Filia: Stale bread, water without ice, the newest season of the Simpsons aaaaaaand dirt. Also hair fetishes.
Cerebella: With the power of circus mafia titties, you churn out 360 command grabs, poke your opponent in the butt and hustle rocks. You’re gonna give it to them as your opponents suffer in anguish.
Peacock: You have good taste in cartoons but you don’t want anyone to have fun. You laugh at your opponents efforts to get past every projectile you throw at them and even if they do, you pull out a gun to send them back to hell.
Parasoul: You are full of swag and like flair within your combos, always creating new ways to frustrate the opponent with your careful placement of napalms and fancy combos with cuhrayzee overhead/low mixups to truly let all the swag burst out.
Ms. Fortune: Frequenting sites like 4Chan and FurAffinity, you spout out internet memes, thinking you’re hilarious while making many friends. Surprisingly, you have good execution with combos, burst baits and managing your head for spacing to catch your opponent off guard.
Painwheel: Sadomasochism at its finest, you are suffering incarnate, the worst character in the game with bad approach, awkward normals and overall weak pressure, but you toughed it out for 3 years for those delicious buffs to make you a monster with 40 frame overheads and ways to make your suffering onto your enemies ten fold with the damage you do. You are an inspiration to all players.
Valentine: Being a top tier since the beginning, people call you a tier whore for choosing such a flexible rush down character with ambiguous cross ups, mobility, tick throws and set ups accompanied with amazing pressure and resets but really, you just love a bad, ninja nurse with big titties.
Double: Probably a manipulative bastard in real life, always trying to sneak your way in to get your way and preach what you don’t practice. You barrel loop your opponent to death only to sneak in an ambiguous cross under air throw to reset the damage all over again and loop into catheads to stack all the damage you possibly can. You also support the funding of tentacle porn by the government.
Squigly: Your waifu, you cannot disappoint her and must mash divekick in the hopes of winning for her. You get easily offended when people say she smells bad for being a corpse and make angry posts online about it. Also you praise the glorious booty.
Big Band: You have no clue what you’re are doing, but that’s okay because you have moves with tons of armor that do tons of damages and give you untechable knockdowns while having the best dragon punch in the history of dragon punches. All you want to do is play your trumpet and go to your taunt into super with you TUBATUBATUBAing your opponents to death.
Eliza: You are an edgy person who like gore and making your everyone suffer. Sekmet is your best friend with unreactable double overheads and infinite armor as you go in, showing you’re a spooky skeleton not to mess around with. You walk like an Egyptian and sting like the Sahara Desert.
Beowulf: All you think about is wrasslin, you live for the wrasslin and you breathe wrasslin but deep down inside, you know you’re a manchild with nothing better to do but throw chairs around and hope you can get a throw in to slam your opponents. You think you are the hypest character in the game but all of it is in your head and you go slowly insane as you keep playing him.
Fukua: As this character was made with no budget and effort, neither does your play style. You mash jump heavy kick into jump heavy punch for brainless pressure, zone with shadows and fireballs and go into command grabs with armor, you don’t need to think with this amalgamation of Seth from SF4 and The General from Kaiser Knuckle. Even with all the nerfs you have received, you still win all your matches.
Robo Fortune: You frequent sites like Reddit, Twitter and Tumblr while you spouting out dated memes and pretentious proverbs thinking you’re the cream of the crop but you have no friends. You stalk people on social media in the hopes of accomplishing some form of communication. However, your understanding of the game top notch, you know your set ups and you know the proper spacing to set up head traps and how to zone out out even the best of the best.
A two time winner of America’s Most Beautiful Roadster (’89 & ‘91) the 1925 Ford Model T of Ermie Immerso is powered by a 255ci double overhead-cam Indy Ford engine producing 425 horsepower. The Petersen, Los Angeles, CA.
Feat. Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson Warnings: Death, Blood; rated PG-13
[Inspired by kurawastaken]
Nightwing’s ears picked up each whiz and shing while his eyes kept his body in motion, ducking, dodging and flipping with all the agility of a swimmer in water. No one doubted Nightwing’s immortality in the field. He thrived on instinct and adrenaline. He didn’t think, he acted. Nightwing was a human alongside mortal gods, and in the chaos of battle, it was easy to forget what a weak cage human flesh was to the heart.
What a magnificent Duesenberg Town Car. To think this formality was married to a 6.9L straight-8 cylinder engine, with double overhead cams and 4-valves per cylinder. Top speed was 116 mph in 1929, when damn few cars could break 100, and Bugattis and Alfas could only nudge 120.
Happy (late Halloween)!!! Enjoy (or rather, be scared shitless of this scary ass tunnel). (Also, I didn’t take these pictures. They’re from Google Images, and I for one am smart enough to NOT go into a long tunnel, such as the Hoosac (shown in all these images) (which is roughly 4.75 miles long, and at one time in the late 1800’s early 1900’s was the longest tunnel in the world.
(By the way, only the 2nd, and 4th pictures were taken by people in the middle of the tunnel. The other couple of pictures were taken with natural light near the West end, or East end Portals of the tunnel. I only know that because the descriptions explained that.)
The tunnel shown here is the Hoosac Tunnel, in North Adams, Massachusetts, and in Florida, Massachusetts on the other side of the portal. Originally built by the Boston And Maine Railroad, it is now currently owned, operated, and used by Pan Am Railways and Norfolk Southern.
Hoosac means “forbidden” in local Native American Tribal languages. In the construction of this tunnel, over 125 people died due to collapses, cave ins, water leakage (Still a problem today. You can see puddles of water on the sides of the track.)
The original B&M mainline thru Hoosac was actually double tracked, and had overhead wires for electric locomotives because steam engines couldn’t go thru a tunnel this long without possible suffocation of crews and passengers. Too much smoke and carbon monoxide prevented steam engines from going in by themselves so they lashed up electrics which pulled the steam trains thru the tunnels. Quite the unique operation, really. Not a lot of places in the world where electrics pulled steam trains due to long tunnels.
Because of the high rate of deaths in the making of this tunnel, many people speculate that this tunnel is haunted, and thousands of people have been stupid enough to go into this tunnel and try and get a few spooks.
This may be a cool and potentially scary tunnel, but for your own safety, don’t go in there. There are too many trains that go thru that tunnel every day, and overall it’s simply too dangerous. Suffocation from diesel fumes can also be possible.
“This day, @kellyslater caught some of the most amazing waves I’ve ever witnessed in my own life. I’ve been privy to Kelly surfing some incredible waves, and even had him tell me “that was the best wave of my life” in Mexico once… but this was something else. Massive, crystal clear, double-overhead waves reeled down this lonely reef atoll, with not a soul in sight. Sometimes looking like a reverse Teahupoo, other times looking like J-bay at its best… this wave had a few nuances, those being it couldn’t decide which world-class waves to imitate. Kelly surfed all day, tackling each wave with a chess master-like demeanor. On this wave, he got spat out of a barrel. I could have hung up my hat as a surf photographer, for it was as good of a wave as I’ve ever seen the seven seas produce.“