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Ellyde and Darnell in Los Angeles!

…visited all the way from New York!

We only hang out in Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles… in that order,



…you can go see it in one of these theaters!

Dallas: AMC Grapevine Mills 30

Chicago: AMC South Barrington 30

Atlanta: AMC Southlake Pavilion 24

Phoenix: AMC Arizona Center 24

Detroit: AMC Forum 30

Tampa: AMC Veterans Expressway 24

Philadelphia: AMC Cherry Hill 24

Minneapolis: AMC Eden Prairie Mall 18

Los Angeles: AMC Burbank 8

New York: Cinema Village

If you don’t live in one of those cities, you can watch it on VOD.

More details later this week,


…when it was making the news rounds, but didn’t get around to it until now.

Draven Rodriquez, a high school senior attending New York’s Schenectady High School, submitted this photo of him to run in the school’s yearbook.

Draven Rodriquez & Mr. Bigglesworth: My Heroes

This portrait is a thing of pure beauty. It features Draven’s cat, Mr. Bigglesworth, and laser beams. LASER BEAMS, PEOPLE! LASER BEAMS!

Of course, the school initially said they wouldn’t run it, but luckily common sense won over when the school’s principal, Diane Wilkinson, agreed to let Rodriquez and Mr. Bigglesworth appear on her page… and only if she could pose along with them with her mixed chihuahua Vivienne.

Principal Wilkinson is officially the coolest high school principal ever.

Last week, my comment on this story would’ve been, “Let this kid run his photo, dumbasses.” This week, my comment is, “Bravo, Principal Wilkinson.”

I mean, it’s just a goofy, silly, ridiculous senior photo. And believe me, if anyone knows about goofy, silly, ridiculous senior photos, well… I do.

Seventeen-Year-Old Justin Shady: ALSO My Hero

Twenty years later, I still don’t regret it,


Last month, I said I was going to do this.

Here’s Day 19 (“Something New”):

30-Day Drawing Challenge: Day 19 ("Something New")

Eleven to go,


…continues to impress me:

Keeping an eye on him,


…and he’s been pretty vocal about it.

But you know what’s funny? Not only is his nephew openly gay, but Paladino himself owned properties in Buffalo that housed two gay nightclubs, one of which was run by Paladino’s son William.

I guess gays are disgusting enough to not profit off of, huh?

Vote Cuomo,


Check out this short behind-the-scenes documentary about a Dead Man’s Bones show in New York last year.

For those of you who don’t know, Dead Man’s Bones is the product of Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields. Together, these two bring beauty to all things creepy… even skull-faced children!

As an extra special bonus, keep your eye out for a cameo from PR machine Kathryn Frazier. Kathryn is a publicist I’ve known exclusively through email for a long time now, but I’ve never actually seen her face until now! This might not mean anything to you, but to Vinnie Baggadonuts and me it’s kind of cool.

PART I: Dead Man’s Bones: St. Peter’s Choir

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PART II: Dead Man’s Bones: Talent Show

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PART III: Dead Man’s Bones: Beyond the Veil

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Day of the Dead Man’s Bones,


…who is currently living in New York, sent me these photos last week.

The Syfy Network, looking to promote their “Alice” miniseries, sent a bunch of bunnies marching through the streets of Manhattan last week.

Their heads aren’t nearly as disturbing as their creepy necks. Yikes!

Anyway, here are a few photos from the event. Click on each image to view a larger version.

Rabbits from Syfy's Alice miniseries

Rabbits from Syfy's Alice miniseries

Rabbits from Syfy's Alice miniseries

Michelle with a Rabbit from Syfy's Alice miniseries

Thanks for sending ’em along, Michelle!

Down the rabbit hole,


Old Poop!