It’s awesome, and attributed to Bristol Palin. AWESOME!
Posted by mesablue on November 5, 2011
Posted by Wickedpinto on June 10, 2011
The first fully 3 dimensional creation (a piece of cloathing) ever made using 3 dimensional printing. was a bra, that was prepared using a visual scan of the “model” (I think Hot chick some nerd wanted to so get his first kiss from?) I mean, isn’t this what computers are made for? More boobies, more butts, more bra’s? Remember it’s a 3d printer so how far away are the . . . well you get the idea.
I forget who told the joke, but there is a comedian, “YES! Ladies, Deal with it, men invent almost everything, and you know what we are gonna do with it? Find a way to Eff it.”
“The same process can be used to make shirts, dresses and suits that are custom fitted using body scanning.”
Or. . . More Bra’s, that should be photographed when worn, because it’s SCIENCE!
Posted by Wickedpinto on May 28, 2011
This was forwarded to me by Ed Gruberman.
A good friend of the Don’t Get Bit crew is filming a Zombie Movie and needs zombies! May 28th, 2011 from 12:30 – 6:00 in Mesa Arizona he is having a Zombie Costume Contest and Movie Shoot. All ages welcome, KIDS TOO and EVERYONE who shows up dressed as a zombie will be in the movie. The 10 best costumes win a bigger role in the movie and VIP tickets to the Premier.
This film is a comedy, there is no foul language, sex, or sexual situations in this film. It is expected to get a PG13 rating by the Local Arizona Filmmakers and will Premier at the Filmstock Film Festival (date TBD).
So if are interested in a an afternoon of entertainment and are in the Mesa AZ neighborhood, get ahold of them and help out our bud.
[update: god info from Ryan for all those considering to be zombies.]
Need zombie makeup or help with your makeup/costume ideas?
Feel free to contact Benjie Messer: https://www.facebook.com/bmesser1
He’s got a lead on a group that has tons of zombie makeup and they are eager to get you zombified!! Get in touch with him and they will make you up right!
Let’s get undead!
Thank you ryan, I will forward all that I can for any of us Morons who might be in the area.
Posted by Wickedpinto on March 30, 2011
I’m going with AWESOME!
That is just a neat vid.
Posted by Wickedpinto on February 22, 2011
Cost plus, helps promote research (without concern of actually accomplishing anything) but she’s clearly focusing on a more responsible fiscal attempt at pushing the COTS and CCTS and the other aspects, while clearly being muzzled by the expectations of her positions.
I find loving “SpaceShipOne” as a love affair as kinda week. Ruttan was chasing a goal, as were his funders, and it seems that the promise isn’t living up to the goals. As Rand said (I won’t link cuz I don’t think most of you care) Burt got caught in the commercial action and was locked into creating a hybrid, rather than being able to negotiate for a pure liquid engine that is considered “The most efficient rocket” ever produced (It’s relatively small, but stack two of them on SS2, and you reach suborbital, but you can’t do that, because their is a contract.
Meanwhile Xcor is expecting their first suborbital flights in 2013 (I might have that wrong) and able to reach out to commercial within 18 months after, but Burt eager to be the first, and with a level of funding that is ridiculous just raced to be first, and might prove to have damaged VG in terms of competition.
Posted by Wickedpinto on February 21, 2011
This is good news, though some of the article says that they are fast tracking. Maybe because of some of the eeorish (likely rightly placed but they might prove us wrong) of Xbrad, Mesa and I not trusting the rosy promises of the plain being fully functional, especially the naval versions. Just last year, it looked like the ’35 would have been drawn out for another 2 years, moving fleet inventories from 2014, to 2016, all while cutting off funding to the f-22, I still think that was a mistake, but I’m affraid of heights, I just read reviews.
the ’22 has approximately the same airframe as the ’35, as I understand it, and economies of scale would drive prices down as long as there is enough cross production of basic parts, and while 500 is a solid number for a complete fleet, most nations don’t have the land mass, or the international obligations that the US has. Stopping at 500, sounds short of ideal, since it would increase maintenance and replacement costs across all US theaters of guardianship.
But overall, good news if it follows through, and wasn’t fast tracked irresponsibly.
Posted by Wickedpinto on January 21, 2011
I recently had a cyst in my armpit, maybe a side effect of my full body waxing, and somehow I found this today.
Stick with it till the nurse (I assume it’s a nurse, he’s wearing gloves) removes the “core”
really gross. I’m hear for you.
Posted by Wickedpinto on January 20, 2011
Just a cool vid.
found at With Leather.
That kid is something else.
Posted by Wickedpinto on January 19, 2011
I guess this is supposed to translate into something that someone understands, but I don’t have the decoder ring. All I got out of it is that we still don’t seem to know jack about stuxnet and what we do know all seems to be opinion.
Found at hotair headlines
Posted by Wickedpinto on December 27, 2010
Former chemical weapons plant now a haven for fluffy bunnies.
Posted by Wickedpinto on November 6, 2010
My favorite, is that the interpreter is not just translating the words, but the attitude.
Watch, “chilean elvis” be interviewed by, Dave, “The easily hateable” Letterman.
via: Agent Bedhead (who once had open blog access to Aces IIRC)