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    [–] Comcast wants full control savvyfuck 1 points ago in evilbuildings

    This is Comcast's HQ in Philadelphia, PA

    Just in case you haven't heard

    what you can do to help

    [–] I see you in there! savvyfuck 548 points ago in evilbuildings

    This is an old abandoned church in Orsha, Belarus

    [–] Marvel has spoken. savvyfuck 1 points ago in marvelstudios

    I'm still bitter they couldn't get Edward Norton on board to continue playing Hulk

    [–] "But you said red would make it more warm and inviting" savvyfuck 1 points ago in evilbuildings

    This is Hua Zang Si Temple

    It's a Chinese Buddhist temple and monastery, built in a former Lutheran church in San Francisco, CA

    [–] Building your dream home in the mountains savvyfuck 42 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago) in evilbuildings

    Lijiang Impression Show takes place on the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain making it the highest performance, reaching an altitude of about 3100 meters above sea level.

    It is a cultural show demonstrating the traditions and lifestyles of Naxi, Yi and Bai minorities in Lijiang. There are more than 500 amateur performers of 10 minorities from 16 villages and over 100 horses in this show. 

    Here's a video

    [–] Welcome to Rivet City savvyfuck 1018 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago) in evilbuildings

    Throughout parts of the world, people desperate for work perform one of the world’s most dangerous jobs- ship breaking

    Ship breaking is a type of ship disposal involving the breaking up of ships for either a source of parts or for the extraction of materials. Modern ships have a lifespan of 25 to 30 years before corrosion, metal fatigue and a lack of parts render them uneconomical to run. Ship breaking allows the materials from the ship, especially steel, to be recycled and made into new products. This lowers the demand for mined iron ore and reduces energy use in the steelmaking process.

    In 2012, roughly 1,250 ocean ships were broken down. India, Bangladesh, China and Pakistan have the highest market share and are global centres of ship breaking.

     In Bangladesh, the recycled steel covers 20% of the country's needs and in India it's almost 10%.

    Interesting Nat Geo article

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    On Google Maps...scroll down, it keeps going

    [–] "Sir, the puppets are approaching!" savvyfuck 41 points ago in evilbuildings

    Royal de Luxe is a French mechanical marionette street theatre company. They were founded in 1979 and have since performed all over the world, gaining global recognition.

    The Royal de Luxe company uses giant puppets for its functions. These functions must be performed in the street because of the size, which can reach 15 meters in height .

    In 1989, they received a call from the mayor of the French city of Nantes, offering them financing and an abandoned warehouse on the banks of the Loire River. It is here that the magic of Jean-Luc Courcoult could evolve into something truly colossal.

    Each giant , made of flexible poplar wood, is controlled by a system of pulleys and hydraulic levers by 20 to 40 members of the company , called Lilliputians. These giant puppets are not like any puppet, they care for the smallest details, such as the movement of the eyes, or the movement of the chest when breathing .

    The "how it's made" of Royal de Luxe is something that is kept secret . Courcoult rarely grants interviews or visits to the studio, preferring to keep the mystery of his company's magic.

    album with more pictures


    another video

    [–] Skateboard trick savvyfuck 1 points ago in reallifedoodles

    Reminds me of the intro to Saved by The Bell