Pondering The Aftermath of “A Nightmare on Elm Street 3”

June 7, 2013


There are certain movies that one can watch countless times and never get sick of.  Everybody has their list.  I keep mine in a little box next to my bed.  Half the fun of re-watching these movies isn’t just in the recitation of every line.  No, sir.  The bulk of the enjoyment comes when you notice something brand new in a movie you’ve seen more times than your I.Q. score.  This very thing happened to me quite recently. Read the rest of this entry »

Robot Bites PETA: Free the Animals, Objectify the Women

November 28, 2008


Animals need rights and the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) plans on gaining them, through the exploitation of women. From being stuffed in cages while dressed in bikinis to being covered in plastic wrap naked, smeared with fake blood, PETA will go to any length to dehumanize women in order to catch the attention of the misogynistic majority. And last time I checked, our deeply ingrained patriarchal society seems to be responding.

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Simple Economics

November 12, 2008


from our correspondent Joe Provost:

When the good folks at RobotBitesMan approached me about writing a feature for their site the first thing I asked was,

“How much does it pay?”

Lets just say that the response I received was what we in the industry call a “low ball.” I countered with a figure I felt represented justifiable compensation considering I was fully capable of stringing together four words of four syllables or more (if you don’t believe me, take a closer look at what you just read) and after some haggling a compromise was reached. I was told my check was in the mail and that I could use the company jet to fly anywhere on the East Coast, round trip.
With the agreement settled I diligently sat myself down at the trusty laptop, lit my corncob writing-pipe, ran a google search for “East Coast hot spots” and waited for the check to arrive.

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