8 August, 2013
You can now buy fine art (like Hamburger Michel, an Andy Warhol painting selling for $1.45 million) on Amazon. And, like everything else for sale online, it has a bunch of dumbass comments and reviews. Because that’s what art needed: anonymous internet comments.
7 August, 2013
Have you heard of “oil pulling”? It’s an alternative-medicine thing where you load vegetable oil into your mouth (sesame or coconut oil, typically) and swish it around for twenty minutes, then spit it out. It does nothing, as you might imagine, but I found a guy named Dr.* Bruce Fife who has made a career out of telling people with deadly diseases to use oil pulling instead of real medicine.
* Bruce is a “N.D.” Which stands for “Natural Doctor.” Which means “fake doctor.” He runs the Weston A. Price Foundation, which you can google if you’re not afraid of falling into a hurricane of crazy.
6 August, 2013
SO MAD!!! I get bumpersticker. Drug test make me SO MAD.
5 August, 2013
I don’t think anyone is buying “Underground Exterminator”, a coupler to let you hook your car’s exhaust to a garden hose, to kill rodents.
4 August, 2013
“Now That’s What I Call Music” is up to its 47th numbered edition. It’s been a constant source of revulsion for music fans since the first edition was released in 1998 with Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, Aqua, and Marcy Playground tracks. But I didn’t really have anything specifically horrible from this series to show you until I found “Now That’s What I Call Shrek.”