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Shaun in the City
Aardman’s famous Shawn the Sheep will be coming to London and Bristol in 2015 as large public art statues. I absolutely have to get a pic with one when I’m over there for Hamlet!!!

Shaun in the City

Aardman’s famous Shawn the Sheep will be coming to London and Bristol in 2015 as large public art statues. I absolutely have to get a pic with one when I’m over there for Hamlet!!!

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taracynara:

circusgifs:

reichenbachfalls:

jamesmoriartay:

I’m not sorry

You shouldn’t be

Never be sorry

That was fantastic.

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Cats are liquids.

Cats are liquids.

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Asagi Koi Oriental Sun Dragon by Reptangle on deviantART)

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alliwantistomarchdrumcorps:

videohall:

Cat is very happy to see his owner after being 3 days alone.

"i demand to be loved"

"I demand you fill my food dish because I ate three days of food in 24 hours and I’m famished." ;)

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How very human.

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The Nanoleaf Bloom is a dimmable lightbulb containing 33 omni-directional LED lights which uses a sequence of on/off switches at the wall to set its brightness. [Its] Kickstarter campaign smash[ed] past its $30,000 original funding goal in a few days. 
The Bloom contains a microprocessor which translates on-off switching at the wall into variable brightness at the bulb. To set brightness, the bulb is switched on at the wall, which begins a fading up process. Switching the switch off/on a second time sets it at the desired brightness. And that’s it.

The bulb also includes a night mode, at 5% brightness (consuming 0.5W) — which is set by turning the switch on/off/on. And if you just want to use the Bloom like a regular energy-efficient light bulb, switching it on and leaving the switch on will mean the bulb fades up to full brightness. And switching it off turns it off. Simples!
The Nanoleaf Bloom is a dimmable lightbulb containing 33 omni-directional LED lights which uses a sequence of on/off switches at the wall to set its brightness. [Its] Kickstarter campaign smash[ed] past its $30,000 original funding goal in a few days.

The Bloom contains a microprocessor which translates on-off switching at the wall into variable brightness at the bulb. To set brightness, the bulb is switched on at the wall, which begins a fading up process. Switching the switch off/on a second time sets it at the desired brightness. And that’s it.

The bulb also includes a night mode, at 5% brightness (consuming 0.5W) — which is set by turning the switch on/off/on. And if you just want to use the Bloom like a regular energy-efficient light bulb, switching it on and leaving the switch on will mean the bulb fades up to full brightness. And switching it off turns it off. Simples!