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Monthly Archives: May 2014
Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: I was in Atlanta recently for work. Thought I’d share some photos I took. This ferris wheel was right outside the hotel at which I stayed. I guess urban ferris wheels are a thing now? If … Continue reading
Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: This is an earlier edition of this poster, bearing the printed signature of designer Guy Gerard Noël. Noël was one of the greats of French movie poster design, known for his bold use of line and … Continue reading
Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Marie’s a nice combination of bodacious babe and innocent-looking cutie-pie. Her freshness and her penchant for making faces of mock surprise sometimes causes her to resemble a living Elvgren girl — particularly the ones depicted gasping … Continue reading
Blowhard, Esq. writes: This is a strange one. After failing to climax during her first sexual experience, Val, a Spanish-French twenty-something played by Belén Fabra, egged on by her dying grandmother who wishes she spent her whole life fucking, decides that … Continue reading
Blowhard, Esq. writes: Related Paleo Retiree on the first SIN CITY and here he is on THE DREAMERS.
Sir Barken Hyena writes: In this feature we’ll dig deep down into bubbling cauldron of internet weirdness and see what we find. Today, we have a doozy. I give you Ghost Riders in the Sky by đàn bầu Vân Anh. Let’s listen:
Eddie Pensier writes: Green and white tea should be brewed at lower water temperatures (75-80* degrees Celsius) than black or herbal tea (boiling 100 degree water). Too-hot water can burn the more delicate leaves and cause a bitter, over-extracted brew. … Continue reading