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John Waters is Hosting His Own Sleepover Camp Party

John Waters, director of Pink Flamingos, is taking his camp aesthetic literally. Camp John Waters, which we learned about on AV Club, is an adult summer camp that is set to take place in the Berkshire Mountains of Kent, Connecticut from September 22 to 24. 107 more words

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Bad Dreems - Gutful feature review (Rolling Stone)

Bad/Dreems might be the best Australian band since Eddy Current Suppression Ring. Well, them or Royal Headache. Or Smith Street Band. Whatever.

ANYWAY. Their new album… 66 more words

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Mastodon - Emperor of Sand feature review (Rolling Stone)

Things that are good: the mid-’90s Seattle Supersonics, the bit in Independence Day when you realise how fucking nuts Randy Quaid ended up being, and Atlanta metal Mastodon. 37 more words

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Northlane - Mesmer review (Rolling Stone)

Northlane are really good at making metalcore, and their fourth album Mesmer is no different.  Read my review of it for Rolling Stone right here….

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It's My Body

One of the most common allegations made against pro-lifers, specifically anti-abortion advocates, is that it is an example of a bunch of old white men trying to tell women what they can or can’t do with their bodies. 541 more words

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Thursday Quote Day: Blaise Pascal

This week’s “Thursday Quote Day” features a quote from physicist and philosopher Blaise Pascal:

“The heart has its reasons which reason knows not.”  (Blaise Pascal)

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MUGGSY

MUGGSY, obscure Children’s TV show from the 70’s

This is serious TV trivia.  I remember a television series that was geared to young people that aired on NBC in the 70’s.  279 more words