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June 28, 2007



Bloggy thing no responding to Lila. Lila ask you to respond to her. Boo on Bloggy thing!
For the last 25 years, your job has been to test drive every age. If it stinks, I stay the same age until we find a better one.


In best Rhys-Davies impersonation:

Birthdays. Very dangerous...
You go first.


Toby will take any birthdays anyone does not want. He believes whole-heartedly in cake and presents.

I made commie cupcakes for the 4th of July party I am attending today.
Is that wrong?


OMFG, what a great idea! No, according to McCarthy, Communists were everywhere in America. Therefore it stands to reason it's a very American way to celebrate...

What did you do? Pink frosting? Hammer and Sickle? Coffee flavor? Vodka in the mix?


Gee, if yer talkin' Vodka then I hope it's Absolut because all else lacks in comparison. By the way, ladies, you both may have an interest in this new DVD called THE FILM CREW: HOLLYWOOD AFTER DARK which comes out this Tuesday. Here's the Amazon description...

MiSTies rejoice! Three of the brilliantly cracked minds behind the Peabody Award-winning comedy program Mystery Science Theater 3000 have reunited for The Film Crew, a DVD-only series that provides a similar skewering to some uproariously bad B-movies. Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy (the voice of MST3K's Tom Servo) and Bill Corbett (who replaced Trace Beaulieu as Crow T. Robot) are the Film Crew--three affable guys who've been hired by a jovial yet clueless billionaire to provide "commentary" for atrocious films. Of course, the Crew's "commentary" is more cutting than informative, and for the most part, the guys' jabs are as smart and pop culture-savvy as the ones on MST3K, and it certainly helps that their target, a miserable 1968 slice of sexploitation starring a youthful Rue (The Golden Girls) McClanahan, is nothing short of atrocious. Parents should probably note that the gags are a little more "adult" than the ones on MST3K, but for the most part, this is harmless-- if hilarious--stuff. The disc's sole extra is an amusing poem by Corbett which extolls the virtues of lunch in verse. --Paul Gaita

Product Description
Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett—three of the brilliantly insane minds behind the cult classic TV show Mystery Science Theater 3000—finally reunite to unleash their warped sense of humor on the cinema of yesteryear as The Film Crew. Charged with the task of giving all movies their own commentary tracks, the Film Crew valiantly steps forward to tackle the best of the worst, starting with Hollywood After Dark.Rue McClanahan (Golden Girls) stars in this drama from 1968 as a young actress attempting to make her Hollywood debut, who falls into the seedy underworld of stripping when she’s exploited by her unsavory producers."


I made chocolate cupcakes. (That was the house vote.) Then I frosted them with white buttercream. With a stencil of the hammer and sickle, I put red sparkle sprinkles on them. Yes, I made the stencil. Yes, that is insane but that's what the day needed!

Margarita cupcakes just might be next. I made chai flavored ones. Yum!


I don't want to die and I don't want to hide the fact I've survived a few years behind makeup or mumus.

Damn you, Steph. I was sending you a mumu...

"I don't want to die, but if I do, please bury me in a mumu."
Too bad I can't hack your blog.

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