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Originally posted on Have Baggage, Will Travel:
You can’t visit Iceland without checking out the Blue Lagoon. Oh, I’ve heard all the arguments against it: It’s a tourist trap. It’s a manmade attraction. It’s expensive. All these claims are at least somewhat true—but that doesn’t detract from the fact that the Blue Lagoon is still…

Originally posted on The Daily P.O.P.:
I still remember the weird fever-dream-like excitement I had when I saw Buckaroo Banzai in the cinema with my Dad and brother. It was a weird film that had all the logic of a Bronze age Marvel Comic Book filtered through a hazily remembered Republic serial and fitted…

Originally posted on Nilz the Klown:
John Travolta has long been fighting the rumors that he is gay and in some cases, rumors such as these turn out to be unfounded. I don’t know if these rumors are true, but what I do know is that John Travolta is one sick son of a bitch!…

Originally posted on Liberated Way:
I have no need for television, Facebook or Twitter. Television I gave away my television three years ago.  The benefits are: an annual saving of £145.50 for UK TV license fee; annual savings of 500+ hours; elimination of exposure to toxic mental junk. The first two weeks of no television…

Originally posted on jasonlouv:
I recently began a series of experiments with the sensory deprivation tank as developed by John C. Lilly, M.D., a device that most have heard of but few have tried. (Yes, that’s the one from the 1980 movie Altered States.) It took me a decade and a half of self-directed experimentation…

Originally posted on The Daily P.O.P.:
Brought together to fight a threat unlike any other, the world’s mightiest heroes face their greatest challenge as the planet is plunged into violence. Marvel Comics’ Avengers was envisioned as an answer to DC Comics’ Justice League of America, a monthly comic starring Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman,…

Originally posted on From the Left:
Saturday, May 5, 2012 Mike Hapgood, a space weather scientist at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory near Oxford, UK, made a startling prediction. A stream of highly charged particles from the sun is headed straight toward Earth, threatening to plunge cities around the world into darkness and bring the global…