Why Nikola Tesla was the greatest geek who ever lived. Additional notes from the author: If you want to learn more about Tesla, I highly recommend reading Tesla: Man Out of Time Also, this Badass of the week by Ben Thompson is what originally inspired me to write a comic about Tesla.
Ben's also got a book out which is packed full of awesome. There's an old movie from the 80s on Netflix Instant Queue right now about Tesla: The Secret of Nikola Tesla. It's corny and full of bad acting, but it paints a fairly accurate depiction of his life. The drunk history of Tesla is quite awesome, too. History.com has a great article about Edison and how his douchebaggery had a chokehold on American cinema.
Anne Rice FAQ. Whoo, tough one here.
This is a question, as you can imagine, that leads into some dangerous waters. Let's start with age: While there is nothing in the text which specifically states Armand's age when Marius saves him we do know that he's forever trapped in the body of a 17 year old. Text in TVA suggests that Marius knew Armand for 2 years before turning him, which would place him at age 15 when the two of them first met. However, text in TVA also suggests that Armand only just entered puberty when under Marius's care which would make him either a late bloomer or a much younger 11-13. It is canon that the two of them were lovers when Armand was still mortal. So it can now be said that at the very least Marius took an at least 15 year old Armand for his lover. Does this make him a pedophile? What's the verdict, then? I'll let her words speak for themselves (this was taken from the message on her phone line, the number of which was listed earlier): "Good morning everybody.
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Comics - God Hates Bambi. Ian: How to increase tips courtesy of Starbucks Sherman... Why It's Better To Pretend You Don't Know Anything About Computers. Hey girl. I like the library too. 10 Things 90s Kids Will Have To Explain To Their Children. While most things we experienced as tots in that headiest of eras seems pretty self-explanatory (plaid was everywhere, Leonardo DiCaprio was the molten ball of light around which the solar system turned, and there was no color too bright for your sweatpants) there are some things that will be a bit harder to explain.
Here, a primer for when your future children want to know what the hell you were doing with your boxy, multicolored electronics. 1. Topanga was at some point in human history considered not only a legitimate first name for a human being, but the kind of name that would inspire in malleable teenage boys a life-long infatuation. Topanga, in our day, was leading lady name-material. Topanga (pronounced Tah-payne-ga, for those who will have only ever seen in it written down) is the name of the quintessential girl-next-door who will live, along with Feeney, in our hearts forever. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Doesn’t Matter, Played Video Games. Porn Folder.