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Introducing Amazon Consume
04/02/15, 08:28

Is there an "Internet OF Things" tag yet? Either way this needs it.
Monsanto lobbyist claims chemical is safe to drink; refuses to drink it.
04/02/15, 08:27

Perusing that Wikipedia article makes me suspect that this was probably started by one or another Internet environmentalist enclave.
Julian Assange: Houseguest
04/02/15, 08:06

I'm sure Julian Assange is hard to be around and I would definitely not invite him over, but my god are these people pathologically uptight.

The "he wiped my hard drive by TYPING a string of numbers so long it filled 20 gigabytes, and it almost ruined my computer, but my TECHIE BOYFRIEND deleted it and saved the day" bit pretty much says it all, but then they hammer it home with the scene of him fondling a first edition Our Bodies, Ourselves, because nothing says "inconsiderate" like Feminism back before it had been target marketed into obsolescence.

Oh, and the painfully lily-white music at the end really seals the deal. You could not get more precious and sheltered and upper-middle class if you tried.

I'd like to hear how these people would deal with an ACTUAL bad house guest.
http://pastebin.com/ruCSiHkg

I propose replacing the "visitor" tag with "white people," or better yet inaugurating the tag "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie," because seriously.

That said, I quite enjoyed it, just not at all for the reasons I'm clearly meant to.
Hulk Hogan w/Green Jellö - I'm the Leader of the Gang
04/01/15, 20:58

mid 90s?
A bunch of starving musicians banded together to create a new music streaming service
04/01/15, 20:17

I don't know, Homework is a good album.
Monsanto lobbyist claims chemical is safe to drink; refuses to drink it.
04/01/15, 19:35

Yes.
Monsanto lobbyist claims chemical is safe to drink; refuses to drink it.
04/01/15, 19:34

Just like DDT. Except at least they had the decency to actually stand by their claims and eat the stuff.
Consent is sexy - PSA
04/01/15, 19:28

We're hip with it on the cutting edge
Consent is sexy - PSA
04/01/15, 19:28

I think Benobve awareness outside of the lift enthusiast community is pretty much limited to us.

And there was that old guy who has recorded something like 500 original country songs. I forget his name. I know I'm subscribed to him but I can't figure out which one he is.
Consent is sexy - PSA
04/01/15, 19:20

Hey, we've still got Greg Duva. Nobody else cares about hi except me and what, four other people on here maybe? But he's ours.
David Lynch answers question about his cult
04/01/15, 19:18

It's funny that Lennon's reasoning was that Maharishi was living like a rock star, getting all the money cars and women he could, and Lennon for all his talk was still firmly entrenched in the fundamentally Judeo-Christian idea that spirituality means asceticism.
David Lynch answers question about his cult
04/01/15, 19:13

I think the actual act of meditation is a good thing though, don't get me wrong.
David Lynch answers question about his cult
04/01/15, 19:13

"other kinds of meditations are about focusing on ideas or actively suppressing thought."

That is simply not true, if you were told that then you were lied to. Some may be, but

"They insist that you shouldnt focus on or attach meaning to the thoughts that pop into your head during TM, but instead let them drift along."

So pretty much exactly what you do in zazen.

Not saying there's necessarily anything sinister about TM, it just seems like it's taking simple sitting meditation and putting it in an expensive package. Which puts it fairly in the mainstream as far as this stuff goes. It's certainly been a big part of Japanese zen for the last century, give or take.
David Lynch answers question about his cult
04/01/15, 18:58

Straight Story is fantastic, though. Possibly the best thing he's done.
David Lynch answers question about his cult
04/01/15, 18:52

I liked Eraserhead a lot, but last time I saw it I was 12. I like The Elephant Man a lot, I know that's kind of contentious. I like scenes in Wild At Heart a lot, some parts of it are among the best things he's done. It's kind of a mess taken as a whole, though. I though this Twin Peaks pilot was good and the first season was great. I've never made it through season 2 though, I can get 5 or 6 episodes in usually but that's all I can take.

I literally don't remember a thing about Lost Highway except that there were a lot of shots of the actual highway itself, right? Muldholland drive had one good scene, the dumpster. Somewhere in the mid 90s is when I feel like he started to believe his own hype, but who knows for sure. I would love to find out that the last 20 years of his career were brilliant long-game trolling at the expense of the critics and fandom but I think it's more likely that he got into a Tim Burton style echo chamber situation. I'm sure I've said this all on here before.

For me, Crazy Clown Time is full Poe's Law, though. Everything about it is just so patently phoned in and terrible that it almost has to be a parody of his own style, but somehow I don't think it is.

But, I mean, hey, if I could get money to make a album of music that sounded like watered down Crispin Glover poetry sun in a phony Daniel Johnston voice over Ry Cooder's soundtrack for Last Man Standing (which in itself is kind of biting Morphine but that's another story) I'd definitely do it. It sounds like a lot of fun.
David Lynch answers question about his cult
04/01/15, 18:36

I don't know a ton about him, most of my info comes from a smear campaign that was launched by rival Krishan leaders and one record collector who used to be in contact with him. MY understanding is that in the 70s, when the founder ofn the US Krishnas died, something like a dozen people all claimed to be his rightful successor and set up their own rival temples. Hansadutta (who, coincidentally, was a German immigrant with a thick accent and penchant for recording weird psychedelic folk, just like Baghavan Das, hence me knowing about him) started the San Francisco one. They all wore hoodies and their slogan was "Guru Means Heavy" (there were apparently posters of him looking like the Unabomber sketch with that slogan below all over the temple - you can kind of see it on the first LP cover, even without the glasses). When he went to jail for a year or two for firing a machine gun at a liquor store out of a moving car, he was ousted from the Krishnas and ended up running a trailer park somewhere in southern California (I forget where) for most of the 80s and 90s. When I knew the guy who had been corresponding with him, though, he had recently gotten back the publishing rights to all of his books from the Krishna days and was no longer answering mail.

Which sucks for me, because I know for a fact that he had quite a few unsold copies of the metal LP and was selling them for $15 a pop by mail to people who wrote and asked, before he decided he was a guru again. No idea what happened after that, unfortunately the collector I knew died not long after of health complications related to doing every kind of drug the is from the 70s until I don't know when, but at least the mid 90s.

I always wonder if he had any kind of connection to the early development of the Krishnacore scene, especially since he would have been down near LA round about when X was probably first getting in to it. I never really hear about that though, it seems like it was mainly an NYC thing, at least in the US.
An excerpt from Jim Carrey's 2014 commencement speech
04/01/15, 18:22

Hey, it cured Kaufman.
A bunch of starving musicians banded together to create a new music streaming service
04/01/15, 18:18

Saw this the other day. As lame and doomed as it is, it couldn't be much worse than what we've got now.
Don't Hug Me I'm Scared IV
04/01/15, 18:03

These just keep getting better.
Tortoise chases nature documentarian
04/01/15, 17:57

There was actually a time when National Geographic made programs about nature, but it was so long ago I hardly remember.

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