1. smallbysmall:




    I saw this before and IT GOT BETTER.

    I need one.

    This is pretty much the best thing ever.

    Omg, want one now!!!

    (Source: iraffiruse)

  2. cirqueschool:


    Yay!  Jennifer finally put this up on youtube.  Behold the awesome!

    contortion + cats = YUP!

  3. radissonclaire:

    Kristina Dynina (x)

    (via nipstheclown)

  4. http://porn4jews.tumblr.com/ (These may only be hilarious to me because I’m in Israel.)

  5. smallbysmall:

    More dachshund!

    If we had a family crest it would be a dachshund (but a wire haired one.)

  6. jesslane:




    My favorite

    What is this?! I want to watch all of this!!!

    (Source: iraffiruse)

  7. jimmymarble:


    So happy to finally start sharing “Trapped” by the Subs ft Colonel Abrams

    Directed by Jimmy Marble, DP Kelly Moore, Production Design Ashley Fenton, Costuming by Chandra Chavez

    Starring Bethany Toews


    Just want to make sure you saw this.  

    Jimmy made this video and it’s a great song.

  8. nightmareandthecat:

    New song and lyric video out today! Buy it here.

    Yay Django and company!

  9. aaronmoles:

    A.E.G.I.S. - Episode 4 (FINALE)

    After doing Channel 101 for so many years, I finally took the opportunity to do a 10-minute self cancellation episode and, although the last week was post-production hell, it was really worth it to reach the end and have it screen, not being concerned with getting a “What are you going to do next month?” or a “Sorry about your show, man.”

    A lot of people were telling me at the screening “I’m sorry to see it go,” and I don’t really understand that.  I like the BBC way of doing things.  I’m not sorry that the British version of The Office lasted only 14 episodes.  They were a great 14.  I’m not sad because movies end.  They’re supposed to and I think when real TV shows outstay their welcome, it’s never a good thing.  I’m not sorry to see it go, I’m glad it happened.

    I’ve always been a fan of the “5 and done” approach to Channel 101.  I could never make 20 episodes of a Channel 101 show and not want to end things or move on in some way.  I like resolving things.  That’s a big part of the fun of storytelling.  I don’t get caught up in the gladiatorial creative “sport” of Channel 101.

    All of that aside, this was a tough show to make.  It wasn’t sustainable every month for Morgan to do all of the work he did within a month’s time.  By Episode 3, the wear and tear of compositing basically every shot was showing and even with me jumping on for Episode 4, this show wound up being too much for even two people working on VFX around the clock.

    What now?  Something else.  I think that’s basically the story of A.E.G.I.S.  There’s always something else you want to do, and somewhere else you want to be, and that hope can be a powerful thing that pushes you forward.  Maybe it’s not the most uplifting story, but still a relatable one.

    EPISODE #1: http://www.channel101.com/episode/1445

    EPISODE #2: http://www.channel101.com/episode/1472

    EPISODE #3: http://www.channel101.com/episode/1481

    EPISODE #4: http://www.channel101.com/episode/1497


    1. Men: "Did it hurt...when you fell from heaven?"
    2. Me: "Bitch I rose from Hell."