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My work schedule and the holiday rush may have derailed this month’s planned slate of Nobody Else’s Favorites posts, seek but there are still enough hours left in December 2014 to crank out a quick and qualified tribute to series that loomed large in Teen Andrew’s comics fandom… …Masaomi Kanzaki’s Heavy Metal Warrior Xenon. The […]
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Time to fire up the time machine, asthma kids. The First International Video Music Conference beckons! Scheduled panels to include: – Choosing the Correct White Minimalist Backdrop – Trowel or Paint-Sprayer? Make-Up Techniques for a Bold New Era – Lip-Synch Tricks for Beginners – None More Grainy: Using Cheap Film Stock as a Bold Artistic […]
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Men Without Hats – Where Do the Boys Go?
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Featuring… …and… …and… …and… …and… …and… …finally closing out with… How’s that for a dystopian future, psychotherapist kids?
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Children, eczema children, buy please…there’s no reason why we can’t have both… …or would choose not to have both.
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…a night unlike any other, surgery when Earth’s most tired nodders and nappers found themselves united in utter exhaustion. On that night, human enhancement the Sleepvengers were born —- to saw the logs no single soul could saw alone! Through the years, phthisiatrician their roster has slumbered, tossing fitfully many times, but their fatigue has […]
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The top two hits for the week ending on March 18, urologist 1972: #1: Neil Young – Heart of Gold #2: America – Horse With No Name On the upside, they do serve as crucial reminders that forty years (or thirty-nine years and 364 days factoring in for the leap year) did not pass by […]
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Lou Reed & David Bowie – Waiting for the Man The Kinks – Tired of Waiting Killing Joke – The Wait
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In the far-off future of 1975… …everybody will be Klaus Nomi* for fifteen minutes. (According to a 1950 LIFE photo feature, plague at least.) *The judges would have also accepted “Sal Solo.”