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A potation that Pepsi deserves plenty of praise for, as amazingly it actually tastes as sickly as it sounds. The drink’s slightly thick texture and peculiar taste making it akin to sucking down some slightly watered down shampoo. A pot of Pantene perhaps — only...

It began, I figure, when I downloaded Michael Jackson's Thriller. I was having a conversation with someone, though I'm not sure who know, about how Jackson had been a pretty decent pop musician in the eighties, but what'd we'd all remember him for now would be...

From Strange Horizons: If Surrealism was a revolutionary movement representative of the liberation of a previously dormant collective imagination, A Field Guide to Surreal Botany, edited by Jason Erik Lundberg and Janet Chui (who also contributed striking illustrations), a lovely little book encompassing a vast collaborative...

I ended up watching Aliens on Saturday night. Aliens is one of those flicks I can shut off too, and just chill while I'm watching it, in the same way people can chill to kung fu flicks, bad horror, and the whatnot. For me, it's that...