US wants WWIII because its big banks are insolventUS wants WWIII because its big banks are insolvent: HendersonUS wants WWIII because its big banks are insolvent in Personal More Like This
No, the US wants World War 3 because it is controlled by the Rothschilds who want a third war as part of the plan for total global control.
‘An American author and columnist says the United States wants to start a third world war because most of its big banks are insolvent.
Dean Henderson with the Veterans Today made the remarks in a phone interview with Press TV on Monday as he commented on recent remarks made by White House Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications Ben Rhodes who said “stronger” European sanctions “are on the table” against Russia.
“That is just more aggression from the United States and from Anglo-Israeli-US bankers alliance which seems to be just trying every angle to provoke Russians to the World War III because all the big banks are insolvent,” Henderson told Press TV.’
Read more: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/07/28/373149/insolven
The Bilderberg plan to obliterate humanityThe Bilderberg plan to obliterate humanityThe Bilderberg plan to obliterate humanity in Personal More Like This
‘Hollywood has made millions on movies like The Terminator, Blade Runner, and RoboCob, just to name a few. In fact, Robocop is being re-released in the next several weeks. Estulin states that cyborgs or man-machines are the future in a post-human world. Yes, you read that correctly, we could soon find ourselves living in a post-human world.
You may be familiar with the new TV series on FOX called Almost Human where one of the main characters is a cyborg cop. We could see such an interaction between nonhuman and morphed humans in the near future (i.e. Robocop).
In the future of transevolution we will be witnessing a literal fountain of youth, which will result from becoming a cyborg as it will soon be possible to purchase immortality in the future. However, everyone except the super elite will be banned from purchasing this literal fountain of youth.
Your existence, my common brethren, will be similar to what movie goers saw in the Summer
Engineered to failEngineered to fail: Why war, drugs, prisons, health care, debt and education are all theatrical scams designed to failEngineered to fail in Personal More Like This
(NaturalNews) More and more people are wondering today why systems of American government and corporate enterprise don't seem to be working. The education system fails to educate, the health care system fails to create good health, and the border patrol isn't even allowed to protect the border. Why are these systems failing the American people over and over again?
The answer -- which may surprise you -- is that many systems are designed to fail from the very start.
The health care system, for example, would collapse if the American people really got healthy and started taking vitamin D, eating healthier foods, exercising regularly and taking care of their own health. So the health care system encourages "maintenance" of disease rather than preventing or curing diseas
Top food products...tainted with mercuryTop food products containing high-fructose corn syrup tainted with mercuryTop food products...tainted with mercury in Personal More Like This
‘Nearly half of all commercial high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) used in processed foods like soda pop, ketchup and candy is tainted with toxic mercury, according to a peer-reviewed study published in the journal Environmental Health. Among 20 samples of commercial HFCS tested for the heavy metal, nine tested positive, says the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP), the consumer group that spearheaded the study.’
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/045889_high-fructose_corn_syrup_mercury_processed_foods.html
The Brotherhood and the Manipulation of SocietyThe Brotherhood and the Manipulation of Society in Personal More Like This
'“Who controls the past, controls the future: who controls the present, controls the past.” – George Orwell
From the moment our senses first register the presence of our parents we are being shown the way that life apparently is. Through no fault of ours or theirs, our parents begin the programming process as their views of life, shaped by their education, employment and the media are imposed on us. Formal education through schools, colleges and universities continues the systematic indoctrination where the ‘correct’ views and interpretations of science, history and society result in exam passes and the ability to ‘get on’ in life. Alternative views and the rejection of establishment education lead to supposedly lesser jobs and a struggle against economic poverty. Our entire understanding of the world and current affairs is filtered through the mass media, interpreted by journalists and so-called experts.
A Time to StandA Time to StandA Time to Stand in Personal More Like This
Just how much are we allowing ourselves to be subjugated and manipulated? Are we even allowing ourselves to be disallowed to draw our own conclusions and thereby take action?
As long as we’re the audience and they’re the “projectors”, we’ve lost. When we allow ourselves to be positioned in that way, we’re basically following the dictates of a usurping authority and playing by their rules. How can we ever overcome if we maintain that position?
Why is it that people cower to and cooperate with a system that is obviously inherently corrupt and working against humanity? Do we really think we can appeal to, appease or modify these powers, while they indiscriminately stomp on every living area of our lives and refuse to answer to its supposed constituents, never mind follow its own rules?
It makes no sense at all.
Look at incident after suspicious incident from which we’re deprived factual evidence – be they draconian new laws,
The Perfect SlaveThe Perfect Slave is the One that Ignores Its ServitudeThe Perfect Slave in Personal More Like This
Overwhelming evidence that we can no longer ignore, or even question any more, points directly out to the fact that – in this plane of existence-, we are being held captive… by a power vastly greater than ours, whose motives and goals may not have exactly considered our well being but rather our usefulness as a food and resources base. Whether we “chose” to come here in order to live out this experience, or were dragged into this realm by our captors, is something our souls will have to determine individually at some point… most likely, after our passing.
It takes a lifetime (and for the vast majority of us, it never happens), to break through the veil of delusion, and rescue “some” truth from the entanglements of the spider´s web, so cleverly set up to entrap us and enslave us. What we wrongly call “Our World” has a “pseudo” history,
Who are the Puppet Masters?Who are the Puppet Masters?Who are the Puppet Masters? in Personal More Like This
A few weeks ago we were told in the West that people occupying government buildings in Ukraine was a very good thing. These people, we were told by our political leaders and elite media commentators, were “pro-democracy protestors”.
The US government warned the Ukrainian authorities against using force against these ‘pro-democracy protestors’ even if, according to the pictures we saw, some of them were neo-Nazis who were throwing Molotov cocktails and other things at the police and smashing up statues and setting fire to buildings.
Now, just a few weeks later, we’re told that people occupying government buildings in Ukraine are not ‘pro-democracy protestors’ but ‘terrorists’ or ‘militants’.
Why was the occupation of government buildings in Ukraine a very good thing in January, but a very bad thing in April? Why was the use of force by the authorities against protesto
Mind Control: Orwell, Huxley, and Today's RealityMind Control: Orwell, Huxley, and Today's Reality in Personal More Like This
'In 1984, George Orwell paints a picture of a dark, gray world. People are afraid to say anything contrary to the official party line, and surveillance is universal. Even thinking contrary to the party is a crime, and thoughtcrimes may be treated by radical psychological intervention. Information is closely controlled by the party media, and the historical record is routinely edited, so as to conform to the latest party statements.
By contrast, in Brave New World, Aldous Huxley paints a colorful, superficially pleasant world. Personal freedom of all kinds is encouraged, even to the point of being a cultural imperative. In the book a young boy is referred to a therapist, because he doesn’t want to play sex games with a girl classmate. An adult character is considered aberrant, because he is drawn toward a monogamous relationship. Drugs and distractions are readily available for mood enhancement.
Central to Huxley’s world is th
Facebook manipulated users' moodsFacebook manipulated users’ moods in secret experiment to show bad moods spreadFacebook manipulated users' moods in Personal More Like This
‘Facebook manipulated the emotions of hundreds of thousands of its users, and found that they would pass on happy or sad emotions, it has said. The experiment, for which researchers did not gain specific consent, has provoked criticism from users with privacy and ethical concerns.
For one week in 2012, Facebook skewed nearly 700,000 users’ news feeds to either be happier or sadder than normal. The experiment found that after the experiment was over users tended to post positive or negative comments according to the skew that was given to their news feed.’
Read more: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/facebook-manipulated-users-moods-in-secret-experiment-to-show-bad-moods-spread-9571004.html
Anti-Libertarian Cognitive DissonanceI’m currently working on new videos for my Anti-Libertarians Can’t Think playlist, and I’m considering writing an essay debunking some common anti-libertarian arguments.Anti-Libertarian Cognitive Dissonance in Personal More Like This
You can tell I’m in a very anti-libertarian mood, possibly because I’ve been inundated with so many anti-libertarian arguments from anti-libertarian screeds.
Anti-libertarian arguments are like the brooms from Fantasia: they’re easy to chop into bits, but they only keep coming back in droves. They just won’t stay dead!
But there’s one especially egregious argument that I keep running into, and it makes me wish I could simply kill it with fire and be done with it.
Anti-libertarian statists often ask why there haven’t been any libertarian societies. Salon’s Michael Lind once posed
America's Pathetic Minimum Wage?America's Pathetic Minimum Wage? in Personal More Like This
As midterm elections draw near, the Democrats are saber-rattling their bases with cries to raise the minimum wage, and the liberal media is more than willing to propagate their message with such news stories as this HuffPo piece on how "America Is Globally Shamed For Its Pathetic Minimum Wage":The International Monetary Fund on Monday cut its forecast for U.S. economic growth this year, warned of sluggish growth for years to come, and made a bunch of suggestions for getting America's economic house in order -- including raising the abysmally low federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour.
"[G]iven its current low level (compared both to U.S. history and international standards), the minimum wage should be increased," the global financial-stability group wrote in its annual asse
Underfunded Schools? Explain This Sports Stadium!Underfunded Schools? Explain This Sports Stadium! in Personal More Like This
The prevalent myth about our public schools is that they are underfunded. This myth flies in the face of reality when you consider that our country spends more on education per student than any other nation except Switzerland.
This myth especially crumbles when you consider schools such as Allen High School in Texas. The school had enough money—exactly $60 million!—to blow on an 18,000 seat high school football stadium. What’s worse is that the stadium recently shut down—only 18 months after opening!—due to "extensive cracking."
Our schools are underfunded, and yet this school flushed $60 million in taxpayer money down the toilet over a
Daily Pony: Non-Aggression Principle For PoniesHere’s an image I found linked to on the Bogosity Forum:Daily Pony: Non-Aggression Principle For Ponies in Personal More Like This
Normally I blog about politics. Sometimes I blog about ponies. Rarely do both topics mesh as perfectly as they do here. Fluttershy is best spokespony for the non-aggression principle!
More Americans Want To Give Peace A ChanceGood news, fellow libertarians, non-interventionists, and Ron Paul supporters: the majority of Americans are beginning to agree with us on foreign policy:More Americans Want To Give Peace A Chance in Personal More Like This
PewViews on global engagement do not vary much across party lines. Majorities or pluralities of Republicans (52%), Democrats (46%) and independents (55%) think the U.S. does too much to try to help solve world problems, and agree that the U.S. should mind its own business internationally (53%, 46% and 55%, respectively). And close to eight-in-ten among each group agree that the U.S. should concentrate more on our own national problems, rather than thinking so much in international terms (82% of Republicans, 76% of Democrats and 79% of independents).
Same Old AntiGun Song And Dance!Same Old AntiGun Song And Dance! in Personal More Like This
Oh look: yet another mass shooting by a lone gunman leaving several civilians dead or injured!
Oh look: yet more mainstream media sensationalism hyping this incident as though it’s a common occurrence, even though statistics show gun crimes and death on the sharp decline!
Oh look: yet more left-wing anti-gun hysteria demanding stricter gun laws and calling for the head of the NRA president!
I don’t know much about this story, but if I had to wager a bet, I would guess that: 1) the gunman had a history of mental health problems and was taking prescription medication for it, and 2) the shooting happene
Behold The Horrors Of Lawless Anarchy!What would you do if all laws were suspended for a day? Julie "Token Libertarian Chick" Borowski posed this question to her followers on Facebook, and the answers she received may shock and horrify you:Behold The Horrors Of Lawless Anarchy! in Personal More Like This
Oh, the horror! Such ruthless lawlessness! Clearly we need the power of the Almighty State to protect us from the sheer chaos these sociopaths would unleash upon civilized society.
FU PETA! Autism Is Not Something To Fear!PETA releasing controversial ads is as much "news" as the sun rising in the east, but needless to say, their most recent ad has especially put my knickers in a twist:FU PETA! Autism Is Not Something To Fear! in Personal More Like This
Let’s ignore the fact that there's no scientific evidence linking autism with dairy products. The closest thing PETA has as "evidence" are a few anecdotes of autistic children being “cured” after switching to a dairy-free diet. That alone should sound bells and whistles. First of all, anecdotal evidence is not evidence. Second—and this is important!—autism cannot be cured. Autism isn’t a disease that you can get over like a cold or a flu. It’s a mental disorder that you’re
Neil deGrasse Tyson: Overrated!I haven't exactly followed the internet cult of Neil deGrasse Tyson, but if this tweet is any indicator, then the guy isn't quite the super genius others portray him to be:Neil deGrasse Tyson: Overrated! in Personal More Like This
I don't know why they call it social science. It's simple: eliminate the rich. There, I've solved the biggest problems in social science. Try doing some real science sometime.He doesn't even try to sugarcoat his sentiments! He doesn't say "tax the rich" or "force the rich to pay their fair share." He outright says "eliminate the rich." (And I can only assume by guillotine!)
If this guy were truly the genius his followers claim he is, then he could have easily spotted the glaring flaw in his logic: if you "eliminate" the richest people (the richest one percent, I assume), that just make the next people down th
The Social Contract Does Not Hold Up In CourtShane Killian recently released a video explaining how statists should better defend their positions. This video should be required watching for statists before they attempt making arguments against libertarianism and anarchism.The Social Contract Does Not Hold Up In Court in Personal More Like This
How To Argue For Statism
It’s a lengthy video, but every minute is worth the watch. If anything, it’s worth watching just to hear Shane say “You can point a gun at me and make me say 'I'm Twilight Sparkle!' but that won't make it so.”
In all seriousness, the part is when he exposes the absurdity of the Social Contract, explaining how it would never hold up as a legal contract in a court of law:Plaintiff: But your honor, he agreed to the agreement!
Plaintiff: He was born into it!
Judge: Oh, come on! We don't have slavery in this country! Haven't you read the 13th Amendment?
Dave Elliott, An Authentic CitizenWatch depthRADIUSDave Elliott, An Authentic Citizen in Art Features More Like This
A New Wind Lifts Storytelling
First imagined as a bedtime tale for his son by Kenneth Grahame in 1908, The Wind in the Willows has remained in the top twenty children’s stories ever since. But things have been getting weird out in the Willows, as the new comic on deviantART, Weirding Willows, will attest to.
Badger, Mole, Ratty and Mr. Toad are back… but they’re joined by Alice, Frankenstein’s Monster, Mowgli, The White Rabbit, Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny as they defend the world from the Wicked Witch of the West, Doctor Moreau, the Mad Hatter, Mister Hyde and the Queen of Hearts (not to mention the flying nightmare monkeys from Wizard of Oz.)
The new direction tak
Have You Met Zee Captain?Have You Met Zee Captain? in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
Sep 19, 2012 by techgnotic
The chaptered comic strip, has been collected into a 100-page graphic novel – and to the still-uninitiated:
It is not quite like anything you’ve probably ever seen before. The story follows “Zee Captain” and his sidekicks as they amble through a post-apocalyptic landscape. And while that hardly seems new and different, it’s the unusually superlative graphic quality of the comic cells and the Monty Pythonesque dialogues and leaps of logic that can become quite mesmerizing. Zee Captain, his face hidden by a gas mask that gives him a Darth Vaderish look, wears what looks like a Soviet Red Army uniform from WWII, and the strip does have nourish WWII feel. It’s as if the nuclear holocaust on Hiroshima and Nagasaki had never ended and spread to every major city on Earth. But
Mythical Cartography, The Artistry of MapsMythical Cartography, The Artistry of Maps in Art Features More Like This
:icontechgnotic: by techgnotic
"Scars can come in handy. I have one myself above my left knee that is a perfect map of the London Underground."—Prof. Albus Dumbledore
Early life becomes an exploration of invisible parameters, circles beyond circles, as one pushes out to test the boundaries of safety. There is one’s bedroom, one’s home, neighborhood, school and town, state and nation. Early on, maps become important documents – declarations of being and rights and privileges. In the art world, throughout history, maps have been a constant measure of human progress, from the Phoenecians recording their trade routes over 2000 years ago, or pre-Columbian times in which map
Game Of Thrones: Bloody Crowns, Diaphanous GownsWatch depthRADIUSGame Of Thrones: Bloody Crowns, Diaphanous Gowns in Art Features More Like This
Game of Thrones spearheads resurgence in sword & sorcery fantasy art of Warrior Kings & Queens.
Game of Thronesby Asidpk
A very small man can cast a ver
[rant] Truthers, Freedom and ControversyI tend to not stick myself in any particular label or group. I study metaphysics, but don't consider myself a new ager. I study quantum physics, psychology, technology and other things, but I don't really deem myself as any sort of scientist or so-called expert. I understand much about the matrix mind prison and the political scams within this world and the need for us to wake up, but I don't really consider myself any sort of a truther or anything like that. My reasons why, though they may be detailed, are simple in concept. I will use the idea of truthers as a primary focus of the box label dichotomy because I think they tend to urk me even more than the new agers or fundamentalist religious types.[rant] Truthers, Freedom and Controversy in Personal More Like This
Hitler once truthfully bragged, that the beautiful thing about the totalitarian state, is that those who fear it, will emulate it. I don't particularly see that as any sort of accomplishment deserving of bragging rights, but it is a truth in regards to human psychology.
History has shown u
[short rant] Don't Blame YourselfI know that from time to time I have to remind myself of this, so I'm just sharing that reminder with all of you as well. I know how strong the temptation is, to feel as if we have betrayed someone, or are being a shitty friend, or whatever else, when we find ourselves in that position of realizing that there just absolutely isn't anything we can do or say to make the other person realize, believe, see or do anything. Especially when the other person has made it bluntly clear to you that they would LIKE to change their ways, but they think they just aren't able to summon the will power to do so.[short rant] Don't Blame Yourself in Personal More Like This
What other people choose isn't your fault and they would be the way they are even if you were never born. The only thing you can do is just be who you are and let that serve as an example to others. They can either accept or reject that example, as per their right to. But its important to keep in mind that whatever they insist they are going to do isn't your fault. Its not their "fault" either,
[video] What IS Freedom Anyways?Theres actually no such thing as the ability to convince anyone of anything. A mind already made up, is an indestructible locked door. If convincing was actually possible, indoctrination wouldn't exist, because it wouldn't be needed. Like the lady said, the only thing we can do is use fear mongering and violence to force people into submission. Unless of course we were to decide to respect our own rights to be ourselves to the fullest, also with equal respect for others to do the same. Then you create a society in which sharing ideas aids the creative process and improves things, regardless of who agrees or disagrees on what. But we don't live in that society just yet. We live in a society run by psychopaths who are so insecure, that they think the only way to have self control in their own lives, is to control the lives of others. Seeing as it is a neurological fact that the human brain learns by observation of its environment and tries to adapt to that environment in order to survive[video] What IS Freedom Anyways? in Personal More Like This
Ukraine News - World war three and economicsEDIT XIX. :Ukraine News - World war three and economics in Personal More Like This
The Ukraine has accused Russia of attempting to start a third world war and trying to take military and political control of Ukraine. The prime minister of Ukraine, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, has stated that Russia is to blame for the entire Ukraine crisis, for destabilising the country and for the diplomatic emergency this has caused.
(Author's comment: Well duh . . . )
Prime minister Yatsenyuk has openly stated that any soldier in a foreign uniform crossing the border of Ukraine will be shot at without hesitation.
The Hague tribunal will be investigating the killings which happened during the Euromaidan protests. The new Ukrainian government has requested help in the investigation and will abide by their decision.
The Ukrainian Army has started a blockade of Sloviansk in eastern Ukraine, Donetsk Oblast, which is currently under Russian rebel control. This is a more calm approach since during the last clash there were ov
Polandball Monday THREE!Polandball Monday THREE! in Personal More Like This
Wellllllllllllllllllllll hello there!
Before we start, I just wanted to apologise for not getting the Weekly News done during the weekend and thus . . . .
THEY WILL BE TOMORROW ^_^
But now . . Polandball! Enjoy!
You wish Poland
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Venice independance refferendum cleared upEDIT III:Venice independance refferendum cleared up in Personal More Like This
Ok guys, looks like BBC cleared things up for us (as usual XD )
The referendum was an online one although the Veneto authorities consider it official.
Damn, get your shit together media!
EDIT: Ok the strange thing, mastercharlesalbert watched the evening Italian news and there is NOTHING about it . . . I wonder who managed to fool the telegraph and guardian
Venice is ALSO holding an independence referendum?! O_O
Is it a joke?
EDIT: Ok, so apparently it ISN'T a hoax O_o
KDE 4Now KDE 4.10 has been released, the Smoother plasma theme I'm working on will be ready for KDE 4.10. There is nothing major but I'm just making sure it will offer some of the changes in 4.10, specifically new widget handle icons, adapted thin scrollbar design and some other bits that have changed.KDE 4 in Personal More Like This
It's nice to work on themes that don't break in every release, KDE have done a great job in preserving legacy for theme makers throughout the 4 series and extending customisation, UI options for the users. KDE4 isn't a one size fits all design, so never does it force a hard coded desktop design that's half for PC's and half for other devices(i.e like GNOME3, Windows 8, Unity does), it gives you a desktop the way you want it. KDE also made good decisions at the start of KDE4 with Kwin and desktop compositing, you don't need a separate desktop if you don't have 3D acceleration, in fact KDE4 can use Xrender software acceleration, which gives you some of the features of 3D acceleration(like trans
The Devil Is In The DetailI'm taking my time on the Smoother Plasma theme, trying to get the more finer details right everywhere and making sure it looks right for KDE 4.10.The Devil Is In The Detail in Personal More Like This
Here is the add widgets dialogue.
Here are the tasks.
Of course the details need to be smooth so I've paid attention in keeping the theme looking smooth all round and consistent. Hope you like it so far.
GNOME Shell Themes Packed For GNOME Tweak ToolFinally packed my GNOME Shell themes for the GNOME Tweak Tool yesterday, so now you can easily load the themes into the tool and switch themes. it's a great little tool for tweaking and changing settings in GNOME 3.GNOME Shell Themes Packed For GNOME Tweak Tool in Personal More Like This
It's really easy to make a metadata file for the themes but now myself, I can make themes quicker by using the tool as well, since I can edit the themes locally and have them already, since I use the tool for testing my themes
Install covergloobus for Ubuntu 12.041. Download from https://launchpad.net/~sausageandeggs/+archive/ppa/+packages - covergloobus_1.7-0~361~precise1.tar.gzInstall covergloobus for Ubuntu 12.04 in Personal More Like This
2. Unpack and go to recipe-1.7
3. In terminal:
sudo apt-get install automake
sudo make install
4. If not work, install python-xlib and python-support
Install emerald for Ubuntu 12.041. Install packages (in terminal):Install emerald for Ubuntu 12.04 in Personal More Like This
sudo apt-get install git autoconf libtool libwnck1.0-cil-dev libwnck-dev intltool libdecoration0-dev gawk
2. Download emerald
3. Install, in terminal (if you download to Downloads folder)
./autogen.sh && make clean && make distclean && ./configure --prefix=/usr && make && sudo make install
RU version by me - http://fucknhack.blogspot.com/2012/03/how-to-emerald-ubuntu-1204.html
JP version by sakuraiyuta (check for fix Segmentation fault!) - http://sakuraiyuta.tumblr.com/post/22907649635/ubuntu-12-04-emerald-segmentation-fault#disqus_thread
how-to fix Segmentation fault by mirbaharobert - http://comments.deviantart.com/1/292806813/2544778377
TRIBUTE TO MADEMOISSLE ALICEI FOUND THE BOX IN AN OLD WARDROBE, IT WAS HIDDEN UNDER THE OLD CLOTHES THAT UNCLE WAS NOT USING THEM. I BROUGHT IT TO MY UNCLE, HE SAID “IF YOU ARE CURIOUS ABOUT ALICE, HERE YOU CAN FIND HER ADRESS” WHILE HE WAS PASSING TO ME A LETTER WRITTEN BY A NICE HANDWRITING. WE STOP TALKING FOR SOME TIME, THEN HE ASKED ME TO READ THE LETTER. HE WAS LOOKING OUT OF THE WINDOW AT FIRST, ONE CAN SUPPOSE HE WAS NOT LISTENING…AFTER A FEW MINUTE HIS VOICE JOINED TO MINE, HE WAS REPEATING HER WORDS, HE GOT THE WORDS BY HEART ONE BY ONE…TRIBUTE TO MADEMOISSLE ALICE in Art Features More Like This
I SPEND THE WHOLE AFTERNOON AT “PATISSERIE MARQUISE” THINKING WHAT TO DO.
BECAUSE YOU EVEN DON’T COME TO FACE THE TRUTH ABOUT OUR FAITH, I DECIDED FOR BOTH OF US. BUT FIRST I WANT TO TELL YOU ABOUT SOME TRUTH….I LOVED YOU MECID, LOVED YOU AS YOU ARE; BUT THAT WAS NOT ENOUGH. YOU LOVED A GIRL FROM ISTANBUL FOR PLACING YOUR SELF
GREECE-LAND and SOME GREEK ARTISTS....GREECE-LAND and SOME GREEK ARTISTS... in Personal More Like This
WHO CAN NOT AGREE IF I SAY I AM IN LOVE WITH THE BEAUTY AND CULTURE OF GREECE-LAND
BECAUSE THE CULTURE SOURCES OF WESTERN WORLD RISES FROM THAT COUNTRY, WE USE MANY FREEZES and MYTHOLOGIC FIGURE ACCORDING THEIR ARTWORKS OR CREATIONS. WHEN WE TRY TO USE COMMON THINGS IN OUR ARTISTIC SYTLES WE RUN TO THEIR VERY RICH LIBRARIES. SO THEY HAVE MANY BIG ARTISTS and THEY ARE LIGHTENING OUR BRAINS SINCE AGES...I AM NOT MEANING ONLY HOMEROS, SOPHOCLES, PLATON OR OTHER CLASSIC ARTISTS...THEY HAVE MANY GREAT A
The Resource RoundupHalloween EditionThe Resource Roundup in Personal More Like This
The Resource Roundup is a new, regular feature showcasing some of the best resources deviantART members have created to share with the world!
The deviantART Resources Gallery is an awesome asset for both beginning artists and seasoned pros. Check out some of these amazing submissions, which might help inspire your next artistic endeavor.
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Abstract Brushes 13 by Ghost-001-Crack Effect Brushes by funerals0ngGrunge Brushes 3 by KeReN-RCobwebs Photoshop Brushes by redheadstock:thumb200310505:
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My Other Bloody Method by Lady-Dementia-StockPhotoshop Zombie Walkthrough by conzpiracyHomemade Blood Tutorial by CaptainShort1Peeling Skin and Gore Tutorial by Deadstar-GrishTutorial: My Na'vi Avatar... by SolarShineThe Lighting Tutorial - Part 1 by kuschelirmel-stock
Art We Heart [Halloween Edition]Art We Heart [Halloween Edition] in Personal More Like This
Art We ♥ is a new hand-selected art feature, chosen by deviantART staff members, showcasing art we believe the community will enjoy.
Home to nearly 200 million works of art, deviantART is an artistic mecca — catering to every creative whim. DeviantART has you covered, offering something for everyone... whether you’re a professional artist looking to build a following, an amateur looking to hone your skills, an art appreciator looking for the latest art trends, or an Internet enthusiast looking to build connections with like-minded people. No matter what you’re passionate about or interested in, deviantART will help you find more of what you’re looking for!
Creepy & Horror
Feast Macabre by Arum1966
Vampire Love by necromangadomina noctis by Princess-of-Shadowsdeath eater cuff by JuleeMClarkPulsed through my Veins by wrongcoordinate:thumb
Is anyone here still running windows XP?If you are running Windows XP for any reason then please don't be shy - just let us know here. It could be on a secondary machine or as your main machine. Please tell us what you plan to do to secure that system for the future.Is anyone here still running windows XP? in Personal More Like This
The reason being that I will post here the tasks that I intend to perform to secure any XP systems that I run and I'd be happy to post your own suggestions here too and create an 'Deviant XP protection blog' that will be useful in the war against malware and the nastiness that is out there. Excuse any typos.
I'll start listing the software that I run to secure that XP system and the mindset that you need to continue to successfully run an operating system like XP. I'll also add some facts/opinions as to why running an 'older' o/s might be a good or bad idea with regard to security or functionality. We won't be arguing as to why you should run this o/s or that, all are useful in some regard. This is meant to be a helpful post for XP users rather than being a rant
Anyone noticed how journal entries are superior?Has anyone else here noticed how superior the DeviantArt journal entries are over individual deviations? In a standard deviation DeviantArt restricts you to only one image at a time with a simple text description and perhaps a link or two. The resulting page is very lacklustre and only shows one perspective, a single image in a fairly empty space. You may think that the image may need more context and more media to illustrate the concept but at the moment it can't be done in a typical DeviantArt submission.Anyone noticed how journal entries are superior? in Personal More Like This
There are other places that do it better that allow a collection of related images and media in order to create a 'project' that shows your main image in a more complete light. For example, Behance.net allows precisely this, see this description of the steampunk orrery widget to see a 'project' that displays the imagery, embedded video media in a very beneficial light: http://www.behance.net/gallery/18798921/Steampunk-Orrery-Calendar-Clock-Yahoo-Widget-118
It is quite pretty and wel