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Sometimes, annoying things happen. Cram was talking about his coworker just blowing up at little things, and I suggested that perhaps he could entertain himself by blowing up similarly about other little things... really, really little things. Like the color of a chair.

In Mr. Language's apartment, the paper-thin walls allowed us to enjoy the details of his neighbors' lives, late at night when we were trying to sleep. The lady to the north liked to have intense one-sided arguments for hours, and I used to imagine her having them with her cat.

The guys to the south would stay up into the wee hours, and we heard a low hum of conversation and the clinking of glasses and bottles, punctuated by outbursts of laughter. One night, Mr. Language rolled over and said "I like to imagine that they're sitting around a little table with a ping-pong ball on it, discussing the ping-pong ball." After that, every time they started us out of sleep with their laughter, we couldn't help giggling, too.

My friend found a video somewhere. It's called "Anal Massage for Health and Pleasure", and it's from the 80's. It features people from the 80's doing stuff to each other's butts.

Right on the cover, it says that Chester Mainard has over 20 years of experience teaching anal massage, and also that the video contains over two and a half hours of hands-on instruction.

Seriously, I tried to find this video on the internet. It's amazing! I'm going to scan the cover when I get a chance. Holy shit.

I did find this snippet of Chester Mainard talking:


We are entering an era where “way of life” music genres (genres which stand oppositional to other genres) are rapidly losing their hold over consumers’ aesthetic choices. A love of heavy metal does not now preclude a love of gay disco, just as a love of jazz doesn’t preclude a love of rock anymore. However, to an older generation to whom these walls still stand, it can seem as though the only explanation for the liking of oppositional genres is “irony”, when this is not the case.

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / ATTN SUSAN
« on: April 08, 2011, 10:40:41 pm »

Wait out the intro, it's worth it.  :lulz:

Who's in, and when's good for you?

Ahahahahahaha!!!! Read all the comments. Fucking priceless!

The Oregonian's coverage of yesterday's Red & Black anarchist press conference includes this fantastic photo that can really be nothing but a publicity shot for Portland's newest hit indie-rockers.

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / CAIN
« on: March 24, 2011, 01:48:33 am »



The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / CRAMULUS
« on: March 23, 2011, 11:06:27 pm »

I don't have time for that shit.

How about a poor mom being robbed of her education, her, dreams, and her ability to secure a better future for her kids by a FELONY CONVICTION for using her father's address to send her kids to a better school?

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / DEAR ADMIN TEAM
« on: January 22, 2011, 02:55:26 am »
I'd like to petition that all the subs be merged, because apparently we're really just looking to post our "serious content" in whichever sub gets the most views, so more people can see us and high-five our cleverness. That way, there will only be one sub so it will get ALL the views.

Also we should start being super-nice to n00bs and rename the remaining sub "23ae".

Thanks for your consideration.

Techmology and Scientism / Vaccination
« on: January 14, 2011, 08:55:47 am »
Where was that thread? I got a couple of good links from a doctor friend today... one who is alt-medicine friendly but doesn't put up with bullshit. In my experience, these kinds of things are good against fundies, hippies, New Agers, AND Teabaggers.

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Share my misery
« on: January 14, 2011, 07:14:37 am »
I just looked on another board and saw this:

Anyone else see this post on facebook? I'm late with it and just saw it yesterday but the bizarre factor is rather big..

from fb
do you know the significance of 111 yesterday's date 1/11/11? Take your birth year (last 2 digits) + CURRENT AGE + 1 = 111. Try it!!!! It's true! (got it from a friend)

It's true..why is it true. anyone know?? What's even stranger is that my husband and I have numbers that mirror in this year 2011. His birth date is 1954 and he will be 57 this year, while my birth year is 1957 and I will be 54 this year..

Is that not BIZARRE..

I feel like I might cry.

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