…so, naturally, I’ve been reading up on some of the Zodiac Killer’s history.

I was trying to figure out the distance between two of Zodiac’s kill sites—Lake Herman Road and Blue Rock Springs Park—so I looked it up on Google Maps.

Here’s the turnout on Lake Herman Road where Zodiac killed Betty Lou Jensen and David Faraday:

Lake Herman Road on Google Maps.

But if you zoom in on the sign just to the left of the truck, you’ll find this:

He lives.

He lives.

Or some dipshit teenagers did it,


"I'm gonna kick your Nazi butt, brother!"

I told you I was more of a Hulkamaniac.

I’m wearing tighty reddies,



And then… tacos,


Tickling BathTubs

Week Two: Tickling BathTubs

Week One,


The Ultimate Warrior: 1959-2014


So, I’ll be honest: I was never a huge Ultimate Warrior fan. As a kid, I always found myself rooting for Hulk Hogan, especially when the two would square off against each other. Sure, the Warrior was the next generation of wrestlers—and, some might argue, the future of the company—but I came into wrestling (and left wrestling) a Hulkamaniac.

Still, that doesn’t mean I never rooted for him. On July 31st, 1988, my mom took me to WWF WrestleFest at Milwaukee County Stadium.

WWF Wrestlefest 1988

As you can see, a lot of soon-to-be wrestling icons wrestled that night. For me, the highlight of the evening was seeing Hogan battle Andre the Giant in a steel cage match, but just as memorable was the Warrior fighting Bobby ‘The Brain” Heenan in a “Loser Wears a Weasel Costume” match.

Obviously, the 11-year-old me was rooting for the Warrior that night. And, just as obviously, the match ended like this:

Bobby "The Brain" Heenan... in a weasel costume!

And you know what? Two years ago, I chose to wear this face paint for our Wrestlemania XXVIII party:

"Should I lie on the lawn and let them run over me with lawnmowers?"

And so, while the Warrior’s passing doesn’t have the same effect on me as, say, the deaths of some other wrestlers (who take their vitamins and say their prayers, for example), he definitely held a special place in the wrestling years of my childhood. I’m glad I got to see him wrestle in person.

Fifty-percent of that poster is now dead,


A great time-killer!

…has me literally crying with laughter.

So… enjoy!

KB disapproves,


Ain't nothing gay about that!

I know it might seem like I sit at home all day long, drinking whiskey and updating The Blarg, but the truth is I spend much of my day writing.

Lately, most of that writing has been on long-form projects, like screenplays, teleplays, detailed pitches, and (those ever-dreaded) rewrites. The shortest of these projects come in around 30 pages; the longest ones top out around 120.

Because of this, I sometimes take an hour or so to write a short comedic sketch (between one to ten pages) to break up the monotony of those more long-form projects. Over the past couple years I’ve written about a dozen of them; but while they’re fun to write as an exercise, nobody ever really gets to read them.

So to remedy this, I’ve decided to put them out there for everyone to read. I’m doing this for two reasons:

1. I like to share! That, and it’s better than having them sit on my hard drive until I’m dead.

2. It’s my hope that someone out there might be inspired to actually do something with them. Want to film it as a short? Awesome. Interested in animating it? Go for it. Feel like performing it onstage somewhere? I double-dog dare you. All I ask is that you give me credit where it’s due, and (if possible) send me a copy of the final product to check out. I’ll even put it up on The Blarg to share with the four people who visit my site. Hi, Uncle Bob!

The second of Shady’s Shorts is called “Misguided Appreciation.”

Download it by clicking below.


Get your bigoted chicken on, folks!

Number one,


“Misguided Appreciation” is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Created by Justin Shady, ©2014.
Creative Commons License

A faire of nightmares!

I can’t believe this is real,


Touching Bill Taft

Week One: Touching Bill Taft

Joining the crowd,


…is part of a group called MOLO Nation. MOLO stands for “Meet One, Love One.”

MOLO Nation has a YouTube channel where they feature videos that are a mix of pranks and creative ways to give back to society.

Their channel features a bunch of great stuff, but this video of them surprising a homeless man with a Thanksgiving meal is easily my favorite.

Check out more of their videos here.

And speaking of neighbors, KB and I were catching up on old seasons of Dexter when we heard a familiar voice say, “Dexter Morgan!” The voice belonged to another neighbor of ours, Marcus, who can be seen at Dexter’s twenty-year high school reunion in the first episode of season six, titled “Those Kinds of Things.”

On the episode, Marcus looked a lot like this:

Our neighbor Marcus on "Dexter."

Sorry, Marcus. That’s probably not the best still image I could’ve used.

Anyway, just spreading some neighborly love.

They sign for our packages,



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