Yesterday we went to see the Hobbit and an old man around 70 came and sat down in the row in front of us. He shook hands with the boy sitting next to him and told him that this was his favorite book when he was a teen and he was so excited to see it on screen. We could hear him laugh and mutter things through out the movie, I don’t think anybody in that room was as excited as him.
today VALVe gave a lecture at my college
the developer who came to speak had his laptop hooked up to a projector, so at the beginning when he was looking for the powerpoint he made we saw his document library and all the shit inside it. during the q&a some guy spoke up and was like “when you were going through your files i saw a video called ‘hlife3’, i don’t wanna be that guy but can you tell us what that is”
and hes like “oh damn, you aren’t supposed to see that”
“come on tell us”
so he plays the video
and its a fucking rickroll
i got rickrolled by valve in person
im gonna hang myself
THANK YOU GUYS SO MUCH. YOU’RE LIFE SAVERS. LITERALLY.
I DIDN’T EVEN REALIZE THERE WAS A SWAMP OF SADNESS HERE UNTIL I WAS ALREADY IN IT. THEY’RE PRETTY TERRIBLE. IT’S A REALLY LONG STORY, BUT MY COUSIN ARTAX ACTUALLY DIED IN ONE OF THESE. WHICH IS LIKE, SO SAD TO THINK AB-
AH, DAMN IT.
Photographer James Appleton, 23, from Cambridge, risked his life trekking solo to the area and captured these incredible shots. The Cambridge University graduate spent five days observing the first phase of the eruption from a shack in nearby Fimmvorouhals mountain pass. He spent seven hours battling biting wind and freezing temperatures to get as close to the eruption as possible, against the advice of local guides. Despite being trapped inside a shack there for 48 hours, Mr Appleton managed to trek within 100ft of the volcano.
goddammit iceland stop that
Source: Daily Mail