Friday, August 29, 2014

Beam Me Naked

Interworld by Isidore Haiblum.



It appears as though a young, naked Montgomery Scott ("Scotty"), intended to call Interflora, has inadvertently dialled Inerworld and is now being transported across the universe to his surprise.  He's going to regret not wearing pants when he lands on Hoth.
 
Lin Carters brief review of the author and his novel in the corner conjures a William Shatner voiceover.
 
 

Monday, August 25, 2014

A Dwarfs Hole


Diggy Diggy Hole by Yogcast
 


You can get the T-shirt and download it on ITunes is that's what you're into.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Flaming Hockey Balls

Pelota Purépecha is hockey for pyromaniacs!  This ancient Mesoamerican version of field hockey uses a flaming ball.  Traditionally played at Purepecha (a Mesoamerica new years) around December 3.  In most places it is usually played in the streets surrounding the squares, with the flaming ball occasionally rolling under or hitting nearby parked cars.
 
The sport takes place in a marked area measuring 35 meters long and 6-8 wide, each team consists of five players armed with sticks, similar to a hockey sticks, called uarhúkua.  While often played during the day, it is predominantly a night time sport where the darkness focuses attention on the fiery sphere being hit up and down the play area ...and sometimes into the spectators.  The zapandukua is the fiery ball of about 15 cm in diameter consisting of a wooden core wrapped ​​with cotton layers and bound with rope, which is then soaked in kerosene and ignited.
 
The games duration is determined by the team captains before.  It may be based on a number of goals or on a time limit.  Traditionally players wear a team coloured bandanna, however, these days it has changed to a coloured sash like belt.  There is no sissy shin padding, gloves or flame retardant fabric.  Basic rules are: Don't be off side at the start.  No pushing other players or grabbing their stick.  Don't kick or step on the ball (or you will burn your foot).  No intentionally stopping the ball with your body (or you may set yourself on fire).
 
Recently, pelota purépecha has started making a comeback as the Mexican government is pushing to revive its ancient past times. In Mexico the Mexican Sports Confederation is printing rule books for this and other ancient games, the confederation is trying to start teams for pelota in schools nationwide. Government instructors are holding seminars to teach the game to school gym teachers and how best to dodge the fiery ball launched by excited, pyromaniac students.
 

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Bat Honesty



See.  Women say they want honesty in relationships, but when they get it, they are not happy.


Friday, August 08, 2014

4 Hands

Look Ma! 4 Hands by The Twin Conn Organs.


Four hands certainly come in handy any time you have to handle twin organs, and you have double the chance of a happy ending.

Monday, July 28, 2014

2D Dragon

Nijigen Complex by My Dragon

 
 
Nothing can be said.
 
Official site: Kiryu