Hell Incorporated

tourbillon-tum:

I was on Pandemonium yesterday and a /co/mrade was wondering if there was an Ahsoka model for MB2. I made a replacement a while ago that:

  • Replaces Serra Keto with Ahsoka and her sounds
  • Replaces RAB24 with Cad Bane and his sounds

It also replaces many character’s sounds with their Clone Wars sounds, including:

  • Aayla Secura
  • Barriss Offee
  • Kit Fisto
  • Ki-Adi Mundi
  • Luminara Unduli
  • Quinlan Vos
  • Shaak Ti

The regular sounds for these characters are pretty awful, this replacement will make the game more enjoyable.

Drop the PK3 into your Jedi Academy/GameData/MBII folder.

You remembered! My life is complete!

mirrorofsorrow:

Marilyn Manson at Chile.

It was a great concert, I’m so happy to have been able to finally see him. It really felt like something that’s not from this world, his presence is that of a god.

Oh, colonialism…

Oh, colonialism…


"I like to hold guitars like I hold women: rough and inappropriately"
- Marilyn Manson

"I like to hold guitars like I hold women: rough and inappropriately"

- Marilyn Manson

I wish I could make excuses as clever as that one

I wish I could make excuses as clever as that one

Graffiti from ancient times. The one that’s known by most people is the one that portrays what some people believe to be Jesus of Nazareth with a donkey head. They call it graffito blasfemo or Alexamenos graffito. Maybe it’s mockery of christian cult from the third century, but it’s not certain. 

undr:

Henri Cartier-Bresson
Rome, 1952

ghost-of-gold:

CHAR AINA, Armour Plate

17th - 18th Century

Persia (Iran)

Wootz Steel, gold.

Height: 24.4 cm.

A Char Aina of unusually high quality, forged of wootz damascus steel with a faint gilt inscription at the center, the borders lavishly inlaid with pious inscriptions in gold. Retains its original fretted and gold-inlaid buckles.

Source & Copyright: Caravana Collection 

vcrfl:

Adolph Menzel: Blindekuh, 1867.

vcrfl:

Adolph Menzel: Blindekuh, 1867.

If Manson was king, I’m sure he’d be the duke of greatness.

If Manson was king, I’m sure he’d be the duke of greatness.