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Bully tells that whatyoumecallherlady to fire up TB1 oh-oh

oh shit

Surprised they don’t have a major trauma after this because damn 0_o

They ridiculously survive of course without any scratches, duh don’t ask me how, it’s a bad spy-kids movie.

“No sign of them.”

Mullion bully: “Of course not, the little brats went up like firecrackers. Pop, pop, pop!” Also I love how this guy delivers his lines they make me laugh

[He laughs at Brains and Brains moves to punch him but Hoodie stops him with his mind control powers] dang I wanted some badass Brains action

Hoodie is getting tired and just wants to rob some banks already with his new stolen toys.

Meanwhile the kids are alive and on the beach, poor Fermat can’t swim. See this what I mean Alan about telling your friends about your brilliant plans, give them a warning next time you stupid bby.

Fermat not knowing how to swim is weird tho, because he lives in a house with a swimming pool and a Tracy brother who’s probably half fish oh welp

No comment Tin-Tin scaring them in their undies omfg lmao

“Nice drawers” this fucking movie I swear

BUILDING TECHNOLOGY

WINDOW- an opening in the wall for admitting light and air.

SASH- the fixed or movable framework of a window

PANE- division of a window consisting of a single unit of glass

MUNTIN- rebbeted member for holding the edges of window pane within a sash

MULLION- the vertical member between the lights of a window

WINDOW WALL- non bearing wall composed primarily of vertical and horizontal framing members

#architecturereview #arkireview #architecture #buildingtech #window

BAYBAYIN- the pre-colonial writing sustem of the Filipinos. Baybayin comes from the word “baybay”, which literally means “spell”. It was often mistaken as Alibata, from the arrangement of the Arabic alphabet, after it was coined by Paul Rodriguez Versoza.

So stay from using the term alibata and educate others also.

#Philippines #Filipino #FilipinoPeople #heritage #nationalmuseum (at National Museum of the Filipino People)

I been on this computer putting in window mullions for the past 3 hours. Idk what happened. I turned on my computer, opened up my model, looked down and it was 6 o'clock. What the fuck???

Watch on wholeinter.net

On Time-Lapse Rocket Ride to Trade Center’s Top, Glimpse of Doomed Tower

From the moment the doors close until they reopen 47 seconds later on the 102nd floor, a seemingly three-dimensional time-lapse panorama will unfold on three walls of the elevator cabs, as if one were witnessing 515 years of history unfolding at the tip of Manhattan Island.

Nine 75-inch, high-definition monitors are arrayed in each cab behind windowlike mullions to convey the impression that one is in a glass-walled elevator.

The show was designed and produced by the Hettema Group of Pasadena, Calif., and Blur Studio of Culver City, Calif. The overall architect is Montroy Andersen DeMarco of New York.

Mr. Kerschner said the elevators travel at 2,000 feet a minute, or 23 miles an hour. The observatory is 1,268 feet above ground, making it the third highest in the Americas, after the CN Tower in Toronto (1,467 feet) and the Willis — formerly Sears — Tower in Chicago (1,354 feet). The adult admission fee is $32.

WATCH THIS NOW: A breathtaking time-lapse elevator ride from 1 World Trade Center

It’ll cost you $32 to visit the One World Observatory beginning in late May when it opens to the public atop the new 1 World Trade Center. And when you do, you’ll travel at around 23 miles per hour in the new elevators. But if you want to see what the trip will be like right now, there’s a magnificent 47-second time-lapse video of Manhattan’s history as seen from that vantage point, including the tragedy that took place on 9/11.

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The images, showing a panorama of New York City beginning in the 1500s, will be projected on nine 75-inch high-definition monitors in each elevator car, The New York Times reports, placed behind window-like mullions that give you the impression you’re traveling to the 102nd floor in a glass elevator.

For less than four seconds, you’ll also see “an imposingly realistic vision of 2 World Trade Center,” which will then disappear from the skyline.

“The event is certainly a key part of history,” chairman and chief executive of Legends Hospitality David W. Checketts said, referring to the 9/11 attacks. “We did not think you could ignore it. Having it appear in the year it did and disappear in the year it did was the respectful way of addressing the fact that it was part of the landscape.”

The company was chosen in 2013 to operate the observatory.

A video showing the amazing time-lapse video, as it will be seen in the five elevators that climb all the way up to the observatory, follows below. More details about the panoramic images seen on the screens available at the source link.

My Raint of the 2004 thunderbirds movie

Universal Pictures,

In 2004 you guys made a movie remake of Gerry Anderson’s Thunderbirds. From what I have heard lots of people say it is crap.

Here are the reasons why,

Firstly, the script writers should have given more lines to actors, Phillip Winchester, Lex Shrapnel, Dominic Colesno and Ben Torgerson, because I think Brady Corbet is the centre of attention.

And who’s idea was it to add the characters of Fermat, Transom and Mullion. Because I think think the character of Fermat was becoming the know it all one instead of the character Alan Tracy.

Secondly, you guys should have kept the characters original ages and personalities.

And this film is convincing us that bloody brainless idiots can fly 200 ton rocket ships without asking ‘how do I fly this thing’.

And since when did Gordon know how to fly Thunderbird 3, guys he was the aquanaut on Thunderbird 4 for heavens sake.

Here is my finished piece a postcard, this postcard depicts Mullion Cove the original setting of the painting. I wanted to keep the main setting of the original piece as it is the main aspect of the painting which captivated me. Instead of making a painting I wanted to use a founds item or some sort as this is something I have never done before. 

"My actions embolden the hopes of the people."

Atia looked out from the mullioned bedroom window before her, gazing down onto the pretty cobbled streets and neat houses of Rurikton. Though from Krytan lineage herself, the architecture of the district had always calmed her husbands blood and she had been happy to move there when they were wed. She had to admit, it looked beautiful even now, overcast and drenched in rain.

Turning from what little light was let through the window Lady Atia Habberon glided towards the bedside table and lit a candle. Just one, for now. Night would take its time in smothering the city and even through the rain clouds the sun still let in some light. Looking towards the crib in the corner of the room, Atia found herself wondering when her newborn son would wake.

That same crib had protected all of her five children in their infancy. Markus, Dayton, Reordin, Thea…

“No” She silently scolded herself. “Not yet. Too soon…”

Atia distracted herself by smoothing out the creases in her skirt, the dark black sills laced with gold still heavy on her skin. Her Lord Husband had begged her a thousand times to remove her mourning clothes. “Not yet, my Lord. It’s too soon. It is the proper form. We bury our hope in place of her corpse.”

From the corner of the room her newborn son began to mewl, piercing through the sound of the raindrops pounding against the stonework and tiles. It was a sound Atia knew would all too soon be replaced by his hungry wailing. She gathered her thoughts and settled them on her boy, their one ray of light in their darkest of hours. He had woken early this time. Too soon, perhaps.

As she slipped her garment gently from her shoulders and prepared to feed her child, Atia comforted herself with the same mantra she repeated every day. It was like a charm to her, a protective amulet that kept thoughts of her daughters fate away, and she repeated it once again as she stared into the innocent face of her infant son.

“I tried, daughter. With that act, I freed you.”