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Picture of decay. I like how it almost looks like nature is overtaking this place sometimes.
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(Seen above are the parts to make a fully automatic super machine gun… out of plastic)
Some of the latest news stirring up the modder/hacker/tech savvy community is the recent seizure of a Makerbot replicator over it’s alleged use in the production of components for a 3d printed firearm. Now allot of people are up in arms about this because the parts seen above are in fact replacement makerbot parts and not designed for firearms. My guess is like most people, the police who were investigating this case heard about 3D printed guns before 3D printers. Sort of like how I learned about furries from that one episode of CSI… anyway…
So why were police investigating these guys in the first place you ask? Because they were doing raids on suspected gang activity of course! Now there’s not allot of info that I can find about this incident other then the confiscation it’s self but if I were livin the thug life in the uber gun restrictive UK and I heard about 3D printed guns I’d probably buy a 3d printer. Just saying…
Oh wait I AM getting a 3d printer! That’s right guy, I ordered a makibox a6 back in the early stages and it’s scheduled to be shipped in November. Maybe it’ll arrive for Christmas but i’ll have to post more on that later.
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Long time no post. Crazy busy doing busy people things so here’s some macro pics of a snail stuck to a leaf i took a while ago.
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Photos from an old ruin I used to go to. It’s an old hydro dam from the late 1800s that used to power a trolley on a nearby bridge. The water has since taken it’s toll on it though and it look like a medieval ruin.
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You don’t see one of these everyday. I really, really want to live in that for a year…
An aerial view of the Burning Man 2013 arts and music festival is seen in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, August 29, 2013. The federal government issued a permit for 68,000 people from all over the world to gather at the sold out festival, which is celebrating its 27th year, to spend a week in the remote desert cut off from much of the outside world to experience art, music and the unique community that develops. (REUTERS/Jim Urquhart)
man I wish I were there. Next year i’m hoping!
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