Monday, February 12, 2007

More Episodes You May Have Missed



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Episodes You May Have Missed

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Country Health

Old Farmers' Health and Remedy
(combined with Popular Rural Disease)
Fall, 1938
Vol. XVIVIXVIIIX, No. 4
Twenty-five cents the issue. (Slightly higher south of the Mississippi.)

"Live for today, pay tomorrow -- and Eternity awaits the wise man."
-Otis T. Raspberry I (1869-1883), our Founder

Edited by Otis T. Raspberry III


In Today's Monthly Quarterly:


The Miracle of Depression
Death or insolence: which would you choose?
The miraculous ovarian diet, and how it has revolutionized dementia.

AIDS and Your Closest Cousins
"Bend over and cough"? Not on your life.
The truth behind the facts of Alto-Intoxicant Desperation Syndrome.

The Secret Life of Beef Fats
Deep-fried cow, alkalinity, and immortality:
What the Revenuers don't want you to know, and how.

Choose the S-x of Your Next Child
The wisdom of the Kamaah Sutrah
and spontaneous natural nutrients.

Intelligence Through Regularity
What those "geniuses" aren't telling us about our habits:
Achieving Natural Science on a few pennies a day.

Raising the Dead at Midnight
It's not the incantations; it's the nightly exercise.
Why animal sacrifice is just as important when the sun goes down.

Milk For Infants? Try Whale Blubber
The orthopsychopathic secret of The Shakers:
How common household objects contribute to fatter babies.

Molecular Dispersion Recipes No. 12
Oat meals -- "No grain, no pain."
The Aztec secret of longevity through Faith.

Monday, November 13, 2006

The Machine in the Ghost in the Machine




All talking! All singing! All construction! No questions entertained from the floor! Great with snacks! No techno!

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Woodwalk II

Yes, we're once again appealing to our small but unifluential artistic community to drive the numbers on this video significantly above the zero views at which it now stands, or falls. WARNING: Those who are easily shocked, have significant nervous disorders or heart problems, or who are made queasy by the most explicitly graphic sexual materials -- will have no problem here. Note, if nothing else, original synth soundtrack, improvised by lightbulb on the qwertyuiop board with inferior softsynth. Thank you.

Prose will return to this site eventually. Keep those cards and letters to yourselves.

Monday, September 25, 2006

The Museum of Extraordinary Anomalies III

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

The Museum of Extaordinary Anomalies, Part the Second


The sequel they said couldn't be made. Were they right?

Monday, September 18, 2006

The Museum of Extaordinary Anomalies, Part the First