At long last, Sailor Twift MAGAzine is back...and just in time for Mid-Summer Madness! Our first cover-story is Lorne Mugawnagoats' exciting new therapeutic and religious exercise: Spiritworkers Angel-Light Healing. She and her mysterious student (prisoner?) treat you to intricate and fascinating demonstrations and explanations of the amazing healing power of metaphysical angel-light. https://youtu.be/b3oveTTKyV0 Everybody is raving about Little Breakfast Boy--a middle-aged manchild… Continue reading Sailor Twift MAGAzine: July Issue 2019
https://youtu.be/BE7UeM8nI5A Two short films written and directed by Tom Cassidy Co-Directed, Produced, and Edited by Alex Gross
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Just like any other organic underground counter-culture, we seem to forget that the media--not to mention the social media platform itself--are fully aware of the existence of these things and how they can manipulate them to their advantage.
https://www.instagram.com/p/ByvNkpyj9oO/ Perhaps it's because I'm getting older and more prone to daydream about being a father, or maybe my perception of the comic con crowd is actually legitimate, but it seems to me that the annual Wizard World Comic Con event in Philadelphia is becoming increasingly targeted toward children. As it should be. The weekend-long… Continue reading The Wizarding World of Wizard World Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA--The Free Library of Phila in Andorra is set to host new pro-safe injection site children's musical group, The Junkees!
PHILADELPHIA--Public elementary school in the Wissahickon section of Philadelphia brands their weed-infested lot as a "meadow," Neighbors claim. While the excuse given seems to be that the overgrown and underserved corner lot, slowly overtaking the school's sign, is a beautiful garden and haven for local wildlife, the reality of the situation is that the weeds… Continue reading “Dangerous weeds” overtake Cook Wissahickon School
(The following editorial is a matter of opinion. The author has no inside knowledge of the subject and all thoughts herein are purely speculative in nature.) Hannah Gadsby, the Australian performance artist masquerading as a comedienne, rose to international prominence through her interminably turgid Netflix special, "Nanette." The hubris gained from being suddenly world-famous has turned Gadsby… Continue reading The ‘Nanette’ Delusion