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Bold - Jaehyun (M)

Requested: can I request a Jaehyun smut of any kind idc I’m just thirsty for that boy God save me

A/N: Everyone is thirsty for Jae, bless up

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You sat between Jaehyun’s legs on the couch, his muscular arms wrapped around you and his long legs caging you in. Your apartment was filled with silence as you both stared at your TV screen, waiting for something to happen. He chose a raunchy horror movie for you both to watch, so far it wasn’t too bad. Loud and long moans spilled from your TV speakers, your breath got caught as you stared at the screen.

“Why are they-”

Jaehyun clamped a hand over your mouth and shushed you. His fierce eyes were trained on the TV, watching everything. You squirmed a little, trying to get his heavy hand off your mouth. You felt his arms tighten around you to stop you as you brushed the small tent forming in his pants. Suddenly a ghoul popped up on the screen. You let out a muffled scream and you both flinched backward.

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Hiatus Kaiyote - Borderline with My Atoms (Live at The Corner)

Melt into the other world
Melt
Melt
He saw my eyes turn gold and reptile
I dream tonight bare and baptised, bear and baptised,
Coyote bones flex the muscle of animal spirit old
A bond so simple
Borderline with my atoms borderline with my atoms borderline with my atoms borderline in time it alkalines
After the coal has settled deep beneath ash resting quiet as silk the remedy tampers the willing
A ripe submergence of the highest order no borders
After the coal has settled deep beneath ash resting quiet as silk the remedy tampers the willing
A ripe submergence of the highest order
No borders
Borderline with my atoms borderline with my atoms borderline with my atoms borderline with my atoms

Time for a new phone

My S6 edge is starting to drag and be diffacult to charge. I was going to wait for the S8 to come out but I found a deal where if you pre-order the LG-G6 you get a free 49 inch LG TV and google home speaker. 

It looks like a great phone, and our 10+ year old bedroom TV is about to die - so how can I pass that up? :)

This will be my first non Samsung phone in 5+ years… It almost feels like I am cheating :) 

Now I have to wait 3 weeks for it to ship :p

Little Battleborn Things #1005

Finally hearing the game through headphones, and the sheer audio quality makes it sound like a Whole New World! There’s so many tiny auditory details that I had never noticed through my tv speakers!

*another beautiful submission from the blessed Battleborn mirrordemonnema. 

Astrology and Jobs

( Using your Midheaven would be most accurate, but if you’re lazy your sun sign could work as well. To find your midheaven you will need your time of birth. Visit cafeastrology.com)

 

Aries Midheaven: Athlete, soldier, drummer, journalist, cosmetologist, mechanic, engineer, etc.

Taurus Midheaven: executive, chef, politician, gardener, musician, cosmetologist, banker, architect, interior designer

Gemini Midheaven: journalist, translator, talk-show host, public relations executive, novelist/poet/writer, marketing, teacher

Cancer Midheaven: Historian, realtor, marine biologist, zoologist, baker, gardener, caterer

Leo Midheaven: actor, publicist, theatre, hairstylist, reality TV-show personality, speaker

Virgo Midheaven: Naturopath, housecleaner,  statistician, archivist, technician

Libra Midheaven: guidance councelor, art dealer, artist, beautician, graphic designer, interior decorator, human resources, lawyer, referee, mediator, architect

Scorpio Midheaven: Forensics, private investigator, psychiatrist, researcher, surgeon, sex therapist

Sagittarius Midheaven: publisher, anything involving animals/pets, clergy, interpreter, professor,

tutor

Capricorn Midheaven: accountant, professional organizer, financial planner, real estate developer, cahier, general laborer, computer programmer

Aquarius Midheaven: mediator, weatherperson, rocket scientist, social worker, conceptual artist, astrologer, engineer

Pisces Midheaven: pharmacist, bar tender, religious teacher, film maker, photographer, animator, addicitons councelor

 

The planets in the 10th house (Midheaven) (briefly explained)

Sun: Your job is where your sense of pride comes from

Moon: Natural insight and understanding of other people

Mercury: Very good at communicating your ideas

Venus: Will most likely have success because of friendly, loving, or outgoing nature

Mars: very passionate about career, and will put much energy into it. Very driven and professional.

Jupiter: brings success, good fortune, and prosperity to your career.

Saturn: Great perseverance in reaching your goals.

Uranus: Needs a job that expresses their indivduality.

Neptune: can be unclear in your career objectives, and fluctuate with your decisions.

Pluto: You like to be on the top, and desperately want to make an impact in the world.

Sumerian Vocabulary: The Living Room

Stealing another vocabulary listing image from andreasdadler (who completed this in Latin).

1 & 5 banshur “table” // 2 aktum “rug” // 3 kikal “floor” // 4 guza “chair” // 6 bun “lamp” // 8 ab “window” // 10 nad “sofa, couch” // 11 kushanuum “pillow” // 12 sumur “ceiling, roof” // 13 ngishzi “wall” // 14 shubilla “cabinet”

15-18: There are no words in Sumerian for television, VCR, radio or speaker. You can probably come up with vocab words of your own for these items, though!

19 ngishnaashna “small couch” // 20 u “plant” // 21 & 26 nu “picture, painting” // 22 pisang “frame” // 24 ningtab “fire-box” or izi “fire” // 27 ngadub “tablet case”

7, 9, 23, 25: I don’t know of good words for “lampshade”, “curtain”, or the parts of a fireplace. If you do, let me know!

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Aria Living

Created for: The Sims 4
The set contains 2 chairs, loveseat, sofa, coffee table, Tv-sidetable, endtable, bookcase with extra slots, Flatscreen tv, decorative dvdplayer, speaker working like an audioset and decoration stuff. Make sure that your game is fully patched and up to date for this set to show and work correctly in the game.

http://www.thesimsresource.com/downloads/1338920

Computer specs:

I5 4690k

16 gb Corsair Vengeance RAM

Gigabyte G1 GeForce GTX 970

Asus Z97 mobo

Coolermaster Extreme 2 725W PSU

128GB Corsair SSD

1TB Seagate HD

NZXT Phantom 410 White/Blue

Monitors:

2x Samsung 24" LED Syncmasters

1x LG 24" IPS LED

Accessories:

Razer Blackwidow Chroma

Razer Naga Epic Chroma

Logitech G430/Steelseries Siberia V2 Blue

Logitech Z623 Speaker system

TV:

42" Vizio M-Series Smart TV

One sick Ikea desk way too many LED strips, and one makeup mirror, of course.

I used Amazon's Alexa to control a Ford Fusion and I'm convinced it's the future of driving

(Amazon)

Amazon’s Alexa is coming to all kinds of devices. 

Bluetooth speakers, TVs, even light bulbs are getting the Alexa treatment these days. But Amazon is also targeting automakers with the technology. 

The internet giant has partnered with a number of car companies to work with them on integrating the smart voice assistant into new vehicles. 

In January, Ford became one of the first automakers in the US to begin rolling out the technology in select cars. 

Owners of the Ford Focus Electric, Fusion Energi, and the C-MAX Energi can currently use Alexa while at home to perform certain vehicle functions.

For example, owners can use their Amazon Echo or Dot at home to do things like lock or start the car remotely by simply saying “Alexa, ask my FordMobile to lock my car,” or “Alexa, ask my FordMobile to start my car.”

This summer, Ford owners with SYNC 3 access will also be able to use Alexa in the car to do things like check the weather, play audiobooks, and even control smart home devices. 

I recently had the chance to check out a 2017 Ford Fusion Energi, which is one of the vehicles that has the Alexa home-to-vehicle features enabled, and was pretty impressed with how useful the technology was.

(The 2017 Ford Fusion Energi is a hybrid that has an all-electric range of 22 miles.Cadie Thompson/Business Insider)

Currently, there are six tasks you can ask Alexa to perform with the Fusion Energi.  

You can control the locks, check the vehicle’s range (both electric and gas), remotely start and stop the vehicle, check the odometer, check the battery charge, and check the tire pressure. You can do all of this via a simple voice command to your at-home Amazon Echo. 

There were several times I parked the vehicle and forget whether or not I had locked the doors, but instead of leaving my apartment and running down the street to check the vehicle, I simply asked Alexa to handle it. I also just enjoyed the novelty of asking Alexa to check the range of my car from bed before heading out. 

But the most useful part of the home-to-vehicle integration was definitely using Alexa to start the car ahead of my morning commute so that by the time I got in it, it was nice and toasty. 

(Before you can use Alexa to access your car, you must enable the MyFord Mobile skill in the Alexa app.Cadie Thompson/Business Insider)

These are all admittedly pretty simple tasks that Alexa can be used for at home, but they are just the tip of the iceberg of what’s possible with the technology. 

Once Ford rolls out Alexa’s vehicle-to-home integration, owners will be able to use voice commands to control all of Alexa’s skills. For example, while driving, users can add items to shopping lists, listen to their news briefing, and search for nearby restaurants and stores. Users could even access the Starbucks Alexa skill while driving to order a cup of coffee on their way to work. 

Drivers will also be able to control Alexa enabled smarthome devices, like a connected thermometer or smart lights, from their vehicle. 

Ford’s adoption of Alexa is just the beginning of the company’s plans to connect its cars to the world around it. 

As cities become smarter and cars become autonomous, it will become more important for vehicles to be connected to the world around them, Ken Washington, Ford’s vice president of research and advanced engineering, said at a press event in January at CES. 

“This is the tip of the iceberg. It’s teaching us and it’s giving us the experience of how to interface two totally different ecosystems to create a great new experience,” Washington said. 

“You can just imagine a future where this ability to connect by voice, or to connect Ford’s digital ecosystem with another ecosystem will be extremely important,” Washington said. 

Ford, though, isn’t the only major automaker integrating Alexa into its vehicles. 

Volkswagen announced in January that it plans to integrate Alexa into its new vehicles, and BMW and Hyundai have also said they will offer Alexa-enabled features in select cars.  

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Matsuhana headcanons

- they have a small cabin behind their apartment in the garden (from the last owners) and they love hanging out in it after work or on the weekends. They have snacks there, a big couch, speakers, a tv and a ps4. It’s perfect for every weather. They also throw parties sometimes but as mentioned it’s a very small cottage so it’s normally just 3-4 other people.

- makki is addicted to buying candles. He has a whole collection of different scents (like cinnamon, vanilla, strawberry, mint, lavender, orange..) Matsukawa works in a big store which sells many sorts of candles and always brings home the new ones for his boyfriend.

- they have a chain of lights above their bed and the lightbulbs have the shape of stars. They hung it up on their first day they moved in. It’s honestly the best investment they ever made, it’s incredibly calming to look at while dozing off at night.

- one time they visited an amusement park and made a challenge: who could get the most phone numbers. Hanamaki got 3 but Matsukawa got 10 numbers, which made makki jealous. Like, really jealous. Thinking about all the people that could steal his perfect boyfriend made him shiver. Matsukawa noticed right away and just threw the sheet of paper into the next bin.

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Omnibot 2000. Everything you’ve heard is true.

High technology electronics makes Omnibot 2000 our most versatile and advanced robot. And most personable. A motorized head and flashing headlight-eyes give the 26-inch Omnibot 2000 true charisma.

His fully articulated right arm and grasping hand can lift an object off a table, carry it and set it down. Add his motorized tray and this high-tech humble servant can pour and serve drinks. He has two speeds and can move in every direction over any surface, including shag carpeting.

You can even pre-program Omnibot 2000 for wake-up duty. Just set the day and time on his 7-day, 24-hour timer/tape memory, show him the path to follow and record your morning message. Or put in your favorite standard cassette tape. At the magic moment, he’ll turn himself on and be at your service.

More than just a pretty face, Omnibot 2000 is practical. His multi-function accessory panel makes him a mobile 6-volt power source for appliances like a small television set. Or external speakers for his cassette player-5 inputs in all. He can even be adapted to function as a light timer. He comes with storage space, a rechargeable battery and recharging unit. And carry handles make him easily transportable.

1985 is surely the year of the robot. And Omnibot 2000, the robot of the year.

I used Amazon's Alexa to control a Ford Fusion and I'm convinced it's the future of driving

(Amazon)

Amazon’s Alexa is coming to all kinds of devices. 

Bluetooth speakers, TVs, even light bulbs are getting the Alexa treatment these days. But Amazon is also targeting automakers with the technology. 

The internet giant has partnered with a number of car companies to work with them on integrating the smart voice assistant into new vehicles. 

In January, Ford became one of the first automakers in the US to begin rolling out the technology in select cars. 

Owners of the Ford Focus Electric, Fusion Energi, and the C-MAX Energi can currently use Alexa while at home to perform certain vehicle functions.

For example, owners can use their Amazon Echo or Dot at home to do things like lock or start the car remotely by simply saying “Alexa, ask MyFord Mobile to lock my car,” or “Alexa, ask MyFord Mobile to start my car.”

This summer, Ford owners with SYNC 3 access will also be able to use Alexa in the car to do things like check the weather, play audiobooks, and even control smart home devices. 

I recently had the chance to check out a 2017 Ford Fusion Energi, which is one of the vehicles that has the Alexa home-to-vehicle features enabled, and was pretty impressed with how useful the technology was.

(The 2017 Ford Fusion Energi is a hybrid that has an all-electric range of 22 miles.Cadie Thompson/Business Insider)

Currently, there are six tasks you can ask Alexa to perform with the Fusion Energi.  

You can control the locks, check the vehicle’s range (both electric and gas), remotely start and stop the vehicle, check the odometer, check the battery charge, and check the tire pressure. You can do all of this via a simple voice command to your at-home Amazon Echo. 

There were several times I parked the vehicle and forget whether or not I had locked the doors, but instead of leaving my apartment and running down the street to check the vehicle, I simply asked Alexa to handle it. I also just enjoyed the novelty of asking Alexa to check the range of my car from bed before heading out. 

But the most useful part of the home-to-vehicle integration was definitely using Alexa to start the car ahead of my morning commute so that by the time I got in it, it was nice and toasty. 

(Before you can use Alexa to access your car, you must enable the MyFord Mobile skill in the Alexa app.Cadie Thompson/Business Insider)

These are all admittedly pretty simple tasks that Alexa can be used for at home, but they are just the tip of the iceberg of what’s possible with the technology. 

Once Ford rolls out Alexa’s vehicle-to-home integration, owners will be able to use voice commands to control all of Alexa’s skills. For example, while driving, users can add items to shopping lists, listen to their news briefing, and search for nearby restaurants and stores. Users could even access the Starbucks Alexa skill while driving to order a cup of coffee on their way to work. 

Drivers will also be able to control Alexa enabled smarthome devices, like a connected thermometer or smart lights, from their vehicle. 

Ford’s adoption of Alexa is just the beginning of the company’s plans to connect its cars to the world around it. 

As cities become smarter and cars become autonomous, it will become more important for vehicles to be connected to the world around them, Ken Washington, Ford’s vice president of research and advanced engineering, said at a press event in January at CES. 

“This is the tip of the iceberg. It’s teaching us and it’s giving us the experience of how to interface two totally different ecosystems to create a great new experience,” Washington said. 

“You can just imagine a future where this ability to connect by voice, or to connect Ford’s digital ecosystem with another ecosystem will be extremely important,” Washington said. 

Ford, though, isn’t the only major automaker integrating Alexa into its vehicles. 

Volkswagen announced in January that it plans to integrate Alexa into its new vehicles, and BMW and Hyundai have also said they will offer Alexa-enabled features in select cars.  

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