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Bryan Rombough
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Mad Max inspired lego creations.  Includes Max's Interceptor, Furiosa’s War Rig, Gigahorse and Doof Wagon.
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The Nuclear War Fun Book delivers a whopping payload of radioactivities.  There’s something for every interest.  Have megatons of fun with things to make, to do, and to play, for ages 3 to adult.  Kill boredom, keep busy, and keep your mind off the apocalypse.
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The Nuclear War Fun Book (1984) was created by Victor Langer, Walter Thomas and Brent Richardson.
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Known as Lajkó to his friends, Marcel Lajos Breuer (22 May 1902 - 1 July 1981) helped define first the interior contents, then the form, of the modernist house for millions; his influential approach to housing was one of the first to demonstrate modernism on a domestic, practical level. Beginning as a furniture designer at the height of Bauhaus, Breuer was hailed as one of the most innovative designers working in the 1930s, before moving to archi...
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Four more weeks with my arm immobilized in a sling while my humerus continues to heal.
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Stay well.  The PT afterwards is gonna be rough.
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Harper’s most well-known moment however was when he stood in the Manitoba Legislature in 1990, held up a single eagle feather, and voted no to the Meech Lake Accord. His vote killed Meech Lake, and led to him being chosen as Newsmaker of the Year in 1990.
OTTAWA – Well-respected Manitoba aboriginal leader Elijah Harper has died. Harper was 64. He passed away early this morning from a heart attack due to complications from diabetes.
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The owners and scientists at US Radium, familiar with the real hazards of radioactivity, naturally took extensive precautions to protect themselves. They knew that Undark's key ingredient was approximately one million times more active than uranium, so company chemists often used lead screens, masks, and tongs when working with the paint. US Radium had even distributed literature to the medical community describing the "injurious effects" of radium. But inside the factory, where nearly every surface sparkled with radioluminescence, these dangers were unknown.
 
On this day in 1927 the first of the Radium Girls sued her former employer for causing slow, radioactive death.

http://www.damninteresting.com/undark-and-the-radium-girls/
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Douglas Trumbull, the director of Silent Running was a producer on Starlost, and I think he was responsible for the designs of both the Valley Forge and the Earthship Ark.  Hey +Tom McCambley, you're a big Starlost fan, do you know who designed the Earthship Ark?
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Enter the post-Apocalyptic chop shop of quite possibly the most explosive, adrenaline-fueled chase movie ever
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Brendan McCarthy is a comic book artist and a massive Mad Max fan. In the 80’s he even co-wrote and did the art for a comic called Freakwave which was basically a pre-Waterworld ‘Mad Max goes surfing’ strip. He bugged George Miller over the years, sending in art and ideas. Eventually they met up, and Miller and McCarthy started writing a script for a new Mad Max film together, with McCarthy designing the characters, tribes, and vehicles as he went along.

The artwork that you are seeing here is some of McCarthy’s defining, early thoughts on the film. Brendan conceived of The Buzzards, the buzzsaw-wielding spikey vehicles that run amok on the Fury Road. He dreamt up the ‘retro hotrod gangster’ look of the Armada vehicles, to move this installment away from the ‘dune buggy’ style of the previous trilogy. After George gave Brendan a torn-out photo of an acrobat on a pole and wondered if he could ‘do anything with that?’, McCarthy transformed the acrobats into a mobile, feral boarding party: the Pole Cats.
A collection of comic book artist/‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ co-writer Brendan McCarthy’s defining, early thoughts on the film.
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This experimental short film by Norman McLaren is a playful exercise in intermittent animation and spasmodic imagery. Playing with the laws relating to persistence of vision and after-image on the retina of the eye, McLaren engraves pictures on blank film creating vivid, percussive effects.

Directed by Norman McLaren - 1955
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Gruen saw his structure as an architectural panacea—it would remedy environmental, commercial, and sociological problems with the creation of a single building.

Gruen presented his a solution for America: The Shopping Mall.
Retail spaces are designed for impulse shopping. When you go to a store looking for socks and come out with a new shirt, it's only partly your fault.  Shops are trying to look so beautiful, so welc...
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    Architectural Technology, 1998 - 2001
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