That there’s a dead Bigfoot head.
Blogging is feast or famine — either you’re struggling to find anything to write about, or you’re choking on internet oddities. Today, it’s the latter. Any one of these items could be its own post, but in the interest of efficiency, I’m just gonna plop ’em all together.
Did you know they found a Bigfoot corpse? "They" being some Georgia nutjobs. Intrepid Contrarian informant Delancey Leathers sez they’re having a big press conference today in Palo Alto, where photos and DNA evidence will be presented. Delancey lives just down the street, so if his "press credentials" hold, you might get an eyewitness report!
Our intern, Stephen, has awesome taste in music. We share a non-ironic love for ’70s guitar rock, and we both have a background in hardcore that we’re trying desperately to forget. That’s made difficult by these ridiculous clips from Agnostic Front guitarist Vinny Stigma. Meathead hawd-coah is funny!
The Gov’t just unclassified a huge list of early US spies, going back to the OSS days. Julia Child is something of a surprise; Miles Copeland, father of Police drummer Stewart Copeland, less so. (Police fans will recall the story about the band calling in a favor while detained during a Middle East tour.)
Idolator has an awesome post about a MySpace page for Danzig‘s house. I normally don’t cut-and-paste from other blogs, but they explain it better than I possibly could:
Here is what happens when you click on a message-board thread titled "How Can I Find Danzig’s House": You get to read jokes like "look for a mailbox on midget height in the area" and "The cops make him move it every 6 hours or he gets a ticket." (Funny!) But even better, you’re pointed toward a MySpace page purporting to belong to the house that features shots of Glenn Danzig washing his car, the hole in the roof, and the giant pile of red bricks on the front lawn, which, according to Beck, has been out there for years and years. ("I think it’s a statement," the moppety chameleon said of Danzig’s unusual landscaping choice. Perhaps that statement is "Can someone help me unload these goddamn bricks?") Danzig’s House currently has 1,346 friends, and I can’t help but wonder if any of them added the structure in hopes of getting a glimpse at the possibly poolside library. . .
So there you go.