At the bar last night, two ladies tested my boast that I can karaoke ANY bad song from the 70's. Three beers if I sang the theme from "Mahogany", which I haven't heard in decades.
And I totally nailed it. My PBR-addled brain remembered every syllable of that awful song. I could've sung most of it with the lyrics turned off.
I worry when my brain does that. I went to Catholic school for 12 years, and waking up the wrong lobe of my brain is gonna unlock the scary stuff.
Creative Thing Update - I got Security Officer Fuffykins (the heavily armed kitten) working. Here he is on Cloudy Planet.
He's tricky to use, because he fires in two directions at once. For example, he can shoot the Flying Gray Blob or the Saucer, but he'll end up destroying useful stuff in the opposite tile.
A Hundred Dollar Drawing by Nina Paley (“Animator. Director. Artist. Scapegoat.”)
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if they merged with Hawkwind and the Mothers of Invention, that'd cover almost everyone.
PSA - Every six months or so, you should check yourself for Funkiness. If you're already on this list, it's too late.
The old De Laurentiis version of "Ulysses" was the first Kirk Douglas movie I saw.
It was back in the very early 70's when color TV was a novelty. So whenever a big Technicolor production was on TV, the networks hyped it up, and I was always drawn into the hype.
And I am determined to never watch that movie again, because I'm sure my memories of the movie are far superior to the reality.
. . .although "Jason and the Argonauts" was totally badass when I was a kid, and it's still cool.
@johnhattan seems hard to escape that conclusion, eh? Although a hundred years ago, folks complained that there were too many books to read, so maybe there’s not much of a difference between your good book and the Roci’s latest space exploits.
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