An informative tutorial designed to enforce posture conformity in the freewheeling, libertine 50’s.
Out of a deep love for Mystery Science Theater 3000 as well as a powerful ennui from the summer heat, I am posting a series of transmissions from the Satellite of Love all this week.
First up is a side splitter that demonstrates that people didn’t need drugs in the fifties… the edu-tainment was weird enough.
A public service announcement from Batgirl, just in the nick of time.
A guide to navigating the Minefield of Caddishness.
Good luck breathing after the Satellite o’ Love’s crew is finished ripping this 50’s stinker.
(Bonus: some cheesy 90’s commercials. Skip over them by clicking here.)
Yesterday the Daily Show interviewed the author of Dick Cheney’s biography, which causes some uncomfortable and hilarious moments.
Here’s an interesting form of propulsion that allows the operator to traverse Siberian forests and bodies of water with ease. Seems to have been developed by the Russians as seen in this archival footage.
Of course nowadays, you can just buy the toy.
More info can be found here.
A glimpse of the famous eccentric in action.
A movie-trailer style video for the Postsecret book.
An amusing diatribe about what pushes a geek’s buttons. NSFW language.