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April 18, 2012
Dick Clark owned a Flintstones-inspired home, which he put on the market just weeks before he died for $3.5 million. This just goes to show how how awesome he really was.

Dick Clark owned a Flintstones-inspired home, which he put on the market just weeks before he died for $3.5 million. This just goes to show how how awesome he really was.

16:38 // 2 years ago
May 16, 2011
producermatthew:

Yabba-Dabba-Redo: Seth MacFarlane has been given the green light to relaunch The Flintstones. The remake will model the classic animated series, but will feature “current” additions including an “animal version of an iPad.” A FOX executive said the series will launch sometime in 2013. The remake will be MacFarlane’s fourth animated series, whose other works include Family Guy, American Dad and The Cleveland Show. As with MacFarlane’s other three shows, The Flintstones will air on the FOX network. [Deadline]

Oh God No: We think CollegeHumor’s parody of the man’s life work puts this into perspective.

producermatthew:

Yabba-Dabba-Redo: Seth MacFarlane has been given the green light to relaunch The Flintstones. The remake will model the classic animated series, but will feature “current” additions including an “animal version of an iPad.” A FOX executive said the series will launch sometime in 2013. The remake will be MacFarlane’s fourth animated series, whose other works include Family Guy, American Dad and The Cleveland Show. As with MacFarlane’s other three shows, The Flintstones will air on the FOX network. [Deadline]

Oh God No: We think CollegeHumor’s parody of the man’s life work puts this into perspective.

18:21 // 3 years ago
January 3, 2011
The results of the survey not only provide evidence of sea voyages in the Mediterranean tens of thousands of years earlier than we were aware of so far, but also change our understanding of early hominids’ cognitive abilities.
The Greek Culture Ministry • Regarding some primitive tools found recently on the island of Crete. Scientists date the tools as being at least 130,000 years old, implying that our ancestors developed the ability to migrate by sea way earlier than we’d thought. “Up to now we had no proof of Early Stone Age presence on Crete,” one official said. They’re currently performing more tests to determine which continent the tools came from.  source (viafollow)
21:57 // 3 years ago