usshannibal:

spsmyth:

raiselm:

That episode where Jane was suffering from “Push Button-itis”
Why is she even wearing an apron? Look at that thing. It’s so small it couldn’t catch a crumb.
This is the kitchen I need. All you have to do is select your meal with the handy, modern punch cards and it is prepared for you. The only problem is there isn’t a macaroni and cheese card.

I always like to think that in the idealized future of The Jetsons, the foodarackacycle prepares incredibly nutritious, tasty meals with just the right amount of calories. So, why do they not have pizza every night?

I suppose they could. They could have different toppings every night, different thicknesses and textures of crust, different sauces — it’s be a while before they exhausted all the conceivable combinations. Of course, why Jane bothers to wear an apron at all is beyond me.

Jane makes that shit look good.

usshannibal:

spsmyth:

raiselm:

That episode where Jane was suffering from “Push Button-itis”

Why is she even wearing an apron? Look at that thing. It’s so small it couldn’t catch a crumb.

This is the kitchen I need. All you have to do is select your meal with the handy, modern punch cards and it is prepared for you. The only problem is there isn’t a macaroni and cheese card.

I always like to think that in the idealized future of The Jetsons, the foodarackacycle prepares incredibly nutritious, tasty meals with just the right amount of calories. So, why do they not have pizza every night?

I suppose they could. They could have different toppings every night, different thicknesses and textures of crust, different sauces — it’s be a while before they exhausted all the conceivable combinations.

Of course, why Jane bothers to wear an apron at all is beyond me.

Jane makes that shit look good.

1 August 2014 ·

raiselm:

That episode where Jane was suffering from “Push Button-itis”
Why is she even wearing an apron? Look at that thing. It’s so small it couldn’t catch a crumb.
This is the kitchen I need. All you have to do is select your meal with the handy, modern punch cards and it is prepared for you. The only problem is there isn’t a macaroni and cheese card.

I always like to think that in the idealized future of The Jetsons, the foodarackacycle prepares incredibly nutritious, tasty meals with just the right amount of calories. So, why do they not have pizza every night?

raiselm:

That episode where Jane was suffering from “Push Button-itis”

Why is she even wearing an apron? Look at that thing. It’s so small it couldn’t catch a crumb.

This is the kitchen I need. All you have to do is select your meal with the handy, modern punch cards and it is prepared for you. The only problem is there isn’t a macaroni and cheese card.

I always like to think that in the idealized future of The Jetsons, the foodarackacycle prepares incredibly nutritious, tasty meals with just the right amount of calories. So, why do they not have pizza every night?

1 August 2014 ·

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31 July 2014 ·

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Fantasy meets reality at Disney’s California Adventure.

31 July 2014 ·

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31 July 2014 ·

comicbookcovers:

Marvel Presents #3, February 1976, cover by Al Milgrom and John Romita

Flying, Starhawk, then, from left to right, Captain Charlie-27, Yondu Udonta, Martinex T’naga, and Major Vance Astro (also known as Major Victory). Not the current team, but they could be in a movie too.

comicbookcovers:

Marvel Presents #3, February 1976, cover by Al Milgrom and John Romita

Flying, Starhawk, then, from left to right, Captain Charlie-27, Yondu Udonta, Martinex T’naga, and Major Vance Astro (also known as Major Victory). Not the current team, but they could be in a movie too.

31 July 2014 ·

fastcompany:

You Haven’t Been Dizzy Until You’ve Watched A GoPro Strapped To A Car Tire

OK. I watched this. Kubrickian in it’s simplicity.

fastcompany:

You Haven’t Been Dizzy Until You’ve Watched A GoPro Strapped To A Car Tire

OK. I watched this. Kubrickian in it’s simplicity.

29 July 2014 ·

comicbookcovers:

Justice League Of America #119, June 1975, cover by Dick Giordano

The meme of the JLA in the seventies. A member gets “sick”, “tired”, or “sick and tired” of being in the group and wants out. 

comicbookcovers:

Justice League Of America #119, June 1975, cover by Dick Giordano

The meme of the JLA in the seventies. A member gets “sick”, “tired”, or “sick and tired” of being in the group and wants out. 

29 July 2014 ·

(Source: boomerstarkiller67)

29 July 2014 ·

If you ever need 100% unassailable proof that the Reboot writers are utterly inept and have no grasp of characterization...

phene-thyla-mine:

Just remember that they had Kirk mistake another red-headed Orion woman for Gaila. They not only conceived of this stupidity, they wrote it, they had the actors read through it, they filmed it, and it is only through divine mercy that it didn’t make it into the 2009 film.

Seriously…

Kirk goes…

'nuff said on this point.

29 July 2014 ·

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