I have exhausted the entertainment possibilities of disinfo.com.
I have thoroughly perused Demonbuster and the website formerly known as Baalamm’s Ass.
Bob Larson Ministries doesn’t get me there anymore.
I’ve listened to all of the cool 66/40 archived programs.
Jack Chick has lost his edge.
I need new sources of weirdness, especially religious weirdness.
Bonus points if there’s audio playable on RealPlayer or Windows Media Player.
You might look into the basement of Warehouse 23 and see oodles and oodles of random items for use in any especially weird role-playing game (RPG). Text only, but some of that stuff is pretty inventive.
www.larknews.com - an evangelical Christian news parody site that is actually funny
also, Thea, if I recall correctly, you’re Orthodox- there is another parody site called The Onion Dome which is Orthodox news.
Also, google on “Ivan Stang” and “Church of the Sub-Genius”.
www.watch.pair.com also- it’s meta paranoid End-Times fundyism (apparently the plot is to set up a fake AntiChrist system that will be destroyed by the real AntiChrist system & the real AC will claim to be Christ returned to destroyed the AC)- a “Passion of the Christ” article on the site claims 3 of the women cast are porn actresses AND LINKS TO NAKED PICS OF THEM (with the disclaimer that only mature women should go to these sites only for research purposes).
How do you know if/when you’ve found the best ending? Does it actually tell you it’s the best ending?
(The best I’ve reached is the one where you get a ship and sail off onto the sea - though any ending where you aren’t actually torn to pieces by a mythological creature, or end up as a zombie, has to be considered a good ending.)
Thank you, kind sir-or-madam! The Warehouse had been offline for the longest time, and I’d almost given up hope of it returning… and then you linked it and I checked, hoping against hope that it had been restored… and indeed, it had.
My online sources of weirdness? Aside from a metric slew of webcomics, I do peruse Fark.com for it’s occasional weird news items. And Somethingawful’s Photoshop Phridays are often strange and ever-so-slightly demented.