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the flow 10 (drive)
the flow 10 (drive)
* An escalation by Louis Cyphre *
From the east it's not too far to the west - at least if you're traveling by plane. Canada's a giant, and so we wanted to drive a giant's car. We chose a Jeep Grand Cherokee, and this Jeep became our favorite car ever, 'cause when we left Downtown Vancouver for the Sea to Sky Highway it felt so incredibly powerful that driving was like flying up the streets to Whistler and beyond.
the flow 8 (move)
the flow 8 (move)
* An escalation by Louis Cyphre *
Moving to Toronto is easy: I just close my eyes and I'm there. When I close my eyes I open them in a dream, and dreams always become reality if you believe. I do.
I do believe we're connected to places as much as to human beings and everything alive, and 'cause everything's alive our souls remember all the beats and beams we felt intense enough to create this inner map that lets us travel really fast everywhere we want to.
So I travel, and I do it now. I travel with the speed of light and get the feeling of being in a car driving fast along the shore area of Lake Ontario, my eyes now at the skyline of a place like no other. Here I start.
the flow 1 (play)
the flow 1 (play)
* Eine Eskalation von Louis Cyphre *
Alles von oben zu sehen, ist einzigartig. Ich hätte niemals damit gerechnet, es zu tun, denn zu lange hatte ich so schreckliche Angst davor, in ein Flugzeug zu steigen, dass ich überzeugt war, es nie zu tun. Aber dank Corazon führte London zu New York, und jetzt bin ich über den kanadischen Rocky Mountains, und ich bewege mich mit einer unglaublichen Geschwindigkeit. Ich weiß nicht, wie es funktioniert, dass sich dieses so irrsinnig schwere Flugzeug beinahe zehn Stunden lang in der Luft halten kann, und ich will nicht zu sehr darüber nachdenken, welche Technik dafür nötig ist und wieviele Schaltkreise perfekt aufeinander abgestimmt sein müssen, um dieses Wunder zu vollbringen. Ich will nur weiter nach unten schauen auf diese riesigen schneebedeckten Gipfel, während ich zu begreifen versuche, dass es jetzt in Deutschland schon tiefste Nacht ist.
363 (Daimon)363 (Daimon)
Zunächst mal Danke für deine tolle und sehr spannende Antwort zum Thema "Talent", und nochmal sorry, dass es mit meiner Antwort jetzt doch so lange gedauert hat. Tanja und ich hatten Besuch übers Pfingstwochenende, und Annette und Sabrina (unsere besten Freundinnen) sind sehr agil, was gemeinsame Unternehmungen angeht .
Nach allem, was du geschrieben hast: Ich werde dich nicht wiederholen. Lass uns das Wort Talent mal ganz vergessen, denn wie alles, was aus Buchstaben aufgebaut ist, ist es nur das: Ein Wort, nichts weiter.
Was ich eigentlich meine, ist das, was Gustav Meyrink mal als den daimon beschrieben hat, dieses Unbegreifliche in dir, das dich antreibt und dich Dinge tun lässt, Dinge anstreben und verwirklichen lässt, die niemand auf die gleiche Weise tun kann wie du.
Arbeit, ja. Arbeit ist das, was wir aufwenden müssen, um den Rohdiamanten zu schleifen. Aber der Rohdiamant ist da, und ich behaupte, dass der Rohdiamant darauf drän
Some Girls Lie They're Never LostSome Girls Lie They're Never Lost
* A poem by Beau Cyphre *
Snow White is a beautiful girl
Did her best to turn my world
Made my clan a fabulous place
Took her horses to the race
Rode this stallion face to face
Snow White is a nasty girl
She's living in a nasty world
Made my heart beat face to face
Let my thoughts spin in a race
Whispering words I never gave
My angel's secret kingdom's tower
Rain is falling like a thunder shower
Snow White found her prince in Oz
Some girls lie they're never lost
Hearts beat fast they're made to last
362 (Fury)362 (Fury)
"In meiner Fantasie bin ich der kühlste Mensch auf Erden, in meinen Geschichten spiele ich immer die Rolle der Außenseiterin. Beobachten gefällt mir, aber eigentlich bin immer ich die, die beobachtet und bewertet wird. Naja, verwegene Elfen mit riesiger Macht wird es einfach nie geben, nicht ? Ach ja, die Geschichte die du mir geschickt hast, ist genial. Wenn die Magie nicht da ist, stellen wir sie uns vor- wir denken an sie, wir fassen sie in Worte. du meinst, man soll nicht von Träumen träumen, uns mehr Gedanken darüber machen, dass sie in der Realtität auch zu finden sind. Weil mein iPad fast leer ist muss ich hier ein Ende setzen, aber eine Geschichte müssen wir trotzdem zusammen schreiben!"
"Hey, ich finde Pluto richtig cool! Ich würde gerne etwas mit dir schreiben, von mir aus könnten wir sofort anfangen!"
Hey, freut mich, dass dir die Story gefällt! Pluto ist eines meiner Lieblingsprojekte,
How to find Good Literature on DeviantArtHow to find Good Literature on Deviantart
Does anybody else find themselves frustrated when tearing through the countless pages of nonsense and fan-fiction and erotic prose with furry animals as the subjects? After a long, meticulous process, I’ve discovered a search method for discovering enjoyable pieces of literature on Deviantart.
1) Categorical Mayhem: Start by refining your search to a specific category in the search bar. Pick a certain category you feel interested in, then delve into browsing. Remember that some categories, such as General Fiction, are dumping grounds for loads of writing pieces that generally are just low quality and bad. Try to avoid those is possible, and specify your search down to the medium of writing (i.e. Short Story, Flash Fiction, etc.).
2) Title Savvy: While Fan-fiction is generally interesting to read in some regards, a lot of it is just bad. Like, really bad… I, personally, have found gems within the fan-fiction genre, sparkling diamonds
Review: Phineas and Ferb Star WarsReview: Phineas and Ferb Star Wars
I am a Star Wars fan, have been since I was eight years old. And I do enjoy Phineas and Ferb as well, however I too am a fan of Marvel comics, and I won't lie, I thought that Mission Marvel wasn't the best episode. And when I heard news of the future of Star Wars and word of this crossover, I had my doubts and it took much time for me to build up enthusiasm for it. I had a bad feeling about it.
That being said, what do I think after seeing it? Well...
I enjoyed it. I really did enjoy this a lot, I feel it totally makes up for Mission Marvel. I did greatly like how each Phineas and Ferb character wasn't actually cast as a Star Wars character, rather they were their own that interacted with the ones from Star Wars. I especially loved the scene of the boys interacting with Luke that referred to a cut scene from “A New Hope” where Luke briefly witnesses the opening battle behind the ships. I loved how every character was done, the boys i
Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars Review
ATTENTION: THE FOLLOWING REVIEW IS IN MY OWN OPINION. IF YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH ME FINE THAT IS YOUR RIGHT AND I RESPECT THAT, BUT PLEASE RESPECT MINE OWN OPINION ON THIS. NO NEGATIVE COMMENTS (LIKE CURSING OR MAKING FUN OF PEOPLE WHO AGREE/DISAGREE WITH YOU) OR FLAMING ALLOWED.
ALSO THIS REVIEW WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR THE PHINEAS AND FERB AND STAR WARS CROSSOVER, "PHINEAS AND FERB: STAR WARS” ! IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE EPISODE YET, SEE IT BEFORE SEEING THIS REVIEW.
IF YOU HAVE, THEN ENJOY THE REVIEW.
Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars
Lucy Review - 500 Word Limit
Released in 2014 under the direction of Luc Besson ("Leon the Professional," "The Fifth Element," "Taken") on a budget of $40 million with distribution through Universal Pictures; "Lucy" is Besson's recent sci-fi action thriller that dares to blend fast-paced action and the metaphysical aspect of evolving to the next stage of human evolution: godhood…only minus the Star Child.
Living abroad in Taiwan, Lucy (Scarlett Johansson) is pressured by her boyfriend Richard (Pilou Asbaek) to deliver a suitcase full of synthetic drugs to a drug cartel run by Kang (Choi Min-sik). To deliver the drug, a bag is placed inside her lower stomach and sewn up to transport, but she is intercepted and held prisoner by a rival gang, causing the bag to rupture and leak inside her body, boosting her cerebral capacity past the fictional 10% and allowing her to realize the wonders of the universe around her and allowing her to read minds, move things, collect data at an incredible rate. To h
LOK: The Terror Within Review
Hey everyone. First of all, fuck Nickelodeon.
Their treatment of this series has been absolutely pathetic. This franchise is the best thing that’s ever happened to them – fuck Spongebob Squarepants - and yet when it comes to Korra they seem to want to take any chance they can get to screw them over.
Nick, these guys gave you The Last Airbender, arguably the greatest animated series ever made, you should let these guy do what they want on faith alone. Instead you seem to want to do anything in your power to fuck them over, and in this case blame them when ratings decline.
Nick, you’re Electronic Arts-ing your best ongoing show. For shame.
....with my rant finished, let us take a look at today’s new episode!
What I Liked
The GLORIOUS Fight Scene
With my annual weekly salivating of the shows fight scenes, this episodes may just be the best one yet. The usual compliments are all here; it was beautifully animated and well choreog
RWBY volume 2 episode 1 review
Rwby is back with a vengence.
The new RWBY episode was a great start to the season.
I'll start by saying that the animation has improved significantly. The quality of the models looks better, and I didn't see any visual hiccups either. The team at Rooster-teeth has really improved.
We start off with the Dust shop from last season, now open again (which might I add is a nice touch) and we meet two new characters, Emerald and Mercury. I like these two, they have a good dynamic. I also like Emerald's voice.
Then we get to see team RWBY again, where Ruby has planned one last day of fun before the new semester starts. We dont get to see these plans because a food fight erupts between teams RWBY and JNPR.
Rwby has great fight scenes, and this might just be the best one yet. It showcases the character's abilities while also providing a funny, yet action packed fight sequence.
We also get to se Sun again and we are introduced to Neptune, a membe
Steel sighed as he entered a room. He was, oddly enough, dressed in a gray uniform and had a dirty blonde wig.
“Well, GREAT, Ray. The entire costume party’s ruined.” Steel growled, stomping through his house in irritation as he entered a room, “I thought we agreed that I was going to be Luke Skywalker and YOU were going to be the evil, dark, sinister relative who’s always trying to control me. Y’know, like how things ACTUALLY work.”
At that instant, the lights shut down before being replaced by a dull, red light. Steel heard a familiar breathing noise and turned to see someone clad in a Darth Vader outfit. Oddly enough, a black beret was perched on his head.
“You have learned much, Young Steel...” Ray said, “But you are not a critic yet.”
Steel pulled out a lightsaber and turned it on, unsheathing a bright blue lightsaber. Ray did the same, only with a red one. Steel swung his blade as Ray blocked with his own. Steel beg
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Review
(Caution: Spoilers below)
"Just shoot the fucking monkeys." - Jake Norvell
You know, it's funny; who'd have thought that the Planet of the Apes franchise would come back stronger than before and it's being praised to the high heavens like no tomorrow? I didn't but I can see why it is.
I was introduced to Planet of the Apes not via one of the movies but more like a documentary on the original franchise back in 2001 on AMC, months before the remake came out. As a kid, I was fascinated by what I was seeing, talking apes who ride horses and use guns and they have humans as slaves? What 10 year old didn't want to see that? Of course, I saw the remake first. Let me put it to you this way, before this film, Tim Burton has done better. He even said he'd jump out of a window before he'll make another Apes film. But I did eventually see the original film later on when I managed to get the VHS Five-Film collection for...Christmas, I believe. I kind of don't remember when but it was probably Chris
Demon Critic: Oz the great and powerful reviewOk, here’s the next review in my series of reviews. I hope you enjoy it.
Oz The Great and Powerful Review
DJ was setting up a couch as he saw his crew come in: Street Master, Black Rose, Phantasma, Enigma and Moonfang. “So, what do you need us for, Deej?” asked Street Master, confused.
“Well, given that the Demon Critic thing is in need of some spicing up, I thought we could change it up a bit.” Said DJ.
“Oh yeah, how’s dat?” Street Master asked, confused as DJ smirked.
“Well…since you guys are my crew in this, why not join in? You know, help me review the movies and stuff and help me put everything together.” Said DJ, as the five looked at each other and then…all shrug.
“Sure/Why not?/Sound fun.” Said the group at once, as DJ smirks as the group began to sit infront of a TV.
“So what’s our first review as a team?” asked Moonfang as DJ shows the DVD.
“here’s the movie: Oz:
In Oz: Stop And Stare
In Oz: Stop And Stare
* An escalation by BeautifulExperience *
Never saw a cherry like this! I must laugh and at the same time I admire it for its perfect shape and for all the dreams it provokes. Now I look at cherries in a different way than before - and I hope that nobody notices me when I do.
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