Many things are strange things and here are things from our writings. Interviews, adventure trails, cooking recipes and homebrew breakdowns.
The lower you go, the further back in time you venture. Delight.
Rare biscuits are as common as diarrhoea and not surprisingly look good enough to eat through dirty money. Wash, wipe, repeat, and you’ve got yourself a scheme brewing.
#viajesconmigoyconotro - 2 new photos added at 1800 hrs of 24 January 2019
“Every day I keep writing this report bit by bit, so that it looks like a diary without a date. Please be patient in reading it.” (Letter of Sebastian Rodrigues)
Others may have an idea enough to knit beanies weeks ahead of time. Others still decide two days earlier is enough to rack up the car with supplies and head twelve hours long over an estimated nine to stand in with the crowd marching on with signs and clear plastic backpacks.
Here then, a non-exhaustive, non-comprehensive list of all the plausible references, easter eggs, nods and connections in the scenes and cameos of The Asylum's Sharknado 2: The Second One.
Worlds traded with two of the nicest people in the world. They happen to be in the same band. Edited only for consistency of style.
Vicarious pleasure in my brain leads one toward a fantastic life never the same. #thefortnightoflivingdangerously - 1 new photos added at 0900 hrs of 15 December 2013
Leg Butt. And so it begins. And also, this interview with Burton Durand, the creator and mind behind Horse_eComics.
ten flicks hastily reviewed on twitter and posted on the insistence of a crazy-brave editor
Spending money on international calling cards is for the discerning traveller who finds the act of burning actual money rather gauche. Thirty dollars vanishes into a few minutes quicker than catching earwax from a payphone. If you're stranded out somewhere and you're relying on a phone card to get you through... oh dear.
Lo-fi photo essay walking the lands of Israel #ThisIsTelAviving
Standing near a wrestler just outside a clothesline's reach and volleying questions to their answers has got to be something close to an interview when the transcript is done.
The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was making people think he didn't exist. Jim Davis, on the other hand, sits in an cloud fluffed by others where he no longer works directly on the Garfield comic strip. Causing controversy to right that boat and steer the light back onto his hands was enough to muddy, and seemingly dispel, the rumours for at least another year.