Test Tube Shattering by Harold Edgerton, 1930s
Edgerton’s 1932 invention of the stroboscopic or electronic flash quickly effected a revolution in photography by enabling artists to work in locations and under conditions that had never before been possible. Although he himself was a scientist, Edgerton’s achievement with the camera secured his place as much in the history of photography as in science.
via: Metropolitan Museum
Movie Poster of the Day: First official poster for The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) — Dutch director Tom Six’s twisted sequel to last year’s gross-out masterpiece,.
Some movie theaters apparently found the disturbing-at-best imagery (embiggen) a bit too unsettling for public display, opting instead for less controversial alternate posters.
Below: The Main Art Theatre’s somehow-more-disturbing poster for the film’s upcoming midnight screening:
hello image i’d never seen before.
there was this big dog in my front yard
Olga was telling me this story on skype earlier
and used fewer words
I just might need a similar meme for this blog:
“Not using contraception — Dr. Cranquis — Enjoy your pregnancy”
“Runny nose — Dr. Cranquis — No antibiotics for you!”
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They had a radio show in Baghdad until last night.
Video here on the last broadcast of Freedom Radio.