HERE’S OUR BIG NEWS, STRAIGHT FROM JANET VARNEY! IF THIS POST GETS REBLOGGED 10,000 TIMES IN THE NEXT 12 HOURS, WE’LL RELEASE THE 1 HOUR BOOK 2 FINALE TONIGHT AT MIDNIGHT EST ON NICK.COM!
No, seriously. Pick your jaw up off the floor! Catch “Night of A Thousand Stars” and “Harmonic Convergence” tonight at 8/7c on Nick…and then unlock the Book 2 finale episodes “Darkness Falls” and “Light in the Dark” online at midnight EST!
Let’s do this thing, Korra Nation!
Well, that escalated quickly. Looks like Chrimbus is coming early. You Korra fans are being rewarded for your online behavior. The last FOUR episodes of Book 2 are within your viewing pleasure this weekend. That is a big dose of Korra. I hope you enjoy the action-packed, emotional, cerebral, poetic onslaught! See you on the other side.
- Intro: State of the Hip-Hop Union Address
- Track 1: How Do My Presidential Balls Taste?
- Track 2: Obamacare For Ya Mama
- Track 3: Vetoing The Pussy feat: The First Lady
- Track 4: Rock the Vote After I Rock Ya Headboard
- Track 5: I Got the CIA Fucking With Me
- Track 6: White House Sanctioned Murder feat: Wild Joe Biden
- Track 7: Government Lockdown (Fuck the Repubs)
- Track 8: Senate Massacre
- Track 9: Executive Branch Evil
- Track 10: Harvard Hitman
- Outro: Re-Elect a Real Nigga When You See One
- Bonus Track: What You Mean Declined? (The Deficit’s Trying To Kill Me)
this track list was too good I had to reblog again
The Smithsonian has turned this already lovely illustration of the aurora of the southern pole from Jules Verne’s short story An Antarctic Mystery (The Sphinx of the Ice Fields) into an utterly delightful, psychedelic animated gif.
Pair with this fascinating explanation of how the aurora borealis works.
This fictional view of aurora australis pairs well with Frederic Edwin Church’s 1865 painting of aurora borealis, likely inspired by the 1859 solar storm known as the Carrington Event:
The very first episode of It’s Okay To Be Smart that we ever filmed was all about auroras and how they work. Ahh, the old days (by which I mean January).