Bobby “Stock Still” Jenkins, arguably the world’s most well-known dead body, has died at the age of 62. “When I found him lying face down in his breakfast, I just thought he was doing it again. Pretending to be dead when he really wasn’t,” Mrs. Grace Jenkins, Bobby’s wife of 35 years said. “I’m still not absolutely sure, but he’s been in the ground three days now and nothing yet.” Read the full story
The 4K/UHD podcast is back again with so much good stuff.
Here are just some of the topics covered in the the October 10th, 2016 edition.
* The anatomy of “How it’s REALLY Made” videos are REALLY made. There’s so much that goes into these things than you might have ever thought.
* A 4K/UHD review of Westworld on HBO and why you really must check it out… and I swear to god, if this gets taken down for being a review I’ll burn every review I’ve done in the past to the ground, you copyright usury bastards!
Listen to it
Or you can download it by right-clicking and selecting “save as” right here. It’s also available on iTunes.
The you-know-where has been abuzz with speculation on the novella in quasi-dramatic form that Wallace Runnymede is due to self-publish in the near future.
(Well, June, actually. But then, why should Wallace Runnymede tell you the exact date at this stage? That would spoil all the fun; or Wallace Runnymede’s fun, in any case; which is not an entirely inconsequential consideration, after all).
However, the Malign-Forces-of-International-Creative-Transparency-Fundamentalism may be somewhat disappointed, that Wallace Runnymede’s first fairly lengthy work will be released under a pseudonym, and not under his real name. Read the full story
INDIANAPOLIS – Police arrested a 35-year-old man last night after eye-witnesses reported him knocking dead the 47 theatre goers who came to see his portrayal of Iago in a community theatre production of Shakespeare’s Othello.
Brian Mathis, a longtime member of Indianapolis Mainstage Theatre, was taken into police custody late last night after giving what was widely agreed to be a sterling portrayal throughout the 3-hour show. Read the full story
LOS ANGELES- After recent reports have surfaced over the lack of news coverage given to Mitt Romney, the Romney/Ryan campaign sought to tackle the issue through a different approach.
Romney campaign manager Matt Rhodes tells US Weekly that “It’s no surprise the liberal media is trying to marginalize Mitt. We saw this coming. We devised a plan to get Mitt and Paul out there, in the television of every home, without the help of the major news outlets, Prime time drama.” Read the full story