“If film aspires to be part of culture, it should do the things great literature, music and art do: elevate the spirit, help us understand ourselves and the world around us and give people the feeling they are not alone.”
(Krzysztof Kieslowski, Polish film director of The Decalogue)
It’s nice to know that in a contemporary art world filled with posers, pretense and brazen commodification, one can still come across works of genuine beauty and power.
We salute the beautifully generic values found in the ads of all the wonderfully generic companies. They really are improving the world.
Originally expressed as poetry by Kendra Eash in McSweeney’s.
“A new world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.”
(Arundhati Roy, Indian writer and activist)
The Home Appliance is Your Friend.
Obsessed with the quest for cash and material? Crave superiority? A visit to this site reminds you of where you stand compared to other humans on the globe.
The American Air Force offers some bitching ideas on how you can make your mark in the world!
“Look, nobody likes to see dead people on their television screens.”
(U.S. President George W. Bush, June 2007)
Consider the plight of our earth. Isn’t it clear? Our children need great Christian superheroes. That’s where Bibleman comes in. He’s a lean, mean religious fighting machine and his sacred team will defeat the Evil “Wacky Protester.” Click here to see the exciting trailer! Not only that, you can purchase action figures here. Thank God for Bibleman!