So the name is Kameron but I go online by Roadsinlife or Roads. I'm 22 and study History and Computer Science at North Carolina A&T. I'm a huge gamer, nerd , and overall kid at heart. Some stuff might be NSFW but I could care less. I love gundam or any other mechas, pokemon, cyberpunk, Things that may out things I care about so I might go off on a rant about civil and human rights from time to time. a appear here are music, games, cars, watches, stupid crap from around the internet, and other assorted randomness. I'm always looking for new friends and be don't be afraid to ask me anything because I'm pretty much an open book. I'm 6'6 265 but don't be intimidated by my size I'm a big teddy bear most of the time.





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owl-vortex:

10 things our kids will never understand…

Wow… this shit hit me EXTRA hard cuz Greenday’s Dookie (The CD booklet pictured) is the first CD I purchased with my own money from the store, and I remember reading that exact page to learn those lyrics. fuuuuuhhh lol

No… Downloading a song and it was a loop of “bill clinton” talking about some stupid service or internet program….

(Source: cavemancircus.com)

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 Bund Sightseeing Tunnel Shanghai photographed byJakob Wagner

This psychedelic tourist trap is a leisurely descent into madness

When trying to cross the Huang Pu River in Shanghai’s bustling Bund district, you can either hop on an inexpensive metro car, or you can take a psychedelic trip through the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel.

Located under the iconic Oriental Pearl Tower, the tunnel was built to be one of the Bund’s major tourist attractions, and still manages to draw large numbers of travelers despite costing more than ten times as much as the metro. Although riders do get a rather mind-blowing (if dated) experience. After hopping into a small, futuristic rail car, riders are leisurely carried through a tunnel which is covered in pulsing, strobing lights that attempt to simulate flight through some acid-soaked version of space. The bombardment of flashing lights and colors is accompanied by a rather ominous soundtrack punctuated by an occasional intonation of English words such as “…shining star…” and “…hell…” It is unclear whether the ride is trying to evoke wonder or terror, but both reactions seem appropriate.

Despite its name, the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel offers no Shanghai sights other than its own sensory bombardment. The entire ride lasts just under five minutes, but the mind-blowing light show could have much more lasting effects