We’ve been keeping an eye on Seeming since they rose up from the ashes of ThouShaltNot, and we’re happy to report that they have just released a new EP that features ‘Silent Disco’. Along with the new track is a cover of Tori Amos’ ‘Precious Things’ and an extended mix for ‘The Burial’. You can […]
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A man stepped out of him with shadowy eyes and a dark soul. "This is me," he cried. "This is me."
Entries by Atnevon
The Mafia is excommunicated, Pesticides and Autism might be linked, XKCD fails to teach Sanctuary the art of Zen, Ann Coulter incites the internet mob, Abortion clinics are no longer allowed buffer zones, Facebook is messing with our heads, Cell phone searches require warrants, Loyalty is no longer a virtue, The Canadians were captured, Aereo […]
Stopping for ducks in the highway leads to two deaths, The bionic pancreas might soon be saving some diabetics, Oyster comes to Android, Rumors about YouTube Music make independent artists angry, An Illinois university offers sports scholarships for video game players, Female NPCs tend to be offensive, Steam wants to eat your money this week, […]
Comcast takes to the air after winning the ground, Netflix does a good job at pointing fingers, Tom Wheeler surprises us in a good way, Canadians escape from prison with a helicopter, Slenderman tries to take Satan’s place, Girls can’t be assassins anymore, and Cygnus shows us how to hack ATMs.
Even more trouble may be on the way for music licensing, John Oliver has a creative outlet for Internet trolls, Pixar gives us the opportunity to bring many nightmares to life, 12-year-old girls stab their friend in the name of Slenderman, Cat people are smarter than dog people, The NRA gives us all a moment […]
Sanctuary was swimming in a sea of fake boobs, Internet commenters say some pretty horrible things about women, Executions in Florida won’t be bound purely by IQ any more, TrueCrypt dies a sudden death, Edward Snowden gives a long interview to NBC, Measles is at a 20 year high thanks to the anti-vaccine movement, Two […]
Joss(h) Whedon gives back to the kickstarter community, Elliot Rodger leaves us all a little more unsettled, Speaking in French might turn you a little more homicidal, Casey Neistat helps us with a list of Facebook annoyances, eBay gets hacked, and Master’s degrees might just be your next job requirement.
Peoria’s mayor may have gone too far in his fight against a Twitter prank, Google now has to remove people from results when they request it, Geocaching is Sanctuary’s chance to search for treasure, A Canadian teen is responsible for lots of swatting calls, Chickens might be getting virtual reality, and H.R. Giger has passed […]
The Oklahoma State Capitol may have a new addition, Another execution gone wrong, Project Greenlight returns, The secret of the pyramids is unravelled, Tennessee gets harsh on pregnant drug users, .wed is a trap, and Portland’s water supply gets a little tangy.
Atnevon insists that Jesus was in fact a Vampire and not a Zombie, Cygnus fakes us out with a story about veterans being treated like sex offenders, North Dakota’s abortion ban has been overturned, XKCD helps to clarify free speech, Wu-Tang Clan fans band together to try to buy their single-copy album, Vox incites the […]