A collection of stuff, things, nonsense, rants, raves, pretties, sillies, and gee-gaws from Rev. Hugo Nebula, Ordained Minister of the Church of the SubGenius. (And boobs. Sometimes there are boobs. Just like in real life.) Thank you for reading.




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natural swimming pools

uses plants to filter the water instead of chemicals

I’ve never been so in love with an idea in my entire life


Natural Swimming Pools, always a great idea.

This is really big in Germany. A useless fact I know through my job. I’d love to try one though!

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Concept art for an animation

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Victorian Cliff House, San Francisco

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"Winona kept barking at me (to make a sequel), so I kept throwing out ideas,” Waters said. “The most famous one that I gave her was that I had Veronica going to Washington as a Senate page, and meeting up with a Senator running for President, played by Meryl Streep whose name is Heather.”

Waters says that script would have been a political satire with Veronica assassinating the President by the end of the film. He didn’t think it would actually get made.

Never underestimate the power of Veronica.

"Winona said ‘I talked to Meryl Streep and she loves it.’"

"In 1978, Star Wars won seven Academy Awards. But if you want to watch that original version, the first of George Lucas’s soon to be seven-part saga, you’ll find it difficult. In fact, it’s actually impossible to buy an official copy of Star Wars as it was first released. Lucas doesn’t want you to see that version. Instead, he wants you to watch the continuously updated special editions—movies with added CGI, changed sound effects, and whole new scenes…

"But fans aren’t the only ones who want Lucas to release the original. Curators at the National Film Registry picked the 1977 version of Star Wars to preserve for history’s sake, but they still don’t have a copy in the registry. When they asked for a copy, Lucas refused, saying that he would no longer authorize the release of the original version…"

Google Doodle celebrates Sheridan Le Fanu - “an Irish writer of Gothic tales and mystery novels. He was the leading ghost-story writer of the nineteenth century and was central to the development of the genre in the Victorian era. Three of his best known works are Uncle Silas, “Carmilla” and The House by the Churchyard.”


Edric Chen

© 2014 NYC


Zdzisław Beksiński


Zdzisław Beksiński

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Credit to Queen-Kitty via deviantART

Edited by VenomDelights

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"Ja Studio Inc viewed the original highway as a colossal project that distanced the population from nature. But now that the old project is being decommissioned, it provides an opportunity to reengage the surrounding towns with the valleys and other terrain of the area. Their proposal calls for a gentle ramping platform that connects the top of the bridge to the bottom of the valley floor, with houses and shops built on the bridge to create a new city grounded in the foundation of the old project…"

(via Parasitic City Takes Root on Italian Bridges | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building)