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Sixth pack! As always, there will be one each week(posted first on my [twitter](https://twitter.com/quaternius)). Hope you like them and use them...

Sixth pack! As always, there will be one each week(posted first on my [twitter](https://twitter.com/quaternius)). Hope you like them and use them...

*geometric waves + sun - http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m3ar191WAk1qzw1qyo1_500.gif

*geometric waves + sun - http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m3ar191WAk1qzw1qyo1_500.gif

Vox - Why Rappers Love Grey Poupon - http://www.theinspiration.com/2016/10/vox-rappers-love-grey-poupon/

Vox - Why Rappers Love Grey Poupon - http://www.theinspiration.com/2016/10/vox-rappers-love-grey-poupon/

THERE’S NOW A VIDEO GAME WHERE YOU CAN BE A CAT: Everybody wants to be a cat, and soon, they'll be able to, thanks to a developing video game in which the player takes control of a cat and navigates a futuristic city. The game, currently titled HK, is very early in its development, so not much is known about it just yet. HK's creators posted a Q&A to the game's development blog, and here's what we can tell you: The third-person solo adventure game is set in a dystopian city.

There’s Now a Video Game Where You Can Be a Cat

THERE’S NOW A VIDEO GAME WHERE YOU CAN BE A CAT: Everybody wants to be a cat, and soon, they'll be able to, thanks to a developing video game in which the player takes control of a cat and navigates a futuristic city. The game, currently titled HK, is very early in its development, so not much is known about it just yet. HK's creators posted a Q&A to the game's development blog, and here's what we can tell you: The third-person solo adventure game is set in a dystopian city.

rose-moth: “Rotating Tegan, for my tutorial on youtube :) If you want to know how I did this, watch it here!: https://youtu.be/a7DTNLmqbHA ” Omg i love it!

rose-moth: “Rotating Tegan, for my tutorial on youtube :) If you want to know how I did this, watch it here!: https://youtu.be/a7DTNLmqbHA ” Omg i love it!

From George Albert Smith’s "A Visit to the Seaside" (1908), the first film exhibited in Kinemacolor.

From George Albert Smith’s "A Visit to the Seaside" (1908), the first film exhibited in Kinemacolor.

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