Geek Mythology

September 30, 2010

“Lucha Libre De Los Muertos”

Filed under: Main — Mackanlee @ 12:27 am

Heres when I was MC at the Hootchy Kootchy club night “Lucha Libre De Los Muertos” and was spanked by the Poubelle Twins. They are luchadoras(wrestlers) from the great Lucha Va Voom Burlesque wrestling club in Los Angeles. They visited Stockholm last year and did a great wrestling show. Check out more from them here: http://www.deuxfilles.net/

September 28, 2010

Famous Fletch aliases

Filed under: Main — Mackanlee @ 9:45 pm

Filed under: Main — Mackanlee @ 8:45 am

This is funny! Thanks 4 the link Freddie Foureyes.

September 27, 2010

The Fun House

Filed under: Main — Mackanlee @ 10:21 pm

The Funhouse was a great early horror movie that Tobe Hooper made(the same guy who made Texas Chainsaw Massacre). It had alot of cool sideshow and carnival elements to it. Check it out if you get the chance.

“The arts allow us to look at ourselves, they delight us, transport us, surprise us. They allow us to see something unique, something unusual an interesting. Something different than Hollywood teen vampire bollocks or reality tv.”

Filed under: Main — Mackanlee @ 10:04 am

Here is a great video by David Shrigley on why the arts are important and why funding for them should not be cut.

September 24, 2010

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September 23, 2010

Masks

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These are some pics from the great Mask show at Dans museet. These masks come from old European carnival traditions.

September 22, 2010

Filed under: Main — Mackanlee @ 10:50 pm

-Sugar Mr.Poon?

-No, never never.

Cast Iron Arm

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September 21, 2010

Famous coin operated fortune tellers

Filed under: Main — Mackanlee @ 11:32 am

I have compiled short clips of some of the more famous coin operated fortune teller machines here. Check them out!

Here is a very cool “Elvis” fortune telling machine:

This is an Ol Miner fortune teller machine. I saw and used one of these machines in a gost town close to Las Vegas:

This is an Old Pirate fortune teller:

The famous Zoltare fortune teller machine:

Here is a weird George Bush 2 coin operated fortune teller. Never seen it before, but pretty funny and strange:

Here is an Esmeralda machine, I used one of these in the New York casino in Las Vegas:

One of my favorites that I have depicted in my art, “Grandmothers predictions”:

“Ask the brain”, another strange coin operated fortune teller:

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