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josh-greenblog:

I could really stand to have more of a social media presence, but, I dunno, blogging kinda makes me uneasy. It’s not like a phobia, I just don’t like to put myself out there much, which probably doesn’t go well with being an actor. It’s something that deserves working on.

Anyway, look at this weird Japanese Shadowrun, which is basically what I’m all about. 

there’s a whole article on this thing, google translate it.: http://fondationdraco.free.fr/?page_id=325

Because it’s in Japan and they don’t want to portray themselves as racists, metahuman discrimination isn’t really a big factor. Also, since having a renewed Empire of Japan like regular Shadowrun has would be kinda like playing in Nazi Germany would be to a German. Germans have it really good in Shadowrun. BMW is run by a dragon and he’s basically in charge over there. But the Berlin Wall is back up for some reason.

josh-greenblog:

More pictures from Japan’s weird alternate version of Shadowrun. There was a manga apparently, and I can dig it. It keeps Shadowrun’s weird gun fetishism intact.  

sexhaver:

in ninth grade this kid at my high school got a bangbros account from his cousin and he shared the password with two of his friends and because they were all on the same account they could see the collective history of what theyd watched but had no way of knowing who had watched what and after a month or so really weird fetish shit started showing up in the history and none of them knew who was watching it and it eventually drove the three of them apart and ruined their friendship

loltias:

Seeing people the same age as you doing awesome things with their lifeimage

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zerostatereflex:

7 Finger Robot

"The device, worn around one’s wrist, works essentially like two extra fingers adjacent to the pinky and thumb. The robot, which the researchers have dubbed "supernumerary robotic fingers," or "SR fingers," consists of actuators linked together to exert forces as strong as those of human fingers during a grasping motion."

Robot tech, YES.

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