I need not add that freedom is a dangerous thing. But it is hardly possible that we are all cowards.
–Jack Whiteside Parsons
A major study at the NYU Langone School of Medicine seems to confirm what near death experience (NDE) researchers like Kenneth Ring have been saying for many decades: human consciousness seems to go on after all bodily activities (including that of the brain) have ceased.
“IT’S THE ALEX JONES HALLOWEEN SPECIAL! STARRING ROGER STONE, WEBSTER TARPLEY, BILLY CORGAN, PAUL LYNDE, and…ZACHERLEY!”
Uh…no. But I do have this clip from a 1997 cable access show featuring
Bill Hicks Alex Jones repeatedly stabbing a pumpkin & talking about police surveillance interspersed with random close-ups of a decapitated head in a basket.
Former Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan—who now looks like a cross between Gerard Way and Stefan Molyneux—recently described on The Howard Stern Show an encounter he had with what can only be described as a “shapeshifter.”
The two got on the topic when Stern brought up the fact that Corgan had been on The Alex Jones Show a few times…and that Jones believed in “a race of lizard people.”
The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office has had enough of creepy clowns and their creepy clown shit.
They have recently issued a stern warning on Facebook to “evil clowns,” warning the madcap mimes of mischief that they might be on their own if their victims decide to turn around and kick the living crap out of them:
Note: when I originally wrote this review for the site Forces Of Geek earlier this year, I (along with most of the world) did not know that the subject of this documentary, controversial “Anarchist’s Cookbook” author William Powell, was already dead—his passing kept a secret by his family for about six months before the documentary itself was released. The makers of this film had mentioned on social media that this review was one of their favorites, and so I though I’d share it with you directly. “American Anarchist” is currently available for viewing on Netflix.
I’m made of wax, Larry. What are you made of?
–Teddy Roosevelt, “Night At The Museum”
Robin Williams in the Night At The Museum movies as a living wax dummy of Theodore Roosevelt, and as an incredibly lifelike wax likeness at Madame Tussauds.