Monday, July 31, 2006
Link to the Website here.
Link to Abandoned Stations in NYC here.
More urban exploration here.
Japanese urban exploration here. (photo set 4 is a dilapidated amusement park)
Friday, July 28, 2006
"If you forget yourself in the excitement and shake the bucket too soon, you'll be flattened by two hairy tons of behemoth," the magazine says. "
"Mr Dorje's advice is: "Never shake the bucket of nuts before you're tied to the yak rope."
Never have truer words been spoken. That's some sage advice my man.
Read the story here. (It's A BBC link so it has to be legitimate, C'mon)
Thursday, July 27, 2006
Read the article here.
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
"For many comic fans, the annual Comic Con gathering in San Diego is the Mecca to which they must pay yearly pilgrimage. The complexity of attire is often equated with a wearer's level of devotion, which drives fans to new heights of costuming each year."
See the gallery here
Tuesday, July 25, 2006
"Six friends spruced up in fake blood and tattered clothing were arrested in downtown Minneapolis on suspicion of toting "simulated weapons of mass destruction."
Police said the group were allegedly carrying bags with wires sticking out, making it look like a bomb, while meandering and dancing to music as part of a "zombie dance party" Saturday night."See more of the awesome mugshots and read the story here.
Read about even more of the hi-jinks here.
"The internationally renowned exhibit, Body Worlds 2: The Anatomical Exhibition of Real Human Bodies, comes to the Museum of Science in Boston. The exhibit explores human anatomy and physiology through the study of real human bodies that have been preserved using the ground-breaking process called Plastination. Discover more than 200 authentic human specimens at the most highly attended touring exhibition in the world."
Link Body Worlds 2: Opens July 30.
Monday, July 24, 2006
Friday, July 21, 2006
So who stole all the RRRR's? Perhaps pirates?
Link to the story
That would go great with the Bacon Cereal post a few weeks ago.
Link to the Flickr gallery for photo and recipe.
I can think of many opportunities where this might come in handy.
Link to the story here. See creepy pics here.
What happened to just bringing dead birds home?
Link to the Boston Globe story.
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Steve Miner, director of Lake Placid and Halloween H20, is going to helm the project.
Read more here.
"Once again, we will be meeting at South Station. This march will begin at 6:00pm on July 22nd. Rip your shirt, pore on the fake gore, and come join us for a night of wandering the streets of Boston and Cambridge. This spring's march in Somerville was a real scream, with "audience participation" (the police held back traffic for us, tourists wanted photos). The Brattle is even getting involved."
Details can be found here Brattle Theater.
Myspace page here
Flickr gallery from previous Zombie Marchs here and here.