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History Hits: Gardner-Serpollet Steam Cars

Last week, I wrote about a car that I heard briefly mentioned during an unrelated show of Jay Leno’s Garage, and this week’s car has a similar origin story, although I can’t remember the specific episode. 722 more words

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Tim Curry's Pennywise reference in the new "It" trailer?

The trailer for the new “It” was released (and it’s amazing) but did you catch the easter egg in it? One of the dolls in the back seems to be paying tribute to Tim Curry’s portation of “Pennywise.” It seems to be a good way to say “Respect the past and embrace the future.” “It” will be released in theaters September 8th, 2017.

Horror Articles

Easter Egg ALERT! New trailer for 'The Dark Tower' once again shines light on the imaginary world of Stephen King

Since The Dark Tower was announced and the first official trailer was released, the excitement and buzz from all horror readers has been fanatic. We’eve been lucky enough to have not one, but now two trailers  for… 82 more words

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Ready Player One Comic-Con Trailer Breakdown

We are just past San Diego Comic-Con and we’ve gotten a whole lot of goodness!!!

One in particular that has given me happiness but also caused me some grief is the first trailer for the film adaptation of Ernest Cline’s 2011 novel “Ready Player One.” I’ve got a nice little audio rendition of my thoughts on the trailer here: 31 more words

Pop Culture

The art of Peter Cross

Remember album covers for LP’s? Those were the days when you’d get a sizeable piece of art along with your music. Peter Cross did some of my favourite album covers of all time. 49 more words

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“I’ve found Jerry!”

During my second year of University, like many students, I decided to live with my friends. We’d met in halls and it seemed like the easiest thing to do. 1,011 more words

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Google a rainbow

The  folks over at Google appreciate a wisecrack once in a while.  Look up “queer” and a vertical rainbow strip appears on your screen. Don’t worry,  it disappears again as soon you search for something else.

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