Television Newspaper: Rather than: ‘Can it be done?’ we might ask: ‘When will it be done?’ Can it be Done? syndicated comic, Scoops magazine UK (1934/1935). Toon via Atomic Flash.
Oingo Boingo rocks the Dead Man’s Party in this scene from Back to School.
His spirited defense of torture, based on something he saw Jack Bauer do on television’s 24, was truly his finest hour.
East Los vatos Smiley and Chuy still have a soft spot for Selena, who died on March 31, 1995. Or is it Salinas?
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After an uneventful C-section, Boca Raton, Florida, mother Ruby Graupera-Cassimiro’s pulse stopped for 45 minutes. When her heart resumed beating on its own, Graupera-Cassimiro regained consciousness and shared her tale of what she found on “the other side.”
“Estamos indignados,” 43 different people say. “We are indignant!”
Los nayaritas estamos indignados ante los sucesos de violencia y represión ocurridos en Ayotzinapa Guerrero.
There will never be another actor and comedian like Robin Williams, and there will never be another Ramon, the animated, singing, dancing Mexican penguin Williams brought to life in Happy Feet. Williams, 63, was pronounced dead at his home by first responders today in Tiburon, north of San Francisco.
A wrenching tale of a desert crossing: A lone banana on a mission to el otro lado. Can Bonito make it?
It’s zombie time in downtown Santiago, Chile.
PREVIOUSLY ON ZOMBIES:
Dead Henry Gibson has a message for you on behalf on the United Appeal for the Dead: In the past year, over 800,000 Americans have died. Despite millions of dollars of research, death continues to be our nation’s number one killer.
Pre-millennium cult band Oingo Boingo rocks the Dead Man’s Party.