Why @WWESubway is the Perfect Wrestling GIF Account…

I’m both very happy and very confused that this has become a thing. It’s one of those things that can only happen on the internet and makes you debate on whether you should laugh or groan in anguish over its absurdity. Ladies and gentlemen, late last year, a new, special Twitter account was born, @WWESubway, which features a series of reaction GIFs taken from the professional wrestling world, and applied to every/anything that could happen to you at a Subway. We finally did it, folks; everyone can go home… Enjoy. Continue reading “Why @WWESubway is the Perfect Wrestling GIF Account…”

Metro Subs Cheap Photoshop Fanboys Del Rey – WIRed #89

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It’s time for Episode 89 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses the AIA 25 Year Award winner — The DC Metro –, cheap alternatives to Adobe PhotoShop, how annoying fanboys and fangirls are ruining gaming, and the awesome Sara Del Rey; because she’s awesome! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Continue reading “Metro Subs Cheap Photoshop Fanboys Del Rey – WIRed #89”

The D.C. Subway System wins AIA’s 25 Year Award!

The American Institute of Architects have presented its 25 Year Award since 1969 to honor a building that’s been around for 25 to 35 years; so not THAT old for buildings, however by our traditional standards can seem pretty old by our contemporary points-of-view. The AIA uses this award to recognize buildings with “enduring significance” that have “stood the test of time.” Some of the buildings that were recipients include the Seagram Building in 1984, the Salk Institute in 1990, and the Airforce Academy Cadet Chapel, the General Motors Technical Center, and the Eames House have all won the award, as well.  This year’s winner, though, is less of a BUILDING, and more of a whole SERIES of BUILDINGS, as the D.C. Metro, designed by Chicago architect Harry Weese, took the honors for 2014. Continue reading “The D.C. Subway System wins AIA’s 25 Year Award!”