Nothing unusual apparently.
I’ve been capturing a lot of really old tapes. This is probably the worst thing I have ever posted. I couldn’t resist. Watching makes me feel like I’m on drugs.
Fred Burkart, the legendary Chicago Photographer/Philosopher died yesterday. This is footage I shot of him the Sunday following 9-11-201 and it is his commentary on the subject. Sorry about the bad videography. The sound is good at least.
Madge and her sister Coita visit a gay cruise park in Siches, Spain.
A spoof of a transgressive short film by Usama Alshaibi called “Slaughtered Pigtails” in which a woman is hunted down and brutally murdered. In this version, the hunter is a drag queen, and the victim is just a really bad actress. Starring Silky Jumbo and Shishaldin.
Long before I ever became friends with artist Camilla Ha,, I ran into her on acid portraying a crazy old Jewish woman at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.
Mz. Jean LeQueef made another amazing video. This time it’s a mashup of a Sylvia Brown Q&A webinar and a Majela ZeZeDiamond (Queen of Vagina) song with reaction by retarded people.
It’s just called “Uhm”
Sylvia Browne is amazing.
Listen to her readings.
A viewer pointed out that I posted this in 2005 and then it soon disappeared. So I’m reposting it again 5.5 years later.
Ragan Fox (former ETHS co-host) and Rachel have it out for the first time on Big Brother Season 12. She’s such a bitch.
Let’s talk about Angels… SyLv1A!!!!
A scene from Handbag Productions‘ hit musical, Poseidon: An Upsidedown Musical. The haberdasher tries to explain to Nonnie that her brother Ted is dead. When she finally realizes her brother is dead, she asks the haberdasher, “Did you like his music?” That is the line that was fetishised into a song.
Book & Lyrics by David Cerda (w/Cheryl Snodgrass)
Music by David Cerda & Scott Lamberty
Directed by Matthew Gunnels
Nonnie: Ed Jones
James Martin: Dan Hicky
Horrible mess. See to believe.
A documentary short about the Arts of Life collective in Chicago where developmentally disabled adults get paid to produce art. These are people who previously were ignored or marginalized in traditional programs for disabled people. Visit http://www.artsoflife.org/. “Established in 2000, the Arts of Life is an artistic community that provides adults with developmental disabilities an environment to experience personal growth.”
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