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Ghoulmaster Kickstarter

- by in Headline, Music, Personalities

Gothic.Org just posted a feature article on Pete Carter’s Ghoulmaster’s Haunted Playhouse Kickstarter. He loves Halloween and has tons of dark style and guyliner and even wrote an ode to those vital cosmetic basics black lipstick and eyeliner. One of the Kickstarter rewards features some of those song lyrics in black crayon. The incentives are […]

A Skull A Day

- by in Art, Headline, Personalities

I wish I’d come across the Skull-A-Day Kickstarter project sooner. Today is your last chance to pledge to the Kickstarter. I love the concept, passion, and commitment behind this. And, of course, that the artist decided to share his creations with the world. Creative Noah Scalin made the commitment to himself to create a new […]

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Alexandria Still Burns: Librarians & the Fight for Knowledge

- by in Books, Headline

I like Kyle Cassidy‘s work because he has a good eye for subculture. There is a journalistic aspect to his work, combined with an aesthetically pleasing approach. Kyle Cassidy delves into the social anthropology of cultural aspects which go unexplored by most. I think I first came across him on LiveJournal. (Raise your hand if […]

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Game of Thrones S4 E40: The Children, or Happy Father’s Day

- by in Headline, Popcorn

Our finale episode of Game of Thrones opens with Jon Snow tramping out into the enemy’s camp for a parlay. It’s a dour reunion, fermented mare’s milk cocktails notwithstanding, and negotiations are going pretty badly when Stannis and his newly bought army sluice into the woods and start shredding Mance’s Chancers. Stannis might have sent […]

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June Show at La Luz De Jesus Art Gallery

- by in Art, Happenings, Headline, Trappings

After a surreal day of attending first the Bay Pay Forum on the future of banking and digital currencies, following by a private Wells Fargo event at the Beverly Wilshire, I felt like I could finally exhale and relax when Forrest Black and I arrived at the gallery opening for the art showing at La […]

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What do you like besides Rik Mayall & The Young Ones?

- by in Headline, Personalities, Popcorn

I loved The Young Ones. I actually thought they were an MTV creation and the existence of that show was one of the many reasons MTV was awesome. I rarely saw my people represented in film and, despite its over-the-top comedy, The Young Ones reflected my real life experience far more than most depictions of […]

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Game of Thrones S4 E39: The Watchers on the Wall, or Everything Sucks/Ends

- by in Headline, Popcorn

Can we all agree that George R. R. Martin is bipolar, with a strong emphasis on the depressive side? Most extremely creative people are bipolar. Whether their medium is science, stories, visual arts, or being a really accomplished warlord like Mance, I believe this applies. I don’t meant that in some DSM sense of being […]

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Game of Thrones S4 E38: The Mountain and the Viper, or You’re Fighting THAT?

- by in Headline, Popcorn

Our latest episode of Game of Thrones opens in a dark, muddy shithole village, and leads us to the filthy whorehovel where Gilly does the washing up. And gets drunkenly abused for being a Wildling. Why is everyone so mean about Wildlings? Well, the raiding and slaughtering is kind of off-putting. Luckily Ginger has a […]

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Game of Thrones S4 E37: Mockingbird, or Brothers and Sisters Will Raise a Few Blisters

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Our new episode of Game of Thrones begins with Jaime and Tyrion recapping the last scene of the last ep. They agree that things could have gone better, but at least they screwed Tywin over. Tyrion’s leaning towards self pity, and the jokes are getting meaner and less funny. At least he’s aware of it. […]

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Game of Thrones S4 E36: The Laws of Gods and Men, or A Sidepiece Will Wreck Your Life

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Our new episode of Game of Thrones begins with Stannis having a meeting with a bank manager. I don’t know that I’ve ever felt sorry for him before. The director of semi-royal accounts is a smug, icy twat, played to perfection by Mycroft Holmes. He toys with Stannis and shuts him down hard, and insults […]

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