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Shitty candles that smell like shit

Chlorine Candle Ever desperate for a candle that smells like chlorine, a rest stop toilet, toothpaste, armpits or a No.

Kid smashes bass during school talent show; stuns audience

  Here’s tween middle school rockers “Casino” performing at their school’s talent show. They’re actually pretty good for such young guys.

Beautiful illustrations of violent criminals

Phil Spector   Normally I’m pretty turned off by art depicting violent criminals, particularly when their crime garnered them some sort of sensational fame.

Sean Lewis’ lush, beautiful illustrations of violent criminals

Phil Spector   Normally I’m pretty turned off of art depicting violent criminals, particularly when their crime garnered them some sort of sensational fame.

Man overboard: Experience the terror of drowning at sea

  If you have ever wondered what it’s like to fall overboard at sea and watch your crew mates glide off in the boat towards the horizon, then you may be interested in the interactive site Sortie en Mer, which highlights the importance of wearing...

Why was transgender punk icon Jayne County banned from Facebook?

  Punk pioneer, transexual trailblazer and Stonewall Riots veteran, Jayne County is a national treasure.

Naked Brunch:  The Recipe for William S. Burroughs Eggs

  It would appear the Beat writer William S. Burroughs had a dish named after him by the same chef who is said to have created the crepe suzette, Henri Charpentier.

Lost Peter Sellers films found!

  The first clips from two Peter Sellers films which had been thought lost have been released ahead of their premiere at the Southend-on-Sea Film Festival on 1st May.

Dear Boy: Advice column for ‘Sassy’ teenagers from Dinosaur Jr’s J Mascis

  The Gen-Xers among you will surely remember Sassy

Out of the closet: ‘Gay jeans’ reveal your true colors

  Everyone knows that one of the best things about jeans is that they conform to your body over time.

Black Sabbath’s ‘Sweet Leaf’: The smooth jazz version

  Is there a place in Black Sabbath for the likes of David Sanborn? I know what you’re thinking: Fuuuuuuck that.

Driving in Ethiopia is some scary shit!

  No traffic lights in Meskel Square, Ethiopia… not problem, apparently! It’s amazing how everyone driving is in-sync with the chaos.

You Gotta Say Yes to Another Excess: A rare glimpse of Yello live in concert, 1983

  Yello has not often performed live during the group’s five decade existence, but one of their shows (their only show?

Groovy time capsule of ‘Swinging Britain,’ 1967

  Another week brings further glories from the vaults of British Pathé. “Swinging Britain,” a finished eight-and-a-half-minute report on the goings-on down at Carnaby Street and elsewhere on the isle, presents the establishment’s benign take on fashion-obsessed youth of the day.

LA Confidential: Vintage crime photographs from the LAPD archives

Morgue, man with floral tattoo, 1945   Back in 2001, photographer Merrick Morton—who also happens to be a reserve LAPD officer—came upon a massive archive of Los Angeles Police Department crime scene and evidence photos which had been hidden for decades in a huge storage facility in downtown LA.

Psychological torture makes for good TV: Japan’s demented real-life ‘Truman Show’

  Even for a culture well-known for its sadistic game shows, Japan’s Susunu! Denpa Shōnen (進ぬ!電波少年) still stands out.

Rain of Biblical proportions forces ‘Jesus’ to wear an anorak

  Torrential rain poured down Easter Sunday at St. Peter’s Church in Brighton during an open air Passion Play performed by Soul by the Sea.

Lost art of the lurid VHS cover

  VHS Cover Junkie posts hi-res scans taken from his wide collection of gaudy, tacky, yet strangely alluring video covers.

Bunny in a g-string promotes ‘bestiality’ animal campaigners claim

  An advertisement for a Swiss shopping mall has been condemned by an animal rights’ group for promoting bestiality.

‘Hell Unltd’: Filmmaker Norman McLaren’s powerful anti-capitalism, anti-war animation

  This year marks the centenary of the birth of pioneering filmmaker Norman McLaren, whose multi-award-winning animations inspired generations of filmmakers including Francois Truffaut, George Lucas and Michel Gondry.  McLaren’s best-known for his work with the National Film Board of Canada, for who