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One of the most quoted lines from the quote-rich film The Princess Bride is spoken by Inigo Montoya, delivered to the kidnapper Vizzini, who insists on using the word “inconceivable” as his go-to exclamation when things don’t go his way. “You keep using that word,” Montoya says. “I do not think it means what you
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If you’re a fan of Mystery Science Theater 3000, you probably already know about Rifftrax. If you’re not a fan of Mystery Science Theater 3000, you should a) be ashamed of yourself and b) become one as soon as possible. Rifftrax is the same concept as MST3K, but in this case you buy the MP3
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So 89-year-old Rapture enthusiast Harold Camping has amended his prediction about the May 21 return of Jesus. Actually, it’s more accurate to say he retroactively retooled the statement. Upon having their prognostications exposed as faulty, purveyors of apocalyptic pornography have historically used such excuses as “I only meant that metaphorically,” “I forgot to carry the two,”
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Favorite Movie of the Week: Gentlemen Broncos

Here’s my latest movie recommendation: From the mind that brought us Napoleon Dynamite comes Gentlemen Broncos, a 2009 film about bad science fiction writing, intellectual property, independent filmmaking, blow darts, and nightgowns. The protagonist, Benjamin, is a young science fiction writer trying to find publication for his novel Yeast Lords (you read that correctly). He
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Bizarre Book of the Week: Can America Survive?

From the renowned author of the gripping Eat This and Live! and the fear-filled Jerusalem Countdown comes the latest book to capitalize on America’s fascination with the endtimes, Can America Survive?: 10 Prophetic Signs That We Are the Terminal Generation. You might remember John Hagee. He’s the guy who blamed Hurricane Katrina on “the gays,” though I was
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...And in Other Lavatory-Related News

What is it with the toilets of the rich and famous lately? First, J.D. Salinger’s potty went up on eBay, and now, according to the Telegraph, John Lennon’s toilet sold for £9,500. Great, now I’ll be singing “Why Don’t We Do It In The Commode” and “Revolution #2.” Or how about “I Saw Her Sitting
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