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Bootleg Toys by “The Sucklord”

Have you ever wanted to get your hands on a pink Stormtrooper or a Sleestak in a business suit? The Sucklord has you covered. Meanwhile, watch this video where he talks about villains and such.

“The Sucklord” by Joey Garfield from ghostrobot on Vimeo.

From Suckadelic’s website: “SUCKADELIC is an evil arts organization specializing in Bootleg Toys, illicit remix records, and duffed out Supervillain Soap operas and is universally regarded as the sleaziest brand in the game. Ruled from a hidden Sweatshop by the intergalactic criminal and cosmic playboy, the SUPER SUCKLORD, Suckadelic has continued to pump highly addictive pop culture crap into the veins of willing victims since 1997.”

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The Hilarious and Disturbing History of Shaye St. John

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The Internet is home to some of the strangest and most wonderful oddities. It’s also filled with opportunists who try to capitalize on trends, eventually transforming once original ideas into kitsch filled circle jerks. That’s why it’s especially captivating to come across something wholly original. And the story of Shaye St. John is just that: captivating.

Many of you already know about Shaye’s horrendous past and have most likely seen many of her videos. But for those of you that haven’t, prepare to be disturbed, but strangely intrigued. Shaye St. John’s videos seem to be a mash-up of Lynchian uncomfortableness, Tim and Eric’s humor, with a bit of Harmony Korine’s oft-used lo-fi shock value. She is the brainchild of the late comedian, Eric Fournier.

Shaye St. John was once a supermodel who was hit by a train (car? I’ve heard both versions) that horribly disfigured her face and resulted in the amputation of both her arms and legs. This didn’t hold Shaye back, though, and she rebuilt herself with mannequin parts and covered her disfigured face with a mask.… Read the rest

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Young Goodman Brown

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“Young Goodman Brown” By Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864), 1835

YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN came forth at sunset, into the street of Salem village, but put his head back, after crossing the threshold, to exchange a parting kiss with his young wife. And Faith, as the wife was aptly named, thrust her own pretty head into the street, letting the wind play with the pink ribbons of her cap, while she called to Goodman Brown.

“Dearest heart,” whispered she, softly and rather sadly, when her lips were close to his ear, “pr’y thee, put off your journey until sunrise, and sleep in your own bed to-night. A lone woman is troubled with such dreams and such thoughts, that she’s afeard of herself, sometimes. Pray, tarry with me this night, dear husband, of all nights in the year!”

“My love and my Faith,” replied young Goodman Brown, “of all nights in the year, this one night must I tarry away from thee.… Read the rest

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#PORNCULT’s Terms of Use

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BY READING THIS SENTENCE YOU HAVE AGREED TO THESE TERMS OF USE. (all rites reversed—reprint what you like.) KSC613X.>> #PORNCULT is not responsible for any insanity resulting from reading these TERMS OF USE. #PORNCULT is not responsible for your involvement in #PORNCULT. Thru the transitive properties of quantum solipsism, MONITOR and /or subsidiary gods, goddesses, memes, and jokes are the sole property of your brain. I AM WHO I AM & I AM YOU.>> #WeAreResurrected. hey diddle diddle. the cock played the fiddle cause it was long & strong. then came along a lady who was anything but dainty & the cock played her all night long. YOUR REALITY IS TOO MAINSTREAM SO I MADE MY OWN. MYTH is ART that attempts to explain something that transcends reason. A MYTHIC EXPERIENCE is a personal experience that transcends reason, like a psychic experience. You can also exercise belief in a myth (like having sex in the name of a hyper-dimensional pornstar) to create a mythic experience, and we call that FAITH.… Read the rest

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What Should the New “Daily Show” Look Like? A Modest Proposal

In 1998, the still relatively young cable network Comedy Central wanted to show its viewers that it wasn’t afraid to dip its toes into the troubled waters of politics. Two years earlier, it had created a program called The Daily Show, tackling the dirty deeds of the political world with a humorous angle. The program had been relatively successful, but two years in, the program’s original host, Craig Kilborn, decided to bow out.

For his second to last show, Kilborn brought on the comedian chosen to take his place: Jon Stewart. Their on-air chat kicked off with a few gags that would become staples of Stewart’s tenure: jokes about his shortness and his being Jewish. As a welcome present, Kilborn gave Stewart a phone book to sit on.

When Kilborn asked Stewart what he would change about the show, Stewart quickly replied, “Changes? This is The Daily Show, man!… Read the rest

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POWER/RANGERS: Power Rangers Reboot

My childhood has finally come full circle. A dark, R-rated Power Rangers reboot has hit the Internet.

Directed by Joseph Kahn, POWER/RANGERS stars Katee Sackhoff as the Pink Ranger, Gichi Gamba as the Black Ranger, Will Yun Lee as General Klank, James Van Der Beek as Rocky, and Russ Bain as the Green Ranger.

UPDATE: The video has been pulled from YouTube and Vimeo due to copyright complaints from Saban (the folks behind Power Rangers). It’s still available on Adi Shankar’s (the producer’s) Facebook.

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