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Suicidal Tendencies Pepsi needlepoint cross stitch
03.29.2012
02:27 pm

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When I posted the Lemmy needlepoint cross stitch yesterday by Defiant Damsel, I somehow missed the above Pepsi cross stitch. It’s still available for $35.00 + shipping.

And if you’re feeling really adventurous, there’s a Henry Rollins portrait pattern for $6.00.

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Dangerous Minds reader Chris Bickel says, “This is a picture of me with Mary Woronov taken just last weekend. When I asked her if I could get a picture of her handing me a Pepsi, she knew instantly what I was referring to.”

“Hey Mike - your Mom gave *ME* a Pepsi.”

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Daisy-chained skateboard hamster wheel
03.28.2012
05:22 pm

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Soft Cell’s Infamous ‘Sex Dwarf’ Video (NSFW)
03.28.2012
03:59 pm

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Directed by Tim Pope, Soft Cell’s Sex Dwarf video, released to promote their debut album, created quite a scandal in 1981. Claiming it was pornographic, British police actually confiscated copies of the video. It was banned from MTV at the time and has been banned from YouTube…though it pops up now and then.
 
The Sex Dwarf clip reminds me of the films of Jack Smith and The Kuchar Brothers, mashed up with Texas Chainsaw Massacre: a Bacchanalian group grope full of writhing bodies, hot flesh and a chainsaw. Enjoy it in all its sleazy glory. 
 

 
Tim Pope and Marc Almond discuss the making of “Sex Dwarf.”
 

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A needlepoint portrait of Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister
03.28.2012
02:02 pm

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Etsy shop Defiant Damsel is selling a one of a kind 8x8 cross stitch portrait of Lemmy for just $50.00 + shipping. Maybe a nice housewarming gift?
 
Previously on Dangerous Minds:
Lemmy visits Glamor Shots
 
Via Cheryybombed

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Hyper-literally obeying road signs
03.27.2012
02:50 pm

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Pictured above, an upstanding citizen obeying a road sign.

Via High Definite

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All of the nipples on display in the permanent collection of the Met
03.26.2012
06:54 pm

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I guess someone had to do it. And that someone is James C. Ewart whose site is called Nipples at the Met.

Via Kottke/Michael Kurcfeld

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How to conserve your herb
03.26.2012
02:23 pm

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Redditor Gassal01 and his girlfriend’s plan on how to conserve weed. Not a bad idea for daily puffers IMHO.
 
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Perfect Monday video
03.26.2012
01:48 pm

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Here’s a kid who literally falls into a deep sleep while standing up right after skiing the bunny slopes. Yup, this pretty much sums up how I feel today.
 

 
Via High Definite

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Watching 100+ episodes of The Simpsons at the same time
03.24.2012
04:16 am

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Electronic Superhighway
 
Pop culture keeps compressing more and more of itself into smaller and smaller bits of itself. The glittering Simpson video mosaic featured below makes avant-garde video pioneer Nam June Paik’s 1995 “Electronic Superhighway” installation (above) feel like a slow trip down the scenic back roads of central Kansas.

Life seems to have become that flickering thing at the periphery of our vision. Is this what “I saw my life flashing before my eyes” looks like?

Top to bottom: each row shows a season (from season 1 to season 10)
Left to right: each column shows an episode (from episode 1 to episode 13)

A total of 130 episodes is displayed, framerate is 25fps, thumbnails have been captured at 80x60px

And to think it all started with Hollywood Squares.
 

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The Dinosaur Graveyard of East Berlin
03.23.2012
07:14 pm

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It wasn’t an asteroid but the fall of the Berlin Wall that wiped out this amusement park and its life-size dinosaurs in 1989. The Kulturpark Plänterwald was the only theme park in the German Democratic Republic, and once the wall was gone, the park soon sadly followed, eventually closing its doors (after a brief revival) in 2002.

More dino-carnage can be seen here.
 
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Via Kuriositas
 
More abandoned dinosaurs, after the jump…
 

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