If you call yourself a enjoyer, a “common sewer” if you will, of bad movies and the illogic thereof, you won’t find a better spot than And You Call Yourself a Scientist! Enjoy the proper skewering (but with love, and SCIENCE!) of Sting of Death, a bit of Floridasploitation from 1966!
SEE! The “monster” made up of garbage bags!
SEE! Terrible “day for night!”
SEE! The stupidest “teenagers” that ever stupided!
via AND YOU CALL YOURSELF A SCIENTIST! – Sting Of Death (1966)
Source: Dead 2 Rights: Ed Wood Wednesdays, week 61.5: ‘[MISTED] Orgy of the Dead’ (1998)
I found this along my journey of reading All Things Wood, and thought it very interesting (and also very good!) It’s a nice diversion from that “other stuff” (Trump, DNC, Trump, Hillary, Trump, Trump, and did I say Trump? ‘Cause you can never get enough Trump.) It’s from a very talented writer by the name of Joe Blevins, a self-described “darkener of doorsteps.”
Enjoy! (And yes, you CAN link Ed Wood to the Three Stooges without using all 6 degrees!)
National Pretzel Day
via April 26 – National Pretzel Day — Foodimentary – National Food Holidays
Welp! That convinced me! I’ve already got the diet Coke, now’s all I need is a pretzel!
Who’s up for a slice with a frosty Diet Coke?
Here are today’s five things to know about Pineapple Upside-Down Cake The term ‘upside down cake’ wasn’t used very much before the middle of the 19th century, but the style of baking probably dates back much further, probably to the Middle Ages. The early recipes for fruit upside down cakes were made in cast iron skillets […]
via April 20 is National Pineapple Upside Down Cake Day — Foodimentary – National Food Holidays
You already know what I’m going to say here…have a slice of pineapple upside down cake with a frosty Diet Coke today!