The Financiapocalypse: You’re Fired! Yes, All of You!

OMG….its a huge financiapocalypse with no end in sight!  Newspapers are still dying everywhere, it’s been a terrible year for home builders, small businesses are fighting to stay open, GM is immediately closing 1,100 of its dealerships and even more business shipwrecks.  The message to workers everywhere is: Too bad about your job, you benefits, your pensions.  They’re gone.  And now, banks are using a little-known tactic to pay big fat bonuses to their executives: They’re holding life-insurance policies on hundreds of thousands of their workers, with themselves as the beneficiaries.  Employers receive tax-free death benefits when employees, former employees and retirees die.  Noticed large numbers of employees simply disappearing lately?  Watch the corporate employee termination mafia at work in the video below:

The Financiapocalypse: You’re Fired! Yes, All of You!

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Jesus Is Back! But Was He Bigger Than Me?

Jesus is Back! But Was He Bigger Than Me?

Jesus Is Back! is a darkly satirical animation that’s a pilot for an animated series, one that very likely will never see the light of day. And somebody’s probably going to hell for this. The animated short testifies to the second coming of Jesus, shows his chance encounter with a former brothel mom and reveals the traumatic discovery of how non-self begotten children are made. The crazy short animation gives a decidedly different look into the lives of God, Jesus and Fellatio the Suicidal Cat.

Jesus is Back! But Was He Bigger Than Me?

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Photo of the Day: A Very Big Cock

Photo of the Day: A Very Big Cock

Photography by: Joseph O. Holmes, NYC

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Omar-Hot-Pursuit-Search: Adventures in a Wonderland of Alternate Realities

Omar-Hot-Pursuit-Search: Adventures in a Wonderland of Alternate Realities

Omar-Hot-Pursuit-Search is short animated experimental art film that is part of the PSST! 3 Film Series. PSST! 3 is a collaborative film project that produces original short films, with each film comprised of three sections produced by three different teams: the beginning, middle and end. This is a technique derived from the Dadaist game of Exquisite Corpse and the children’s game Telephone, which is applied here to the arts of motion graphics, animation and film-making. The first part of the film, Omar, is a victorian-sepia-dream in which a child fishes for kite-creatures in the sky, and ends up being lifted to an incredible aerial adventure. Hot Pursuit is a thrilling aerial view of a bad guy car chase dramatic interlude, with cops in hot pursuit of the robbers. In Search, a boy creates the magical, surreal super-flat universe about which he dreams.

Omar-Hot-Pursuit-Search: Adventures in a Wonderland of Alternate Realities

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