This coming Tuesday, Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter comes out on DVD. Yeah, that doesn’t really mean anything to me. It was amusing to watch on an outing with the boss and my un-indicted co-conspirators. At the same time, I don’t really see a copy of the film making its way into the domain on purpose anytime soon. That’s My Boy comes out this week too. I didn’t and won’t bother to watch the one. The…"Time Cast It’s Spell On You"
“Wow, I’ve always seen you with a hat before.” Yeah, that’s pretty much the first thing I hear from someone who has seen my flesh toned, follicle free melon for the first time without a lid on. I just heard it a matter of minutes ago from Juniorette’s voice coach. He sports the same style quaff, so it wasn’t as shocking for him. But still. None the less, I really can’t bring myself to write…"They Call Me Mellow Yellow"
Every once in awhile when I’m checking the viewership stats here on TharpSter.Org, I gain some unique insights on the goofy ass stuff you people are entering on your favorite search engine in order to arrive here. Allow me to speak frankly here. Good Lord in butter people! What in tarnation are you looking for? Better yet, how is it that your search engine and that term landed you here of all places? Recently, I’ve…"Encrypted Search Terms"
Today’s normally scheduled post of the TharpSter Blog is being pre-empted by water sports. Not the Olympics. Plumbing issues. I would like to thank the good people who make PVC pipe, Sharkbite connectors, water supply valves, slip joint pliers, and diet Mountain Dew. Not to be forgotten would be the brilliant and hospitable orange apron jockeys at The Home Depot and a couple of podcast artists who helped me understand what mental illnesses I do…"PreEmpted"
So I’ve already seen the movie which has plagued the media and gun rights discussions in the last week. Naturally that doesn’t stop me from seeing it again. After all, I saw that movie featuring the lovely and talented Scarlett Johansson in skin tight attire and armed for bear (or bare) several times in the theater throughout the month of May and the glorious first 27 days of June. I sit here now in the…"Wednesday Knight Rises"