Your Weekend Justice #123: Extreme Shorts Adventures!

It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck. It’s the podcast that’s available on a Blue Light Special for a limited time only–now how much would you pay?? Anyway, this podcast was engineered–some might say over-engineered–by experts to escort you from the work week in the most chaotic manner possible. Please note: this podcast is profane, definitely oversexed and definitely overwrought. It is wrong and unsafe. You have been warned.


Starpower by Jackie Stallone


  • Rox’s troll doll
  • Visited by Rock Lobster in the night
  • Nudity report
  • Widge vs. Oakley
  • Tanning notes
  • Tuffley vs. Jim Croce
  • Comic-Con vs. DragonCon
  • Pixar, Billy Crystal and Robin Williams
  • Christopher Lee, God
  • Who is Larry the Cable Guy in Bahrain?
  • Harry Potter vs. Pooh
  • The UK vs. Pooh
  • Jon and the Black Lotus
  • Magic: The Gathering tales
  • Kim makes a break for it
  • Men Without Hats?
  • Rox’s kryptonite
  • Chocolate Flavored Sandwich Cookie
  • (more…)

    By | 2017-09-24T22:39:04+00:00 July 22nd, 2011|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|11 Comments

    Your Weekend Justice #60: The Romper Room of Hate

    And we’re back. Please note: this podcast, if you haven’t figured it out, is profane and not safe for consumption by children or animals. Or sentient creatures of any sort. Or even cardboard boxes. Nothing. Nobody. Got it?


    Romper Room: Magic Mirror


    • Ultimate Aftermath
    • The Wheel of Beer
    • Send us stuff
    • Aaron and Coldplay
    • The Pogues
    • Leigh and the wrong concerts
    • Rob vs. Tammy Wynette
    • KLF Weird Fact #1
    • KLF Weird Fact #2
    • 40th Birthdays
    • Leigh vs. the World
    • Jive Hands at Joe’s Crab Shack
    • Pooh Madness
    • Waltzing to Joy Division
    • Rob vs. France (or at least Paris)
    • Pretty much everybody vs. Quebec
    • Tuffley: laid or not?
    • (more…)

    By | 2017-09-24T22:53:28+00:00 April 2nd, 2010|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|3 Comments

    Threadless: “Thanks For Noticin’ Me”

    Threadless: A Very Naughty Bear

    I have to admit, I felt a bit unclean looking at this shirt, featuring a pissed off Winnie the Kodiak Pooh. It makes me want a trailer mashup between The Edge and Winnie the Pooh. “We’re going to kill the bear!” “Oh, bother.”

    Also, it reminds me of this guy–and I just Twittered this in case anyone knows who this is–who was going around San Diego Comic-Con collecting sketches of people doing their own version of Winnie the Pooh. Alex Ross recreated the cover of Marvels #1 with Pooh in the place of The Human Torch falling out of the sky, on fire and screaming. And James O’Barr had drawn Tigger as The Crow, bullet holes and all. They were fantastic. Does anyone know who that was?

    Anyway, the sick sick Pooh shirt can be found here. And while you’re going over there, check out this, which is even more Dindraney than the last Dindrane shirt they had.


    By | 2017-09-24T23:01:19+00:00 July 7th, 2009|Headsup|2 Comments

    Here’s An Alternate History Story We’d Like to See…

    Real Christopher Robin

    So here’s the real Christopher Robin–Christopher Robin Milne–with his amigo, a real bear…”Winnie” aka Winnipeg. Pic was taken back in 1926.

    Some of you might look at this and think, “Awwww, that’s so freaking sweet.”

    I look at this and think: A.A. Milne was one paw swipe away from writing in a completely different genre.

    Found via and full pic at Ectoplasmosis.


    By | 2017-09-24T23:05:43+00:00 February 24th, 2009|Stimuli|2 Comments

    Bloomsbury Auctions Lit Goodness

    Yours Sincerely, T.S. Eliot

    Bloomsbury is auctioning off two rounds of kickass books and letters and such. It will make you want to pull a heist in order to be able to effectively bid on some of these things. Like a signed limited first edition of Uncle Bill. Or first edition Dahl. Or first edition Holmes from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Or letters from T.S. Eliot. That’s happening this Thursday in New York at 2pm. Check out the lots here.

    Then there’s the Children’s Book Auction. Featuring scads of first edition Frank Baum. A signature from Lewis Carroll. A first edition Pooh from 1926. Again, one weeps with how poor one is. rel=”nofollow”Check out those lots here. That one is happening Wednesday, June 25th, at 2pm. Also in New York.

    Book fiends, take note. And…hey, has anyone seen Doc? He tore out of here with a ninja squadron and then headed for the jump jet. Odd.

    By | 2017-09-24T23:17:28+00:00 June 17th, 2008|Headsup|0 Comments

    Lovecraftian Maps: A Conspiracy of Cultist Cartographers

    Innsmouth map

    Three most excellent maps of Lovecraftian locales: Arkham, Innsmouth and Kingsport are in what is possibly the best titled blog post you’ll see all week: Cartographie lovecraftienne. If that doesn’t need to be the title of an album, then I don’t know what does.

    This was found by the madmen at Ectoplasmosis. If that wasn’t enough to ruin your sleep, they also mentioned “The Dream-Quest of Unknown Pooh Corner”:

    “Oh, bother,” said Pooh, as the unclean emanations of the Old Ones manifested as squamous and rugose tentacles that were of no earthly color.

    You people are sick, wrong, demented and potentially dangerous, and I’m glad to be on the same Interwebs as you.

    By | 2017-09-24T23:27:09+00:00 September 21st, 2007|Stimuli|0 Comments

    Winnie the Pooh: ABCs & 123s (2004) – DVD Review

    Winnie the Pooh: ABCs and 123s DVD


    Written by Karl Geurs, based on the characters created by A.A. Milne
    Directed by Gary Katona and Ed Wexler
    Starring the Voices of Jim Cummings, Jimmy Bennett, Peter Cullen, John Fiedler, Ken Sansom, David Ogden Stiers, Andre Stojka, and Tom Wheatley


    • Disney’s ABC & 123 Song (1 per disc)
    • Easy as ABC Letter Activity
    • Catching Butterflies (Number Activity)

    Released by: Disney Home Entertainment
    Rating: NR (suitable for all audiences; designed for children ages 2-5)
    Region: 1
    Anamorphic: N/A; appears in its original 1.33:1 format.

    My Advice: Own it if you have young children.


    By | 2017-09-24T23:46:32+00:00 April 30th, 2006|Animation, Reviews|0 Comments

    Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (2002) – DVD Review

    Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year DVD


    Written by Bruce Reid Schaefer & Stephen Sustaric
    Starring the Voices of Jim Cummings, Laurie Main, and Andre Stojka


    • “Covered in Snow” game
    • “New Year’s Eve Party Countdown”
    • Song Selection
    • Sing Along Featurette
    • Enchanted Environment

    Released by Buena Vista.
    Region: 1
    Rating: NR
    Anamorphic: N/A; appears in its original 1.33:1 format

    My Advice: Buy it for the wee ones, if you have them. Otherwise, skip it.


    By | 2017-09-25T00:02:40+00:00 December 7th, 2003|Reviews|0 Comments

    The Tigger Movie (2000) – Movie Review

    Tigger Movie poster

    Written & Directed by: Jun Falkenstein
    Starring: Jim Cummings, Nikita Hopkins, Ken Sansom, John Fielder, Peter Cullen

    My Advice: Matinee

    Okay, I’m eight years old again. I’m going to see Disney‘s latest installment of Winnie the Pooh films, The Tigger Movie. Pretty cool right? Well, in a word, yeah: it was pretty cool indeed. Or as I would have said at the age of eight, “that’s pretty trippy.” So there I sit with my best friend in the whole world, who at the age of twenty-eight is actually my fiancee and best friend in the whole world, all eager for the movie to start. Here is what I saw.

    The movie starts with a nice little intro of live action, in obviously what is Christopher Robin’s (Tom Attenborough) room, and goes into the beginning of a classic Pooh movie. Its right here that things start to change, and it stops being a Pooh movie and becomes, ahem… (pause for dramatic effect) The Tigger Movie. See that’s one of the things that you have to understand, this movie comes with more action than the typical Pooh movie. It has some excitement. I actually saw where a reviewer in a local paper complained that it wasn’t like the other Pooh movies. Gee, maybe that’s why they called it The Tigger Movie.


    By | 2010-01-03T20:41:08+00:00 February 12th, 2000|Movies, Reviews|0 Comments