"So," said Mercury, "where are we going?"

"I have to go see the Antichrist," Christine said […]

"Oh jeez," said Mercury. "Seriously? The Antichrist?" He said it as if she had announced she was going to a Nickelback concert.

"What do you have against the Antichrist?"

"He’s an ass, Christine. A real dickweed."

"Well," said Christine, "he is the Antichrist…"

"Hey, we all have our jobs to do. That’s no excuse for being a dickweed."

Rob Kroese, Mercury Falls

If you love Douglas Adams’ humor, you’ll love Rob’s Mercury series.


King Conan: The Scarlet Citadel #1 to #4 by Darick Robertson

Also, always reblog Conan. And no, not the tall red-headed dork.


Artist of the Week - Hitoshi Ariga

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Exploring Sarajevo’s Abandoned Olympic Park

To see more photos and videos of Sarajevo’s Olympic bobsled and luge track, explore the Olimpijski Bob Staza and Trebević location pages.

Stark against the dense forests of Trebević mountain stands a crumbling, brightly adorned concrete track built for the 1984 Olympic Games in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The track, used for bobsledding and the luge competitions until 1991, primarily draws hikers and graffiti artists these days. It bears the marks not only from the passage of time, but also from the wars that plagued Bosnia and Herzegovina during the 1990s.