Thursday, August 11, 2011

Todays OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS is... is... just wow...

Only one thing can save my soul from being crushed by this dreary workday...



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(Insane News) Man loves Walmart. I mean he really loves Walmart. I mean he REALLY REALLY loves Walmart.

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AUGUST 10--A Louisiana man arrested yesterday for driving around a Walmart parking lot with his penis exposed explained to cops that “he gets aroused” when visiting the retail giant, according to a police report...

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Check out Gerald Cooper's indie comic book Genecy!



An extremely feared and militaristic nation, proudly recognized as the Grunnod, has stolen freedom, joy and fortune from an entire galaxy. They are in search of an ancient artifact from a long, forgotten time. It is believed to unlock a door to an immense and immeasurable power. Many scholars, and others believed to be immortal, have died of old age trying to exhume it. This relic is believed to be hidden deep within the innards of a Grunnodian possessed world...

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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

So I've got a account now...

Still not sure how to use it exactly but give me a follow if you like... you might find my taste in music amusing if nothing else. I also want to make some 'suggested soundtracks' for my stories. Keep you eyes and ears peeled for those.


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DEN OF GEEK's Andrew Blair wisely celebrates the era of Colin Baker


Colin Baker is a brilliant Doctor. In his first two stories of Doctor Who, he bursts onto the screen with the energy and appearance of a million burning suns, and turns two potentially irretrievably dreadful runabouts into salvageable gawp-fests. The Twin Dilemma is one of the least popular stories ever. It's certainly poor, but dear God does Colin Baker make it bearable...


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Monday, August 8, 2011

The trailer for COMFORTING SKIN looks really weird and really creepy.

Thanks to TWITCHFILM for this.

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Sunday, August 7, 2011

The short film 'H.P. Lovecraft's Nyarlathotep (2001)' is really worth watching.

found via reddit


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