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FDA Study Claims Shaolin and Wu-Tang Could Be “Dangerous”

After nearly 20 years of research, millions of dollars and 47 solo albums, the FDA has determined the Shaolin and the Wu-Tang, if combined, could cause hundreds of unwanted side effects including carcinomas, melanomas, vanillaromas, mumps, measles, pneumonia, walking kidney disorder, small pox, beagle imitation syndrome, death and even acne. 276 more words

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Let There Be (Less) Light

The painter Caravaggio was a murderer, but true to his trademark chiaroscuro, history obscures that fact.  Our lives are constant interplay between light and shadow, let’s not pretend otherwise.   35 more words



For just one night I wanted to live like Ryan Gosling, so I went to the Pitiful Princess to do as Gos would do– empathize completely and offer comfort in the dark.   313 more words


HBO Pitch

I am convinced that my friend, Lisa (famous poet/barista to the stars) and her lady posse (also rockin’ in their own ways) have the making for an HBO Original Series.   27 more words

Zany Schemes

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I tried Tinder recently and didn’t quite get it.  I swiped right a lot and nothing happened.  The whole thing kind of crushed me, so I deleted the app and retreated into a world of my own.   37 more words


Metalcore Band's Frontman Quits, Guitarist Says Band Will Continue Without Him

As reported by Loudwire, the frontman of a famed metalcore band announced that he will be parting ways with the band. The news comes just after the release of the outfit’s latest studio album, released on a major label. 278 more words

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Deathspell Omega Sues Ministry of Magic

POITIERS, France — Bible metal group Deathspell Omega filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of Magic (MOM) for trademark infringement Sunday afternoon.

In a strongly worded sermon delivered at the Post-Christ Church of Blackened Genesis today morning, Deathspell Omega alleged that the MOM, for an improved version of the infamous Killing Curse, has stolen their name. 531 more words

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