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Petition Aiming To Rename Saint Louis As The More Accurate “Sinner Louis” Gets 20,000 Signatures In One Day

Alongside Imo’s Pizza, toasted ravioli, Ted Drewes ice cream, and “where did you go to high school?” inquiries, the city of Saint Louis is famous for car break-ins, murder, and a rivalry with Detroit for the top position on “most violent city” lists. 322 more words


The Downward Spiral Of Markus Christobal

What if I told you this was a satirical parody about a person who’s a legend in his own mind?  What if I told you this a journey into sight and sound and this person is a completely fictional character?   756 more words

Alex Popovic

Your Food Freshness Safety Advisor

Have a question about a multi-colored piece of cheese in the fridge?  Stomach rumbling from a heaping helping of leftover tuna noodle casserole?  Before you head for the bathroom, ask Your Food Freshness Safety Advisor for help! 819 more words

Video: Theresa May and the Holy Grail

24 June 2017 | ABC News Australia

Huw Parkinson turns to the fallout from the recent UK general election. Having lost her majority, and with complicated Brexit negotiations and fields of wheat on her doorstep, Theresa May is determined to “get on with the job of government” (and to seek the Holy Grail). 15 more words


Video: .@theresa_may and #HolyGrail. Genius, thought you might enjoy

ABC, the Australian television station, has made a devastating skit of Theresa May’s electoral calamity and the start of Brexit negotiations.  The SKWAWKBOX thought you might enjoy. 136 more words

Fauxhasset Paroder, 50th Edition: Screaming into the Void

After months of people screaming into the void, the void has reportedly started screaming back.

The black hole in the harbor has made a fitting receptacle for the public’s existential despair since it opened in late February. 313 more words

Fauxhasset Paroder

Golem: Unique, Modern and Utterly Captivating

Saturday 24th June 2017 at Harrogate Theatre


Golem is likely like nothing you’ll have ever seen before.
In fact, watching anything from the theatre company 1927 is likely like nothing you’ll have ever seen before. 835 more words