Thursday, December 31, 2009

A Peek into Charleton Heston's Basement

No wonder he was the head of the NRA. Or was it that he had this fetish because he was the head of the NRA...? Chicken or egg thing, I guess.

Click on each pic to enlarge.

Friday, September 18, 2009


1000 Funerals, Abattoir, Abhorred Existence, Abominator, Abortarium, Absolute Hatred, Accept Death, Acheron, Acid Bath, Amoebic Dysentery, Apiary, Asphyx, Atheist, Atrocious Abnormality, Atrocious Abnormality, Atrocity, Atrosis, Autopsy, Behemoth, Belphegor, Benediction, Blasphemic Cruelty, Bolt Thrower, Brejn Dedd, Brutal Devastation, Bukkake Tsunami, Cadaver, Cancer, Cannibal Corpse, Carcass, Cardiac Arrest, Carnage, Carnage Asada, Cattle Decapitation, Cemetery Rapist, Cephalic Carnage, Cephalotripsy, Convulsus, Corpse Cum, Corpse Dismemberment, Cuntworm, Darkthrone, Death, Decapitated, Decrypt, Deicide, Desultory, Deterioration, Dethroned, Devourment, Digested Flesh, Disgorge, Disincarnate, Dismember, Divine Pustulence, Dying Fetus, Edge of Sanity, Electro Toilet Syndrom, Entombed, Excruciation, Execration, Fecal Corpse, Foetopsy, Genocaust, Gorefest, Gorguts, Grave, Grotesque, Gut, Guttural Secrete, Guttural Secrete, Hail of Bullets, Hate Eternal, Horde Casket, I Shit on Your Face, Immolation, Impetigo, Incision, Incubus, Infestdead, Inhuman Dissillency, Jungle Rot, Kataklysm, Katatonia, Katatonia, Krisiun, Kuntle, Lapidate, Lividity, Loudblast, Maceration, Malevolent Creation, Massacra, Massacre, Masticate, Merciless, Monstrosity, Morbid Angel, Morgoth, Mortal Decay, Nailed Shut, Napalm Death, Necrophagist, Nekros, Nihilist, Nile, Nocturnus, Obeisance, Obituary, Opeth, Orchiotomy, Pestilence, Pollution, Possessed, Pungent Stench, Purulent Jacuzzi, Putrid Pile, Ribspreader, Rottenness, Sadus, Sarcophagus, Sceptrum Mortiferum, Screaming Afterbirth, Septic Devourment, Sepultura, Severed Savior, Skinned, Slaughter, Slayer, Spermswamp, Splatterwhore, Stab Wounds, Suffocation, Syphilic Gitrot, Therion, Torture Division, Unanimated, Unearthed Corpse, Unleashed, Vader, Viral Load, Vital Remains, Vital Remains, Wounded Knee

Next week: care to add to this list?

Bukkake Tsunami... that one gets some prize.

Please send me all the best names you can find to add to the collection. Fanks!

Impaled Nazarene - tx to Crazy Frank

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Names of Pain

Ever wonder where those ex nerdy geek boys fished the names for their big new companies once they hit the big time?

It's all in the name.

Sounds to me like they had plenty of teenage sexual problems, and their revenge was not forgetting where they came from. Finally getting paid, after never getting laid as young men, they've been able to describe their private parts and their condition to common household and now senseless words -- MICROSOFT and EUNIX.


Wednesday, July 15, 2009

This Week's Most Alarming Headlines

Nuclear booby-trap devastates Sri Lanka: ‘Gotcha!’ says rebel leader’s suicide note

Mirrored buildings killing more elderly drivers

Dear Abby: Is 84 too late to give up drugs?

N. Korea goes ballistic after Fox anchor mocks small missiles

Space Station’s Tang supplies critically low; NASA fears mutiny, scurvy

New ‘Frenemy’ app spins web of malicious gossip

‘Hipster Grifter’ deployed to Iraq

Urine the money! Out of water, Vegas casinos offer perks for recycling

Web 2.0 moguls spark leather pants craze in Silicon Valley

Renegade nun re-frocks herself at Forever 21

Parents sue after brain-dead teen denied Harvard admission

Doomsday cult books cruise to Mount Ararat

Peace activists plan to cross DMZ

Wienermobile in freak collision with carnival workers

Farmers Council vows to squash dissenters

Lindsay Lohan buys house next door to Jonas Brothers

WWII buffs re-enact Bataan Death March at Florida outlet mall

Haitian president says crisis may require greater sacrifices

Strange new microbe feeds on silicone

Viking biker gang seizes control of Iceland’s capital: Elves vow, ‘This isn’t over’

‘Pregnant man’ struggles with chores, derailed career a year after giving birth

Courtesy of C. Ward

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Fatal Fall into Vat of Chocolate

Fatal fall into vat of chocolate

A man has died after falling into a vat of melted chocolate in a New Jersey processing plant.
The accident happened on Wednesday as 29-year-old Vincent Smith, a temporary worker at the Cocoa Services plant, was loading chocolate into a vat where it is melted and mixed before being shipped elsewhere to be made into sweets.
A co-worker tried to shut off the machine and two others tried to pull Mr Smith out of the 8ft-deep vat. He was hit and fatally injured by the agitator that mixes the chocolate.

Friday, June 26, 2009

MJ Dead? Feels Awkward...

He Wasn't Supposed to Die!

A London Daily Telegraph article gives a list of 100 facts about Michael Jackson. One fun fact: The fictional character he was trying to imitate with his continuous body modifications was Peter Pan.

Thinking about the way he's looked over the years, I think he had succeeded in doing that, and also in fulfilling to the most humanly possible degree his Peter Pan Syndrome. Becoming a wealthy artist made him capable of following his own fantasy, while simultaneously creating a mythology about himself all over the world — over which, by the way, he had much less control.

And myths never die.

The guy was in pretty good shape physically, despite general fallout from multiple bad cosmetic surgeries and pharmaceuticals to sustain such errors. Beyond the strange anime expression achievement, he looked nowhere near any other "normal" human 50-year-old male that I can think of. His nose eventually resembled the two-dimensional, upturned Disney character feature, and his eyes, facial shape and hair the stereotypical Japanese anime super-heroes: elegantly elongated, effeminate and seductive androgynous creatures, who always break everybody's heart and save everyone's day, even as underdogs. (They also typically have extreme round eyes and very white skin - both very un-Asian traits.)

His body stayed lithe and adolescent, regardless of substances employed to keep in that condition. In the same way, models who are under high pressure to maintain within the body type employ any available scientific and empirical methods to continue resembling the highly abstract and idealized form of that particular esthetic. It also doesn't have much of a basis in real life — hence its popularity: Nobody really looks like that, and to be born with some of those culturally idealized traits, or to be able to modify one's self into them creates the high-prized specialness of the Holy Freak.

In his world he achieved a level of perfection: matching the flawed human to the ideal. In the art milieu, several artists have worked with this concept, most notably Orlan: using cosmetic surgery on herself — and creating performance out of the actual surgeries — as a means to resemble her own esthetic ideals. This differs from Hollywood actors, or general public even, who undergo cosmetic procedures to visually fit the esthetics of the market, or of the current powerbase.
In this respect Jackson was the ultimate performance artist, making his body integral part of his world spectacle, and setting no limits on his private life in order to achieve this personal artistic vision most completely.

He actually was able to remain the eternal teenager, psychically as well as physically. That would be a guess confirmed somewhat by the level of friendships — or even relationships —with young boys he was able to maintain for a long time under wraps.There are two distinct popular schools of thought on this, after his latest scandal-riddled news revelations: one that he is Jackson, the reincarnation of the Archangel Michael (there really was a cult who believed that to be true) — the one who does good for all the children by spreading his message in world-wide unification through catchy music and dance, as he also once claimed; and the other that he is an evil clone of Jackson who took over and monstrously transformed him into an unintelligible, freakish child-molesting tycoon, who in his older years could no longer control himself privately nor publicly. In fact, the more he sought to embrace world causes relevant to children in order to more plainly demonstrate his heartfelt innocence, the more it registered as a strident media ploy to cover up plausibly unlawful activities. His wealth did not help him there. His predicament of dabbling in possibly the last taboo topic of our iconoclastic times —as well as one of the most understudied — did not beg positive media attention with a ten-foot-pole. When he was mentioned, it had to be with an automatic built-in attachment of condemning clause.

So, were these little boys — whose claims against Jackson made him the permanent defiler and scarrer of their innocence — truly the future victims of life-long PTSD and therefore unable to live a functional life because of their intoxicated sleepovers with some rich famous freak,or were they just lucky to have shared some kind of intimacy with one of the greatest pop music geniuses of our time in the weird way he knew how to be intimate?

Depends on which planet you're on.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

This Week's Most Alarming Headlines

Polar bear escapes Kansas zoo, dies of boredom

Hello Hentai toys a hit with Japanese teens: Is fad headed here?

Herpes superbug colonies thrive in motel pillows

Kiss and kill: Tubercular temptress terrorizes Toronto

Hurricanes fling millions of deadly pythons across Disney World

Morales rallies Bolivia in face of economic crisis: ‘We have what it takes to get through this’

Settlers rush to claim new Pacific trash islands

Investigators can’t make heads or tails of latest cattle mutilations

SF Crystal Queens take speed-talking trophy; Bakersfield Hash Slingers a close second

Susan Boyle in lesbian love triangle with Ibiza strippers

Five billion swine flu survivors look for someone to sue

Bravo’s ‘Suture Self’ offers beauty on a budget

In peace gesture, Muslim terrorists offer not to behead children

Fidel Castro elopes with Cher, will help market rejuvenation serum

Air France victims may have been eaten by underwater Nazis: Experts

Wendy’s says food almost 100% free of roach particles

Pentecostal messiah says anyone can get into heaven, but it’ll cost ya

Study finds almost all U.S. adults believe others to be deluded – and they’re right

‘Reality’ was coerced, say TV stars: Lawsuit claims producers threatened to expose true events

Doomsday bomb goes off too soon, destroys Philippines: ‘Sorry, it won’t happen again,’ cult leader promises

Courtesy of C. Ward

Friday, May 29, 2009

This Week's Most Alarming Headlines

This Week’s Most Alarming Headlines

Nigerian banker appointed to head IMF

Astronauts on five-year Mars mission hit dangerous cloud of blue balls

Seeking street cred, Bush opens office in South Bronx

Genocide feared as Cambodian clans battle for doughnut customers

Drug war victims demonstrate in Sacramento; demand better drugs

Hysterical frenzy of terror and desperation sweeps city as cold front nears

Adopted Chinese girls receive KILL NOW signal

CIA reveals computer chips were implanted in children’s brains, won’t say when

Voodoo economics makes a comeback in Haiti

Carnival cruise attacked by jellyfish, sharks, pirates: ‘But at least there was no E. coli’

Cheney warns critics in media: ‘Don’t forget who’s running this country’

Meth cloud blankets Bakersfield after cops raid drug warehouse

Rash of levitating kids traced to LSD in candy bracelets

Porn star Anal Annie sues for age discrimination; wants to keep working until she’s 90

Mexican border violence spills over into Canada

N. Korean nuclear plant melts down, disappears into ground

Dozens of exotic new humanoids discovered near Chernobyl

Mexican officials furious over California cutbacks: ‘How are we supposed to educate our kids?’

Advanced apes seize control of secret research lab

Geraldo attempts to follow doomsday cult in trek across DMZ

Adderall superachievers announce plan to revise Bible, rule the universe

Price of stamps to increase hourly when no one’s looking

Courtesy of C. Ward

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

This Week's Most Hopeful Headlines

Clean energy flows through grid, bringing hope to millions

Farms, flowers spring up in former slums

Young idealists swear, ‘This time, things will turn out differently’

Renewed oceans brimming with fish, birds

Airlift rescues Africa’s starving children

U.N. to rule Jerusalem as ‘international city,’ open to all

Welcomed by classmates, misfit teens lose interest in drugs

New graduates find fulfilling jobs, won’t have to grovel and sell their souls

Former hookers find love and happiness at community center

Hit man finds honest work, discovers joy in growing tomatoes

Billionaires emerge from guarded compounds, share their wealth

Touched by act of kindness, elderly recluse decides to venture out

L.A. residents breathe freely; skies clear and blue once more

Night skies sparkle over Nevada

As crime fades into memory, children enjoy parks alone

Religious leaders throw out ‘dumb old books,’ move on

Witch doctors declared extinct

Back from the brink, coral reefs a riot of color

International borders dissolve in new era of trust, cooperation

City limits redrawn in way that makes sense

Homes, food plentiful as population shrinks

Songbirds fill trees in abandoned prisons

Spring rains melt away humanity’s past horrors

Courtesy of C. Ward

Friday, May 15, 2009

This Week's Most Alarming Headlines

Listening devices found in Chinese cellphones

Panicky swine flu patient runs into subway, touching every surface

Ratings leap as Fox News blames swine flu on illegal immigrants

Lots of tots getting shot in Watts

Home buyers invade Crown Heights; ad promised ‘urban oasis’

Madonna storms U.N. assembly, demands to be goodwill ambassador

Mysterious surge in ankelosing spondilitis worries local school officials

Cornficker worm spreading via pet doors

Achy joints? Could be flesh-eating disease

Satanic teens infiltrate Six Flags staff

Chinese spyware terrorizes Arizona retirement community

Pee-wee Herman to host ‘Celebrity Sex Crimes’ reality show

Splitting headache? Could be brain-eating zombies

Study shows people who ignore bad news are happier

Ignored by happy people, Africa’s refugees die abused and alone

New Age healers discover dozens of new ailments in Amazon

Mexican drug gangs impose metric system on U.S.

Research shows outdoor exercise doubles risk of violent death

Police powerless as mysterious beheadings continue

Wall Street panic ignites racist rape riots

Paid to remain quiet, Bush rakes in bounty in non-speaking fees

Menudo member exposed as 34-year-old midget

Courtesy of C. Ward

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Get Your Divortion Here!

My new line of business: pulverizing the constraints of forced and unplanned familyhood by providing both divorce and abortion at the same time - for a small fee, of course.

A family law buddy and my medical skills together as one for this convenient service can truly deliver salvation to the unfocused in a matter of minutes - okay, maybe a couple hours max.

Think of the new-found freedom for millions of oppressed and exploited damsels caught up in the avalanche that follows a few petty seconds of passion! Undo the chains of this miserable double-whammy that tends to sneak up on uncareful ladies in a blink of an eye.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

This Week's Most Alarming Headlines

Cyberspies found in Chinese drywall

As recession deepens, freelancers forced to fire themselves

Parents talk to their kids about drugs, get 20-year sentence

GOP leaders demand probe of ‘sexting’ teens

Exploding cellphone erases man’s memories; now he can’t find his keys

Porn star injured by giant penis: ‘I never saw it coming’

Online predators disguise themselves as cute animals

AG launches crackdown on ‘skanky’ amateur porn models

Madonna opens her own orphanage in Brazil

Gay fans confused by Madonna’s Maternity Girl clothing line

SF masochist gives up self-flagellation for Lent

Wal-Mart launches new chain of illicit drug supermarkets: Offers cartel leaders low-wage jobs

Feminist scholars embrace ‘power shopping’

Vegetarian porn site infuriates meat lovers

Amid economic turmoil, ‘Reassuring Delusions’ leaps to top of bestseller lists

Mormonic beliefs gain new followers in Muslim countries

Iranian diplomats admire guillotine on visit to French museum

USC screenwriters enjoy field trip to San Fernando Valley

Sanskrit scholars sell out, go to work in Bollywood musicals

Struggling students learn failure is, in fact, an option

Alien transmission decoded, but you don’t want to know what it says

Courtesy of C. Ward

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Today I'm orbing on...

People's grooming habits & youth fashions

Specific clothing signals which identifies them to a group of self-assessed peers.
Social class codes as signified in detailed accessories: shoes, clutches, purses, bags, backpacks, briefcases, designer messenger bags, computer bags, shopping bags.
Glasses, blings, rings.
Hairstyling. Makeup. Skin condition.

Women's shoes:
Amazing how many ladies wear the extreme pointy tipped stilettos. Always wonder how much paycheck is enough to wear those to a job.

Class issues about:
The falling off pants vs the tight beatle jeans for dudes with pointy bootlets
High heels, skirts, visibly uncomfortable bondage for everyday workwear vs comfy designer flats vs utility boots.
Fat vs thin and extra tight pegleg jeans.
Fashionable/tasteful fat chicks vs colorful/alternastyled character plumpettes.
College/student utiliwear, muted earth colors and beige, in expensive vintage-imitation 70s frocks kids vs personalitywear, vintage, unique and lowbrow arty.
Office workforce, dotcommer/student/eco-conscious vs. burner fringe semi-groomed.

Mostly, this boils down to my rant against the TASTEFUL. It's such a distasteful word. The end of creativity. Someone else's design to be hiding behind, such as in fashion - haute couture being the creative pitfall for anyone thinking they're arty.

Bleached hair. Artfag hair. Spiking.

In Tokyo all the young salarymen in identical trendy black suits - no tie! - pencil leg pants & pointy shoes, had spiked hair also. About 70% of them. Office guys.

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Another Day, Another Dead 'un.

The schedule varies from being completely uneventful - and the word dead just seems to describe it appropriately - to definitely jumping: bodies to go pick up from all wards at the same time, tissue disposal to do in the back (we'll talk about that one later), relatives and funeral homes calling, and bodies and gurneys to get shuffled around.

Today two bodies weren't logged into the holding area logbook, so no idea where they came from, but I did log them out. New MEAs and nurses sometimes don't know procedures with deceased clients, and there's lots of them these days.

Hospital policy for naming unknown cases (dead ppl who are unidentified) is to give them a random animal name, plus an emergency room code with numbers, until they're identified by coroner or family. They come in to me as Zebra, Antelope, Elephant, Deer, Penguin, Tiger, Lion etc.

Kind of bizarre getting these body bags with critter named tags. Not sure where the idea comes from, to call ppl with animal names, instead of just a number. I'll have to ask.

People wander lost in the hospital underground tunnels. Proof is in the wall hieroglyphics. They are utterly lonely, and sometimes all they can do, besides giving haphazard directions to somebody who might or might not pass the same spot, is answer back desperately to any sign of human communication in these dark labyrinthine dungeons.