Ek hornbeck

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Date registered: 06/12/2010
URL: http://thestarshollowgazette.com

Latest posts

  1. Of Course Lobsters Feel Pain — 01/18/2018
  2. Assault and Battery — 01/18/2018
  3. Art Is A Dangerous Liberal Deception — 01/17/2018
  4. True Lies — 01/17/2018
  5. House Or Hole? Does It Matter? — 01/16/2018

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Jan 18 2018

Of Course Lobsters Feel Pain

I mean, if you don’t like lobsters you don’t really need any excuse, more for me. If you must there’s always Leviticus (better not see you wearing wool and cotton at the same time) or an allergy (my allergy to Bell Peppers is very real, I also don’t like them). To pretend that shooting cows …

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Jan 18 2018

Assault and Battery

By the time I was in my Senior Year of High School I lacked but a quarter credit of Gym to graduate and while I scheduled myself an apparently rigorous array of academics I didn’t really take it very seriously because what were they going to do? Flunk me? Umm… as it turns out my …

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Jan 17 2018

Art Is A Dangerous Liberal Deception

(Did I mention I write about popular culture?) Actually, sending a selfie to Google is a really bad idea and you shouldn’t do it. Scientific Fact! It’s not about race, or gender, or religion, or… It never is. It’s about Conspiracy Theories! Remember The Stars Hollow Gazette and DocuDharma, your source for only the most …

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Jan 17 2018

True Lies

(Yes, I also write about popular culture.) So James Cameron is the man who gave us Sarah Connor and Ellen Ripley, two characters I never hesitate to recommend to anyone, regardless of gender, as epitomes of heroic badassery. For Connor there are just two words, scratched in a picnic table in the desert- “No Fate.” …

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Jan 16 2018

House Or Hole? Does It Matter?

You know, I actually saw the Commodores in concert long after they were even a D-List ticket (New Year’s is not the same without Kathy Griffin and Andersen, your boyfriend is a dope). Actually, although I’ve been given free reign to demonstrate my 20 year old vocabulary (I swear, I took an Internet survey!) I …

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Jan 15 2018

Every Day Is Exactly The Same.

Have I mentioned I’m a Buddhist recently? Not as a religion, more as a philosophy. I believe I can see the future because I repeat the same routine. I think I used to have a purpose, then again, that might have been a dream. I think I used to have a voice. Now I never …

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Jan 15 2018

Birmingham Jail

Fifty years ago Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. Room 306. Now we have an avowed racist in the White House. Some people think between his death and that of Robert Kennedy it was the end of hope. I agree. The King family and others believe the …

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Jan 14 2018

Throwball Divisional Playoffs 2018: Aints at Eekings

I probably shouldn’t say this as I am 0 – 3 in picks this weekend, but I have a bit of residual sympathy for the Aints based on Katrina. On the other hand it would be mildly interesting to see the Eeks at home against the Patsies in the LII Bowl. What decides it in …

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Jan 14 2018

Throwball Divisional Playoffs 2018: Jaguars at Steelers

I kind of like the Steelers because sometimes they can be a team of destiny and might have a better chance of beating the Patsies for the American Throwball Conference Championship and I hate the Patsies. Besides, Pittsburg is a s___hole and I suppose they deserve something. The Jaguars are just an average team and …

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Jan 13 2018

Throwball Divisional Playoffs 2018: Titans at Patsies

I have fond enough memories of Tennessee. My Club (capo di tutti) met there frequently and the first time I visited it was Memphis. I highly recommend Mud Island, a concrete representation of the Mississippi River from Minneapolis to the Gulf you can easily stride across like some Gulliver in the Northern sections terminating in …

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