Super High Me Determined to find out the true effects of marijuana on the human body, stand-up comedian and former Stoner of the Year Doug Benson documents his experience avoiding pot for 30 days and then consuming massive amounts of the drug for 30 days. More than just an amusing story of one man's quest to get super high, this documentary also examines the hotly contested debate over medical marijuana use. Although the film is inspired by a joke which was inspired by Super Size Me, don’t expect to see the same dramatic reactions. During the thirty days of only eating McDonalds Spurlock vomits, is drained of energy, and ultimately puts his own life in danger. In Spurlock’s television show, 30 Days, one episode features a mother binge drinking for thirty-days, which also shows obviously negative heath risks. Watch the full documentary now -
deep-dark-fears Hi folks! I made the cover for the second printing of the Over The Garden Wall comic book, issue no. 2! Ask for it at your local comic book store! Comics, Quizzes, and Stories Histoires de photos JULIO COTTO My pop culture book-art is now featured on the French fan art site Geek-Art! Magnifique! 'Highest Mountain Deepest Ocean' Copyright Julio Cotto 2013. Ink on 80's encyclopedia page. 'Different But Same' Copyright Julio Cotto 2013. Ink on 1980's encyclopedia page. 'You Had Me at Gruyere' Copyright Julio Cotto 2013. 'Prince Charming' Copyright Julio Cotto 2013.
Comic Death Camp first prev random next latest Well, that was short and depressing. But hey, the Moon! Letâ€™s talk about that. Here are a few interesting factoids about our largest, most cherished, lifeless satellite: -The moon and the sun are actually two entirely distinct astronomical entities! -James Benson Irwin, lunar module pilot for Apollo 15, beat his family dog to death with an actual moon rock because he wouldnâ€™t stop howling at the moon! -The man in the moonâ€™s name is Grover Berringer! -Despite 2009â€™s discovery of evidence of water on the moon, some scientists believe that it could still be bullshit. -Everyone that worked with Tom Hanks on Apollo 13 says he was just a complete dickhead. -"Dancing in the Moonlight" by King Harvest is the single greatest fucking song ever. -The word "Moon" is derived from ancient Roman mythology or something.
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Mr. Lovenstein | Left and Right Comic #31. The Big Picture For 19 years, the US government had given Patricia Carbajal permission to stay in this country, to work, to put down roots. For 19 years, administration after administration extended Temporary Protected Status for Honduras after the destruction wrought by Hurricane Mitch in 1998 was compounded by crippling poverty, destabilizing corruption, and violence so pervasive that the murder rate in Honduras is now among the highest in the world. After 19 years, Patricia’s status had long ago stopped feeling temporary. But, now, in a moment, everything could change. Now, the Trump administration has canceled the program that had allowed her to create a life as a mother, a construction worker, a budding activist. Over seven months, she watched as the federal government rescinded Temporary Protected Status for country after country, stripping the legal right to live and work in the United States from some 250,000 people who were expected to renew their status.