Koko the gorilla with her birthday gift, a kitten. Using sign language, she named it “All Ball”
15 Photos That Will Put A Smile On You r Face – Ned Hardy
7 Creepy Physical Changes Your Mind Can Make in Your Body – Linkiest
Hot girls and go hand in hand – Bro My God
Target Workers Caught On Camera… Helping Teen Job Interviewee Tie His Tie – Consumerist
Oh Look, Sexy Spring Breakers! (17 Pics) – Regretful Morning
Gigi Hadid ain’t bad – Celeb Slam
Hot college girls in bikinis…nuff said – Double Viking
Pentagon Unveils Futuristic New ‘Railgun’ – Newser
This Is What School Lunches Look Like Around The World – Distractify
A match made in heaven (20 Photos) – World Wide Interweb
Girls of Summer Will Be Back Sooner Than You Think (43 Pics) – Radass
No bras beyond this point (32 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
When 32 Animators Work on the Pokemon Intro and Things Get Crazy – Unreality Mag
Girl Posts Super Bowl Champ Julian Edelman’s Post-Sex Pic – The Blemish
This 9-year-old makes $1 million a year opening toys – Business Insider
3 of the Most Highly Anticipated Video Games in Q1 of 2015 – The Gentleman’s Garage
10 Pieces Of Wisdom & Quotes From Native American Elders – Collective Evolution
This one goes out to all the Jiu Jitsu loving folks out there. I’m giving away a Shoyoroll Absolute, size A1 Gi. It’s never been used, but it has been washed once. To win, all you have to do is comment on how Jiu Jitsu has benefited your life. One winner will be selected on Monday. Please note that I can only ship within the United States.
A talented and attractive but deeply insecure young woman (Diane Selwyn) moves to Los Angeles hoping to become a big-time actress, where she falls deeply in love with a more confident, successful actress (Camilla Rhodes) who helps her kick-start her career and allows her to mix with some Hollywood bigwigs, earning her a few minor movie roles. She is eventually rejected by her fame-hungry lover who becomes romantically involved with a well-known director, flaunting her new relationship in front of Diane at a dinner party. Diane suddenly finds herself alone and scared in the cutthroat world of show business, and feels she is now doomed to failure. Despondent and in a jealous rage, she hires a hitman to kill Camilla, thinking this will make her feel better. However, when she receives confirmation that this has been completed (blue key), the reality of what she’s done hits her and she sinks into a deep depression which eventually turns into a paranoid psychosis resulting in her suicide.
At the very beginning of the movie, before we know of this backstory, Diane falls asleep one last time, her tortured and delusional mind causing her to dream of a world where she is the polar opposite of what she has become. In her dream, she is still a fresh-faced, innocent young girl, confident and in control. She is the one the big director wants but can’t have, only due to circumstances beyond their control (Mafia intervention in the film’s casting process), she is the strong one in the relationship protecting her friend and lover and helping her navigate a dangerous world. Still though, people and places she saw while she was planning the real-life murder keep creeping back into her perfect fantasy world, causing the more nightmarish moments of her dream (For example, the scared man in the diner was a guy she saw paying for his meal while she was meeting with the hitman in real life. In her paranoid state, she seemed to at least subconsciously suspect that he knew what she was up to, this becoming another fear in the back of her mind manifesting itself in her dream). The blue box signifies Diane’s consciousness, the blue key triggers her memory, forcing her to open the box (awaken). She awakens back to her horrible reality and reflects on the events that led her to the crushing emptiness and despair that she now has to live with. Here we see what happened to cause the twisted nightmare we just saw, and eventually her suicide.
David Lynch is portraying the corrupting and dehumanizing nature that underlies the glitz and glamor of the Hollywood film industry. It’s a big middle finger to those in the industry that perpetuate and thrive off what he sees as a soul-crushing environment.
Tomino’s Hell is a cursed poem that kills people who read it out loud. If you are lucky you won’t die but shits will happen anyway. “Tomino’s Hell” is written by Yomota Inuhiko in a book called “The Heart is Like a Rolling Stone”, And was included in Saizo Yaso’s 27th collection of poems in 1919. The poem is about a Tomino who dies and falls to Hell.
Inunaki Village is a mysterious village that is completely isolated from other villages and even from the country itself. It is not sure such village exists but some people say so. There is a pannel at the entrance of the village that says “the laws constitution of Japan does not applies here” People in this village are told to live in an extremely weird way. Incest, cannibalism or murder is very common. For some reason, you cannot use your phone or any other electronic devices. There are old shops and payphones in the village but you cannot call anybody. Many people went to this village but no one came back.