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Christopher Walken - Uncyclopedia “What does a guy have to do to get a fucking croissant around here?” “This guy is un-fucking-believable!” “This watch...”~ Christopher Walken on That Watch He Hid Up His Ass for Two Years in that Hanoi Hellhole Oldest Living Human Being (excluding your mom, John McCain, God, Bert Newton, Adam, Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Satan, Hugh Hefner, Scott "Old Man Pfife", that Mongolian who runs that evil toy shop, some old bag in Greenland who closely resembles a Middle-aged Mutant Ninja Tortoise and Keith Richards.) Founder of all three monotheistic religions as well as agnosticism, and more cowbellism and the original prophet of the Church of Walkentology, Christopher Walken, whose name is an anagram for God, is the oldest living human being. Walken has defied death many times. Walken has also entered into the Chuck Norris vs. Little known fact; Walken is a demon cursed with the power to change the flavor of skittles. edit History Part II It is widely believed that Mr. edit Dark Days of the Walken

Decryptimage Design Archives Vignelli Associates (1962-2008) 50 Books/50 Covers of 2010 The 50 best-designed books and book covers published between January 1 and December 31, 2010.View Collection Chermayeff & Geismar (1960-2006) AIGA 365: Design Effectiveness (2011) Push Pin Graphic (1957-1980) 50 Books/50 Covers of 2009 The 50 best-designed books and book covers designed and/or produced in North America between January 1 and December 31, 2009.View Collection 50 Books/50 Covers of 2008 The 50 best-designed books and book covers designed and/or produced between January 1 and December 31, 2008.View Collection Fifty Books of the Year (1930) Communication Graphics (1969) Just Type Work published in 1978-1982 that relies solely on type or handlettering as illustrative elements.View Collection Graphic Explanations: Charts, Diagrams, Graphs and Maps Print charts, diagrams, graphs and maps designed to aid the reader's comprehension of complex information, published in the United States or Canada in 1978-81.View Collection Packaging

A false Wikipedia 'biography' A false Wikipedia 'biography' By John Seigenthaler "John Seigenthaler Sr. was the assistant to Attorney General Robert Kennedy in the early 1960's. For a brief time, he was thought to have been directly involved in the Kennedy assassinations of both John, and his brother, Bobby. Nothing was ever proven." — Wikipedia This is a highly personal story about Internet character assassination. I have no idea whose sick mind conceived the false, malicious "biography" that appeared under my name for 132 days on Wikipedia, the popular, online, free encyclopedia whose authors are unknown and virtually untraceable. "John Seigenthaler moved to the Soviet Union in 1971, and returned to the United States in 1984," Wikipedia said. At age 78, I thought I was beyond surprise or hurt at anything negative said about me. At my request, executives of the three websites now have removed the false content about me. Anonymous author "No, we don't," he said. Naturally, I want to unmask my "biographer."

Speak Up Archives HELLO (AND, WELL, GOODBYE)After nearly seven years of blogging, Speak Up has ceased publication. While this may not be a remarkable amount of time in the world of print and online publishing, the intensity with which we — founders, authors and readers alike — undertook it made it seem as it had been decades. For a thorough description on the reasons to close Speak Up, you may read this post, so as not to take much more space here. This web site is a bare-bones version of the archives for quick and easy perusal of more than 1,600 posts — a replica of Speak Up, as it was on closing day, can be found here, and at any point you can add “as-it-was/” after “speakup/” to the URL to see the original version. To the right you will see all of our categories with a brief description of what you may find. Below are some highlights from our time spent blogging. We hope all this helps maintain the legacy of Speak Up frozen in digital time and that it may be of some use to passersby. WHY SO SERIOUS?

Welcome to Wikispaces - Wikis for Everyone Design Observer Zamani - The Zamani Wiki is designed as a data... Inspiration Forgot your username or password? Create account x Close I am A… New here? Feed your creative appetite with interviews, essays, profiles and personal stories of designers near and far, past and present. Collections Top Ten Tags Showing 1 - 6 of 200 Read more at designobserver.com Designed By: Lella Vignelli March 26, 2014 Photo of Lella Vignelli from the new book via vignelli.com To celebrate their partnership of more than 50 years, Massimo Vignelli has created a freely accessible book dedicated to the work of his wife Lella. Section: Inspiration - Tags: book design, environmental design, exhibition design, graphic design, identity design, product design, corporate design, Celebration Read more at fastcodesign.com How Do You Know When A Design Is Really Done? March 25, 2014 Photo of fiber optics testing from Wikipedia via Fast Company Section: Inspiration - Tags: design research, experience design, interaction design, user experience, user research, advice, technology Read more at labs.ideo.com

The Wikipedia Knowledge Dump (WikiDumper.org) Core77 Main Page - Gamegrene - Ghyll grain edit List of conspiracy theories There are many unproven conspiracy theories of varying degrees of popularity, frequently related to but not limited to clandestine government plans, elaborate murder plots, suppression of secret technology and knowledge, and other supposed schemes behind certain political, cultural, and historical events. Some theories have dealt with censorship and excoriation from the law such as the Holocaust denial. Conspiracy theories usually go against a consensus or cannot be proven using the historical method and are typically not considered similar to verified conspiracies such as Germany's pretense for invading Poland in World War II. Ethnicity, race and religion[edit] Antisemitic conspiracy theories[edit] Antisemitism has, from the Middle Ages, frequently taken on characteristics of conspiracy theory. In the second half of the 19th century conspiracists claimed that Jews and/or Freemasons were plotting to establish control over the world. Armenian conspiracy[edit] Samuel A. Eurabia[edit]

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