Culled from the ever great Infocult, which has been an almost daily reminder for the last five years that the internet has always been undead. And that’s why I love the Infocult, Bryan Alexander has consistently posted about, commented on, and perversely enjoyed the insanity around the mediated horror of love, life, and death on the internet. There are few, if any, better bloggers at framing a research interest which is at once a horrifying and entertaining stream of mediated thoughts, And as the bava poster above atests, he continues to doggedly pursue the madness of the web right to the end. Straight down the line, no matter where it may lead. Even if it’s that storied trolley ride to the cemetery….
Infocult, the bava salutes you! You remain everything good and right about the web.
Infocult and the Bava… goes together like vodka and tonic.
I’m confused. Whose the vodka and whose the tonic? They both taste more vodka-y then tonic-y to me.
Perhaps they go together like vodka and more vodka.
So. I just want to put it on the record that I *do* know the difference b/w who’s/whose and then/than.
I hate it when dumb grammar ruins my snark.
I think you know tht gramatical and spelling mistakes are not only allowed on the bav, they are encouraged. And to your question, let me ask you—who do you think would be more likely to be the Vodka.
or this guy:
I think the beard makes it all too clear, I am purely a tonic for his intoxicating mind.
“…then I got to thinking what cemetaries are for. They’re to put dead people in. I guess that was the first time I ever thought about Phyllis that way. Dead, I mean. How it would be if she were dead.”
My DNA’s Russian. What is this “tonic” you speak of?
Infocult is all about the Bavalove. We bow in the direction of the master.
Stoli and Tito’s?