Archive for May 8th, 2011

May 8, 2011

Hair Balls of the Day: Summer Fever

by Accidental Bear


May 8, 2011

Sugarcane “1934 World’s Fair Souvenir Shirt”

by Accidental Bear

In all its, I’ve been working on the railroad glory. Comfy, stylish & masculine. Mustache not included.

Sugarcane "1934 World's Fair Souvenir Shirt"

via Selectism

Japanese label, Sugarcane, have released a few limited run of shirts for this year. The “1934 World’s Fair Souvenir Shirt” in Navy Stripe is made of 100% selvedge fabric. It boasts gusseted side-seams and a “Sugarcane Branded Lighter Pocket.” The shirt not only is an exact match to the original, but it also comes with a medal that has the branded “SC” logo. A lightweight shirt that will look exceptional over time. SelfEdge has them.

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May 8, 2011

A Friendly Reminder That The World’s Ending in Two Weeks

by Accidental Bear

I think I am prepared. In my survival kit I have Peanut M&Ms, Gummy Worms, a jug of water, toilet paper (3-ply), beef jerk, Angry Birds, and a  copy of Latin Inches. Did I miss anything? AB


Via Gawker

Lauri Apple — In-the-know Americans have been getting ready for May 21, when Jesus is going to return to Earth and kick off the Rapture—aka “Judgment Day.” Hopefully you’re prepared for all the excitement to come, yes?

Or is this all news to you? It’s true that not everyone has been lucky enough to live or drive by one of the eye-catching “Judgment Day May 21” billboards erected by So Family Radio, the outfit that’s probably worked the hardest to make sure people are informed. Without So Family’s helpful roadside reminders, you might not have even heard about May 21 at all.

It’s also possible that you saw the news somewhere months ago and forgot. It’s okay—you’ve got so much on your mind these days! Please start paying attention now, and focus. READ MORE

May 8, 2011

Peaches Christ Celebrated Mothers on Stage @ Trannie Dearest

by Accidental Bear

On a stage usually covered in fake blood, placentas, wig parts and potty mouths, Peaches Christ has a tender moment last night at  the 30th Anniversary of Mommie Dearest w/ Trannie Dearest; Castro theater SF. Last nights event fell coincidentally on Mothers Day weekend. Joining Peaches in the pre-show performance was her very own, sprouted from her loins,  mother. Peaches Christ then celebrated the mothers of her production team and brought mothers to the stage that were present at the show. There was a semi awkward moment when one of the mothers put on her own impromptu skit which was followed by a parade through a cheering crowd.






Happy Mothers Day Mrs. Christ. You raised Peaches real good, like a lady!

May 8, 2011

Hair Ball of the Day Story: Son Finds Real Mom is Bearded Lady

by Accidental Bear

Vivian Wheeler embraces her ability to grow a beard, and currently holds the Guinness world record for the woman with the longest beard alive: Eleven inches.  But she says her childhood was dark.  “Daddy didn’t want me around.”

Wheeler was born a hermaphrodite, which means half man and half woman.  While doctors removed the male organs at birth, she still has testosterone.  “I refused shaving, and daddy said I’d never belong, said I’d never marry or anything cause society would never let me.”

Wheeler says her father forced her into the sideshow life, and took the money she earned.  And it was a rough life.  “They would take me to a fair, to a sideshow, to a fair, I never knew where I was going.”

But as an adult, she proved her father wrong, and fell in love.  She shaved at her boyfriend’s request, and gave birth to a baby boy.  Then, her worst nightmare began.  “His father took him when he was three.”  Depressed and in despair, Wheeler returned to the only life she knew – the side show, but at each appearance she would look for her son.  Thirty years went by without a trace.

Then one day, her son Richard Lorenc saw her in a book entitled American Sideshow, and tracked her down.  He came to Bakersfield in June, and brought along a scrapbook filled with pictures of his family, her daughter-in-law and her two grandkids.

Wheeler says having her son back in her life, has changed everything.  “He calls me mother, and it means a lot.  It makes me feel like I really do belong, in a way.  That I do really matter.”

Wheeler says her son wants her to move to Kansas and be with his family.

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