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…as if you ever had any doubt:

My level of hate for him is amazing,


“He’s the one they call Dr. Feelgood. He’s the one that makes you feel alright. She’s the one they call the sister of Dr. Feelgood. She’s a slut.”

What the hell is wrong with me?



…and thanks to my good friend Frank Cvetkovic for bringing it to my attention.

Just beacuase,


…back in August 2009? Yeah… that was fun… ish.

Well, guess what Kathy’s sister got us for Christmas this year?

Yep. Another detox treatment. And today is Day One.


I’m apologizing to my toilet ahead of time,


…(though I did record an episode a couple weeks back when the Black Keys were on) but a friend sent me this link this morning:

Pretty great, especially the Anderson Cooper part.

Here’s a headline,


…appears as Charles Muntz in this scene remake from Pixar’s “Up.”

Vodpod videos no longer available.

Mark made the short alongside aspiring high school filmmakers for Milwaukee Film’s Filmmakers Workshop. Learn more about Milwaukee Film here, and the Filmmakers Workshop here.

I hope they recreate a scene from “Black Swan” this year… yeah, that scene,


Check out the ninth episode here, and the tenth episode here!

Also be sure to check out their “Create the Flashback Contest” here!

You may just win that hideous outfit my sister is wearing in the above photo. Seriously.

I was a bit behind,


Back in October 2003, “Tastes Like Chicken” ran a cover story called “IT’S A ‘MASK’ MASK!” The cover featured an illustration of a Rocky Dennis Halloween mask as drawn by Staff Member #716. You can check out the cover here.

A couple days ago I received this email from an old “TLC” reader:

I wanted to share this: I got the Rocky Dennis Halloween mask tattooed on my calf last night. Thanks for the inspiration!

– Rocky McCahan

This photo was attached:

Yesterday, he sent me a link to this video:

Rocky McCahan, you’re my inspiration.

“TLC” lives on,


…just started up a new Kickstarter page to help raise money for his band’s (Demo Team) new album (“Trimurti”).

I donated $20 and am getting a copy of the album and a bunch of stickers! Support the arts (and get your very own copy of “Trimurti” in the process) by checking out Demo Team’s Kickstarter page here.

“The Blarg” is a jockstrap for the arts,


…started a new art blog called “Backwards Dinosaur Arm.” Check it out here!

Pimpin’ is easy,


Old Poop!