Category Archives: Conspiracy Theories

Fungi and Fun Gals

I’m back on a Mario kick this week. Wait, does Mario kick? I know he punches in Super Mario 64. Oh, wait, he kicks Koopa shells. First, I wanted to look at another Mario mini-movie, Mario to Yoshi no Daibouken … Continue reading

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Death and Transformation

WARNING! SPOILERS for all four movies! Tickled – This is a weird movie directed by David Farrier, a New Zealand filmmaker who stumbled upon sites about competitive endurance tickling for young men. Further investigation revealed that this whole thing came … Continue reading

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Strangers with Bizarre Fruit

WARNING: SPOILERS for the Sims 4 Strangerville expansion I’ve gotten back into The Sims 4 recently, although I’m starting to get a little tired of it now. A while ago, I read something where people were complaining about how the … Continue reading

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Let Sleeping Lines Ley

Something I’ve seen mention of occasionally but didn’t really know a lot about was the concept of ley lines, which are basically invisible lines that connect significant places. Alfred Watkins, a businessman who dabbled in antiquity, came up with the … Continue reading

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More Moors

Into the Unknown – This is a 1981 Reader’s Digest book that Beth had as a kid, and liked looking at the pictures. There really are a lot of cool illustrations in here, including a hellmouth from the Hours of … Continue reading

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Fair Value

Beneath the Sugar Sky, by Seanan McGuire – The third book in the Wayward Children series follows up on the first. A girl named Rini arrives at Eleanor West’s home, looking for her mother Onishi Sumi, who had been murdered. … Continue reading

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No Animal Is an Island

Animal Crossing: New Horizons – I got this as a Valentine’s Day present, and I’ve been trying to put a little bit of time into it every day. I’ve played AC on the GameCube and New Leaf on the DS, … Continue reading

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The No Bullet Theory

The Conjuring – A haunted house movie featuring a fictionalized portrayal of real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren (by which I mean they were real people, not necessarily that the paranormal is real). There wasn’t that much about it … Continue reading

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Pulp Life

When looking for information on fiction involving underground worlds, I came across references to Richard Sharpe Shaver (hopefully nobody called him “Dick”), author and likely paranoid schizophrenic who wrote science fiction adjacent stories about ancient superhumans who lived underground. Ray … Continue reading

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Too Much Malarkey

I watched the debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden last night, so I might as well comment on that and related political issues. Do people really change their minds about whom to vote for based on debates? It’s not … Continue reading

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