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1、The Lion and the Mouse
2、"Don't you think that Methodists go to heaven as well as Presbyterians?" asked Anne smilelessly.CSMoE orange dew(no ads)
3、"I'm giving Anne that half dozen braided rugs I have in the garret. I never supposed she'd want them--they're so old-fashioned, and nobody seems to want anything but hooked mats now. But she asked me for them--said she'd rather have them than anything else for her floors. They ARE pretty. I made them of the nicest rags, and braided them in stripes. It was such company these last few winters. And I'll make her enough blue plum preserve to stock her jam closet for a year. It seems real strange. Those blue plum trees hadn't even a blossom for three years, and I thought they might as well be cut down. And this last spring they were white, and such a crop of plums I never remember at Green Gables."
4、"Was that the only one of your dreams that has come true?" asked Anne, who knew perfectly well what the substance of his answer would be, but wanted to hear it again.Nature hath charged me that I hoard them not,
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- AN ASTRONOMER used to go out at night to observe the stars. One evening, as he wandered through the suburbs with his whole attention fixed on the sky, he fell accidentally into a deep well. While he lamented and bewailed his sores and bruises, and cried loudly for help, a neighbor ran to the well, and learning what had happened said: "Hark ye, old fellow, why, in striving to pry into what is in heaven, do you not manage to see what is on earth?'
- <p>Today should be all about spooks and creeps but there's something that's come up in the back of my mind and I think it'll be fun to see what you guys think.</p><p>Phil Tippett's incredible and somewhat disturbing stop-motion film, Mad God, releases on the Wevr Transport platform on Samsung Gear VR today. Not only is the man behind it utterly exceptional in the industry (working on Star Wars, Jurassic Park, and more), it also marks another side of VR we haven't quite come to understand yet.</p><p>Mad God is a fully practical stop-motion film set in a world of monsters, mad scientist, and war pigs. The films itself actually came to light many years ago but not in this way. Mad God was always advertised as a film that's based more around its experience rather than its narrative/story, and that's what makes it such a fantastic contender for VR.</p><p>In this grey area, where film makers are starting to explore VR's role in the industry, it's still early enough in VR's birth that there're no definite rules and plenty of uncharted territory. That's what makes this age so exciting. In terms of Mad God, the whole concept was built up around Tippett's dreams which is why things are so fractured and weird. They make you (the viewer) the size of a puppet as you're trapped in a circular theatre of utter lunacy.</p><p>As an enthusiast – but not an expert – my view is that this is a fantastic path for VR to go down. Instead of playing out stories that we can physically follow like a stalker in a bush, it's one big experience that at the end of it we remove our headsets, sit back, and reminisce on what the hell has just happened.</p><p>Be sure to check out UploadVR's in-depth article on the animation. What do you guys think? Is this the right path for VR to be headed, or is it a bit too disjointed? Let us know in the comments below.</p>
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