Monday, January 31, 2022

Zantanna By Foxy Bob

 Foxy Bop Cosplay | Facebook

Struck Me Funny


This Is Curling (1966)

Educate yourself before the Olympic competition begins.

Cosplay FOIN!

 Danielle Vedovelli | Facebook

I Think She Is Trying To Seduce Me

Sunday, January 30, 2022

Late Night Captions

Monday Image Blizzard

Howard Hesseman, Dr. Johnny Fever on ‘WKRP in Cincinnati,’ Dies at 81

It was a sad day fellow Babies.

Art Spiegelman and Pantheon Books

Saturday, January 29, 2022

All Of Us Are Dead

I have always maintained one truth about myself. That is 'Calvin loves South Korean zombie movies or TV shows'. They make me want to be South Korean and in the middle of a zombie apocalypse whenever possible. Even though it would mean my death, I just love the whole environment around one of these features. Be it Train to Busain or Kingdom, there is no period in South Korean history that is not made better by a zombie setting. The whole culture just understands the whole concept at maybe a visceral level.

This is a 12 episode series on the Netflix. I am downloading it now. You can see the trailer in the pervious post. I will probably watch the subtitled version because the dubbed versions are usually less interesting. I like how I have to pay attention with subtitles.

I like a story that has real characters acting like teenagers should be acting and this show nailed those personalities in the first episode. We also get lots of insight into the pressures that the kids face to get top grades and how their social relationships are covered by an intense and rigid set of rules. No zombie invasion is going to be enough to change the social order if at all possible.

The first two episodes that I watched were very dynamic with the living fighting against the ever expanding army of the dead. Not everyone is going to make it to episode TWELVE.

I LOVE Korean Zombie Shows

Downloading now.

Can I Ask You Something?

And if the trucks are on Ottawa then who is doing the supply chain deliveries? Some large rich operation and not the local independent truckers who are really hurting. But they are now in Ottawa spinning their wheels and catching Covid. And truckers are not healthy people due to work conditions and diet so add some additional morbidity factors. Gah. 

Now they might all survive without catching the virus and bringing it home to their families and prove me and the science and the fear mongering wrong. I doubt it but they might.

And why protest in a Canadian JANUARY when it's so nice in Ottawa during the summer? Driving in the summer is also safer. 

What are they gonna do when they need to do toilet? I heard only 13 potties are available in minus 30 weather. I am not that hard core to be unvaxed and in those conditions. Where is the fun in protesting then? Get the shots, stay warm, poop in your own toilet.