happened to enjoy our chemistry together enough to eventually start chatting on a personal basis. That led to hours of chatting about everything under the sun and only after years of that, we got romantic, and the rest is officially history.

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The moral to that story is that, sometimes, the right person takes a lot of time. It can help to think outside of the usual Dating Box; instead of meeting someone with the intention of a relationship and sussing out all of the detailed personal stuff and interests after the fact, try the whole thing backwards. Go to communities, chatrooms, and group activities that suit your interests, develop a rapport between those people, and make bonds. You could be surprised.*

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*(I mean, hell, at the time we met, I swore I would never date anyone in my life, and I was lying about my age and sex online. Neither K or I expected to fall for each other at first, but that’s what happens when you don’t try. A parting piece of trivia for your thoughts.)

Moral of the story:

Play Vampire: The Masquerade.

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(Or any of many other fine RPGs)

whowasntthere:

I got sad and sketched out a demon chick. I may not be an artist, but I like tits and horns. 

Yes please

whowasntthere:

I got sad and sketched out a demon chick. I may not be an artist, but I like tits and horns.

Yes please

Reblog if you have read fan fiction better than some published books

ursulavernon:

shazrolane:

desert-neon:

bumblegabe:

Help me prove a point

I have never reblogged anything faster.

Unfortunate for the books, but speaks loads about the quality of some fan fics

Oh, hell yeah. Anything by incandescens can stand on my bookcase any time.

Actual novelist James Alan Gardner wrote Fire and Dust, a full-length Planescape novel, on spec in 1995. It was rejected, so he posted it online.

Many fans consider it vastly superior to the Planescape fiction which was actually published.

me: *owns 264 unread books*
me: *buys 17 new books*
me: *rereads harry potter*
GPOY