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1. Godzilla vs. Gamera
Godzilla vs. Gamera
So what's tougher, an atomic-powered, mutated, magnetized, self-healing dinosaur with a nuclear reactor in its belly or an irradiated saber-toothed, rocket-propelled prehistoric turtle? Does a tendency to love children give Gamera the edge over Godzilla's accidental villain-tromping? Whic...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 05:51:19
2. BRAAAINS Facebook Zombie Game
BRAAAINS Facebook Zombie Game
BRAAAINS is a zombie game on Facebook, created by the developer brokenbulb. Exhume a horde of zombies, dress them, do their hair, stick something long and maybe sharp in their hands, and send them into battle against other hordes. Zombies don't die, because they're zombies, so gladiatorial zombie...
Internet - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 18:03:27
3. Adventures of Letterman
Adventures of Letterman
Letterman was a superhero whose adventures were featured on The Electric Company.  Master of the written word, Letterman matched wits against the reality-altering Spellbinder, who invariably found new and horrifying ways to ruin a perfectly nice day by replacing or removing one or more letters fr...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 05:53:29
4. Gamera, Firebreathing Turtle
Gamera, Firebreathing Turtle
It's a lovely thought . . . what child doesn't want to believe that he or she is safe from the horrors of the world because a giant, prehistoric, mouthwash-gargling, fire-breathing, rocket-powered space turtle has their back? Gamera has evolved quite a bit from his first appearance, but h...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 18:01:27
5. Zombie gift suggestions
Zombie gift suggestions
I'm not ashamed to admit it: I love rotten flesh. The walking dead, shambling after us, recruiting from their own victims, are a compelling, if disturbing, metaphor for our times. It's also fun to watch zombie movies just to see the new and interesting ways the directors find to kill people. Zom...
Holidays & Celebrations - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 05:53:29
6. Hymns to Greek gods
Hymns to Greek gods
The Greek gods were always at the root of my Paganism. As author Margot Adler once said to me, "I was always a Hellenistic Pagan, but the tools weren't there." I was swept away by the Greek myths I read as a child, more because of my love of a good story than due to a connection with my Grecian a...
Culture & Society - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 05:53:26
7. Terence P Ward's Business Book Reviews
Terence P Ward's Business Book Reviews
Terence P Ward is the past Feature Writer for Business Writing in the online magazine Suite101.com. He is also a freelance business writer and journalist. TPW draws upon his extensive business writing experience to review business books. While some of these are paid business book reviews, any au...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 05:54:07
8. No Contest: The Case Against Competition
No Contest:  The Case Against Competition
Virtually no one enjoys competition, a system by which even the best among us are considered losers most of the time. At the same time, we resign ourselves to it because it is "human nature," or roll up our sleeves and enter the fray because it "builds character." What if competition isn't impli...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 05:54:26
9. Rhymes with Banana
Rhymes with Banana
Rhymes with Banana is a small-budget feature comedy which began filming in March 2011. Paul Iacono plays the mysterious neighbor of two struggling actresses, who decide that he is a talent agent. The women kidnap him and demand acting careers as ransom. The movie is scheduled to wrap up producti...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 05:56:15
10. Sweet Nothings for an Empty Stomach
Sweet Nothings for an Empty Stomach
After nearly two decades of focusing on life's incessant daily details to the detriment of his music, Rick Birmingham at long last returned to the composer's garret and recording studio, inspired by housemates who took a stab at National Novel Writing Month, Birmingham joined February Album Writi...
Music - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 05:51:30
11. Dread Like Me
Dread Like Me
One day, forty years' worth of hair frustration coalesced into a single thought in my mind: I should get dreadlocks. It's a bucket list thing. I think a lot of middle-class suburban Caucasian men go their entire lifetimes without entertaining such a thought. This is my journey into the world of...
Fashion & Beauty - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 05:54:26

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