Drake - Hold On, We’re Going Home | Anthony Lee & Pat Cruz Choreography


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thanks for stopping by! we really just wanted the opportunity to not just dance with extremely talented individuals, but also like-minded and good hearted people who have been using their talents to inspire change, growth, and positivity in their respective communities and the world. that, and they’re all also really funny. so here it is, the #manband comin’ atcha.

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SONG: Hold On, We’re Going Home

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Play & Enjoy ⇶ Ant-Man Full Movie in 4K

Release Date : 2015-07-17
Casts : Judy Greer, Michael Peña, Steven Wiig, David Dastmalchian, Anthony Mackie, T.I., Martin Donovan, Etienne Vick, Vanessa Ross, Sebastian Stan, Corey Stoll, John Slattery, Jordi Mollà, Stan Lee, Abby Ryder Fortson, Hayley Lovitt, Evangeline Lilly, Paul Rudd, Gregg Turkington, Chris Evans, Michael Douglas, Wood Harris, Hayley Atwell, Bobby Cannavale
Duration : 115 minutes runtime
Rating : 7.2


First pic: Chris, Nicola and Robert Martin

Second pic: Anthony, Chris and Al Martin (another brother)

Third pic: The Guy with blue eyes and short hair on the left is Al Martin, his band is called The Milk Teeth they do garage rock and indie rock

Fourth pic: Nicola Martin

Fifth: Chris, Al, Robert Martin and I think the girs is the other sister and roumors says that her name is Angela but I’m not sure about that.

Sixth: Alison Martin with Moses Martin.

I’m a spy.


Art by Paleontologist PaleoPoet

On the Formation of Refuge from Drought (2011)
Pencils and pen on paper by Anthony Martin.
Stylized depiction of an earthworm aestivation chamber lined by pellets and with burrow connecting to chamber, meant to keep an earthworm moist during a drought; overall form and architecture based on fossil and modern examples of earthworm chambers.

Parasitoid: In Rocks, No One Can Hear You Scream (2011)
Crayons on paper by Anthony Martin.
Based on fossil cocoons from the Late Cretaceous (75 million years ago) of Montana, and trace fossils in those cocoons (smaller cocoons, exit holes, and burrows) indicating parasitoid insects preyed on the hosts, but also is meant as a nod to the Alien movie series. 

Descent with Modification (2011)
Pencils and pen on paper by Anthony Martin.
Schematic of a typical crustacean burrow system, with a pelleted burrow mound above and branching burrow system below, but branching also reflects evolutionary relationships of the burrowing crustaceans depicted, which are (left to right) ghost shrimp, mud shrimp, ghost crab, lobster, and crayfish.

 SOURCE: The Meme Studio


TOME Bloopers Ep.3 - Fart Noises with Tongues

We’ve dug back into the TOME voice recording archive dating back to 2011 and cut together blooper reels for every episode! Everything from outtakes, mess-ups, cut or alternate lines…and more! Hope you get a laugh or two, ‘cuz we sure did!


“Renly offered me a peach. At our parley. Mocked me, defied me, threatened me, and offered me a peach. I thought he was drawing a blade and went for mine own. Was that his purpose, to make me show fear? Or was it one of his pointless jests? When he spoke of how sweet the peach was, did his words have some hidden meaning? Only Renly could vex me with a piece of fruit. He brought his doom on himself with his treason, but I did love him, Davos. I know that now. I swear, I will go to my grave thinking of my brother’s peach.”