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Posted by
The Fool
• 06.06.11 12:00 pm


In the late ’80s and early ’90s, when rap was establishing itself in the North American mainstream consciousness through artists like Public Enemy, A Tribe Called Quest and GangStarr, its conventions and attitude were being mutated into something completely different in Europe through the emergence of the Eurodance genre. MORE»


Posted by
The Fool
• 05.25.11 11:00 am


Skulk slowly across the stage. The crowd is gone now and it is only you and I. I can feel you closing in on me — you are the hunter, I am the prey. MORE»


Posted by
The Fool
• 05.13.11 01:00 pm


In the mid-to-late ’90s, the art of mooning had hit an all time inspirational low. Once a proud tradition established by men to elicit reactions of shock or revulsion, its excessive practice had led to a post-modern condition in which it had become essentially meaningless. MORE»


Posted by
The Fool
• 04.29.11 12:00 pm


Make no mistake — when the terrorists say that we have too much freedom, THIS is the shit they’re talking about…. MORE»


Posted by
The Fool
• 04.22.11 01:00 pm


I’ve been told to shove things up my ass many times before, but never once for my own benefit. Was this all a hoax? A cleverly plotted ruse? Some kinda inside joke to make me look like a queer junky? MORE»


Posted by
The Fool
• 04.15.11 12:30 pm


Looks like the guys at AstraZeneca are taking inspiration from Spinal Tap for the release of their new product, Seroquel XR. It’s basically a pill that’s designed to reinforce the effects of the anti-depressant you’re already taking, making it the pharmaceutical equivalent of bumping coke to push your MDMA peak. MORE»


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