From the Only God Forgives soundtrack.
LOVED this film.
Saturday, November 30, 2013
Friday, November 29, 2013
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Hope everyone has a really nice Thanksgiving.
As I recall the year my mother cooked the turkey the day before Thanksgiving because it was "too much of a hassle" to cook it on the actual holiday.
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Monday, November 25, 2013
Sunday, November 24, 2013
They stretched as far as he could see, then well past that. They
surrounded his house like an army frozen in time, the older of them
rotting and falling to pieces on the ground around the stakes which held
them. The age of each followed no pattern. One built in 1972 might well
stand next to one built two weeks ago. Some had, at one time, sported
jack-o-lantern heads; the flame in their faces burning only once - the
night of their birth. Some were topped with plain pumpkins, giving the
impression of an expressionless face, and a question withheld. Over the
years these had returned to the earth, their seeds dropping and coming
back as small green buds. As a result, large portions of the farm were
wild pumpkin patches, the orange fruit growing large in between figures
that seemed to pay them no mind.
Saturday, November 23, 2013
Friday, November 22, 2013
Do you miss the Turkey Day Marathons of yesteryear, when, loaded
with tryptophan, you’d curl up on the sofa with friends and family for a
postprandial MST session? Well, you can relive the magic once again
with a special Web-only Turkey Day Marathon featuring six classic
episodes curated and hosted by Joel.
This streaming event will kick off on Thursday at 9 am PT / 12 noon ET on Thursday, November 28th at MST3KTurkeyDay.com. Fans who have suggestions for episodes they’d like to see included are encouraged to tweet Joel (@JoelGHodgson) with their votes.
Thursday, November 21, 2013
So the vending machine located by the doors of the department in which I work is broken. The dollar slurpy thing won't slurp dollars, so someone put a photo of Gandalf with the words "Bills Shall Not Pass" written on it. In that work environment, I assure you this was rather funny. The work curve in full effect. As I type this now, I realize this is not funny at all. Well, maybe a little.
Anyway, three people came up to me and informed me that they knew I was the one who had placed the paper wizard on the machine. I protested stating that I didn't even care for Lord of the Rings. To the last person I shouted "AND I HATE HARRY POTTER TOO!"
And those stupid Dementors.