Wednesday, October 31, 2007

The Beginning and the End of Life

In The Bush Mixed media on antique photo by Mia Mäkilä

My Victorian Vampire Mixed media on antique photo by Mia Mäkilä

Gothica II Mixed media on antique photo by Mia Mäkilä

Fishnets widget!

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Happy Halloween!

Haunted house! Be Scared! I am meant to live and nurture ghosts - not you.
For those of you Zillow Booker's who may have missed what Szandora was doing with her right finger due to distraction, I've cropped that element away to make it SFW. She looks like she has a good sense of humor, doesn't she? Maybe she's a funsultant...
I discovered Szandora via a random SpookyBlog find...

This Halloween week, we are just all very excited about the professional contortionist level hotness of the beautiful girls of GothicSluts. Szandora’s spooky socks feature ghosts and the word boo and the classic black and orange Halloween colors. Somehow I’m having trouble focusing on just her cute little feet and their cute little foot coverings. I think it is the ankles all the way behind her ears which is distracting me.

I like spooky things and wish BlueBlood's Spooky cash didn't require an SS# for sweet spooky deals (Follow the $$$).

While structurally unsound, this duplex looks like the sweet haunted deal I want, but it is in firm escrow...

Trigger-happy dogs do a Dick Cheney

Dogs blast hunter with shotgun: Trigger-happy mutts do a Dick Cheney

An Iowa man enjoyed a trip to hospital with 100 birdshot pellets in his calf after hunting dogs let him have it from less than a metre with some pheasant-busting ordnance, AFP reports.

In the comments:

Rise of the Animals™?
By One-armed Freddy
Posted Tuesday 30th October 2007 12:06 GMT
Never mind the RotM, what with the flaming kamikaze squirrels and monkey attacks recently I'm more concerned about the animals rising up and taking over. I'm certain that the government scientist's recent declaration of war on badgers must be what's tipped the animals over the edge. We're doomed!

By Dave
Posted Tuesday 30th October 2007 16:29 GMT
Freddy's not wrong - they're coming for us.

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Fishnets and French Toast

Serial Dreamer by *Alyz

The Phonemes - "Pain Perdu" has a dreamy a cappella sound I rather like (via Said the Gramophone).

In other news Jaakko has posted yet another truly bizarre Terror Blue fumetti synopsis (not for the squeamish and probably NSFW either).

Oh, and despite doubling the RAM on my Vista laptop, performance still sucks.

embryonic. by `hbynoe

Cracking the wrong joke can land you in jail

Apparently, Burma's junta only tolerate jokes in English. Perhaps because they don't understand them?

Lu Maw said that everyone in Myanmar was busy trying to keep up with rising prices, which is what drove people onto the streets to protest in August. He noted that Par Par Lay was sentenced in 1996 to "seven years for one joke" at Aung San Suu Kyi's place. Now, thanks to inflation, Lu Maw cracked, you make "two jokes and get 100 years in prison."
- Sober times for Myanmar's comics

Artwork: Laughing Buddha by ~FunkyStar

Friday, October 26, 2007

Battleship Down!

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I thought this book looked rather intriguing and hope a Groovy Ager might review it one of these days.

In other news Zillow Book is currently really big in Saudi Arabia and I have no idea why.

Vanishing Fishnets for Friday

I like the ethereal, dream-like quality of this one...

Vanish by ~bottlefairy

Search terms du jour:

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knick-nack patty whack, give the frog a loan
masons are nihilists
pink revolution, myanmar embassy
lovely nudes
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burmese nudes
anya milk bath
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frank lloyd wright's pen
burmes nude girls
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u than shwe blog
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blog blinkies
roge - body shots ( photo art, 27 hq pictures)
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funny blogs
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architecture books blog
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akubi blog about blog
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than shwe photos with panties

Right Photo: Thighs by *mare-wrath

Watch for those falling houses in fishnets

It's a Fishnets Friday! Woohoo!

Watch for those falling houses by ~Everyday-Disaster

Speaking of houses, this Woo rave guy in a fishnet tank sure looks a lot like Casey!

+ Woo rave outfit + by =Windnstorm

OK, she's not wearing fishnets, but she could be caught like a koi in her room.

Caught In My Room by *jullieit

Thursday, October 25, 2007

The Late-Night Ladies of 1950's TV

Square America provides a bizarre series of vintage photographs...

What Was On (1957) - 48 Photos of women on TV taken late at night by a lonely photographer in 1957. Encrusted with 50 year old dust and emulsion the photos of women from melodramas and late-night talk shows are not only a record of one person's peculiar obsession but also a virtual catalog of the kind of roles women played in the popular entertainment of the era.

If I'm ever in Waco

I would like to see the World's Largest Collectible Dog Museum.

However, I don't see any pomeranians in the photos.

This is a psychiatrist!

"This is a psychiatrist! Into his peaceful, tastefully-decorated, subdued office come the tormented and the driven, seeking to unravel the tangled emotional skeins that cloud and knot their broken lives... "

When I came across this Psychoanalysis Flickr set (via Dadanoias) I was curious what the stories were about so I did a bit of Googling...

During a tide of public concern about the effect of comics on children, in 1955 EC Comics created a series of new 'more wholesome' titles. One of which, was a four part comic series about psychoanalysis.
The public concern was largely in response to the views of psychiatrist Fredric Wertham. He argued, in his book Seduction of the Innocent, that the gaudy comics of the time were a major cause of juvenile delinquency
- Mind Hacks

Of these, the subject—sorry, the partner—with whom LGBT readers are most likely to relate is poor Freddy Carter, a freckle-faced fifteen-year-old kleptomaniac whose mom calls him a victim and whose dad calls him a sissy. Well, unless the most current definition of metrosexual is "unbalanced, spider-fingered, and whinier than David Gest after an unanesthetized facelift," we're going to go along with dad on this'un, junior. But this is Prism Comics—we don't judge! Even if you end up liking girls, Freddy, you'll be okay in our book. But you'll still be a sissy.
- Prism Comics

Although every patient is much better by the end of their session, the psychiatrist reminds the reader that they’ll be able to check back in on the patients in the next issue of Psychoanalysis. The series only lasted four issues, so I hope the patients didn’t need long term counseling.
- Polite Dissent

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Another Search Term Cut-up Poetry Challenge!

Brand NEW Search Term additions:

masons are nihilists
pelosi buddha

UPDATE! Excellent poetry!
I have some new search terms to include in the mix:

knick-nack patty whack, give the frog a loan
history of the cigarette girl
evil amazon woman
gandhi candice
than shwe photos with panties
sasey games
japan bestiality restaurant

The School of Hardly Art by wastedpapiers

I just know some incredible poetry is lurking in the latest set of Baabaabaab's bizarre search terms!

breasts fart and blow bubbles
burmese nudes
nancy pelosi anal
blog bestiality
nude burmese
blog panty
bettie spanked
anya milk bath
casey serin
comic bondage
lovely nudes
bestiality blogs
blogs bestiality
bubblegum blinkies
anya milk
not me, iraq, family circus
general than shwe 2007
anya's milk bath
no bs guaranteed unsecured credit with a 2 year old bk
bestiality blog
sidewalk front yard
than shwe
than shwe superstitious
m singh casey
architecture books blog
casey serin lawsuits
galina serin
sally engdahl au
akubi blog about blog
exurban nation
fun shui frog
funny blogs
marketa cave woman
dr isacoff
where is galina serin
dirty penny-1
buttplugs and thongs
james harvey marks
marketa cave woman ogg
i think ill move to australia
temple implant
lanna action for burma committee

BTW, I am somewhat disturbed that Baabaabaab ranks number 2 in Google search results for "blog bestiality" - particularly when I view the summaries of the other sites I'm sharing Google search result space with. Of course mentioning it is only making it worse. For the record, Baabaabaab does not in any way, shape or form condone bestiality.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Never quite thought of Aung San Suu Kyi that way...

Despite being a monk, I have always believed that Aung San Suu Kyi would be good and wild in bed. I mean I don't think she shares my carnal enthusiasm, but you know what I mean.

In the absence of any news from Burma (and even our levitation techniques cannot penetrate the censorship), I am a bit worried about her. I mean, house arrest aside, what else might they be doing to her? I can only wonder...

More from Wan Ker-Sin's Worried
BTW the video is well worth watching.

Artwork: Buddha Is My Om Boy by ~T-a-g-g-e-r

Saturday, October 20, 2007

To gym or not to gym

Well, I woke up with a sore throat this morning so I figure it's as good a reason as any to waste time online when there's a million other things I should be dealing with.
Anyway the topic of gyms came up on a recent EN thread and I have a problem with them (note to Edgar: yes, Greg could benefit from *some* form of exercise). Can someone please explain why people drive their cars to gyms in order to ride stationary bikes and pay a fee for the privilege? I don't get it.
I have yet to understand why my mother spends 45 minutes driving to an outrageously overpriced gym to do yoga. In the amount of time she spends driving to the gym, she could have completed the task at home and saved money, time and gas. She claims she likes the teachers and the steam room, but as far as I'm concern those benefits don't justify the cost.
In some cases where one might require that exotic equipment to workout, I can understand their reasoning, but for the most part I'm puzzled.
Perhaps I'm missing something, but when I see a parking lot full of gym attendees I shake my head and wonder why. Is it the social aspect? Do some people feel a primordial need to sweat in a room with other people?

Artwork: yoga mirror by ~Atmaniv

Friday, October 19, 2007

Some Velvet Morning...

Breaking News Flash!
Strange plants growing on hooker's body kill space monsters!

ESOTIKA EROTICA PSYCHOTICA reminded me of these classic Nancy Sinatra tunes.

Panty Bomb General Than Shwe!

Activists exasperated at the failure of diplomacy to apply pressure on Burma's military regime are resorting to a new means of protest against the regime's recent crackdown: sending female underwear to Burmese embassies.

Embassies in the UK, Thailand, Australia and Singapore have all been targeted by the "Panties for Peace" campaign, co-ordinated by an activist group based in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

The manoeuvre is a calculated insult to the junta and its leader, General Than Shwe. Superstitious junta members believe that any contact with female undergarments - clean or dirty - will sap them of their power, said Jackie Pollack, a member of the Lanna Action for Burma Committee.

Excerpted from Activists send female underwear to Burmese embassies

Hmm, if the junta really believe panties will sap their power, perhaps the UN should panty bomb their headquarters.
Pink Panties by `serpentinekiss

More info from Lanna Action for Burma found here:

After a day of tri-panty dialogue, deep in the golden triangle due to the popular demand, the panties are back. Make sure your panties reach the intended target, SPDC. You can post, deliver or fling your panties at the closest Burmese Embassy any day from today. Clean panties are fine. Or those worn for an hour or two as well. Send early, send often!

This is your chance to use your Panty Power to take away the power from the SPDC and support the people of Burma.

Address For Thailand:
Myanmar Embassy
132 Sathorn Nua Road

Tel : (613) 232-6434
Fax : (613) 232-6435
Send Email

Head of Mission:
U Nyunt Tin (Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary)

Deputy Head of Mission:
Daw Yin Yin Oo (First-Secretary)

From Myanmar Embassies Worldwide:

Washington D.C
2300 S St. N.W. WASHINGTON D.C 20008
Tel : (202) 332-9044, 332-9049, 332-9045
Fax : (202) 332-9046
Send Email

Head of Mission:
U Tin Win (Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary)

Deputy Head of Mission:
U Aung Linn Htut (Counsellor)

New York
Permanent Mission of the Union of Myanmar to the United Nations
Address1 : 10 EAST 77TH St. N. Y 10021
Tel : (212) 535-1310, 535-1311
Fax : (21) 737-2421
Send Email

Head of Mission:
U Kyaw Tint Swe (Permanent Representative)

Deputy Head of Mission:
U Zeyar Oo (Deputy Permanent Representative)

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Search Term Cut-Ups

BREAKING NEWS FLASH: Ronald McDonald gets laid!

And he has an audience too! Woohoo! An unusually SFW chicksnbreasts find.

How about submitting your search term cut-up poetry? Slice and dice the phrases below any way you want. It's fun!

Strung together just right, I see the potential for an interesting poem or short story in my latest array of search terms.

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blog bestiality
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marketa cave woman
ts eliot vomit porn
funny blog
pueraria mirifica diary
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galina serin images
the shining twins outfits photos
scoby doo gogle
dada art projects
monks saffron
bestiality blogs
bibliodyssey octopus
galina serin photo
than swe birthday
burmese nudes
weird architecture book
funny blog comments
werner von trapp
propel blinkies
burmese nude girls
super blue green algae - pomeranians

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Deadbeats and Cereal Killers

Who peed in your breakfast cereal today? Tinkles did! Contains 25% real elephant urine.

I discovered some intriguing cereal boxes over at Cereal Killers.

Miah Alcorn's Dead Beats

Speaking of deadbeats and breakfast cereal I'm really beginning to wonder if Casey will do anything worthy of another 6 Degrees of Casey Serin game...

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Featured Baabaabaab comment: Mitchell on the "The world would soon forget?"

In regards to Edgar's Engdahl link in "The world would soon forget?"

Mitchell said...
Edgar's link is temporarily not working, but you can still find Engdahl's essay at Asia Times, and elsewhere.

I do not think that even Engdahl says that "it was outside influences that got the unrest started". Price rises are always good for an angry mob, especially in a place where the state owns everything. And people do not need the US State Department's go-ahead before they start using digital media to smuggle out words and images of a crackdown. (I note that he overlooked "Blog about a blog about a blog about a blog", in his catalog of made-in-USA subversive institutions.)

There are a few other potentially misleading items I can see. The IMF today is far from being the government-toppling economic enforcer it was in Indonesia ten years ago. And "Malabar 07" only got underway four weeks after the demonstrations started. So I would be very cautious in adopting Engdahl's interpretation of world events. (For a further example, go to his website and see his "ex peak oil" essay, especially his remarks about Russian "abiotic oil" expertise being the prize in the Yukos affair.)

October 16, 2007 6:09 PM

M. SINGH: Casey Serin and the Honorable Kenny ROGERS

BREAKING NEWS FLASH! M. SINGH has updated his blog for the first time since June!

For those of you who may not have access to the CaseyHaterz forum I thought I would bring M. SINGH's recent Casey to Kenny Rogers insights to your attention.


The photos only show one plate of pasta. However, applying light sources to the top right hand corner shows something more interesting:

As you can see, Messrs. SERIN and LUPO were sitting next to none other than the Honorable Kenny ROGERS! After noticing these would-be entrepreneurs work on their business plan, he introduced himself to Mr. SERIN. He said:

"Son, I've made a life out of massive focused action,
And spending days on finding ways to get cash back at close.
Of all the funds you siphoned, you don't even have a fraction.
If you'll pass me a shot of wheatgrass, I'll tell you what I know."

Mr. SERIN handed him his wheatgrass shot, and Mr. ROGERS drank it in one gulp. Then the Macaroni Grill became deathly quiet, and his face lost all expression. Mr. ROGERS leaned forward and whispered hoarsely:

"If you're going to play the game, boy, you have to learn to play it right.

"You got to know when to hold 'em,
know when to fold 'em,
know when to walk away,
know when to run."

Turning toward Mr. LUPO, he continued:

"Don't waste your time complaining
about your business partner's blogging.
They'll be plenty time for flogging
when you're underneath the bus."

Mr. SERIN was deeply moved by this meeting, and remembers it to this day -- October 16, 2007.

By October 17, he will have completely forgotten it.

I remain,


In other news, this image intrigues me...

Divided by ~jstasilentscream

The Pig Farmer

...Raising pigs, apparently, was the only way the farmer knew how to make a living, so he did it even though, as was becoming evident the more we talked, he didn’t like one bit the direction hog farming was going. At times, as he spoke about how much he hated the modern factory methods of pork production, he reminded me of the very animal rights people who a few minutes before he said he wished would drop dead...

The Pig Farmer by John Robbins is definitely worth reading. Discovered via Groovy Green.

Down with kitchen slavery! Let there be new household life!

Breaking (and unrelated) News Flash!
New Au revoir post from Stephanie J.!

Down with kitchen slavery! Let there be new household life!
G. Shegal, 1931

In 1917 the majority of laws of Russian Empire were repealed. Instead the first Soviet Constitution of 1918 declared full rights of women in divorcements, private property, children wardship, work and profession opportunities, choosing of place of living, education and suffrage. A decree which was stating the equal payment for men and women was also issued that year. Finally woman has got the same rights as men. The flip side of the coin was that woman had to work as hard as men as well.

At the same time the reforms of the economy were hampered no only by the Civil War but also by the runaway inflation. To give payment to the workers the Government had to print more money, which only made the situation worse. So the commodity-money relations were partly abolished: instead of wages workers were receiving rations, necessities, canteen coupons. Rent and transport fares were cancelled as well as payments for other public utilities. Free trade of food and goods was prohibited. The state was mobilizing the workers and was giving them full allowance (sort of).

... Excerpted from A Soviet Poster A Day, a blog well worth checking out.

Bizarre poster, isn't it?

Monday, October 15, 2007

Lovely Image of Cho Oyu

via Santa Flipper Clause on EN.

Gate gate paragate parasamgate bodhi svaha...

Yesterday, we had a tangerine party. Everyone was offered one tangerine. We put the tangerine on the palm of our hand and looked at it, breathing in a way that the tangerine became real. Most of the time when we eat a tangerine, we do not look at it. We think about many other things. To look at a tangerine is to see the blossom forming into the fruit, to see the sunshine and the rain. The tangerine in our palm is the wonderful presence of life. We are able to really see that tangerine and smell its blossom and the warm, moist earth. As the tangerine becomes real, we become real. Life in that moment becomes real.

Mindfully we began to peel our tangerine and smell its fragrance. We carefully took each section of the tangerine and put in on our tongue, and we could feel that it was a real tangerine. We ate each section of the tangerine in perfect mindfulness until we finished the entire fruit. Eating a tangerine in this way is very important, because both the tangerine and the eater of the tangerine become real. This, too, is the basic work for pea