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How to Make Your Car Last Longer
Ideally, There's plenty of ways to make your car last longer than normal (which can be anywhere from 90,000–200,000 miles). It all comes down to responsibility of your ride and keeping a strict basis of monthly to yearly maintenance checks. Even newer cars don't last as long to begin with, no matter what the dealer may boast, or how rugged the vehicle might be. Fact is, car manufactures need their lines of various models to breakdown in the long run, so their sales don't plummet. It's not as indepth as the whole iPhone battery issue, but it's still an understandable concept that should be used as foresight.
Daniel Abella Explores the Cerebral "What If" of Science Fiction
The legendary Philip K. Dick authored 44 published books and over 150 short stories. Over the generations, sci-fi minds have repurposed Dick's stage of the strange and otherworldly when writing, filming, or creating the future of technological advancement - inescapable dystopian realities. PKD's long, outstanding, and unrivaled legacy has created a ripple effect of his own timeless infamy, portrayed in all of the work he has inspired.
A Complete Dictionary of Cryptocurrency Slang
Navigating the world of the internet is no easy blunder, due in part to a multitude of factors, ranging from the limited amount of security and the various layers of ongoing traffic, to the unfolding effects of social media and the ranging dark web horror stories. Even more daunting, identical as it is to the real world, grasping the nature and dialect provided by the many wonders hidden all across the net is practically impossible; I’m not just talking about "LOL" or "#MileysBack," I’m discussing more inherent internet jargon, such as 4chan speak, algorithmic coding, pixelated messaging—hell, let’s even add the language of emoji.
My Worst Date Story: In the Lair of the She-Wolf
Aren't they all the same? Some dumb boy meets a beautiful, yet innocent girl and the world then spirals off into absurdity and oblivion. Like the beginning of a really bad horror flick: you know shit's gonna hit the fan faster than a NASCAR pile up, but you keep going, striding up each rickety landing in the hopes that salvation will be there to greet you by its zenith.
Greatest Open World Games Ever Made
Okay, I exaggerate. Maybe not anything is possible, but from franchises like Elder Scrolls and Assassin's Creed, to powerhouse developers like Rockstar Games and Ubisoft, realistically there's no shortage of what you could do when presented with the ample amounts of abilities so available within the open world genre. Especially now, with the world churning into that virtual placeholder, literally and metaphorically strapping on a blinding helmet to cover our faces in the hopes of reaching that next, more powerful foe, open world gaming has been the mecca of optimal video game playability, storytelling, and performance. Otherwise known as sandbox gaming, open worlds allow players to enter a complete and utter fantasy land of their own free will and choosing.
Expect More than the Unexpected at the 2018 Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival
It's almost—no, could it be? A dimension as vast as space and infinite as timelessness. It's the only known setting that actually beckons randomized oddities, without a single isotope of negative cynicism.
Best Star Wars Quotes That Are Always Relevant
Whether you're a fan from as early on as 1977, only recently hopped on the bandwagon as of The Last Jedi, or was among the few who found awe in the prequels, Star Wars has given us some of the most powerful and meaningful phrases in sci-fi, and possibly even cinema.
Worst German Cars Ever Built
In the modern sense they may be known for some award wining, elegant and top of the line vehicles presiding on the market, but that doesn't mean "German Reliability" isn't open for a few errors every now and then. There's a fair share of junk line machines, some of which you may or may not have driven some time ago. But that's what mistakes are for, right? To make the end results even more modified and advanced than the last; to learn something from the failures that pockmarked the past.
Surprising Vintage Life Hacks That Still Work to This Day
Right now you're thinking: 100 years ago...life hacks? I know it sounds crazy, but trust me, there are some really interesting and quality steps that can be taken to ensure your difficulties in life are easily hacked away. Thanks to the Lost Generation and their adoration for cigarettes, a wide range of collectable cards were issued in every pack, showcasing photos of advertisements, celebrities, or other cultural references. More than not, these cigarette cards showed the people of long ago how truly dumb they were in certain moments, which is why UK-founded Gallaher, at the time one of the largest tobacco distributers in the world, became a staple in these collectable cards.
Arts in the Armed Forces: Setting the Stage in Service of Our Defenses
Bringing theatrical entertainment to the military and its myriad of families worldwide, Arts in the Armed Forces is a nonprofit organization that seeks to join two seemingly separate communities on one global stage. Founded by Adam Driver back in 2008, AITAF's goal maintains a dressing room full of core principles and tools that drive this theme of fusing military with the arts. They utilize broad strokes in playwriting, casting, and performance to paint a masterful work onstage that fights for the men and women who, themselves, fight for this very country.
The Trippiest Movies of All Time
No, Doctor Strange wasn't a trippy movie. What qualifies as something that's 'trippy' or something similar to the visuals of hallucinogenics? Movies that bend our imagination, the one's that have true characters, brilliant plot lines, and entrancing journeys; films that make you see the world in a whole new vibrance.