While some cultures take off in a big way, such as cyberpunk, steampunk and dieselpunk, others can be talked about or followed with milder interest. Despite this, they can be extremely interesting. One of them I find myself wanting to know more about is plaguepunk. Continue reading
The moves are amazing, the weaponary is stunning and is that a Brute Force bionic arm I see?
The choreography is fantastic, the effects are stunning and the cinematography is sublime.
Take a look at it now on YouTube by following this link: Savant – Kali 47 music video
It’s nice when I stumble on incredible steampunk work, especially when the inventor has a sense of humour. In order to maintain decorum and to remain gentlemen, we have to refrain from possible exposure to ladies that are unsuitably clothed. It’s one thing secretly noticing the turn of a pretty ankle, but to see leg right up to the garter could see you laying down in the front room with a cold flannel on your forehead.
Thankfully, Twitter user Frisk_P has come up with a suitable invention that will make sure that gentlemen who have a dicky ticker won’t be caught unawares. He’s combined a lady’s garter with a heart rate monitor. Let’s face, the sight of a lady’s thigh is enough to set even the most resolute of pulses racing, so this invention is perfect for such an occasion.
Feel free to take a look at Frisk_P on Twitter. His link is here: @Frisk_P Twitter
It should be noted that unless you can read Japanese, you’ll need a Translation tool to help.
The Texas State Railroad has seen healthy growth over the last 12 months and now for 2015 they intend to grow it even further.
They have five different events going on through the year, with the most interesting being the three day steampunk weekend. There will be four trains that you can choose to ride on including the Steampunk Photo Train, Victorian High Tea Train, Victorian Dinner Train and Victorian Brunch Train.
Janet Gregg, the Marketing and PR Manager for Texas State Railroad said: ““Our goal is to make this railroad stable and growing not only for today, but for its long-term future,”
We want this railroad to be here long after all of us are gone. And we want those future riders to enjoy it as much as today’s riders do.”
For more information and contact details, visit the STRR website here: Texas State Railroad website