This list is crap. What about Dustin Hoffman? Donald Sutherland? Glenn Close? R. Lee Ermey? Lawrence Tierney? Michael Jackson? Jon Lovitz? What about perennial guest stars Marcia Wallace, Phil Hartman and Albert Brooks? Hell, Kelsey Grammer, Jackie Mason and Anne Hathaway won a freaking Emmy for her guest star roles.
Lady Gaga and the episode in general is one of the worst Simpsons ever made—if not THE WORST—which makes me think this list isn’t geared toward tried and true fans of the show but fans of the celebrities listed here.
Due to the rumors of witchcraft and Satan at Stull Cemetery, there is much evidence of vandalism to the gravestones. I don’t know if this gravestone for Rose Anna Scheer was a victim of vandalism or just a victim of the elements but there are many stones in Stull that have clearly been vandalized.
When my friends and I went to the cemetery, doing anything to the gravestones didn’t even enter our minds. The fact that anyone could go into a cemetery and think that uprooting a tombstone or tipping an obelisk off its base or breaking a stone from 1895 is just unfathomable to me.
Wife of Adam Scheer
Born In Ohio
Died At Kanwaka Ks
March 22, 1895
Age 48 Yrs. 11 Mos.
Peaceful be your silent slumber
Peaceful be your grave so low
You no more will join our
You no more our sorrows know
Stull Cemetery, Stull, Kanwaka Township, Douglas County, Kansas
31/07/14 - And now for the most exciting part of the trip so far…
The Nebraska/Kansas stretch! No, not really. This can be summed up in a few key words & phrases: Cornfields, blue sky, flat lands, cornfields, tiny towns, agriculture, straight roads, heat and cornfields. Did I mention cornfields?
Oh, but we did get to see the world’s largest ball of twine in one of the small towns we passed through. We even opted to remove ourselves from the car to get a closer look.
Also visited a cholera cemetery (in the middle of nowhere) that serviced those travelling the Oregon Trail in the early 1800s. Standing under that unforgiving sun, surrounded by the graves in such a brutal landscape, it gave us a glimpse into what those travellers must have gone through when they travelled that 3,500km journey. They must have endured unfathomable hardship in order to have a fresh start on the other side of the country.
The cemetery looks like the Louis Vieux Family Cemetery north of Wamego. If it is, it’s not a cholera cemetery (that’s about 500 feet to the west) but still a really cool cemetery and full of history.
Hale [County, Alabama] and Bamberg [County, South Carolina] belong to a belt of counties cutting through the deep south–Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina–that have voted over 50% Democratic in recent presidential elections. Why? A 100 million year old coastline.
Move over Stephanie Brown, it’s time DC brought back Bloodwynd!
Shelved for over a decade, Bloodwynd aka Freddy Widmer is the descendant of slaves and gets his powers from a magical blood gem they created. The magical gem houses a gateway to another dimension where in lives Rott, a demon who feeds on the souls of those killed by the Blood Gem. Over the course of Bloodwynd’s 67 comic book appearances he has shared a body with Martian Manhunter, defeated the demon Rott, and served on the Justice League during the Death of Superman arc.
Powers and Abilities: Summoning the dead, super strength, the ability to locate recent deaths, the ability to inflict the pain a victim felt on their killer, flight, teleportation, telekinesis, and other magic powers stemming from the Blood Gem.
OK I admit he’s
wasn’tisn’t the most interesting character of all time, but whose to say that with the right writer and the right team around him he couldn’t be an excellent addition to the new 52?
Could the right writer be none other than Grant Morrison?
From Multiversity 1, released today (lower left hand corner):
Do you know how happy I was when I saw this, I think I made this post like 2 years ago or something but the moment I saw Bloodwynd (even if he was just throwing his hands up in the background) I marked out.