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12 February 2016

Monty Python: the Misanthropic Introspection Years

Hans Richter-ghosts for breakfast (1927)

05 February 2016

We Have a Name for This Sort of Thing, and It's Awkward

31 January 2016

Hair Crime: Life on the Street

Sam Frost says The Bachelorette ruined her hair after having it styled FOUR times a day
"I've got a bit of a mullet happening."
The fate of the underclass keeps me up at night. By which I mean the AUDIENCE.

30 January 2016

Questions one Cannot Un-Ask

"Kid mullet" is not a new comic book superhero for a folically questioning age, but rather a kid who will spend a few decades trying to live down that which lives foreever on the net. Dad asks daughter why she gave herself a haircut
Ansleigh says she was just practicing, but her dad says if she practices more, she's going to run out of hair.
Sly 3 year old kids these days! They know how to post videos on the net! In a sane universe, this wouldn't happen - and if it did would be called child abuse by "oversharing".

29 January 2016

How Bowie Pushed the Boudaires of Looking Wide Eyed, Paralyzed in Fear

How David Bowie pushed the boundaries of gendered fashion
It was the result of his ex-wife's habit of playing dress up with him in a strange attempt to experiment with taking away his manhood. Wisely, he left her.

28 January 2016

A Moose Lodge for Our Degenerate, Knuckle-dragging Age

Meet the Travelling Jagrs
Armed with black mullet wigs, the Travelling Jagrs are starting to make a name for themselves:

"He had some epic hair back in the day"

15 March 2015

Filmfest Continues

"Stop Train 349" is a rather odd1963 drama starring José Ferrer and Cold War era Berlin.

12 November 2013

News Digest from the Fake-Crisis Management Center, no. 2013/11F

Asteroid heading for Earth?
No. Why do you ask?
Call Bruce Willis
No, you call him. Dudes from Jersey creep me out.
London - A fleet of kamikaze spacecraft could be used to defend Earth against asteroid strikes The robotic vessels would change the direction of any threatening space rock to prevent it from crashing into the planet.
Or not.
Under the plans, member nations will share information in an International Asteroid Warning Group, allowing space agencies to pool their brainpower to come up with the best way of deflecting any incoming objects.
I guess the intrepid "journalist" (let's call him Tin Tin for now) doesn't get that the PLANE wasn't the Kamikaze, the pilot was, and that he is more than welcome to participate in the "beta test", being part of that pool of exemplary "brainpower."