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San Diego Has a Mighty Herd : The Majestic Centurion Justice Alliance

October 1st, 2008 by D.Billy


If so you should join San Diego’s only herd known as the MAJESTIC CENTURION JUSTICE ALLIANCE.

With the Renaissance Fair only a few months away, the M.C.J.A. is trying to recruit as many local Centaurs as possible to show the fair that San Diego has a mighty herd.

If interested, we meet every Wednesday at the Alpha Horse’s stable in La Mesa at 8:00 P.M.

Please call: Chiron at


Awesome, awesome, awesome. Many times over.

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Never Forget (the) Hand Painted Eyeballs

September 30th, 2008 by D.Billy

One of the best things about working at an art school is finding stuff like this on the bulletin boards:

Never Forget / Hand Painted Eyeballs

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Transforming the Trifold : Doctored Science Fair Photos

September 17th, 2008 by D.Billy

Grab your judge’s clipboard and head down to the gym to check out these blue-ribbon science fair Photoshops from Flickr user Dr. Monster (a.k.a. illustrator / designer Travis Pitts):

After the jump: testing the feline semiconductor, the prohibitive cost of white cardboard, and a sadlarious bribery attempt.

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I Have Seeeen Things…

September 6th, 2008 by D.Billy

I cannot even explain the unholy love that I feel for these episodes of Welcome to My Study from Mitch Magee:


Coincidentally — by which I mean “I discovered this only after I told everyone I know about these videos” — Mitch and our pal Eliza are friends, and have worked together on a few projects, such as Sexual Intercourse American Style and Why We Don’t Have Our Own Show.

More things in Mitch’s study drawers on his YouTube page.

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Same Difference.

August 29th, 2008 by D.Billy

Sometimes a piece of poetry, prose, visual art or music manages to transcend the perceived boundaries that separate us.  On those rare occasions, disparities of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and political affiliation are stripped away, and we stand bare-assed and grinning, basking in the blinding light of our common ridiculousness.  Click away, and soak it in:

(Via The Triumph of Bullshit. Requires sound and Flash player.)

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Bang Your Head and Brush Your Teeth : Muppets Go Metal

August 21st, 2008 by D.Billy

There’s just something beautiful about the cultural dissonance created when something saccharine and innocent meets something…well… not.

Case in point – these stellar YouTube mashups, which pair old Muppet Show and Sesame Street footage with death metal songs:

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Paul McCarthy : Flush Twice and Light a Giant Match

August 12th, 2008 by D.Billy

Today’s edition of The Guardian brings us one of the best headlines that we have ever seen anywhere:

“Giant Dog Turd Wreaks Havoc at Swiss Museum.”

Just take that in for a second.

Okay, good.

Now, the turd in question is a mammoth-sized inflatable sculpture by Paul McCarthy, entitled “Complex Shit”, pictured here:

As noted in the Guardian article, the sculpture got caught in a storm and broke loose of its moorings outside of the Paul Klee Centre in Berne, Switzerland … (insert “loose stool” joke here) … and sailed through the air almost 660 feet, knocking down a power line and breaking a window before ultimately — and this is beautiful — landing outside of a childrens home.

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The Dark Knight’s Dumbbells and Hulk’s Green Thumb

August 11th, 2008 by D.Billy

More in the ever-entertaining ‘regular-folks-in-superhero-costumes-performing-mundane-tasks’ idiom, this time from photographer Gregg Segal:

There are more on Gregg’s website, and for other posts documenting our love for this milieu, check out our previous encounters with a down-on-his luck Captain America, and various sci-fi characters in domestic settings.

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Klondike Commercial From ‘I Eat Pandas’

August 4th, 2008 by Jeff Simmermon

My friends Glennis and Eliza of I Eat Pandas just shot a commercial for Klondike Bars. From the Youtube page:

Klondike held a contest recently where they asked users to create and upload their own commercials for Klondike bars. The only real restriction was no “violence or acts that appear to cause harm”. And we tried. We really did. We even hired a beatboxer to star in it. But, well, we are what we are.

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SPAMtastic: Prejudice, Conspiracy Theory, Has-Been Boxing, and the Tragic Loss of Britney Spears

July 24th, 2008 by D.Billy

I’m one of those people who tries to keep my Inbox relatively clean.  I fail miserably, but at least I want it to be more uncluttered than it is, and I think that aspiration counts for something.  However, one battle front on which I am an unequivocal victor is that of the Spam folder.  I manually delete that shit before Gmail even has the chance to do it for me.  When empty, the Spam folder displays the text “Hooray, no spam here!” and I think, “You’re goddamn right there isn’t.”

But once in a while, the universe sees fit to bestow upon me a piece of electronic junk mail so wonderful and perfect, so beautifully off-kilter in either its subject line or content, that it gives pause to my ‘delete’ finger.  Case in point, this message that I received yesterday:

Such a simple and perfect non-sequitur.

Or is it?

One day later, I received this little nugget from a different address:

Holy christ!
What seemed at first like total random word generation has suddenly turned into a somewhat linear pseudo-narrative!  Whatever the fuck nekkid Britney did in that video to expose the secret trifecta has apparently caused her untimely demise, and set off a chain of events that will undoubtedly lead to the King of Pop having one of his plastic ears bitten off on pay-per-view. I’m keeping my eyes peeled for the next installment of this saga to get caught in my mail filters.

(NOTE: Yes, I blurred the links. And I deleted the messages after I took the screenshots.  If we click on spam links, even in the name of investigative internet comedy-journalism, then the terrorists have won.  Besides, whatever they linked to could never be as good as the stories y’all are forming right now.)

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