‘No,’ I said, ‘not that I know of. It’s not like he has a pile of cocaine next to the bed and he dips his penis in it before we have sex.’ I had a nauseating flash of one of Richard’s famous lines: Even my dick has a cocaine jones.
‘Are you sure he isn’t doing it in the bathroom before he comes to bed?’ the doctor asked.
‘That’s a possibility,’ I said. ‘You know, I am dating Richard Pryor.’
‘Oh, my God,’ he said. ‘We have a serious problem here. If he’s not putting it on his skin directly, then it’s worse because the coke is in his seminal fluid.’
|—||Pam Grier, from her autobiography. (see also, Grantland). ”I am dating Richard Pryor.” ”Oh my god.” (via twiststreet)|
-From Tito and the Rise and Fall of Yugoslavia by Richard West.
I’m now envisioning a pulp adventure where a Zorro-like Franciscan friar in 15th century Serbia goes about fighting for the poor against the nobility.
Thomas Paine is packing heat
They see me rollin’/ they hatin’/ they tryin’ to catch me holding axes…
|—||Aziz Ansari, Dangerously Delicious (via holdthepopcorn)|
Imaginary What If…? issue. What If Magneto Formed The Original X-Men commission by John Byrne.
This cover is based on an actual What If story that Claremont and Byrne had begun working on, but never completed.
Harvey Kurtzman, creator of MAD magazine, and Gloria Steinem used to work together. This seems like it should be an alt-history story.
Publisher James Warren, editor Harvey Kurtzman, assistant editor Gloria Steinem, and production manager Harry Chester: the amazing staff of HELP! magazine, 1961.
Clive Barker is not amused.
Spider-Man poses with Clive Barker.