I don’t care about the commentary, but watch the video on the right. See the two suited men in 90 degree weather, and listen to the grinding cacophony of the cameras clicking away.
The Wisconsin Poet sends in this gem from his own neck of the woods. (Alert: the language gets a little blue.) The Police Report keeps the prose nice and dry: “On 07-14-09 Rachel came home from work and found her boyfriend, Christopher, masturbating and watching pornographic movies on the TV. A verbal altercation ensued until Rachel took a knife out of the kitchen drawer. Rachel stabbed Christopher in the abdomen, slashed both of his arms, and scratched him on the neck and his right nipple. Christopher left the apartment and sought medical attention at GLMC.”
Money quote from Rachel: “You #@!*ing cheater! How could you do this to me? I let you live here!”
National debt road trip.
Coming soon: The Magdalena: the movie. Because The Magdalena: the comic book was not big enough to hold all the goodness. From Wiki:
“After the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ, Mary Magdalene, reputed to be his wife, gave birth to a daughter, Sarah. From this child is descended the holy lineage of the Magdalena. The Magdelena serves as the warrior and protector of the Catholic Church. The Magdalena has the ability to see into the human heart, to show people the error of their ways and give them the choice to redeem their sins. There is only one in a generation, and she alone stands against the evils of the world. Magdalena wields the Spear of Destiny, the spear that pierced the side of Christ, as a holy and formidable weapon against the twisted and the evil.”
I have got to figure out how to get me a piece of the Godsploitation action.
Made it, and with five days to spare. I am humbled by and grateful for the support, and will do my durnedest to make something good from it. Production starts next week.
Korrektiv writers Jonathan Webb, Rufus McCain, Quin Finnegan, and Henri Young attend a showing of Going My Way in 3D as part of the 52 Movies for the Year of the Priest film festival.
The American Catholic has unearthed a fine trove of Sanger quotations, including this gem:
“In my experience as a trained nurse while attending persons afflicted with various and often revolting diseases, no matter what their ailments, I have never found any one so repulsive as the chronic masturbator. It would be difficult not to fill page upon page of heartrending confessions made by young girls, whose lives were blighted by this pernicious habit, always begun so innocently, for even after they have ceased the habit, they find themselves incapable of any relief in the natural act. [...] Perhaps the greatest physical danger to the chronic masturbator is the inability to perform the sexual act naturally.
In the boy or girl past puberty, we find one of the most dangerous forms of masturbation, i.e., mental masturbation, which consists of forming mental pictures, or thinking obscene or voluptuous pictures. This form is considered especially harmful to the brain, for the habit becomes so fixed that it is almost impossible to free the thoughts from lustful pictures.”
I think I may rename Today in Porn as Today in Lustful Pictures.