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The Tooth

Posted By: Paul | Date: Thu Jul 21, 2011 | Comments (6)
Category: Aliens, Body, Screams, Grunts and Other Exclamations, Health, Cartoons

Space Child



Cosmic, dude!

Read more about the band here.
Posted By: Paul | Date: Sat Apr 16, 2011 | Comments (2)
Category: Aliens, Drugs, Psychedelic, Music, Surrealism, Bohemians, Beatniks, Hippies and Slackers

Grey Aliens Help Libyan Rebels!

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I read this whole damn article, and they never once mentioned anything about Area 51!
Posted By: Paul | Date: Fri Mar 11, 2011 | Comments (3)
Category: Aliens, War

The Hungry Lightbulb from Outer Space

Sam Prekop - The Silhouettes from Thrill Jockey Records on Vimeo.



Have a mind-bendingly cosmic 2011!
Posted By: Paul | Date: Fri Dec 31, 2010 | Comments (5)
Category: Aliens, Food, Surrealism

Non-human Barbie

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Did you know that there were non-human Barbie dolls? Maybe if I were the parent of a little girl, this would be old news to me. But it's not. And to my eyes, it's weird. Does Mermaid Barbie have sex with land-dwelling Ken? Does she leave sea-slug trails all over Barbie's Malibu Dream House? The mind boggles.




Posted By: Paul | Date: Fri Nov 26, 2010 | Comments (5)
Category: Aliens, Oceans and Maritime Pursuits, Sexuality, Toys

Umbra

Umbra (HD - 2010) from Malcolm Sutherland on Vimeo.

Posted By: Paul | Date: Wed Oct 06, 2010 | Comments (7)
Category: Aliens, Surrealism, Cartoons

Follies of the Mad Men #118



It's all fun and games until someone gets their chest burst open.....
Posted By: Paul | Date: Fri Aug 13, 2010 | Comments (12)
Category: Aliens, Business, Advertising, Products, Movies, 1970's

The Fang

Posted By: Paul | Date: Thu Jul 22, 2010 | Comments (3)
Category: Aliens, Eccentrics, Music, 1950's

Weird Animals - Och Aye The Roo!

The week saw the publication of the 2010 Eden Wildlife Report, which tracks the numbers of foreign species introduced to the UK over the past century. Compiled by Dr. Toni Bunnell and a team from the University of Hull, the report mentions wallabies thriving in Scotland, scorpions setting up home in Kent and aardvarks that have somehow emigrated from Brazil to Cumbria (Telegraph).

Of course, this won’t be news to one member of Britain’s thriving rod-fishing community, who this week caught a piranha in his local pond (Guardian).

Another place you might not expect to see exotic creatures is on your lunch menu, but that didn’t stop one restaurant owner in Mesa, AZ from putting “lion burgers” on the menu to celebrate soccer’s World Cup. Cameron Selogie of the Il Vinaio makes his “mane course” with genuine lion meat imported from South Africa, earning him the ire of local animal rights groups and several death threats, but not a reprimand from health officials. According to an FDA spokesman serving lion meat is perfectly legal, as long as it’s not roar (Scotsman).

Slightly luckier than the lions, one cat who has fallen on his feet is Oscar, a housecat from the Isle of Jersey in the UK, widely billed as the “bionic cat” after successfully receiving two artificial hind legs to replace the ones he lost in an altercation with a combine harvester (BBC News).

You might think pitting a rodent like mammal against a 12 tonne Triceratops makes for an equally one-sided match up, but evidence emerged recently that our primitive ancestors occasionally feasted upon dinosaurs. Seventy-five million year old “gnaw marks” of a kind characteristic of early mammals, and belonging to a creature not much bigger than a squirrel, have been found on the fossil bones both of Tricerotops and the crocodile-like predator Champsosaurus (LiveScience).

Sadly today the nearest we get to dinosaur flesh is turkey or chicken, but not all birds were prized solely for their meat. The huia bird of New Zealand for example, was once used to make the feathered head-dresses of Maori chiefs, until predation from accidentally introduced species drove it to extinction around 1907. But if the bird has gone its feathers have not, and one recently became the most expensive feather ever when it sold at auction for NZ$8000, i.e. $4000 American (Telegraph).

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Bad Luck!

Bad Luck ! from Eric Hao on Vimeo.

Posted By: Paul | Date: Tue May 18, 2010 | Comments (2)
Category: Aliens, Animals, Cartoons
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