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Soylent Corp. Press Release (May 31, 2020)

Proud Sponsor of the 2024 Olympic Winter Games in Dubai, UAE

“Although we at Soylent do not have a long association with the Olympics, we do have deep roots in the celebration of global competition, which is the core value of the Olympic spirit. This allows us at Soylent to build deeper relationships with people and with the nations, whose very lives are sustained by our many protein food products.

As Dubai provides the world’s most complex and leading high-tech artifices of winter sports during this on-going global drought, we at Soylent are providing struggling nations the sustainability of life and prosperity through our new plankton based food product: Soylent Green. Through our sponsorship of Dubai 2022 we pledge to provide this same quality of care for the nutrition of our athletes as we strive for the restitution of our planet’s ecosystems.”



“Check aisle 6…”


As The New School Year Approaches…

Star Wars in the 80's

“What if Star Wars were a 1980s John Hughes movie?” — io9
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“Top 10 Coolest Planets In Sci-Fi Movies”


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Making Admiral Ackbar (not a trap).

“And On Your Right Is The Lars Homestead…”

“The work of Rä di Martino often deals with the duality between reality and fiction. The artist’s background in theatre and her passion for film emerge in her video work, which is often cinematographic in theme and experimental in nature. However, for some of her most recent works, she has switched medium from video to photography, exploring a different kind of imagery. Enticed by abandoned Hollywood sets in North Africa, di Martino’s travels in Morocco and Tunisia resulted in a profound engagement with these contemporary ruins. Ranging from basic dwellings to elaborate temples, these sets formed part of the fictional habitat of film characters, today however their ruins appear to substantiate the history of inhabitants that never existed.

Gazing at the remains of the familiar Star Wars set in her series ‘Every World is a Stage’ triggers a sense of mild discomfort, as the delusionary power of the human imagination is realised. A film that has been capable of projecting us into the distant future has ironically left behind ruins that look as ancient as any imperial palace or historical edifice. Only by coming closer, and knocking on the structures’ walls, does the onlooker realise that these walls are made of plywood and plaster. Born in Rome and residing in Turin, New York and London, di Martino’s interest in Luke Skywalker’s house, portrayed in the series ‘No More Stars (Star Wars)’, currently shown in the Tate Modern’s exhibition ‘Ruins in Reverse’, is born of the artist’s longing for a home of her own.” — Sumarrialunn






Great Moments in Exposition: The Krell

Don’t ask him what the Id is– Ooh! (I told you not to ask…)

Hoth & Spicy, please…


Enjoy the entire gallery by clicking on the bag.

“Top 10: Horror Movie Animals” (Some graphic clips)

10. Mosquitos (Enlarged by drinking alien blood.)

9. Crocodile (It’s Betty White’s pet. Really. She feeds it cows.)

8. Sheep (Yeah. I’m not joking. Crazed sheep.)

7. Anaconda (What accent is Jon Voight doing?)

6. Ants (Enlarged by radiation. Sci-fi classic. Genuflect, please.)

5. Piranha (Genetically enhanced by military experiments.)

4. Spiders (Genetically enhanced by gettin’ it on with another spider outside its species.)

3. St. Bernard (Emotionally enhanced by rabies. Thank you Stephen King.)

2. Birds (Emotionally enhanced by their rage at having to put up with humankind for thousands of years.)

1. Great White shark (Enhanced by, uh, just being a really big shark. )

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