Famous line given by music artist Marilyn Manson in Michael Moore’s controversial documentary Bowling for Columbine. His music was erroneously connected to the shooters by the media.
In reality, the killers didn’t even listen to much of Manson’s music. NIN and Rammstein are two of the bands the killers listened to and mentioned in their journals.
Heaven is a place on earth.
Artist Paul Ribera decided to ruin all of childhoods with warped and strung out versions of 90’s cartoons. Have fun trying to sleep ever again.
this is not ok
^^^ Agreed. Where’s Rocko’s Modern Life?
The actual show probably already did it
Giant squid filmed in Pacific depths, Japan scientists report
by Shingo Ito
Scientists and broadcasters said Monday they have captured footage of an elusive giant squid roaming the depths of the Pacific Ocean, showing it in its natural habitat for the first time ever.
Japan’s National Science Museum succeeded in filming the deep-sea creature at a depth of more than half a kilometre (a third of a mile) after teaming up with Japanese public broadcaster NHK and the US Discovery Channel.
The massive invertebrate is the stuff of legend, with sightings of a huge ocean-dwelling beast reported by sailors for centuries. The creature is thought to be the genesis of the Nordic legend of Kraken, a sea monster believed to have attacked ships in waters off Scandinavia over the last millennium.
Modern-day scientists on their own Moby Dick-style search used a submersible to descend to the dark and cold depths of the northern Pacific Ocean, where at around 630 m (2,066 ft) they managed to film a three-metre specimen. After around 100 missions, during which they spent 400 hours in the cramped submarine, the three-man crew tracked the creature from a spot some 15 km (9 mi) east of Chichi island in the north Pacific.
Museum researcher Tsunemi Kubodera said they followed the enormous mollusc to a depth of 900 m as it swam into the ocean abyss…
(read more: PhysOrg) (image: NHK/Discovery Channel)
Finally after many years of eluding us the Giant Squid has finally been capture on video in its natural habitat.
Congratulation to Dr. Tsunemi Kubodera for being the first scientist to come face to face with this magnificent creature.
And Congratulation to the rest of the scientist who help made this fantastic moment in history possible.
Here you go: A giant squid with the creepiest fucking arms ever caught on video on an undersea oil rig.