Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The stuff Tomalo111 deserves

From his shitty youtube page...


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you dumb white faggot. I hope black gangs rape and ebat the crap out of u dumb whtie boy.

dont be a little bitch dude your country is still a piece of shit.you litte bitch. least we fought the germans your just too much of a little cunt to even fight plus poland has alot of russian weapons in their military. so FUCK YOU AND FUCK NATO and dont ever talk shit about che . whore

Anatomy of a hate-mongering scumbag!



  This scumbag calls himself Tomalo111 and is a stupid little bitch!  Give him a piece of your mind at:  http://www.youtube.com/user/Tomalo111

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Facebook (43) | Photos of You

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Saturday, January 09, 2010

Throwback

Pepsico just came out with a limited edition "Throwback" of three of their softdrinks. That is, not only in the original packaging but (unlike Coca-Cola "Classic") it's the original formulas with real sugar instead of that nasty high-fructose corn syrup...

Anyways tried the Throwback Pepsi and I don't taste much difference, and I don't remember if it did taste different back in the 70s when I grew up... But the Throwback Mountain Dew is a real hit. Tastes like it should taste, with a citrus tang you just don't get with MD today. Didn't try Dr. Pepper, which I never liked in the first place anyhow...

Thursday, January 07, 2010

The Bell Jar and the Hanging Garden

Both these book are novels by poets, Sylvia Plath and David Wagoner respectfully. The Wagoner book is supposed to be a horror novel -- an ex-mayor and dog-handler moves to a new town and discovers that some mutts were substituted for his pedigrees (which were killed.) He finds there is a sick, sadistic and insane cabal with the dogcatcher and the wife of the town's mayor. Sure enough there are visions of horror but the ending is too abrupt and undramatic, like that of a TV movie from the 70s. And the book is too short besides, which is too bad because it had the potential for being a study in humanity's bestial side...

The Sylvia Plath book is cool though -- I was expecting just her poetry (which I wanted to trace how she inspired Nico's the Marble Index album), but this is a good view of her struggle with schizophrenia and suicide. And plenty of dark sarcastic humor to go around as well... Imagine if Ann Coulter wasn't mired in stupid politics, she'd write something like this...

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Southern fried horror, yeehah!

The Elementals by Michael McDowell

Probably the best horror book I've read that isn't by Stephen King... A Southern lady dies and some of the family moves into three sets of houses called Bedlame in Mobile, Alabama. But the third house is uninhabited, full of sand and inexplicable spirits dubbed 'elementals' conspiring to take over the other houses and kill the inhabitants. Kinda slow cooking (so to speak) but worth it for the terrifying conclusion.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Ugly "white-pride" Rastas

What is it about some of these racist people that look like the people they hate? Here's Craig Cobb:

Thursday, July 23, 2009

I Made a Monster by the Undead

Well what more have I got to say bout Bobby Steele? Ex-Misfits guitarist, erstwhile "Conservative Punk" but also having the distinction of being a really nice guy who managed to overcome disabilities from getting Spina Bifida (I think it was...) The sad thing is conservative politics aren't really welcome in the punk scene to the point where a record label in Germany is now standing in the way of the Undead touring there. (Shame! Not to mention unfair...) Of course my point is that every band should say what they want even if it's neo-nazi stuff -- as much as I diagreed with the noise act Brethren I have to say their album Savage Inequalities is still one of the best recent Industrial music works. Bt I digress...

The new record is called "I Made a Monster" and I dunno what it's about -- maybe a look back at the past? Anyways you can get it on glow-in-the-dark vinyl and comes in a sleeve modelled after the classic Al Jaffe fold-up back covers from Mad Magazine. The music is straight-ahead punk rock, not quite as cheesy and some of that retrogressive punk/garage still floating around these days... But me being a Misfits fan (and who isn't?) I have to like this.

Get it from http://www.theundead.com... Oh yeah, forgot to mention for all you Satanic droogies out there famed writer Warlock Gausten plays drums on the 7", so buy or die!