Two media giants combined forces today, promising to change our national film landscape forever. With the acquisition of Marvel Comics, Disney Corp has made a bold bid to incorporate popular superhero themes into its more traditional titles. Here is an exclusive sneak peak at some of its upcoming projects…
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Honestly, if I knew it was this easy I would have bailed out halfway through my doctoral program and headed to Cologne. And I would have had to get my doctorate there at that point, cause I have a sneaking suspicion Brandeis wouldn’t have welcomed me with open arms on my return.
Potentials of Submersible Podcasting, Tron Nostalgia, Star Wars Political Philosophy, Sith Lord Gestapos, Trickle-Up Economics, Zen Minimalist U-Hauls, and Serendipitous Car Rental Experiences.
Here’s a recent episode of We’ll Fix it in Post, that I participated in. Later today, I will post the most recent TMR episode — number 115! Really, it will be done. I swear. And that delinquent episode is the only one left between you and the first TMR recorded on video! Heavens to mergatroid!
WiTricity CEO, Eric Giler, demonstrates the newest innovations in the field of wireless electricity. This is a technology that could put a permanent end to the battery industry. If you watch the lecture closely, you may see an Engergizer Bunny Assassin lurking in the scaffolding above.
EMET is a short film produced by Bonsaininja Studios, in Milan. It attempts to depict man’s spiritual struggle versus his pursuit of technological perfection.
FYI, she does not accomplish this feat by slowly feeding the bird to the dog while slowly feeding the dog to the children. Apparently, Kathy Spencer is a coupon savant, and has fine tuned the art of discount shopping into something more akin to Subversive Promotional Manipulation.
This is a worthwhile skill set to have.