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Boycott PARKSIDE Restaurant on 6th Street in Austin, Texas

August 19, 2010 by


Boycott PARKSIDE Restaurant on 6th Street UPDATE: Now you can help Best Wurst recoup there legal fees…   Susan Kwasniak August 23 at 3:40pm: We succeeded in keeping Best Wurst on 6th. But,the legal fees came to $15,000 an awful lot for a small business. If all 3,000 members of this group contribute $5, we […]

Video of the Week – Live From Shiva’s Dance Floor

November 1, 2009 by


Anomaly TeleVision » Blog Archive » Live From Shiva’s Dance Floor Live From Shiva’s Dance Floor is a short documentary directed by acclaimed filmmaker Richard Linklater. The film follows Timothy “Speed” Levitch as he tours lower Manhattan and Ground Zero. Speed – a philosopher, historian and self-described “cruiser” – believes that “life is an ongoing […]

Video of the Week – UFO Hypotheses: Alex Collier Volume One

September 13, 2009 by


Anomaly TeleVision » Blog Archive » UFO Hypotheses – Alex Collier Volume One In the third DVD of the “UFO Hypotheses” series, Andromedan contactee Alex Collier describes his face-to-face contacts with blue-skinned human ETs from the Andromeda constellation and the Andromeda galaxy, which have included multiple visits aboard their tremendous motherships and decades of telepathic […]

For you Comrades,

September 4, 2009 by


Because its Thursday Friday I know, I’ve been lazy. I blame the Capitalist running dogs for sucking all the energy out of me. But laying back a day enabled me to hear this little gem on NPR about Conde Nast publications advising GQ not to run a story by Scott Anderson in their Russian version […]

On the road again

August 6, 2009 by


So, not much to share this Thursday. I’ll spend most of the day on airplanes today until I land in Columbus, OH, jump in my mom’s van, and head south toward Kentucky. I’ll be in the Ohio River Valley for the extended weekend with my family. The same “neck of the woods” that’s home to […]


May 30, 2009 by


I would like to plead for my right to investigate natural phenomena without having guns pointed at me. I also ask for the right to be wrong without being hanged for it. — Wilhelm Reich, father of the concept of orgone energy and inventor of the orgone accumulator Wikipedia Wilhelm Reich Museum

Feral Child found in Siberia

May 28, 2009 by


Reuters is reporting that Russian authorities have assumed custody of a five year old girl who has spent the majority of her life locked in an unheated flat in the Siberian city of Chita with a group of dogs and cats. The child, who authorities assume to be around five years old despite stunted growth […]

Because it’s Thursday Monkey Business

May 14, 2009 by


As we start winding up (or down) for the weekend, let’s take a moment to indulge in a little monkey business, just because it’s Thursday. Let’s start with this bit from Dallas, TX where a contractor doing lot work for a Montessori school uncovered an out of place primate skull that bears a bit of […]

A chicken in every NOT!

May 7, 2009 by


(a “because its Thursday” special) So, Oprah Winfrey recently ended her “21 day vegan challenge” and decided to cap it all off by buying everyone chicken from KFC. I’m not even going to point out the obvious “WTF?” factor in this action. I’m not vegan by a long shot. As a dedicated omnivore, I’ve no […]

Because it’s Thursday

April 30, 2009 by


I’m going to try and start a new tradition around here. Every Thursday we’re going to post random links to strange tid-bits in the news that you may have missed, may have seen elsewhere, or may know more about than any of us could begin to. I’ll need your help to keep on task. Sometimes […]