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Let's take a look at Joe Rogan's "PAUL STAMETS EXPLAINS THE STONED APE HYPOTHESIS" Let's take a look at Joe Rogan's "PAUL STAMETS EXPLAINS THE STONED APE HYPOTHESIS"

Okay, folks. Yes there’s annoying hyperbole in the still image. But if you entertain anything between Art Bell subjects and actual science, or anything Terence Mckenna-related, then watch this. IMO, this leans towards actual science if that helps.

5 Worst Night Gallery Episodes 5 Worst Night Gallery Episodes

Continuing on from the five best Night Gallery episodes, I present to you what I consider the five worst episodes.

5 Best Night Gallery Episodes 5 Best Night Gallery Episodes

Top 5 according to me. Please allow for a slight margin of error due to not having watched through the whole series recently. List is in no particular order.

Friday Night Movie: Confessions of an Opium Eater (1962) Friday Night Movie: Confessions of an Opium Eater (1962)

In 19th century San Francisco’s Chinatown, American adventurer Gilbert De Quincey is saving slave girls owned by the Chinese Tong factions.

Saturday Night Movie: Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare (1968) Saturday Night Movie: Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare (1968)

Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare (Japanese: 妖怪大戦争 Hepburn: Yōkai Daisensō, lit. The Great Yōkai War), a.k.a. Ghosts on Parade[3], is a 1968 Japanese horror/fantasy film directed by Kuroda Yoshiyuki. It is the second[4] in a trilogy of films produced in the late 1960s, all of which focus around traditional Japanese…

The Stupid Ouija Board

First, see this:

Friday Night Movie: Tourist Trap (1979) Friday Night Movie: Tourist Trap (1979)

Tourist Trap is a 1979 American horror film directed by David Schmoeller, and starring Chuck Connors, Jocelyn Jones, Jon Van Ness, Robin Sherwood, and Tanya Roberts. The film follows a group of young people who stumble upon a roadside museum housing mannequins that wield supernatural powers. Schmoeller co-wrote the…

Friday Night Movie: Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo (1970) Friday Night Movie: Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo (1970)

After a two-year absence from screens, the blind swordsman returns in one of his best adventures. Zatoichi treks to a village that has always been a favorite spot of his, only to discover that it’s become a living hell, plagued by feuding father and son yakuza as well as the younger crime boss’s bodyguard—Toshiro…

Big Ed's: The Bar Behind The Golden Horn Big Ed's: The Bar Behind The Golden Horn

Los Angeles Times, May 11th, 1986:

Hunger Strike Hunger Strike

This song blew me away at the time. Still a classic.

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