WEFOUNDMurder Comes To Melt Township And Other Stories Plus Art I Have Done And Photos I Have Taken


The wealthy Crockett family has a beautiful plantation on a lake in Florida. Patriarch Jason (Ray Milland) hates the natural wildlife and orders an exterminator to spray pesticides around the house. That's when the fauna start fighting back — not just frogs, but also snakes, lizards, birds, spiders, leeches, and turtles. It's absurd horror with a message: Namely, don't fuck with Mother Nature.

U.S. soldier Andy Brooks (Richard Backus) is shot and killed in Vietnam. Before he dies, he hears his mother's voice, reminding him that he promised to come back. And he does eventually return, but Andy is changed — and soon the people around him start dying. This Canadian slasher film is both scary and melancholy, revisiting the classic tale of a wish gone wrong.

Rynn Jacobs (Jodie Foster) is only 13, but she lives by herself — and no one knows why. Her nosy landlady Cora Hallett (Alexis Smith) and the landlady's creepy son Frank (Martin Sheen) try to discover the truth, with dire consequences. While arguably more thriller than horror, this unsettling film goes to very dark places, including an especially disturbing ending.

The wealthy Crockett family has a beautiful plantation on a lake in Florida. Patriarch Jason (Ray Milland) hates the natural wildlife and orders an exterminator to spray pesticides around the house. That's when the fauna start fighting back — not just frogs, but also snakes, lizards, birds, spiders, leeches, and turtles. It's absurd horror with a message: Namely, don't fuck with Mother Nature.

U.S. soldier Andy Brooks (Richard Backus) is shot and killed in Vietnam. Before he dies, he hears his mother's voice, reminding him that he promised to come back. And he does eventually return, but Andy is changed — and soon the people around him start dying. This Canadian slasher film is both scary and melancholy, revisiting the classic tale of a wish gone wrong.

Rynn Jacobs (Jodie Foster) is only 13, but she lives by herself — and no one knows why. Her nosy landlady Cora Hallett (Alexis Smith) and the landlady's creepy son Frank (Martin Sheen) try to discover the truth, with dire consequences. While arguably more thriller than horror, this unsettling film goes to very dark places, including an especially disturbing ending.

Of the five mass extinction events in Earth’s history, at least three were caused by volcanic eruptions (one was the result of an asteroid strike) as sulfate aerosols that rose with the ash reflected enough sunlight to cause global cooling, making it too cold for most animals to survive. But it turns out that large volcanic eruptions can also cause ice sheets to melt rapidly even when the two are separated by hundreds of miles.

Researchers who published a paper Tuesday on the topic reached this conclusion after analyzing ice cores and meltwater deposits in northern Europe. They found that at the end of the last ice age about 12,000 years ago, “ancient eruptions caused immediate and significant melting of the ice sheet that covered much” of the region, they said in a statement.

This phenomenon occurred even though some of the ice sheets were located as far as one thousand miles from the closest eruption. Massive ash clouds from the volcanoes rose into the sky and drifting in the lower atmosphere before falling onto ice sheets. But it was not that the ash was still so hot that it melted the ice. Rather, as the ash covered the ice sheet, making it darker, the ice absorbed more sunlight that caused it to melt faster.

The wealthy Crockett family has a beautiful plantation on a lake in Florida. Patriarch Jason (Ray Milland) hates the natural wildlife and orders an exterminator to spray pesticides around the house. That's when the fauna start fighting back — not just frogs, but also snakes, lizards, birds, spiders, leeches, and turtles. It's absurd horror with a message: Namely, don't fuck with Mother Nature.

U.S. soldier Andy Brooks (Richard Backus) is shot and killed in Vietnam. Before he dies, he hears his mother's voice, reminding him that he promised to come back. And he does eventually return, but Andy is changed — and soon the people around him start dying. This Canadian slasher film is both scary and melancholy, revisiting the classic tale of a wish gone wrong.

Rynn Jacobs (Jodie Foster) is only 13, but she lives by herself — and no one knows why. Her nosy landlady Cora Hallett (Alexis Smith) and the landlady's creepy son Frank (Martin Sheen) try to discover the truth, with dire consequences. While arguably more thriller than horror, this unsettling film goes to very dark places, including an especially disturbing ending.

Of the five mass extinction events in Earth’s history, at least three were caused by volcanic eruptions (one was the result of an asteroid strike) as sulfate aerosols that rose with the ash reflected enough sunlight to cause global cooling, making it too cold for most animals to survive. But it turns out that large volcanic eruptions can also cause ice sheets to melt rapidly even when the two are separated by hundreds of miles.

Researchers who published a paper Tuesday on the topic reached this conclusion after analyzing ice cores and meltwater deposits in northern Europe. They found that at the end of the last ice age about 12,000 years ago, “ancient eruptions caused immediate and significant melting of the ice sheet that covered much” of the region, they said in a statement.

This phenomenon occurred even though some of the ice sheets were located as far as one thousand miles from the closest eruption. Massive ash clouds from the volcanoes rose into the sky and drifting in the lower atmosphere before falling onto ice sheets. But it was not that the ash was still so hot that it melted the ice. Rather, as the ash covered the ice sheet, making it darker, the ice absorbed more sunlight that caused it to melt faster.

In what’s either the best art project, the best business move, or both, someone has made what I presume is a bot that’s churning out thousands of unique iPhone cases for sale on Amazon. Pretty much all of them are masterpieces.

Bots mocking up one-off products in the hope that just the right person comes along to buy it are nothing new. The bot behind “ my-handy-design ” is really, really, exceptionally terrible. And in its quest to slap stock photos onto cheap cases, it has succeeded in being the best smartphone case maker around.

Plenty of the image choices are banal, like “ fishing on a lake before sunset cell phone cover case Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime G5306 ” or “ Woman using a washer dryer macine cell phone cover case Samsung S5. ” Sometimes the banal ones acheive a sort of aesthetic beauty that could pass for found art. I’m a fan of the colors and composition on “ mini fridge full of bottles of juice, soda and fruit isolated cell phone cover case iPhone5. ” User ratings on that particular model are split. One user says “very pixelated, bad quailty it broke :(,” while another says “I like I like a lot ;).” I have to lean towards the user who used the winky face, they seem more trustworthy.


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