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July 16, 2008

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Hellboy 2 ticket stub

Grauman's Chinese Theater

Grauman's Chinese Theater Courtyard

Hellboy 2 Poster
 

July 15, 2008

Posted by phil blankenship, July 16, 2008 10:10am | Post a Comment
Hellboy 2 ticket stub

Grauman's Chinese Theater

Grauman's Chinese Theater Courtyard

Hellboy 2 Poster

Grauman's Chinese Theater

Grauman's Chinese Theater Courtyard

Hellboy 2 Poster
 

(In which Job strays, but remains Faithfull in his heart.)

Posted by Job O Brother, July 16, 2008 09:10am | Post a Comment
Dresden Germany
My apartment. ...Or wait - No, this is a picture of Dresden after the bombing.

I’m looking around my apartment for a conversational starting point. My apartment is a mess right now, so there’s a lot to see:

A full hamper of clean clothes that I haven’t yet folded and tucked away.

The (amazing and important) Paul Robeson DVD box set that Criterion released. On top of that is the Nina Simone “Four Women” anthology that Charles loaned me.

My stereo, upon which some Marianne Faithfull recordings of Kurt Weill is playing.

Books everywhere, the closest of which, to me, is “Scum Manifesto” by that blithe and sparkling literary pixie, Valerie Solanas.

A drop-leaf table from Ikea that’s nearly completed construction (since February).

A computer upon which I’m writing an, as yet, trite and aimless blog.

I really should clean this place up.

You know, speaking of Marianne Faithfull, she came into Amoeba Hollywood not that long ago. Normally, when celebrities shop our store (every hour, it seems) I turn a blind eye. I don’t want to be “that guy” that demands some stranger’s time because I “feel” like I “know them” because they played some teen star’s mom on some trite and aimless sitcom.

However, when Kim and Logan came racing back to the soundtrack section to tell me they spotted the glorious Ms. Faithfull inside, I dropped everything and gave chase. I knew, from friends’ stories, that Ms. Faithfull was gracious; besides, I admire her so much that it would be an honor just to have her snub me, so I couldn’t lose, either way.

Wild Blue Yonder

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, July 16, 2008 01:08am | Post a Comment







The Vinyl Dreams design kinda rules. I always thought that the Pasha design was ridiculous-- just like the music they released. Actually, by my standards, that makes it a perfect design. The Asylum design really speaks to the imbibing going on back in their heyday-- trip out and pass the mirror dude, cuz I think I see a huge door floating in the sky that leads to the looney bin...

Murder In Space

Posted by phil blankenship, July 15, 2008 03:36pm | Post a Comment
Murder In Space TV Movie video cover  Murder In Space TV Movie

Murder In Space starring Wilford Brimley & Martin Balsam

Murder In Space plot synopsis
Vidmark Entertainment VM 3601
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