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Godzilla

Posted on May 8, 2014
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"I can't believe that Godzilla was the only surviving member of its species.

But if we continue conducting nuclear tests, it's possible that

another monster might appear somewhere in the world again."

Godzilla, 1954 —

Learn the real story of the survivors of American Pacific nuclear testing 60 years later ]

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The King in Yellow – True Detective

Posted on February 28, 2014
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"The King in Yellow" - True Detective

"Moved with compassion, Jesus stretched out his hand and touched him, saying,

"I am willing. Be clean!"

— Mark 1:41 —

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Want to read the mysterious book that True Detectives keeps riffing on? Grab it here for FREE!

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Palliativity 215: Science Fiction/ Double Feature

Posted on October 31, 2013

Happy Halloween! Here's a few of my favorite humans being awesome together:

Didn't I say this was a double feature? Here is Neil and Amanda being adorable:

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Palliativity 214: reverse rain dance

Posted on October 24, 2013

2 weeks without vicodin.

I'm still trying to figure out the balance of my other meds, but things are definitely getting better.

The chronic pain has flared up a for brief periods in the past couple weeks, but it remains thankfully manageable with the right combination of muscle relaxants, ibuprofen and lidocaine patches.

This is the best I've felt in months. Perseverance and positivity got me here; a reverse rain dance in the downpour:

Florence Welch isn't just etherial; she's a force of nature.

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Palliativity 211: cover me

Posted on October 3, 2013

I love covers. They allow you to experience a band or song in a completely new way.

The best covers are not mere renditions, but when an artist totally geeks-out on a song enough to completely reinterpret the composition with their own aesthetic and style.

Some combinations can even help you learn to love those tunes you hate. It's really jarring when I find myself able to sing along to incidental waiting-room pop radio without having heard the original tune more than once. Interweb sound-stages like youtube only serve to make this crossover culture deeper and more complex every day.

The stranger the juxtaposition, the better the results:

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Palliativity 210: pop rocks

Posted on September 26, 2013

Pop-music, guilty pleasure notwithstanding, this is how it's done:

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