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Oasis 21 - Nagoya, Japan (2002)

“The roof is a large oval glass structure that floats above ground level. It is filled with water to draw a pattern of uncountable ripples of light and to cool down the temperature of the shopping area and the public space for various events known as “Milky Way Square” below in the summer. A walking path surrounds the glass roof, allowing people to enjoy a stroll in the air 14 meters above ground. The axis of Spaceship-Aqua points toward the Nagoya Castle.”


Kim Young Ae as…

  • Queen Soheon in 500 Years of Joseon: Deep Rooted Tree (MBC, 1983)
  • Deposed Queen Yun in the Diary of Prince Yeonsan (1988)
  • Queen Jangryeol in Jang Hee Bin (SBS, 1995)
  • Choi Suk Bin in The King’s Pathway (MBC, 1998)
  • Queen Myeongseong in Jang Hee Bin (KBS, 2002)
  • Im Baek Mu in Hwang Jin Yi (KBS, 2006)
  • Dowager Yun in the Moon Embracing the Sun (MBC, 2012)
  • Queen Munjeong in Mirror of the Witch (JTBC, 2016)

“I wasn’t prepared for you. For wanting something… “                

San Junipero

Part  Two: 1980-2002              


Black Mirror

Season Three, Episode Four. : San Junipero.

Winner of two 2017 Emmy Awards for best writing and outstanding television movie.

Available on Netflix  


In memory of MCR and alllllllllll their wonderful-ness, i have made this huge ass master-post of every single one of their songs, in order of when they were released. KILLJOYS, MAKE SOME NOISE!! xx

I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love (2002)

Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge (2004)

The Black Parade (2006)

Danger Days: The True Lives of Fabulous Killjoys (2010)

Conventional Weapons (2012-2013)

pbscan - Faster and more efficient stateless SYN scanner and banner grabber due to userland TCP/IP stack usage.
polarbearscan is an attempt to do faster and more efficient banner grabbing
and port scanning. It combines two different ideas which hopefully will make
it somewhat worthy of your attention and time.

The first of these ideas is to use stateless SYN scanning using
cryptographically protected cookies to parse incoming acknowledgements. To the
best of the author's knowledge this technique was pioneered by Dan Kaminsky in
scanrand. Scanrand was itself part of Paketto Keiretsu, a collection of
scanning utilities, and it was released somewhere in 2001-2002. A mirror of
this code can be found at Packet Storm [1].

Originally posted by gifsme