Friday, July 23, 2010


Missionary position

Both knees on the ground and hands clasped in front. Simple, really.

TODAY'S BOOK: "Well, Duh!: Our Stupid World, and Welcome to It", by Bob Fenster ((c) 2004)


Monday, July 12, 2010


369th post

9,000 DAYS, people.
Another milestone comes and passes...

TODAY'S BOOK: "East is East",  by George Mikes ((c) 1958)

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Monday, July 05, 2010


368th post

The New Adventures of Little Toot has got to be one of the most obscure animated movies of all time. I can barely find any proof for its existence on the Internet, and its entire IMDb entry was written by me. (Thankfully, I'd had the foresight to preserve the cast list for posterity before the videotape got lost.)
Without further ado, here is the only footage I can find from it--the movie's sole song (except for the one during the credits), "Percy's Perfect Purple Pickled Pelican Pellets":

It's quite obvious the animators were heavily influenced by "Pink Elephants on Parade" from Dumbo. To quote from one of only two reviews for this film on, this song "will rob you of your sanity". So you can thank me once they take you away (ho ho, hee hee, ha ha) to the funny farm!

TODAY'S BOOK: "The Dosadi Experiment", by Frank Herbert ((c) 1977)


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