Richard Nixon answers questions and sets the record straight in his reaction to Oliver Stone’s 1995 “Nixon” biopic.
A novelty piece in the old “break-in” style pioneered by Dickie Goodman and Bill Buchanan where song clips replace soundbytes from interviews or dialogue.I downloaded this from AOL in the mid-1990’s, and I don’t recall who uploaded it originally.If you or someone you know created this, please let me know so that I may give proper credit.Thanks!
I can’t really determine what “weird” actually means in this context, as I have nothing that I consider “weird”. Everything that I have has a story behind it, or has purpose, so “weird” (in this context) doesn’t really work for anything.This is a figas, a totem of sorts from Brazil that imparts good fortune. The “fig sign” as it is called, is made by grasping the thumb between the index and middle fingers. Interestingly–and weirdly–enough, it’s also a vulgar sign in many cultures around the world–similar to “the bird” in US vernacular. This specimen is carved from wood in a fair bit of detail, and sits in a discreet spot on my bookshelf.
It’s a neat little trinket, given to me by an ex-girlfriend some years ago–during the “Dark Times”. I’ve kept it because it’s interesting and worldly, and because it reminds me of how far I’ve come in the intervening years. I may be only a superstition, but it’s “brought” good fortune so far!
A few sheets to the wind at a dueling pianos bar, Atari was invited to come on stage and celebrate Halloween by dancing to Michael Jackson’s classic “Thriller”. The results were…interesting.
Also, apparently, someone attempted to perform it.
Source: The Unplayable Score: Faerie’s Aire and Death Waltz – John Stump – SOCKS