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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,
Do's And Don'ts of Commenting on deviantARTDeviantART is a wonderful website where any person can submit and produce their own artwork and writings. Of course, none of it would mean anything if it weren’t for the commenting system! Comments are a way for the community to express their thoughts and views on a person’s submissions and give their insights on the deviation. However, not all comments are good. So, today I will be offering advice on the dos and don’ts on commenting on deviantART.
1. Do. Have proper grammar and punctuation. It’s very hard to take someone who can’t capitalize, spell, or use proper grammar and punctuation seriously.
2. Don’t. Use Text Speak. Nothing makes me want to delete a comment faster than when it has an LMAO, OMG or LOL in it. It’s juvenile, it’s unnecessary, and please save it for your phones.
3. Do. Offer advice. This is one of the best things you can do for a deviant. Praise is great and all, but nothing can help a person bett
The Chaos Critic Rants about Fairly Odd ParentsOH man I have a lot to say here . . . this is going to take a long time, but at least I remember and know enough of this show to get things I find problematic with this show across. I also admit this review may get . . . picky, but hey, this show's gotten worse in years. I might do a top favorite of my episodes, but that's for another time. This is separate from my Spongebob reviews because I feel I'll get them mixed up if I do them together. I might just start calling them Chaotic Reviews, but I think someone else has that title. BUT, whatever . . . Butch Hartman and Nick own Fairly Odd Parents and I won't waste my breath on that. Please enjoy this riff!
What can I truly say about this show?
It had charm, class, and funny moments. It introduced the running gag to me, while introducing me to the concepts of rules, magic and conscience.
This show ruled.
The Fairly Odd Parents was originally a few shorts on a show calle
OTD: Amazing Spider-Man 2 part 2
“What the heck was that?” Steel asked. He then felt something on his forehead and peeled it off. He looked perplexed as he saw that it was a Sony sticker.
“Steel, the weirdest thing just happened.” Ray said as he, Loon, and Geek walked in, “We had this weird vision of Sony for a split second and, when it cleared away, I somehow wound up with The Last of Us, inFamous: Second Son, the God of War saga, and the first Amazing Spider-Man movie...eh, got three out of four of what I wanted.”
“My 3DS somehow disappeared and was replaced by a PSVita that had Uncharted: Golden Abyss in it.” Lunatic said before adding, in a sad voice, “I didn’t even save my progress in Pokemon...”
“And, somehow, I wound up with all this Sony merchandise in a backpack.” Geek said, unzipping the backpack and showing the contents to Steel, “Camcorders, headsets, music devices, y
'Alien (1979)' Review Science fiction is first and foremost a genre of imaginative fiction, speculating about man or the universe around him. Some science fiction stories focus on the hopeful side of the universe and the belief in benevolent alien life. Many more stories, though, focus on the dangers of the universe and alien life. Alien takes the latter idea and plays it to the maximum, creating the most tense film experience I have ever gone through.
A spaceship crew crash-lands on a distant planet where a newborn alien life force latches onto one of them and comes with them into space. It slowly grows inside one of them (John Hurt), bursts out, and then slowly grows, slowly killing off all the crew.
Alien is a haunted house story set in space, and it works brilliantly. Being cut off from any help with an unknown and literally growing danger, which blends into the blackness of space, plays on one’s nerves to the fu
OTD: Amazing Spider-Man 2 part 1
(A large man with a thin mustache walked over to his closet. He pulled out a Kingdom Hearts shirt before walking out, smirking.
OUTTA THE DVD!
A serious face, a subtle face- You show a lot of faces
The man walked out with a smug look.
As Steel walked by, he passed a black katana and a jar. Two spirits emerged—a samurai warrior and a woman clad in white.
BLACK SHOGUN AND KAZUMI
Even if you're told so, you still don't know what to do
Steel waved as he passed an anthropomorphic skunk and smacked the head of an anthro tiger wearing a Hawaiian shirt. The tiger wheeled around, looking irritated.
BINDITHESKUNK AND XEMNAS1992
All people have a part they're hiding in themselves, right?
Steel yelped as a girl around his age with long, black hair and lavender eyes quickly hugged him.
Like that, like this, like there, I can't say it in words immediately
Steel got free and immediately saw a white, ferret-li
Groink Reviews (Bonus) #1
Show: Family Guy (Modern)
Episode: S10E22b Fatman and Robin
The first bonus review! Here, I'll talk about stuff that I don't think deserves a full review or isn't good enough or bad enough to warrant a review. Today's bonus review is on the controversial Family Guy episode, Fatman and Robin.
For the record, I am a huge fan of Robin Williams, and it was pretty tragic that he passed so soon. What I am not a huge fan of, is modern Family Guy. Obviously. However, there's always a few diamonds in the rough. And this is one of them.
Now, let me give some coverage on this episode. One of the biggest controversies that Family Guy has created is that they predicted the Boston Marathon bombing. This is because there was a cutaway gag involving Peter driving a car through the marathon, with obvious deaths. Now, that's only one gag, so imagine a full episode at people's reins. The obvious answer, though, is that Family Guy hasn't predicted shit. This episode came out in 2012. Robin d
The November Man Review
I'm just going to say this loud and clear, I like Pierce Brosnan as James Bond. Okay, I can see the criticisms regarding him that he played it too safe but I like him in the role all the same. But that being said, Die Another Day is the worst of his Bond work (as well as being the worst James Bond movie ever made) so his tenure ended with a whimper than a bang. And he seems to have moved on from playing the character. And yet, he suddenly felt the need to do a Spy Thriller. Given that he has his own production company, he apparently decided to option the rights to Bill Granger's novel There Are No Spies as a potential vehicle. There are a lot of comparisons to James Bond and I could see that but I don't want to linger on that for too long.
Pierce Brosnan does carry the film well enough. He has a good enough range and is never boring to watch. He even has good on screen chemistry with the other actors around him and bounce off each other well. Hell, his best moments are in fact with Luk
Scotland: Yes or No?
The future of Scotland, my home, was given to us. We had it in our hands and we held it for a moment. After two years of listening, of thinking, of debating it all came down to two little words.
Yes or No.
The 'Yes Scotland' campaign told Scotland facts. The 'Better Together' campaign told us more. Each side said that the others lied, the other believed in a fantasy -a dream world.
We were told we would lose things like our NHS health care, our banks, our news papers, our jobs and even our way of life!
Then we were told that our NHS was under attack from England's plans to privatise our NHS, that our banks were already in England and run by English businessmen, our news papers were printed in England anyway except the odd one or two, we would create new jobs and opportunities and that our only change to our life style would be who we answered to -Holyrood instead of Westminster.
Scotland was split down the mid
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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