Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) - dir. Terry Gilliam
"We can’t stop here, this is womp rat country."
Kevin Clash was a young black man from the projects of Baltimore who only had one dream: To work in children’s television like his hero Captain Kangaroo. Through hard work, dedication and talent, he f …
Kevin Clash isn’t Elmo, nor is Elmo Kevin Clash. But putting that aside: it’s interesting that his exoneration gets no major press, which his accusation did. Hope he can go back to Sesame Street now.
I used to work at the Walmart Home Office, where the Saturday Morning Meeting is a long-standing cultural tradition, often featuring celebrity guests. Many employees bring their children, and never more than when Kevin Clash appeared a while back along with Elmo. Many celebs would get flown in on a company jet late the night before, and sign a few autographs after the meeting before hitting the door to get the heck out of Arkansas as fast as possible. Not Kevin Clash. His response to the overwhelming number of children who were there to see Elmo was to stay until every last child had an opportunity to greet, and in most cases hug, their favorite resident of Sesame Street. Kevin Clash is an excellent person, and he takes the responsibility he has to children very seriously. I’m not surprised he has been exonerated and I will make sure everyone I know hears about it.
"I made us as potatoes."
You sure did.
Mr. Potato Head is the personification of Mann’s Assumption*. Literally every part of him has been in his own butt.
God damn it.
The Packard factory of Detroit, Michigan – the largest (3.5 million square foot complex on 35 acres of land) abandoned factory ever.
The buildings were built in 1903 and the company went bankrupt in the late 1950s.
These photos are incredibly haunting.
Still the best
I will always reblog this knucklehead.