February 14, 2019

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A man eats nothing but monkey pellets for a week (2006).

Two government employees allegedly eat nothing but beige nutrient slurry during the shutdown (2019).

The Kola Superdeep Borehole
In the 1970s, the Soviet government tried to see how deep they could drill into the Earth’s crust.

A Hole In Space LA-NY

Of Loopholes and Black Holes
An essay about one of the best novels I’ve read in years.

Hot Beef Sundaes

List of human positions

I was a Cable Guy. I Saw The Worst of America.



Mafia City Ads
A collection of absurd ads for a scammy mobile game. That’s how mafia works.

A man dances to the Becker theme song for one hour.

-=squish squish squish=-

YouTube search query: “birthday party 1994”
See also: “pool party [xxxx]”; “new years [xxxx]”; “vacation [xxxx]”; etc.

Tag Tells You About a Thing He Likes

List of incidents at Walt Disney World

Grand Lake Theater marquee messages (2005 – present)
Political messages on the marquee of the movie theater near my apartment. A record of sinister eras.

Our Generation Ships Will Sink

Note: The @MafiaCityAds Twitter account was sold a few days prior to publication, and the link is now dead. Here’s a long YouTube compilation. Always remember that the entire internet is constantly rotting all around us.

Comments (1)

  • Moople Doopy says:

    Thank you for sharing this list of rather cursed articles and videos, I can definitely think of worse videos to watch during the quarantine. My personal favorite had to be -=squish squish squish=-, as it is quite bizarre but also oddly satisfying.

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