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Mar. 8th, 2005 09:42 pm
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On the "more channels" tab, there's some nice clips of bill hicks doing his thang...




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Feb. 21st, 2005 05:27 pm
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BitFontMaker - make your own fonts, damn cool!

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Feb. 18th, 2005 11:26 am
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japanese movie: uzumaki (rabbit spirals), based off a manga...

I found this while looking for info on [livejournal.com profile] vesicular's recent op-illusion post, and surfed for the phrase uzumaki(which is what the author of the illusion calls the trick)...

Must rent this from 4-star sometime...
It's been a while since I've visited the Jack Chick site.

I honestly don't know what to think of this video.

The saddest thing is that this is the shit I was raised on!!!

The Light of the World

(a page of short movie clips from jack chicks zines...)

Wouldn't this be fun to order, and have a watching of this? Make some popcorn, and laugh... and cry???

Because as funny as this shit is, doesn't it make you sad? Doesn't it cause some grief? and doesn't it bother you that there are many many many people out there, who literally believe god is this human shaped thing, brighter that a million suns, and we can't see his face.... And an angel will open the book of life, and whosoevers name isn't in there, shall be thrown into the lake of fire..

Man. I'd like to hear your thoughts on this... Is it funny, sad, scary or all that and more?

Someday soon, I want to write about my beliefs on Christianity, and it's more specifically about some points that [livejournal.com profile] kitnish has brought up.
This is great...

You know it, every single one, is so damned right...

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Feb. 1st, 2005 12:11 am
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Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean are having a new movie called "Mirrormask"


This takes you to a flash site. Go to the preview. I guarantee you'll like it if you like the Sandman series....


ALSO! Found this site:


Barbelith Underground "Subcultural engagement for the 21st Century... Barbelith is a new kind of community"
I'm gonna check it out and I think I may just have to dive right in this puppy:


Head Shop: Philosophy, Cultural Studies & Identity Politics (All my gender queer, pomo feminist black liberationist may enjoy this section!)
Laboratory: Science, tech, medicine & cyberculture
Switchboard: Politics, activism & current affairs
Temple: Religion, mysticism, neopaganism & Chaos Magick
Art, Fashion & Design: Fine art, high fashion, product & graphic design
Books: Novels, short stories & literary world
Comics: Graphic novels & Comics - Superheroes to social commentary
Film, TV and Theatre: Movies, TV and Stage... DUH!
Music: Bowie to Britney, punk to Daft Punk
Creation: Collaborative or individual creative projects...
Gathering: Organizing gatherings, unlawful or otherwise

I notice that they spell oranizing as "organising", and notice below that there's a 3 pound donation button(along with a 5 dollar button) Must be based in england...

Anyways, I hope some of you are interested... Maybe we can "hang out" here???

Dungeons and Dealers:
GM: Yeah, there was PCP in that pot.
EDDIE: Great, that means I get a +6 to Brawl and all my damage is delayed until I come down, right? I’m going to beat the living shit out of this guy.
GM: Sorry, but you know full well Potheads aren’t allowed any violent actions. If you were playing a Pro Athlete, you could use Roid Rage, but you aren’t.

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Jan. 14th, 2005 12:48 am
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Notes: Comes with Plato's Guide to Shadow Puppets: step-by-step instructions on how to make fun and convincing animal shapes with nothing more than your hands and a bright light! This fully-illustrated booklet includes Bunny, Dog, Bird, and Many-Headed Beast.

KABUL, AFGHANISTAN— Mullah Muhammad Omar, head of the Taliban movement, in a press statement released yawm-ul-ahad to the "Fourth-World Warlord Gazette" announced both the founding of the "Taliban Museum and Mortar Range of the Fine Arts," and his intention to pursue his "one true dream" – becoming an artist.

Stating that the Taliban "needs to open to self-statement, and find the beauty within," Mullah Omar indicated the museum’s first exhibit would be "Death to Dharma." A provocative piece of performance art, "D2D" evokes the wonder that the wonders of the world aren't so wonderful at all, especially when blown to smithereens by Kaytusha rockets.

"In case Buddha didn’t get all of his chunky arse out of Afghanistan 1300 years ago, this semiotic work signals him to keep on moving" said one Talib shrapnel-sculptor, not giving his name; "we'll send him sky rocketing back to Dar-ul-Jahiliya."

Critics have raved about the originality of mixing fusillades of fireworks with ancient Gandhara stone, some going so far as to proclaim the advent of a new movement. Said art historian Jacques Hoffer, "I think what we have here is a Neo-rubble movement. Total alienation from modernity, and indeed, all of history to boot. An aesthetic theory that puts a premium on hirsute men, while fetishizing cloaked women as suicides and prostitutes. Reminiscent of Dadaism, Die Kunst ist tot. All art is dead, or should be murdered, except that birthed by purifying pyrotechnics." Asked to comment on Hoffer’s insight, Mullah Omar replied only "Yaba-daaba-doo!"


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