1. albotas:

    Total Recall Gets a Trailer

    Phil Dick is my favorite author, so I’ll watch any of the movies based off his stories, even if they’re shit. But Total Recall (based on We Can Remember It for You Wholesale) doesn’t look that bad. Granted, so far it seems to be a shot-for-shot remake of the 1990 version. The original was pretty campy, which this version seems to be avoiding, so I’m hoping it turns out OK. But like I said, even if Total Recall is total shit, I’ll still see it and love it.

    asdkajshdad I like the shiny. Want.

     
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    sonicalchemist:

ladyatheist:

logicd:

Yup

Neither person would fucking “scare me” if they were walking through my neighborhood at night. Oh, and we’re just straight up lying now and saying that he had “gang related tattoos”? Where did you get that piece of bullshit information? You’re working real hard on finding a reason why Trayvon deserved to die. Why don’t you take a break from spreading all those lies and hatred and have a seat?


Sources OP or you really have no grounds. Id like to know what flipping X ray vision you have to see gang related tattoos under a full hoodie and i’m assuming pants of some sort, being night and all.

Wow, what the fuck. What’s scary is that people can be so damned ignorant.

    sonicalchemist:

    ladyatheist:

    logicd:

    Yup

    Neither person would fucking “scare me” if they were walking through my neighborhood at night. Oh, and we’re just straight up lying now and saying that he had “gang related tattoos”? Where did you get that piece of bullshit information? You’re working real hard on finding a reason why Trayvon deserved to die. Why don’t you take a break from spreading all those lies and hatred and have a seat?

    Sources OP or you really have no grounds. Id like to know what flipping X ray vision you have to see gang related tattoos under a full hoodie and i’m assuming pants of some sort, being night and all.

    Wow, what the fuck. What’s scary is that people can be so damned ignorant.

     
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  4. 16:54 7th Sep 2011

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    Reblogged from euclasedeac

    Tags: comicsnews

    euclase:

comicsalliance:

Evil Scumbag Robs Mentally Disabled Superman Fan Of Enormous Comics Collection 
Mike Meyer, a 48-year-old resident of Granite City, Missouri, was robbed last month of more than 1,800 Superman comic books and collectibles worth approximately $4,000 to $5,000. Meyer, who receives Social Security for mental disability and supplements his income with part time work at McDonald’s, was the victim of an unscrupulous former co-worker who created a ruse to distract the handicapped man while he absconded with the comics, action figures and other collectibles. Granite City police are presently investigating the robbery.
Writing for St. Louis’ STLToday.com, Jennifer Mann tells a story that would make even the worst comic book villain seethe with rage. A man called Gary with whom Meyer used to work at another fast food restaurant ingratiated himself to Meyer during a recent encounter at a comic book store. Meyer invited Gary into his home to inspect the collection, and Gary specifically asked to see the “most precious” comics. The man returned the next night with a woman he identified as his girlfriend, asking if they could watch Superman movies with Meyer. While Meyer and the girlfriend watched films, Gary “disappeared for a while.” Meyer later discovered the theft and informed the police, providing them with what little information he had about Gary, who remains at large.Read more at ComicsAlliance.

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    euclase:

    comicsalliance:

    Evil Scumbag Robs Mentally Disabled Superman Fan Of Enormous Comics Collection
     

    Mike Meyer, a 48-year-old resident of Granite City, Missouri, was robbed last month of more than 1,800 Superman comic books and collectibles worth approximately $4,000 to $5,000. Meyer, who receives Social Security for mental disability and supplements his income with part time work at McDonald’s, was the victim of an unscrupulous former co-worker who created a ruse to distract the handicapped man while he absconded with the comics, action figures and other collectibles. Granite City police are presently investigating the robbery.

    Writing for St. Louis’ STLToday.com, Jennifer Mann tells a story that would make even the worst comic book villain seethe with rage. A man called Gary with whom Meyer used to work at another fast food restaurant ingratiated himself to Meyer during a recent encounter at a comic book store. Meyer invited Gary into his home to inspect the collection, and Gary specifically asked to see the “most precious” comics. The man returned the next night with a woman he identified as his girlfriend, asking if they could watch Superman movies with Meyer. While Meyer and the girlfriend watched films, Gary “disappeared for a while.” Meyer later discovered the theft and informed the police, providing them with what little information he had about Gary, who remains at large.

    Read more at ComicsAlliance.

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