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anomaly/funkyXlab/4.12.2014

Fullthrottlelazy Podcast 54: The GWARCAST

fullthrottlelazy:

On a very special Fullthrottlelazy, to mark Oderus Urungus’s departure from Earth, and the death of his beloved slave Dave Brockie, Tommy and Joe spent an hour and a half listening to, and discussing, GWAR and GWAR-related things. Featuring GWAR, GWAR and GWAR.

FULLTHROTTLELAZY 54: GWARCAST

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its weird that having a ska band went from the worst reason to have a fedora to the best one
theverybestofhero:

00 Squad

theverybestofhero:

00 Squad

darkitalianwood:

Karl D. Kryter. The Effects of Noise on a Man. 1950. Print. ॐ

darkitalianwood:

Karl D. Kryter. The Effects of Noise on a Man. 1950. Print. 

goddamndraculablack:

The Rock (Michael Bay, 1996)

Greatest one-liner?

destroythehumanrace:

distortjerseycity:

flyer by Jaybo

all jaybo’s art is so dope

destroythehumanrace:

distortjerseycity:

flyer by Jaybo

all jaybo’s art is so dope

jools-holland:

Should I make a cake in honor of Samuel Beckett’s birthday or just sit around contemplating whether or not I should make one for the whole day

twiststreet:

newyorker:

““I think if Dickens was alive today, he’d have been working for the BBC, until HBO offered him much more money.””

Roddy Doyle discusses television and his short story in this week’s issue of the magazine: http://nyr.kr/1mUhHxZ

I always thought that if Charles Dickens were alive today, he’d work for a hula hoop manufacturer, but in human resources— he’d handle the sexual harassment complaints for the other hula hoop employees. But that would only be during the day.  At night, he would dance for money, at an exclusive warehouse populated with a small, select group of sinister men wearing Halloween masks of recently deceased celebrities. Weekends, he would spend with Will Shakespeare, who if Charles Dickens were alive today, would probably also be alive today.