Deep in the belly of the internet resides Internet K-Hole, an entrancing collection of personal photographs from the 1970s and 1980s. Deep in the subterranean belly of the internet resides Internet K-Hole, an entrancing collection of personal photographs from the 1970s and 1980s. From metal heads to biker gangs to the bespectacled members of the high school computer club, K-Hole highlights the diversity (and pure weirdness) of humankind in a way that words never could.
Saturday mornings are made for cartoons. That's just how it is. Or was. Today doesn't see it that way since you can just watch everything on demand. But there once upon a time was a whole section out of the day for cartoon mayhem.
My attempt this year will be to post one movie a day for you. So 1 of 365 is going to Brazil on Laserdisc.
Dude. Just hit PLAY. You want a hint to make sure you should hit PLAY... ...T.U.R.T.L.E. Power
When I was a kid I didn’t really have friends so I retreated to my basement for most hours of the day. If it was the summer I wouldn’t leave the basement besides to eat or use the bathroom. I had a tv, vcr, nintendo and my dog Toby. Here we watched countless movies and acted them out. We would rewrite scenes and create them. (one of Toby’s favorite characters was Snarf from Thundercats) But that’s not the point. The point of this post is to discuss Dennis the Menace Dinosaur Hunter.
I'm trying to figure out what I can do to not do anything and make money to provide for my kiddo. I've made nonsense on the Internet and made good money. Good money if I was still in college, not good money as a family man. I thought I could make videos on YouTube but …
I’ve already saved my VHS tapes from their glory days but I’ve had them boxed away since I bought my house and moved three years ago. I’ve grab a few here and there from the box to showcase but mostly my only display has been Nintendo cartridges. I’ve been selling off some of my games …