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Interests: The Haunted Mansion, Moto Guzzi, motorcycles, stained glass, Oingo Boingo, Bauhaus, Incubus, David Bowie, Pink Floyd, Laurie Anderson, Kate Bush, Talking Heads, Tom Lehrer, South Park, Family Guy, The Simpsons, Rocky Horror, Star Wars, Terry Gilliam, Danny Elfman, Tim Burton, Stanley Kubrick, Johnny Depp, Pee Wee Herman, Paul Reubens, dirty martinis, Guinness, Robert Anton Wilson, David Sedaris, Augusten Burroughs, Ira Glass, David Rakoff, Margaret Cho
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Mar 15, 2010
AND MY AXE!
Toggle Commented Jan 12, 2010 on sells coal and marigolds at WWdN: In Exile
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Could you post a photo of the location taken during the day so we can confirm that it's really not a streetlight?
Toggle Commented Mar 12, 2007 on any colour you like at WWdN: In Exile
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Could you post a photo of the location taken during the day so we can confirm that it's really not a streetlight?
Toggle Commented Mar 12, 2007 on any colour you like at WWdN: In Exile
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I'd like to second (or third) the recommendation for "The Eyes of Tammy Faye". Though the Bakkers bilked a lot of people out of a lot of money, Tammy Faye was one of the first celebrities to visit AIDS wards, and she hugged and kissed the patients when others wouldn't even go into the rooms without masks and gloves. She may not have been the sharpest crayon in the box but she exhibited more "christian" values than Falwell, John Paul II, and Billy Graham combined.
Toggle Commented Dec 15, 2006 on the sins of the father at WWdN: In Exile
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I'd like to second (or third) the recommendation for "The Eyes of Tammy Faye". Though the Bakkers bilked a lot of people out of a lot of money, Tammy Faye was one of the first celebrities to visit AIDS wards, and she hugged and kissed the patients when others wouldn't even go into the rooms without masks and gloves. She may not have been the sharpest crayon in the box but she exhibited more "christian" values than Falwell, John Paul II, and Billy Graham combined.
Toggle Commented Dec 15, 2006 on the sins of the father at WWdN: In Exile
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Great post, Wil. One thing, though... "The House Un-American Activities Committee, lead by McCarthy, began its reign of terror." You're a decade off there. That was the 50s. McCarthy was long dead by 1966. Oh, and Spock's Brain: Best. Episode. Ever.
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Great post, Wil. One thing, though... "The House Un-American Activities Committee, lead by McCarthy, began its reign of terror." You're a decade off there. That was the 50s. McCarthy was long dead by 1966. Oh, and Spock's Brain: Best. Episode. Ever.
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When I saw the headline, I thought "cool, another obscure quote that I totally get." Then you went and wrote the whole entry about one of my favorite movies. According to the commentary on the DVD, the only sponsor they could get for the movie was the company that makes the little tree air-fresheners. They got a box of unscented pine trees. That also explains all the generic products. "John Wayne was a fag."
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When I saw the headline, I thought "cool, another obscure quote that I totally get." Then you went and wrote the whole entry about one of my favorite movies. According to the commentary on the DVD, the only sponsor they could get for the movie was the company that makes the little tree air-fresheners. They got a box of unscented pine trees. That also explains all the generic products. "John Wayne was a fag."
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Oingo Boingo rocks. Wil, do you shave your chest?
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Oingo Boingo rocks. Wil, do you shave your chest?
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