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Explore Lists Reviews Images Update feed Categories MoviesTV ShowsMusicBooksGamesDVDs/Blu-RayPeopleArt & DesignPlacesWeb TV & PodcastsToys & CollectiblesComic Book SeriesBeautyAnimals View more categories » Added by Alabama1971 on 22 May 2010 04:58 1359885 Views 82 Comments Vote! Mind F*ck Films Add header image Choose file... or enter url: Sort by: Showing 18 items Decade: Rating: List Type: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) Alabama1971's rating: Being John Malkovich (1999) The Butterfly Effect (2004) Donnie Darko (2001) Eraserhead (1977) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) Fight Club (1999) Identity (2003) Inland Empire (2006) The Jacket (2005) Jacob's Ladder (1990) The Machinist (2004) Memento (2000) Mulholland Dr. (2001) November (2004) Stay (2005) Total Recall (1990) Vanilla Sky (2001) Voters of this movie list - View all These movies will mess with your mind. Added to 52 votes Listal Members With Most Over 100 Votes of Lists (645 lists) list by imanshole Published 3 days, 2 hours ago 5 comments 22 votes NaZeem

John Dies at the End » New Contest Winners! John’s Article! Shit! Updates » November, 2010 New Contest Winners! John’s Article! Shit! Monday, November 8th, 2010 I did an article over at Cracked.com. Also, here are the second round of winners of a free signed copy of the JDatE goddamn paperback! Crochet Soy Sauce Spider by Sam Salinas This is what effort looks like. Group Painting by Jordan Chapman Jordan sent us a step by step series of pictures as he was creating this piece, and it was pretty cool to see it take shape. Actual Tattoo by John Wait Ok, I’m making this one a winner, but I need you to understand something: This will be the only tattoo that wins. Jesus Painting Laser Gun Thing by Marcos Rodriguez If I had to pick one picture that described “John Dies at the End,” this one would be it. Roach Hand by Justin Ross When I first saw this, I said, “Holy shit,” and sent it to Wong. Clay Sculptures by Shelbie Anderson I can’t stop looking at these. What Are You Up To? John Drawing by Shawna Brown Corey Gleason’s Insane Child Buy the book, if you wish. Twitter

When it drops | helping you keep track of the newest releases 350 Photoshop Tutorials | Best Photoshop Tutorials Photoshop is what makes the virtual world seem alive. Its nothing less than a blessing for designers. The Internet is full of Photoshop Tutorials and you will find a tutorial on each and every tool. With that being said, we understand that these tutorials require time and effort to find so we’ve saved you both. Who knows, after going through these tutorials, you may end up being the next big thing in the world of Graphic Design. This article is divided in 14 Sections: Advertisement Tutorials for Beginners 5 Common Photoshop Myths Solved for Absolute Beginners In this post, author will provide 5 Simple, Yet Useful Photoshop “How-to”s for Absolute Beginners. More Information on 5 Common Photoshop Myths Solved for Absolute Beginners How to Use and Create Brushes in Adobe Photoshop This tutorial will show you how to get and use brushes. More Information on How to Use and Create Brushes in Adobe Photoshop A Beginner’s Guide to Photoshop Masks – Part One Bridge is Going to be Your Best Friend Fire

10 ways to find more pleasure every day Daily pleasure aren't difficult to find, and can be as simple as looking outside. While happiness can be elusive, sources of pleasure are fairly easy to come by Learning about wine and petting an animal are a few ways to add pleasure to routine Keeping sentimental items and simply smiling are two more pleasure producers (RealSimple.com) -- Go ahead: Indulge yourself. Top your cone with another scoop of ice cream. I'm not a happiness guy--there's nothing new that I can tell you about how to live a fulfilling life. Pleasure, on the other hand, is a purely instinctive reaction with a brief life span: 30 seconds to an hour or two, tops. RealSimple.com: 26 low-cost, make-you-smile ideas 1. Of course, you can overdo it. RealSimple.com: 10 ways to be happier 2. 3. RealSimple.com: 25 easy, instant energy boosters 4. 5. RealSimple.com: What is the best thing money can't buy? 6. How to make positive changes in your life 7. RealSimple.com: Small gestures with a big impact 8. 9. 10.

Chapter 17 17.1. The problems with reading the scriptures In the meditation for April 13 in A Net of Jewels (1996), Ramesh says, "We do not really live but are being lived. In the meditation for August 9, he says, "Anyone who has truly apprehended that it is impossible for him to live independently according to his own "will power" would naturally cease having any intentions. The title of this chapter misconstrues the living dream because we as individuals are not living; we are being lived. For the purpose of ease in communication, we shall often use the active voice as though there really are individuals doing something, rather than the passive voice, which is more appropriate for describing events happening spontaneously (causelessly). "All you can do is to work for the sake of the work. Ramesh explains that the nondualistic interpretation of this verse is that nobody has the freedom to choose whether or not to work. "You have control over action alone, never over its fruits. 17.2. 17.3.

9 Ridiculous Cooking Myths You Probably Believe We don't expect all of our readers to know everything about cooking. At least some of our readers probably aren't expert chefs (though, yes, we assume that most are). It's OK if everyone doesn't know how to properly prepare a blowfish, or how to pair the right wine with the right dinner. You're not a master chef by any means, but you still know a few basic food truths, right? Well guess what: You're wrong about those, too. #9. The sandwich is, without question, the best thing ever discovered by man (suck it, penicillin!) GettyTime for FedEx overnight. That's why coming home to a loaf of stale bread is absolutely the single worst thing in life (suck it, AIDS!). The Reality: Wrong. GettyIt's too late for this loaf. #8. OK, you can't make a sandwich because all of your bread is stale, so you've decided to make a nice lobster (often called "the sandwich of the sea") instead. GettyBe honest. Except it isn't screaming. GettyNow this is just a useless pot of untortured meat. #7. #6. Yep! #5.

Symbolic Significance of Hanuman, the Most Ancient Superman Jayaram V Those who are familiar with Hinduism and the epic Ramayana know Hanuman very well. He is considered to be the greatest devotee ever born on earth. He is one of the main characters of the epic Ramayana, who played a very crucial role in the liberation of Sita and destruction of the demon king, Ravana. He was blessed by Sita, wife of Lord Rama, to remain active in the earth plane till the end of the time cycle. His surrender to the divine cause and his devotion to Lord Rama was unique, exemplary and unconditional. According to Hindu mythology, Hanuman was born to Kesari and Anjana Devi, with the blessings of Lord Siva. Hanuman was the chief minister of Sugreeva, the brother of Vali whom Rama killed in a rather controversial manner from behind a tree, instead of engaging him in a direct fight. The epic Ramayans narrates how their first encounter took place. Symbolic Significance of Lord Hanuman It can also expand or contracts itself at will (again like Hanuman).

First Time Moms: What to Expect in Your First Labor | Organic Mama Cafe As I get ready to give birth again, I’ve been thinking a lot of past labors and how they feel in relation to second and third labors. The first time was SO different from the second both in terms of physical ease and, I think, in terms of knowing what to expect and probably feeling a little less fearful. Since so many of my girlfriends and readers are getting ready to labor for the first time, I wanted to spend a little time talking about this today. First, it’s really normal and perfectly fine to feel a little fearful of the unknown. The best way to get over fear is to examine it, answer it and move past it. 1.Educate yourself about birth and pick a doctor who fits your philosophy of birth by asking open ended questions. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Girls, don’t freak out about seeing your own vagina. 13. A few more thoughts… As you near birth, something wonderful happens that helps you to overcome your fear (if you’re feeling any). Focus on recovering and enjoying that new baby!

Free Jam Tracks and Backing Tracks 13 Real Animals Lifted Directly Out of Your Nightmares Nature seems to have a limitless supply of creativity. From giant spiders to gamma ray bursts, nature has gotten more mileage out of the same old material than the writers of The Simpsons. But sometimes the things she comes up with are so goose-fucking insane they make Crispin Glover look like Jean-Luc Picard. We're talking about creatures that seemed to have abandoned all earthly processes of evolution to achieve pure horror. Like... Deep Sea Hatchetfish A.K.A. the Fish That Will Eat Your Soul Also known as the fish of the damned, it appears the only reason we don't hear their curse-filled lamentations is because they're underwater. They only grow to be about four and a half inches long, but their bite-sized terror is potent--they hide in the deep during the day, then rise up at night, returning once more to the abyss as day breaks. The Squid with Teeth (Promachoteuthis Sulcus) Looking like a human mouth surrounded by tentacles, this thing could have come straight out of bad horror anime.

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The 5 Most Mind-Blowing Things That Can Be Found Underwater Exploring the depths via scuba or free diving is one of those things that seems really cool in theory. Then you swim around in a pool for 36 hours, go to the man-made lake you heard had a flooded town and discover a bunch of muddy brick foundations. It turns out that lakes in the Midwest are about as full of adventurous treasures as the towns around them. But, like the 28 percent of the Earth that's not covered in water, if you pick the right spot at the right time of day, you can find stuff down there that will blow your mind. #5. A group of amateur cave explorers discovered a river in Mexico with banks, trees and leaves just like an ordinary river, but with an additional metric shit ton of "WTF," because they were hovering 25 feet over it in scuba gear when they discovered it. Anatoly Beloshchin"We're calling it the Meta-River." While underwater water doesn't seem possible, the "river" is actually a briny mix of salt water and hydrogen sulfide. Anatoly BeloshchinSCU2BA diving. #4. #3.

Stanley Kubrick's favorite films by Joshua Warren Created 10/27/12 Edit List I think Kubrick would have loved The Criterion Collection if he was still alive today and quite a lot of the films that have been cited as his favorites are in the collection. I have presented these films here in no particular order. Cited films that aren't in the collection: Eraserhead, Citizen Kane, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The Godfather, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Dog Day Afternoon, Roxie Hart, Hell's Angels, An American Werewolf in London, E.T. (sources: Update: I've given this list a sort of 'revision' in the light of the 'Master List' that was recently published by the BFI (25 October 2013).

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