installation*

It’s funny how installing ACU took me around 6h and uninstalling it takes like 2 seconds. Nevermind… bye, bye Arno, I don’t think we will meet anytime soon.

Now I can install Assassin’s Creed II, Mass Effect 3 and The Witcher 2

[windows needs to install updates please restart]
me: *restarts*
me: *cleans her room*
me: *takes a shower*
me: *makes dinner*
[windows finally loads after 500hrs]
me: *logs in*
[windows needs to install updates please restart]
me: are you fucking kidding me *restarts*
[windows needs to install updates please restart]
me: aaaaaaaa

anonymous asked:

I sexually Identify as an Attack Helicopter. Ever since I was a boy I dreamed of soaring over the oilfields dropping hot sticky loads on disgusting foreigners. People say to me that a person being a helicopter is Impossible and I'm fucking retarded but I don't care, I'm beautiful. I'm having a plastic surgeon install rotary blades, 30 mm cannons and AMG-114 Hellfire missiles on my body. From now on I want you guys to call me "Apache" and respect my right to kill from above and kill needlessly.

an actual human being took time out of their day to type this and conciously hit send

This is a quick addition to onthegreatsea‘s Project64 installation guide

So the Project 64 download comes with some adware (for them to get funding for the work the do, I assume)

Download the installer here

http://www.pj64-emu.com/downloads/func-startdown/123/

And make sure when you install it, click skip here

Decline here

And skip here

If you have installed this junkware/adware, download Adwcleaner from BleepingComputer

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/adwcleaner/

Run it, scan, then clean. You will have to restart your computer after but this should get rid of it all for you.

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Download Here!

Here’s a little “Demo” of an RPG maker game I’m making. I don’t really have a coherent story per say yet (or even a title) and most of it is being made as I go… but I still have lots of ideas I want to try. It should take around 15-20ish minutes to beat, and RTP data is included so you just need to download and install and… presto it’s ready to play!

If you have any criticism or see a bug or anything please report it to me! I proof read the little dialogue there is but I still feel I may have missed something.

Anyways if you do play it, thank you!

anonymous asked:

Hello Ellen! to start off your blog is so inspirational thank you so much. Anyways i've been doing some research of european universities and i was wondering if you could tell me the prices of universities in your country?

hey, aw you’re welcome! well, if you would be coming as an international student then the prices will be different. At my university, the cost of tuition is £9000 per year, and I took out a student loan for that. The loans company pay the money to the university at the start of year, and then when I start earning over a certain amount of money I will pay that back in installments. I also take out ‘maintenance loans’ {money for me to live off of}, which is paid directly in my bank at the start of each semester… I pay those back too, at the same time as the tuition fee. This is a good article that with more information, and then look on specific university websites!xo

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Osom, threesome rocking at Pinto Art Museum. Actually, we just saw this bed installation in the museum and then we started imagining what if people will prefer to have sex in their public beds because that is the new norm. I wonder, I wonder. Haha.

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“Fancy Animal Carnival” 19 Large Scale Whimsical Sculptures By Taiwanese Artist Hung Yi at  San Francisco Civic Center Through May 2, 2015

One of Taiwan’s most acclaimed contemporary artists, Hung Yi (洪易),  brings his large scale whimsical sculptures to San Francisco in a temporary art installation entitled “Fancy Animal Carnival” at San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza from April 19 to May 2, 2015. Curator and project manager for the San Francisco installation is Cathy Hsu (許芳瑜). The exhibit of 19 large-scale, vividly colored animals, is free and open to the public, spread across the Joseph L. Alioto Performing Arts Piazza on the eastern front of San Francisco City Hall.

“We are thrilled to host this exceptional artwork exhibit in the heart of our City where it can be enjoyed by residents and visitors alike,” said San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee. “Meaningful cultural exchanges of artwork from around the world keep San Francisco at the cutting edge of innovation and artistic expression, and we are proud to be the temporary home of the Fancy Animal Carnival.”

“These playfully contorted animals are imbued with Taiwanese cultural elements,” said Ou Hsien Cheng (歐賢政), Director of Taipai’s InSian Gallery, producer of the exhibit here in San Francisco and also a major sponsor of the Swinging Skirts tournament.  “Hung Yi’s sculpture is enthusiastic and bold, and replete with the dynamism of Taiwanese culture. As innovation continues in the Taiwanese art world, Hung’s stunning creations are worthy of applause and continue to highlight classical elegance.”

“San Francisco is renowned for its public art,” says San Francisco Arts Commission Director of Cultural Affairs Tom DeCaigny. “In recent years, our Civic Center has become the stage for some of the most ambitious temporary art installations the city has ever seen by some of the world’s most celebrated artists. These installations excite locals and visitors alike and help bring economic activity to the area. We are grateful to Hung Yi and InSian Gallery for choosing San Francisco.”

“San Francisco Recreation and Parks welcomes public art in our parks as it often brings an intellectually stimulating atmosphere to our open space,” said Phil Ginsburg, SF Rec and Park General Manager.  “Mr. Hung Yi’s work definitely enhances the cultural diversity of our beautiful City.”

Born in 1970, Taichung, Taiwan, Hung Yi was once an owner of nine restaurants. However,  at the age of 30, he decided to live his life fully as an artist following attention for his work during the “Stock 20 in Taichung Railway Station” exhibit in 2002. Since then, his work continues to be inspired by his surroundings and life experiences. Typical of a Hung Yi creation are bright primary colors and bold, lively constructions. Hung Yi has also gained notoriety for the paradoxical dichotomy of his work that employs traditional motifs juxtaposed with hints of the spectacle of modern visual culture.