Archive for the ‘blood’ Category

Today’s Tom Sawyer, He Gets High On You

December 16th, 2010 by frankie23

Oh, man, now this is the way I want to spend my post-zombie-apocalypse days… Gently sailing down the river, clockin’ zombies in the head from the safety of my giant fucking boat. Make sure you click on the image to see this thing in it’s full, grand beauty. The SS Huckleberry, winner of the 2010 Zombie Safe House Competition, (I didn’t even know such a thing existed!) is secure, has it’s own food production facilities, and is powered by diesel fuel made from decomposing undead! I mean, how wonderful is that? You stay alive, healthy, and your carbon footprint is vastly reduced! There is absolutely nothing I don’t like about that.

Tom Sawyer, Zombie Destroyer: Riverboat Designed To Survive Zombie Apocalypse [Geekologie]


If Knowing The Unknowable Is Crazy, I Don’t Want To Be Sane

December 15th, 2010 by frankie23

Is life getting you down? Do you need a new way of seeing the world? Hey, why not try the Necronomicon? New, horrible vistas of reality will upon unto your eyes, driving you either insane, or causing you to fall on your kneews in anticipation of the dark times. It’ll be great!

Hey, why not try the Necronomicon? [io9]

The Vulcan, The Butcher, and The Chop

June 24th, 2009 by frankie23

Here, here is true WTFery as only the intertubes can provide. Zachary Quinto, the fellow who plays everyone newest favourite Vulcan, is walking his dog in the company of a giant piece of meat and a blood soaked butcher.

If you need more description than that to watch this, I really have to question why you’re on the web at all.

There’s Really No Explanation For This [dlisted]

Wellcome Medical Image Library

July 23rd, 2007 by frankie23

Blood vessels leaving the eye (Wellcome Images)

Isn’t this a treat on a gloomy Monday morning. The Wellcome library has recently released their image collection to the web under a Creative Commons license. With over 40,000 images dealing with medicine from the ages of witchcraft to modern biomedical breakthroughs, and with more images being added constantly, the depth of this archive is intense, and must be experienced to be understood.

Wellcome Images, via Bioephemera

Blood Puddle Pillow

July 18th, 2007 by frankie23

Blood Pool

I don’t really think this needs any further explanation.

Blood Puddle Pillows, courtesy of FromKeetra