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Comedy in magazines is pretty thin gruel. Reader’s Digest, Highlights for Children, the New Yorker, all of them publish humor and it’s all right if you’re an imbecile but it’s rarely actually, authentically funny. The New Yorker in particular has a … Continue reading
This Is Just to Say by William Carlos Williams I have eaten the baby that was in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me It was delicious so sweet and so cold
Right after that Netflix Halloween Extravaganza, I wanted to have a bunch of posts going up immediately to please readers in their pleasure spots. Unfortunately, Sandy happened and in the middle of it I went to Austin with my wife … Continue reading
Then. Now. Gage and Tollner, a Brooklyn restaurant built in 1892, operated continuously until 2004. It was the kind of place where Diamond Jim Brady, Mae West, and Jimmy Durante used to eat. Edna Lewis, the mother of soul food, … Continue reading
Watch to the end of this video and learn about the realities of hiring a freelancer in today’s economy.
The top two search terms that bring people to this blog? “Kamal Hassan muscles” and “glory hole.” Finally, I am living the dream! “Hey Kamal! Muscles!”
Just got this in my email this morning! Dear sir or madam, We obtain your information from Internet that you are in the market for bodybag. We would like to take this opportunity to introduce our company and products, with … Continue reading
Foreign affairs pundits are buying second homes with all the overtime they’re getting yakking about Iran right now. But one of the best-known and most influential Americans has yet to weigh in on international relations with that possibly rogue state: … Continue reading
The greatest quote of all time is from Ed Wood’s Plan 9 From Outer Space when Criswell, the blond psychic with the meringue hair, says: “Greetings, my friend. We are all interested in the future, for that is where you … Continue reading