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Babymetal



Japanese pre-adolescent heavy metal girl group.

Learn more here.

Posted By: Paul - Wed Aug 15, 2012 - Comments (8)
Category: Evil, Goths, Music, Children, Foreign Customs, Asia

How many people will run over a turtle?

Mark Rober, who apparently works at NASA, has posted an interesting video about what he calls his "roadkill experiment." It explores how many people will swerve into the shoulder lane to deliberately run over an animal, such as a turtle, snake, or tarantula. No real animals were harmed. He used rubber ones.

The results: Most people ignored the animals, but one person swerved to hit the turtle, and slightly more swerved to hit the snake and spider. What does this tell us about human nature? Perhaps that most people are basically decent, but there are definitely a few psychos out there. (via Gizmodo)

Posted By: Alex - Sat Jul 21, 2012 - Comments (11)
Category: Animals, Evil, Violence

Horror Express





If you like the cheesy trailer in the first window, you can watch the whole movie in the second.

The real "horror" of course is Christopher Lee's Disco-NFL Mustache!

Posted By: Paul - Sun Jun 03, 2012 - Comments (2)
Category: Death, Evil, Movies, 1970s, Hair and Hairstyling, Fictional Monsters, Trains

Satanic Shaving

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After our "homicidal barber pole" some weeks back, we find further proof that certain tonsorial accessories are affiliated with the netherworld.

Gaze upon these evil shave-cream dispensers tending to their Satanic master!

Original ad here.

Posted By: Paul - Sat Mar 31, 2012 - Comments (3)
Category: Anthropomorphism, Evil, Religion, 1930s, Hair and Hairstyling, Fictional Monsters

O. J. Wangen, Evil Paint Seller

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It makes no difference whether you want your house painted or not; whether you want to use Sherwin-Williams or another brand; whether you plan to do it yourself or employ a different company. None of this counts in the face of O. J. Wangen's plan for world domination. "Let us have our way... We will have it, all or part of it in the end."

Original ad here. (Scroll down at link.)

Posted By: Paul - Sun Mar 18, 2012 - Comments (6)
Category: Business, Advertising, Products, Evil, Newspapers, Interior Decorating, 1900s

Insane Sweeney Todd Sentient Barber Pole Wants Your Blood!

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You know how little boys often freak out the first time they go to the barbershop? That's how I'm feeling now. Those red-tinged scissors--

Posted By: Paul - Thu Dec 29, 2011 - Comments (3)
Category: Anthropomorphism, Death, Evil, Signage, Fictional Monsters

Say NO to Strangers!



The potential child molesters in this film are apparently: 1) Walt Disney (man with puppy); 2) the Beaver's Mom (woman in car).

Posted By: Paul - Wed Dec 14, 2011 - Comments (7)
Category: Evil, PSA’s, Children, 1950s

The Mad Science Museum

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One of our illustrious founders, Alex B., has been away from us too long. Now he offers us The Mad Science Museum and says he might be back blogging at WU. For now, visit his new site!

Posted By: Paul - Tue Aug 09, 2011 - Comments (3)
Category: Evil, Science, Alex, Brain Damage

Toy from Hell

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Perusing the toy ads this weekend, I noticed that you can purchase a toy of this character from TOY STORY 3.

Has anybody at Disney actually watched this movie?!? Lots-o-Huggin Bear is the evillest, vilest villain of all times! Offering him as a toy for kids would be like offering an action-figure of the hunter who killed Bambi's mother! What parent will purchase this nightmare-inducing object for Christmas?





Posted By: Paul - Tue Nov 02, 2010 - Comments (11)
Category: Animals, Evil, Toys, Cartoons

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