Tomb of Dracula created by Marv Wolfman and Gene Colan ran for 70 issues from April 1972 until August 1979. The series featured a group of vampire hunters trying to stop Dracula as well as other supernatural forces. One of … Continue reading Tomb of Dracula Night Thread
So I have no clue if anyone on this site has seen this movie. If you have , here’s a spoiler space to talk about One Cut of the Dead. It’s one of the best reviewed movies of the year … Continue reading Month of Horror Day 25: One Cut of the Dead Spoiler Space
In the summer 2012, I helped a close friend (who was also named Sam) move from Pasadena, California to Atlanta, Georgia. Instead of taking a normal route along Interstate 10, Sam, drawn in by the search for a rare German … Continue reading Travelogia on the Road: A Sea of Grass
Instructions! Ask questions about anything that might require a bit of thought or research. The OTs and PTs fly by so quick not many eyeballs might catch your query. Put them here and they last all week. Check back to … Continue reading Avocado Reference Desk – 33
Omni was a science and science fiction magazine published from 1978 to 1995. Founded by Penthouse founder Bob Guccione and his wife Kathy Keeton, the magazine published science fiction short stories and a mix of articles on serious science and the paranormal. … Continue reading Let’s Read Omni, July 1985!
Welcome to the weekly Styling & Grooming Thread. This thread is for: giving and receiving feedback and recommendations; discussing skincare routines, product recommendations, hair cuts, clothing, etc. from our community; diving into fashion-related topics at a more more in-depth level; … Continue reading Weekly Styling & Grooming
Bobby and Denny dutifully patrolled the locker rooms looking for any signs of suspicious activities. I mean, the fact that there were condoms on the ground and underwear left in the showers was suspicious enough, but one can never be … Continue reading Werewolf 105: Five Nights at Fitness Day Seven
Introducing today’s contestants: – Erin, a substitute teacher from Virginia, liked living in India; – Kris, a customer service representative from Ontario, is a platelet donor; and – Jaime, a test prep instructor from New York, studied theater in London. … Continue reading Jeopardy! recap for Fri., Oct. 25
The game is simple! Post a few lines of lyrics and let others try to guess who performed the song! Rules: NO CHEATING by using a search engine! This is only going to be fun if you use your own … Continue reading Name That Band! (By These Lyrics)
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Hey, all; Happy Friday – First of all, thanks for all the great responses last week. As always, it’s wonderfully interesting hearing everyone’s stories. I’ve noticed that some of you have been concerned that your posts go on … Continue reading Job Rants Thread – 10/25/2019 – Healthy, Wealthy And…Wise?
Hello everybody, and welcome to the Weekly Shuffle Thread, your favorite place to show off your shuffle! Don’t feel strange if your a stranger, because today our word of the day is STRANGE! Share your favorite songs with the word … Continue reading The Weekly Shuffle Thread Feels STRANGE!
Hello, ‘cados, and welcome to The Green Thread! This thread is for those of us who are looking for ways to reduce our carbon footprints (while recognizing that what we really need is broad systemic change) to discuss things we’re … Continue reading The Green Thread
New Brooke Candy, the next stage of Kanye West’s breakdown, and in the header image a new release from Hakuna Tanaka, Spanish rapper newly signed to Maldito records so her stuff is available to stream now. Here’s her new single … Continue reading Friday New Music
Today we take a trip back to the 1980s and your childhood when we reminisce about the toyline Madballs. The foam rubber toys were shaped to look like monster heads. Each one had a name and a backstory to them. … Continue reading Madballs Day Thread (10/25)
It’s a Franklin Friday Charlie Brown! Franklin is a character in the long-running comic strip Peanuts, created by Charles M. Schulz. Introduced on July 31, 1968, Franklin was the first African American character in the strip. He goes to school … Continue reading The Comic Strip Club (Fri 10/25/2019)
Welcome to a series that I am continuing. I am going to go through Neil Gaiman’s now-classic series The Sandman Issue # 57 Title: The Kindly Ones: 1 Artist: Marc Hempel Collected in: The Kindly Ones Plot: The trio are … Continue reading Comic Book Canon: The Sandman. Issues 57-60
In 1874 fifteen year old Ruth Ellen Rose, her body wracked by consumption, was laid to rest. Ruth Ellen was the daughter of William Rose, a local civic leader, and his first wife the late Mary Rose née Taylor. Ruth … Continue reading The Vampires of Rhode Island: Not Unfamiliar With This Plague. Ruth Ellen Rose, 15, Exeter 1874
Hero? Or just an impatient Politcado? We’ll let the ICC decide. While awaiting the world’s verdict, go about your politics posting as normal. Continue reading This Friday Politics Thread Is Not a Drill
Welcome back to Franchise Festival, where we explore and discuss noteworthy video game series from the last four decades. Older entries can be found here. This week we’ll be ticking and tocking amidst the history of Clock Tower. Cover art, unless otherwise noted, … Continue reading Franchise Festival #73: Clock Tower
Can the first person here each day create a Results thread so it’s always first when sorted by Oldest? That will make it much easier to track results. Quiz Note: Years listed are the years of the TV show’s original … Continue reading Triviacados: Friday, October 25, 2019