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Scene from a Birthday Party

by July 26th, 2011 - Creative » Witty Bit Eruptions »

BIRTHDAY BOY Hey Dude, you should totally come to my birthday party. I’m getting a cake decorated with characters and events from Eyes Wide Shut. FRIEND Oh my god…that sounds heinous… BIRTHDAY BOY No way! It’s gonna be awesome. I was gonna get it last year, but Baskin Robbins was out of the kit. I […]

Comics, Often Dirty: OGLAF.COM and the Art of Trudy Cooper – NSFW

by December 31st, 2010 - Culture » Arts »

image copyright OGLAF.COM You can’t quite see anything like the comics on OGLAF.COM (NSFW) anywhere else, so I think it’s important that as many people as possible get a look. I came upon the site during one of my razor’s edge porn/art walks through the internet, its almost weekly comics update have become a sort […]

Shit Happens – Kids in the Hall Death Comes to Town

by October 19th, 2010 - Culture » Film and TV »

Scott Thompson, Dave Foley, Mark McKinney, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald. The Kids in the Hall was a monster, monster moment in television history for me. Their comedy was like an intricately woven blood red and brown gold wreath made by a forlorn gen-x bisexual, dark strange ideas poured over with an eye-foaming lightheartedness that did […]

Scott Pilgrim vs. Manhattan

by September 13th, 2010 - Culture » Film and TV » Society »

I’ve seen Woody Allen‘s Manhattan about a dozen times since I first watched it two years ago. At about the fifth viewing I began to have a dread about watching this damn film again, every time the opening montage began, but this feeling usually subsided by the time Ike Davis said that bit about courage: […]

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