Now with ads

And now our blogs will feature ads. Businesses follow us, and businesses advertise on our blogs. Why not just cut out the middle man so businesses can advertise to each other? Incidentally, if you missed my post about all the businesses and other bogus “followers” I have, it’s here.

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Sonic and Amy

Perhaps a quick explanation is in order. This is deliberately wrong. I started making bad art on purpose when I was most active on Deviantart (I kind of gave up on it now), and the most popular works were “fan art”. In other words, it wasn’t the art that made the work popular, it was…

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I think therefore I’m

“A radical reinterpret the classic philosophy for the Newage.” A sequel his posthumous first book, “Do you know who I’m?!” Read Unk’s take on the Zimmerman trial here: Gorges Tsimmerman and the Bosphorous! My comment: Personally, I think everyone has a right to their own opinion, and shouldn’t just wait for some authority to espouse his or…

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Superman, the incomperable

Don’t want to bias viewers with my own commentary. it’s up to you to interpret and evaluate for yourself. Though, one critic did have this to say about it: Superman by EricKuns is yet another classic rendering of a great superhero. Sure, the anatomy isn’t perfect, I mean unless you call a bunch of grapes…

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What is your cultural knowledge?

This is actually another parody of bogus facebook posts. This should tell you nothing about your cultural knowledge, because, I intentionally filled it with silly words like… [don’t wanna’ ruin it for you] …well, there are 24 of them (deliberate ones) if you like this sort of thing and feel like looking for them. Er,…

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Just 5 words

An experiment in social media. I made this picture post for facebook as a parody of the posts about naming words without a letter, such as the following. I was able to see through the ruse and not take the bait. They are so easy that anyone can think of a word and quickly type…

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Photoshopping Asian Aliens

I helped a teacher friend with her webpage design by Photoshopping (new verb) her visage into a screenshot from a 1969 Japanese sci-fi movie featuring Gamera, in which the evil, brain-eating aliens were played by local actresses. The unforeseen result was that, from a Western perspective, aliens looked like Asian women (instead of the aliens…

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