This is weird, but it definitely has promise.
19 November 2010
Let me break this down for you: This is a 15-minute skit from the show "Fridays," which featured Michael Richards and Larry David, spoofing the Rocky Horror Picture Show and combining it with the then-recent election of Ronald Reagan to the presidency. Do you think you're ready for it?
EDIT: 300th post!
18 November 2010
Y'all December 17 is coming soon. In the meantime, let's get excited for Tron: Legacy by looking at these neat Tron merchandizing items and fan-made collector's bits. This one is a Tron watch. So, if you ever wanted to know what to get me for Christmas.........do it or I'll kill you.
14 November 2010
This article details the life and work of Don Julian Santana, who once found the body of a drowned girl on the shores of the island his house was built upon. In order to appease her soul, he collected dolls and doll parts and hung them in the trees (hence the name "Island of the Dolls"). There's a lovely twist at the end, but you simply MUST go to the website and see the pictures to read about it.
12 November 2010
This post on WebUrbanist gives a short write-up of several abandoned towns across the world. It's not very comprehensive, and doesn't give a lot of information or pictures, but hey, that's what Wikipedia is for, right? (Be sure to check out Kowloon Walled City, Hong Kong, pictured above.)
Thanks to Hipstercrite for bringing WebUrbanist to my attention.
EDIT: Also check out the Sanzhi, Taiwan, UFO Houses on Flickr.
04 November 2010
I promised myself that George Lopez could not ever appear on my blog, but lo and behold, there's his opposite-of-funny face.
Nevertheless, Shatner wows me again with his musical adaptation of Cee-Lo Green's "Fuck You". No, William Shatner; fuck you. And fuck her, too. (Her refers to Lopez. But I take back what I said about you last sentence; I only meant it referring to George Lopez. Seriously, fuck her.)
03 November 2010
Hadn't heard of this show before today before I turned on PBS and there it was. The program is incredible. I don't know if everyone is as fascinated by carnival folk as I am, but interesting they are. Check it out Wednesdays from 7:00 to 10:00 on PBS/LPB.