A sad end to the Year of Luigi in which Danny Wells, who played him on the Super Mario Bros. Super Show both in voice and in person, passed away last week. A lot of people think the live action segments of the show were pretty campy and lame, but growing up, to see the Mario Bros. in person like that was amazing to me and I always thought Luigi was such a slick, cool guy. R.I.P., Danny.
Couldn’t have said it better myself.
This is a thing
worth every penny
Are you telling me tommy wiseau does let’s plays
that’s exactly what he does, actually
if there isn’t a torrent up of this i’m going to scream
hello everyone http://www.youtube.com/show/thetommywishow
yes very good
I can vouch that all morticians have the same sense of humor.
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I think you fail to understand my need for one of these little babies.
*dies of the cute*
Before They Pass Away is a project and book by photographer Jimmy Nelson that aims to document tribes and cultures before they disappear from existence.
About the book:
This historic volume showcases tribal cultures around the world. With globalization, these societies are to be prized for their distinctive lifestyles, art and traditions. They live in close harmony with nature, now a rarity in our modern era. Jimmy Nelson not only presents us with stunning images of customs and artifacts, but also offers insightful portraits of people who are the guardians of a culture that they—and we—hope will be passed on to future generations in all its glory. Nelson’s large-plate field camera captures every intricate detail and fine nuance for posterity. What’s more, this splendid pageantry is set against a vivid backdrop of some of the world’s most pristine landscapes.
Learn more about the book and the tribes on the project site.