Back in the summer of 2000, Brian was working at Macy’s and quit. I made a web comic based on the events, but the comic was never posted (it was most likely intended for the Cave of Trouble site). Now, nine years later, here it is.
This garlic bread had the most disgusting amount of garlic butter on it. This is post oven; there was so much that it didn’t melt totally.
When I saw The Monster That Challenged the World (1957), directed by Arnold Laven, briefly featured in Joe Dante’s Piranha (1978), I decided to check it out. For late 50’s sci-fi, it is pretty good. The monster are actually monsters, slugs to be exact, in The Monster That Challenged the World. The movie comes on a double DVD with It! The Terror From Beyond Space (1958), directed by Edward L. Cahn. It! The Terror From Beyond Space was a massive influence on Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979). While Alien drew from a number of sources, like A. E. van Vogt’s The Voyage of the Space Beagle (1950), It! The Terror From Beyond Space really is Alien, man in a rubber suit and all.
Q: Why didn’t Link go to Applebees?
A: Because he went to Rupee Tuesday.
I got a new toaster recently as a gift. Before I tell you about it, I need to give you a little backstory on my relationship with toasters. A couple of years, when I was living with Mike and Joe, Mike and I figured we needed a toaster to fill our occasional toasting needs. So we went to Target or something and bought the cheapest toaster we could for $6.
It was piece of shit.
This is some shit. I bought a Burger King milk shake the other day on the PA turnpike. I got a medium. It was fucking enormous of course. So big they didn’t give me a regular straw for it. I got a straw so big it had it’s own branding. The BK Pipe™. Apparently the product of “Have it your way technology.”