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The Simpsons from 1987-2009

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The Simpsons from 1987-2009, Click 2 enlarge!
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Plastic pennies: 100 for $3.49

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100 for $3.49!
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Emotional body maps

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Researchers at Aalto University in Finland have compiled maps of emotional feelings associated with culturally universal bodily sensations, which could be at the core of emotional experience. The researchers found that the most common emotions trigger strong bodily sensations, and the bodily maps of these sensations were topographically different for different emotions. The study asked 700 participants from Finland, Sweden, and Taiwan to watch a series of emotional words, stories, movies, or facial expressions while coloring in areas on paper body silhouettes where they felt increasing or decreasing activity. Putting all of the data together resulted in the images that you see above. “Unraveling the subjective bodily sensations associated with human emotions may help us to better understand mood disorders such as depression and anxiety, which are accompanied by altered emotional processing, autonomic nervous system activity, and somatosensation (body sensations),” the researchers said in an open-access paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Gif: Cat

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Cat's wave

Disney Princesses As "Game Of Thrones" Characters

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Artist Sam Tsui(DjeDjehuti user) reimagines Disney Princesses as Game of Thrones characters.
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Gif: Bunny swarm.

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Bunny swarm. Filmed on the Japanese island of Ōkunoshima.
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Fort Boyard

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Located in a sea bay between Aix and Oléron Island (La Rochelle, France), Fort Boyard is a stone building conceived as an artificial island, originally built to protect the harbours of Aix Island (Île-d’Aix) and Rochefort. Due to the limited ballistic artillery range in the late 17th century, the site was seen as a gap in the line of defense which the fort should have filled. Building started in 1801 and was completed in 1857. Fort Boyard is oval-shaped, 68 metres (223 ft) long and 31 m (102 ft) wide. The walls were built 20 m (66 ft) high. At the centre is a yard, and the ground floor provided stores and quarters for the men and officers. The floor above contained casemates for the emplacements of guns and further quarters. Above that were facilities for barbette guns and mortars.
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Kate Upton's Zero Gravity Bikini Shoot

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These are some pictures from Sports Illustrated of Kate Upton modeling two $20 Target bikinis in nearly zero gravity aboard a vomit comet. More images jump more.
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How To Pick The Perfect Video Game To Play

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This is a flowchart made by the folks at Silver Oak Online Casino of how to pick the perfect video game to play. Big pic!
"The games below aren’t always the latest in a series. Each game was chosen to try and best fit the chosen characteristic. Make your way through the flowchart and see what game is best for the answers you supply. Then turn on your system (or emulator) and get to work."
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A Building Shedding a Plant Like a Snak

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This photo was posted by Redditor this bores me.

Faces of Olympic Figure Skating

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Face of figure ice skaters at Sochi. . Look at their beautiful motion getting frozen into a horrible derpy freak show... More photos jump more.
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Cool Sochi Helmets

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The cool sochi helmets from the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.(images: Murad Sezer/Reuters) More images jump more.
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Alien vs. Superman

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image via Dragonarte.
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Gif: Flappy Bird VS. Mario

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Flappy Bird VS. Mario
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The New York Subway 1981

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1981, 22-year-old Florida photographer named Christopher Morris spent 6 months documenting the plight of New York City’s subway system. Time writes:
"New York was a very different place in the 1980s. Throughout America, and the world, it had a reputation for being a crime-riddled, dirty metropolis – one much changed from its bustling, mid-twentieth century prime. And nowhere was this more evident than on the city’s subway trains and platforms. Once the pride of Manhattan and the boroughs, the network had become a virtual no-go area both at night and during the day. Indeed, even a cursory glance at crime statistics shows us that in 1985 there were approximately 14,000 underground felonies – a far cry from today’s approximate 2,000. " More images jump more.
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