juji-gatame:

What a beautiful Uchimata by Rasul Abdusharipov (TJK)!
Love the way he steps it up!

juji-gatame:

What a beautiful Uchimata by Rasul Abdusharipov (TJK)!

Love the way he steps it up!

(via martialartsprobs)

heyitsxio:

syth82:

Awes…

That owl looks 1000% done.

(via elemanga)

xlthuathopec:

Updated version of this post, now a post of its own for ease of updating.

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It is true that those we meet can change us, sometimes so profoundly that we are not the same afterwards, even unto our names.
 Yann MartelLife of Pi

spanky-143:

Seriously~

(via 23deecy)

Well ok I’m actually feeling clingy and I don’t want to turn off this computer anymore like I’m cherishing the last moments because who knows if this will explode or go crap tomorrow once I turn it on again.

Sigh. Hello worries, eat me alive.

cosmokyrin:

So I was cleaning my computer inside out and thanks to my dumb procedures I accidentally smeared thermal paste on my CPU’s socket. Worked about an hour to rub off as much I could. I then read the label of my thermal paste and it says it’s highly conductive, grease type but I’ve been successfully running this computer for around three hours now.

I wonder if I should be worried about my CPU and mobo getting fried altogether thanks to this? Also my CPU seem to be on a normal temperature.

forkanna said: I’m pretty ignorant on “thermal paste” but I hope your CPU doesn’t get fried ;-;

Thermal paste is that little paste that helps transfer the heat of the CPU to the heatsink (which is connected to the CPU fan). So yeah I was guessing it was either heat-conductive or electrically-insulative, but both can cause problems. IDK for now, but I fear it for the long run. Also CPUs are like.. super sensitive so I might just wail out my frustration and stupidities .__.

So I was cleaning my computer inside out and thanks to my dumb procedures I accidentally smeared thermal paste on my CPU’s socket. Worked about an hour to rub off as much I could. I then read the label of my thermal paste and it says it’s highly conductive, grease type but I’ve been successfully running this computer for around three hours now.

I wonder if I should be worried about my CPU and mobo getting fried altogether thanks to this? Also my CPU seem to be on a normal temperature.