This is not a drill! I REPEAT THIS IS NOT A DRILL THE MIRACLE RAINBOWCY IS ONE YEAR OLD TODAY!! These guys have really kept me going and made my life a lot more brighter and finally let me use all those name themes, no matter how difficult it is do pull off berries in this game! I usually forget about anniversaries, not gonna lie, but this time I wanted to do something different: There are a few things you don’t know about them yet so I’ll let you in on some secrets (and some not so secrets) under the cut ;)

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OKAY so me and some friends pitched in to make an EM CAH deck, and recently it’s just been me updating it. I’ve been adding some hilariously fucked up cards (nothing too over the line, but still awful because it’s CAH). 

But there’s this one card I created that was just so fucking disgusting I had to take it out of the deck because good fucking god. And no, it wasn’t even something illegal like inest or pedo shit, it was just fucking gross. It might take me a week for me to calm down about it but holy shit HOLY SHIT I’M DEAD AND GLAD IT’S NOT IN THE DECK ANYMORE I FEEL PHYSICALLY ILL AND FEEL LIKE THROWING UP WHEN I SEE IT



Precision masking.

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Live Blog: The Killers Live at Glastonbury 2017

After a weekend of speculation and rumors, The Killers are set to take to the John Peel Stage at Glastonbury in just a few minutes time.  Assuming that my stream holds, I will live blog the show and update the setlist.

The Killers are scheduled to hit the stage in about 2 minutes; 5:30pm UK time, 12:30pm EST.


  • The ‘K’ has been illuminated. 
  • Mark Stoermer is on stage.
  • ‘What’s up Glastonbury? It’s good to be here.  They say you play the John Peel Stage twice in your career; once on the way up and once on the way down.‘- Brandon Flowers


  1. When You Were Young
  2. Somebody Told Me
  3. Spaceman
  4. Human
  5. Smile Like You Mean It
  6. The Man (Brandon dedicated it to ‘the ladies’.)
  7. Glamorous Indie Rock & Roll
  8. Read My Mind
  9. Runaways
  10. All These Things That I’ve Done
  11. Mr. Brightside

Set has concluded.
Jordan Peele to Produce HBO Series ‘Lovecraft Country’ With J.J. Abrams, Misha Green
Jordan Peele will executive produce the new series “Lovecraft Country,” which has been ordered straight-to-series at HBO, Variety has confirmed. Based on the book of the same name by Ma…
By Joe Otterson

Jordan Peele will executive produce the new series “Lovecraft Country,” which has been ordered straight-to-series at HBO, Variety has confirmed.

Based on the book of the same name by Matt Ruff, the anthology horror series follows 25-year-old Atticus Black, who joins up with his friend Letitia and his Uncle George to embark on a road trip across 1950s Jim Crow America to find his missing father.  They must survive and overcome both the racist terrors of white America and the malevolent spirits that could be ripped from a Lovecraft paperback.

“Underground” co-creator  and showrunner Misha Green will write and executive produce the series, with Peele executive producing through his Monkeypaw Productions banner.  J.J. Abrams and Ben Stephenson will also executive produce through Bad Robot, with Warner Bros. Television producing.

Peele, who broke out on the Comedy Central series “Key & Peele,” has been in high demand ever since the success of his low-budget horror film “Get Out.”  The film, about a black man who discovers a dark secret at his Caucasian girlfriend’s family estate, has grossed almost $215 million worldwide on a $4.5 million budget.

He recently signed a first-look deal with Universal Pictures based on the success of “Get Out.”  Under the deal, Universal will develop Peele’s next film, an untitled social thriller, which he will write, direct, and produce based on his original idea.  In addition, Peele will also produce a wide range of movies for the studio through Monkeypaw Productions, including several micro-budget projects with Jason Blum, as he did with “Get Out.”

For Green, the new series comes along as the fate of “Underground” remains uncertain.  Despite critical praise, the WGN America show saw a drop in the live-plus-same day ratings during its sophomore season.  In addition, Sinclair Broadcasting recently announced they will acquire WGN parent company Tribune Media, with plans to shift focus away from producing original series.  To that end, WGN recently canceled their other original, “Outsiders,” which enjoyed higher ratings than “Underground.”



Edible, invisible “peel” helps produce stay fresh for up to five times longer than normal

  • Nothing stinks (literally) like rotten produce. Roughly half of the produce in the U.S. gets tossed out and wasted.
  • One inventive company hopes to put a dent in that statistic by coating produce with a protective and edible “peel” made from food scraps.  
  • Apeel Sciences, a California start-up that’s backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has developed two types of edible protective barriers that could revolutionize the produce aisle.
  • One “peel” called Invisipeel is applied while crops are in a field while another “peel” called Edipeel is applied after farmers harvest crops.
  • The power of Edipeel lies in the “micro-thin” barrier that rests on top of the peel of produce like avocado, James Rogers, founder and CEO of Apeel, said in an email.
  • “This barrier protects it from abiotic stressors that cause fruits and vegetables to spoil, like water loss and oxidation, as well as biotic factors, like bacteria.” Read more (4/19/17)

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“I think one of the reasons Get Out spoke to the CinemaCon judges is because that experience is the point of the movie in many ways. Let’s say the audience is half black and half white. During the first half of the film, you can tell the two are having slightly different experiences watching it. By the second half, everybody is cheering for the same character, for the black character. It creates a common ground for a discussion about racism.”
— dir. Jordan Peele, Get Out (2017).