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March 31, 2015, 10:14:10 PM
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 on: Today at 03:00:24 PM 
Started by major jay - Last post by major jay
Samurai Cop Rap ("Samur-Eyes") Official Video

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 on: Today at 02:59:53 PM 
Started by ChuckSplatt - Last post by Zapranoth

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 on: Today at 02:58:04 PM 
Started by ER - Last post by FatFreddysCat
A Vulgar Display of Power: Courage and Carnage at the Alrosa Villa by Chris Arnold - the full story of the events that led up to the death of "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, guitarist of Pantera and Damageplan, who was killed by a deranged fan during a concert in December of 2004.

On deck:
Reel Terror: The Scary, Bloody, Gory Hundred-Year History of Classic Horror Films by David Konow

 24 
 on: Today at 02:30:28 PM 
Started by bob - Last post by alandhopewell
f**k the last one-this is an evolving thing-I keep seeing REAL BAD s**t.
I did an ultra mini review of it-just because-I dont really dont know what to say.

ANGEL ANGEL DOWN WE GO (1969)
This has scared me.
I dont me in made me a scardy cat-I mean it SCARED ME.
Like a scar???
It Scared my brain-it was like Inquisition torture.

Actually-its just a REAL awful movie-and if you dont do drugs-well-then start-because this movie will make you wanna stop again!


     I caught part of this one night, back in the late 80's, on a Toronto station; the skip was just right. Before it faded out, I saw this musical number with Lou Rawls, and a bunch of people dressed up like Pilgrims, and some dude singing about how "fat women  need love too."

     Took me YEARS to track down what it was....thought I was trippin'.

 
ANGEL ANGEL DOWN WE GO (1969) "The Fat Song"

 25 
 on: Today at 02:18:53 PM 
Started by Allhallowsday - Last post by alandhopewell
Gypsy Girl by the Partridge Family 2200 AD Small | Large


This is from a REALLY bad 70's show called, "The Protectors"; Trace threatened to hurt me if I ever played it again on my phone.

Tony Christie - "Avenues And Alleyways" (Theme from 'The Protectors) Small | Large

 26 
 on: Today at 02:10:26 PM 
Started by Mr. DS - Last post by alandhopewell
Alice Cooper - It's Me Small | Large

 27 
 on: Today at 01:46:46 PM 
Started by BTM - Last post by cqmorrell
Ah, the yokes on us, eh?

Yessir, you cracked it.  Wink

Shell we stop these puns now?
Omleting this go for now.

I eggspect they'll go on for quite some time.  Probably until fry-day.
I've been trying to ovoid it.

All these puns are due to our combined eggsentricity.  Wink

Oeuf!

Bleh, my brain feels scrambled, trying to crack a pun ...

 28 
 on: Today at 12:40:04 PM 
Started by sprite75 - Last post by BoyScoutKevin
A Vulcan rides a horse into a bar...

. . . a Romulan bar, and the bartender says: "We don't serve Vulcans. So, the horse can stay, but the Vulcan has to go."

 29 
 on: Today at 12:37:11 PM 
Started by sprite75 - Last post by sprite75
From Australia.

Quote
When a Google Street View car began mapping her neighborhood in January, Australian Karen Davis, of course, pulled up her shirt and exposed her sizable breasts to the passing camera.

But before the photos were uploaded, Google’s powerful algorithms triggered the pixelating of aspects of the images, such as the faces of individuals and license plate numbers.

However, as seen above, the 38-year-old Davis’s breasts, however, received no such touch up (click here for the full Street View image).

“I look at Google Maps a lot and I wanted to be on there and I thought this is the way to do it,” Davis told the Port Pirie Recorder, her local newspaper. “I got to tick something else off my bucket list.”


What else is on that bucket list???

 30 
 on: Today at 11:56:42 AM 
Started by ER - Last post by BoyScoutKevin
Ye-es!
2 x 4


2 graphic novels

Loeb and McGuinness'
Nova :
origin
v.1.

The subtitle says it all. What it does not say is what a weird blending this is of humor, sex, and violence. Still, an enjoyable read, and I hope sometime in the future, Marvel will do more with the character. And by character, I mean the son and not the father.

Richard Castle's
Storm season
2nd in the Derrick Storm series
graphic novel version by . . .
Bendis and DeConnick

Really, this does show what a good writer Castle can be. The story is complex. It is complicated, but . . . it is not confusing, which is a sign of a good writer. And Bendis has become my "go to man" for a good graphic novel.


4 mysteries

Linda Castillo's
The Dead Will Tell
6th in the Kate Burkholder series

When a home invasion goes wrong, there is only one survivor. Then, years later, when the home invaders start getting killed off, is the lone survivor finally getting his revenge? Was there another hitherto unknown survivor? Or, is it someone else, with motivations of their own?

If one wants something to watch, instead of read, the 1st in the series was made into a TV movie "An Amish Murder."

Tim Weaver's
Never Coming Back
4th in the Dave Raker series
but . . .?! 1st published in the U.S.

In the U.S., what do a chance encounter with an old friend and a warning from a stranger have to do with, in the U.K., a body found on the beach, a family gone missing, and a coastal town lost to the sea. It is up to our hero to put it all together.

What the writer does, better than most writers, is understand what it means to lose one's life and/or take another's life, which few writers can do as effectively as this one. He can also create, apparently, though it is yet to be published here, a novel, where the villain is, apparently, a serial killer who preys on homosexuals. I'd like to find this, if only for its novelty, for such is often equated with homophobia, which is often not the case.

Peter Tremayne's
(pseudonym)
Atonement of blood :
a mystery of ancient [7th century] Ireland
24th in the Sister Fidelma series

William Dietrich's
The 3 emperors
7th in the Ethan Gage series
5 more non-fiction books by the writer

While our hero searches for his wife and son across the battlefields of Napoleonic Europe, his wife and son search for the philosopher's stone, which will turn base metals into gold. Both are both helped and hindered by characters both factual and fictional.

Surprising poignant in some scenes.


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