Sunday, April 30, 2006

We need some cheering up around here...

After dealing with callers all morning on the Mayoral situation, plus the fact that I have had more to do today than I expected when I came into work, we gotta perk things up around here. So...


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The Rumors Of His Death...

One of the duties that I have to do as a disc jockey is to report important breaking news as it happens. This morning, I'm getting news that Savannah mayor Otis Johnson died. However, he hasn't. It seems he was out of town for a conference and suffered a mild heart attack overnight. So, news gets back to Savannah early in the morning before the local media can give an actual report. However, one of the local ministers in a highly prominent church here in town told his followers that the mayor had passed on. Well, all morning long before I even get on the air here at the station, I've been fielding calls from folks wanting to know if the mayor is dead or not. I'll update the flock on the air around noon, but I know that no one pays any attention due to the ADD, so for the rest of the time that I'm here, I know that I'll have to correct everyone all day on this. All this tells me is one thing that most folks already knew: never trust a preacher when it comes to the truth these days.

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

About The Videos...

You know, one of the great thing about having time on your hands is that fact that you can sit down from time to time and come of with stupid polls that at least folks coming back to your site. I think I'm gonna keeop it going now until next Friday just to see how things go on this. I have looked at the results so far and while it isn't Amercian Idol (I caught the cast off tonight and Kellie Pickler was sent home, which all of them SHOULD have been kicked off for the horrible Queen show they did a couple of weks ago, which by the way was the first time I saw it in since they started this season, but I digress as usual), I can say that there is a tie for first. I won't say who, but which ever one wins will be a big surprize to all. Also, I wanted to use the term " most unsexiest" because frankly, I didn't want to just come out and say "skank", as that would have just been too mean.

As for the You Tube videos that I've been adding here, I do hope that you like the choices I've selected. Once again, free time gave me the opportunity to find them and post them here. I personally am hooked on the Japanese pizza spot featuring Bob Sapp. I gotta say, it's a hilarous site to see a large Black man dancing around like that for some strange reason. Bob just seems out of place there, but it works. Why this isn't a viral video and hasn't been sent all over to the point where it winds up on VH1 is beyond me.

I've found a few more videos that I'm ready to post, but I'm biding my time. They really arte incredible and I can't wait to show them to you. That is, if you aren't like me these days and haven't seen them yoursaelf already.

We Can Rebuild Him...Maybe

I'm not having a good time today. I need to find out if I have to go back in for surgery AGAIN this Friday as my right has no room for a graft of any kind. So, do me a big favor? Please keep voting as I may hold it over until I get over this crap and watch this very funny commercial from Japan featuring Warren Sapp's brother Bob. It's short, simple and very, very funny. I'll talk to you later.

Sunday, April 23, 2006

The 50 Unsexiest Women In The World Poll

Here it is. Fighting all the pain in the world to do this (more on that later), we here at Sam-a-rama Industries have created The 50 Unsexiest Women In The World Poll, in answer to The Phoenix's 100 Unsexiest Men list. The only difference is the power is in your hands. While The Phoenix did their poll at the office, you have the chance to say how you feel about the women on the list. Also, I only came up with fifty becasue I was in the hospital on Friday and still feeling loopy. But because I care, I came up with this list. The polls are open now to your right, so vote and vote often, but it will end on April 30th, with results on May 1st. May the most unsexiest win!

Update I had to change a name or two on the poll, plus I had to check the spelling on a couple of those. Now vote!

Saturday, April 22, 2006

(Not Too) Pretty Woman

Okay, this is the rundown of women involved on the the 100 Unsexiest. Now, the Phoenix has no guide on how they did their list aand I don't really have one here, but out all the woen that I list here, at least you should help me pick out 20 of the skankiest. Go through the list yourself and help me on this as I have been in a funk since surgery and really need a good laugh.

Star Jones
Ann Coulter
Elizabeth Taylor
Sarah Jessica Parker
Mary Hart
Kathie Lee Gifford
Liza Minelli
Paris Hilton
Lisa Rinna
Condolizza Rice
Jenny McCarthy
Fergie (Black Eyed Peas)
Arianna Huffington
Julie Chen
Charlize Theron
Dolly Parton
Goldie Hawn
Kirstie Alley
Tori Spelling
Nichole Simpson
Lindsey Lohan
Mariah Carey
Reese Witherspoon
Brigit Nielsson
Nicholette Larson
Clhoe Svengy
Sharon Stone
Britney Spears
Vanna White
Judy Tenuta
Whitney Houston
Ashlee Simpson
Carmen Electra
Fiona Apple
Avril Lagvine
Macy Gray
Fantasia Barrino
Lil' Kim
Hillary Duff
Haley Duff
Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen
Pam Anderson
"New York" (Flavor Of Love")
Kate Moss
Naomi Campbell
Kelly Osbourne
Brittany Murphy
Christina Aguilara
Tara Reid

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Knifin' Around

Well, the bad news is the on Friday I go back in for surgery again. It'sreally staring to get irritating, plus you can only eat so much hopsital food in a month. I always order tuna fish while I'm there. You really can't screw up tuna salad, but I digress. The doctor and I talked before and he's certain that things will be better this time around. As it went the last time, he did some work moving a vein towards my bicep, but that may have complicated things, so he's gonna go back and do some correction. I told him also since I have to go back to the O.R., let's fix me up with some bionics and a tummy tuck, just to make all of this worth while. We'll see what happens.

But, while I'm gone I had a great idea. If you noticed in my little stand up act below, I mentioned the list or the 100 unsexiest men. So, how about we all come up with the 100 unsexiest women? I know there's loads of them out there, and it's not to be sexist, but there are just some women out there who think their hot but are no closer to looking better than Gilbert Gottfried. So, get your list together and I'll try to compile it here soon. Once the drugs wear off. See you soon.

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Suri With The Fringe For A Daddy

I'm in a stand up mood today, so ladies and gentlemen give it up for Sam Johnson!

Thank you, thank you. So, let's see who gets it today...

Katie Holmes has given birth finally to Tom Cruise's kid. At least we think it's Tom's. I still hold true that it's Dawson's. Or, maybe Batman's.

Did you see the Primetime Live interview? He's joking about eating the placenta. For that, he should be beat down. Then, jumped on like he was on Oprah's couch. Plus, he's acting like a hotshot flying that plane called "Kiss Me, Kate". I'll bet that was the first time he's ever been inside of ANY Kate.

So, the baby is named Suri. Which I think is short for "Man, your old man Suri crazy".

What is up with that name? Did he seventh level tell him to get that? Did he roll a D-20 and it came up? (That one was for Dungeon and Dragon fans.)

Did you know at the same time Suri was born, Brooke Sheilds was just doors away at the same hospital giving birth to her child? Wouldn't it be funny if there was a mix up when the babies get to go home? Brooke notices her shild's eyes starting to glow and screaming about the Theaten threat? Or when the kid starts jumping on furniture early?

Let's hope it does't get mixed up with Britney's kid. It may drive themself to day care.

Also in the news, after Bush's chief of staff tells the crew if you're gonna leave you better do it now, press secretary Scott McClellan resigns. It turns out the reason everybody's leaving is Cheney's on a shooting spree.

The White House is reminding me more and more of a shinking ship, where the rats are the first to leave.

Don Rumsfeld was asked by generals to leave his job, but Bush needs him around since he's the only one there strong enough to open the pickle jar.

Micheal Jackson has signed on to a new record label. His new album will be released on Crazy Ass Me Records.

Finally, The Phoenix has come out with a list of the 100 unsexiest men today. Once again, I didn't make that list, either.

Hey, you've been a great bunch. Git 'R Done!

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Roy The Boy

I've been meaning to post this for a bit, but I figured that I'd hold it for a while until I was either ready or just couldn't think of anything to post and it looks as though today's the day. Yes, it's about comic books. My good friend Philip Schweier, who writes regularly for Comic Book Bin and now articles for Back Issue Magazine wrote a piece just or this place about the time that he and I took a road trip to meet and interview one of our favorite comic book writers Roy Thomas. I'll let you read Philip's side first, then I'll follow up with my take.

by Philip Schweier
A few years back, Sam and I had the opportunity to meet comics guru Roy Thomas. He was lecturing for a special presentation at the University of South Carolina- Columbia, and Sammy and I cruised up for the day. We left just after lunch, taking a nice liesurely cruise up I-95, then heading west into Columbia. Our Mapquest directions were a bit lacking – or maybe it was us, I don’t know – so we got a little confused and stopped to ask directions to– wouldn’t ya know – a comic book store.

It was an odd place, moreso than most comic shops. The building was round, and the front half was all glass. Methinks it may have once been a burger stand of something. Round walls make it a bit complicated when it comes to stacking long box along them, so we did a little shopping. Another thing that made it odd was that for a comic shop, they didn’t seem to concerned about the merchandise. Much of it was standing up in the windows, where the rays of the sun had turned Spider-Man purple and orange. A pity too, as much of the comics in the windows were 100-page Super-Spectaculars. These were 100-page comics from the early-mid 1970s. Originally they were 50¢, but the price eventually got bumped up to 60¢. Still they were a heckuva a deal. For instance, I recall an issue of Detective Comics which featured a new Batman story, a new Robin story, and several reprints of assorted comic detectives, such as Roy Raymond, TV Detective, and Star Hawkins. Though Super-Spectaculars were about 80% reprints, there was usually some sort of theme to tie all to the stories together. An issue of Justice League might contain a new story, and old story from the 1960s, and maybe some Justice Society material from the 1940s. That’s what really made them great, was the opportunity to learn about comics from 30 years ago. Today, younger readers have to rely on DC’s archive editions. Yeah, like your average 10-year old can afford a $50 book. Sam and I might’ve bought a few of these 100-page Super-Spectaculars, but A) the sun had faded them pretty badly; and B) even if they were so cooked, they were overpriced. Besides, he said he had a bunch in storage back home. So we got our directions, much to the dismay opf the clerk. He seemed a bit put out at having to work when such a notable comics authority was in town.

(Editor's note: That store really sucked. The back issues were over priced and looked like crap. I won't name the store either, but it seems to be the only comic book store in Columbia, S.C.. But I know I won't be going back there anytime soon unless they price their books better. I really wanted those Super Spectaculars, though. Back to the story...)

Eventually, we found our way to the beautiful USC-Columbia campus, found a parking spot, and high-tailed our butts to the show. To our pleaasure, the room was standing room only; to our dismay, it was largely fanboys whose many questions seemed to search for the inside track on what movie Marvel had in store. Apparently, they weren’t aware that Thomas hadn’t worked for Marvel for several years.

For those who’re new to comics, Roy Thomas was probably the most influential writer, second only to Stan Lee during the Marvel renaissance in the late 1960s. He launched the fanzine Alter Ego while attending Wayne State University in Detroit, and continued it while teaching high school English in Missouri. That’s when Marvel came calling. A longtime fan of the Golden Age of comics, Thomas resurrected The Vision from obscurity, and provided him a home with The Avengers. He also merged the World War II versions of Captain America, The Sub-Mariner, and The Human Torch, into a commando super-team known as The Invaders.Many of the Golden Age characters are out of place in the 21st century, but Thomas seems to have made it his mission to keep their memory alive. He also boasts a hell of a collection of 1940s-era comics. While his writing ability infused modern heroes with a sensibility unknown in the realm of comics, his expertise with the Golden Age characters enabled him to discard some of the moodiness and angst in favor of costumed heroes kicking Nazi butt. He also enjoyed a lengthy run on Marvel’s Conan the Barbarian, generating enough enthusiasm that allowed the muscled swordsman to make the leap from comic page to silver screen. In 1983, Thomas, with fellow comics writer Gerry Conway, authored the movie sequel, Conan the Destroyer.

In the 1970s, Justice League/Justice Society team-ups were an annual event at DC. When they decided to give the Golden Age heroes a book of their own, his passion for the Golden Age heroes made Thomas the natural choice to spearhead the project.The All-Star Squadron revived many heroes from not only DC’s past, but also those that DC had aquired from other now-defunct comics publishers. By the mid-1980s, the DC pantheon of heroes and villains had become cumbersome, with intersecting lines of continuity. In an effort to streamline their universe, the publisher launched a 12-issue maxi series, Crisis on the Infinite Earths, which resulted in the demise of DC's parallel universes and timelines. With the merging their 50 year backlog of heroes into a single line of continuity, DC no longer had a place for The All-Star Squadron on their print schedule.The victim of DC’s literary housecleaning, Thomas then launched his own creation, a Golden Age tribute entitled Alter Ego. Published by First Comics, one of the earliest publishers that allowed creative ownership. It depicted forties-style superheroes vying against Nazis and Nazilike powers across multiple realities in a contest that risked the future survival of at least one world. Thomas later returned to Marvel, where he and his wife Dann scripted new incarnations of previous titles, such as West Coast Avengers.

Today, Thomas’ fanzine
Alter Ego still has a devout following, thanks to widespread circulation in comic shops. It is a vital source of comics history, featruing interviews and articles on creators who may have sadly passed on. A recent issue included a long-forgotten interview with Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel. Though no longer directly associated with Marvel, he holds a special place in the history of comics, as an author, editor, and historian. Many of the Golden Age characters are out of place in the 21st century, but Thomas seems to have made it his mission to keep their memory alive. He also boasts a hell of a collection of 1940s-era comics, which were in abundance in the display cases (No, Sam, those are NOT free souvenirs).

Thanks, Philip. I really did want those old comics they displayed in the case. I told Philip to drop to the ground and fake a seizure while I made my way to break the glass. I'm tellin' you, could have gotten away with it and no one would have been the wiser.

Anyways, I know I had a great time. Roy basically gave a rundown of the history of comics for those not in the know. I remember there being alot o folks in the room, including a bunch of suits from the school and a pack of tweens. I think Philip and I where the only real people there who knew and understood what Roy had done in the past, other than his wife Dani. Philip and I decided to sit in the front row to show our support for the man. What happened next after Roy's rundown was almost straight out of Saturday Night Live. You know that bit. The one where William Shatner had to face questions from the crowd af a Star Trek convention?

It was q&a time and Roy opened the floor for anyone who had a question. Philip and I decided to hold off on asking anything since Philip was going to try to interview him there for a story later. So, we watched as the crowd began to ask what I thought was the dumbest questions ever. Like, "Ummmhey, do you know if Todd McFarlane is ever gonna draw 'Spider-Man' again?" Or, "What the heck is going on with Superman? He maried Lois Lane. What's up with that?" It was
like asking Ted Williams now what the hell is going on with the Red Soxs these days. He wouldn't know because he's not there anymore and besides, he's dead now. Roy politely explained at least five times I recall that he's no longer involved with either DC or Marvel comics and that they would have to ask the companies themselves. From the front row, Philip and I could see the exasperated look on the face of the man, but Roy was very polite about it. Still, I just wanted the man to look at the ones who asked the dumb questions and say "Please, GET A LIFE!" Then again, that could be directed at me and Philip for driving all the way from Savannah to sit in a room for only two hours to see a man who made our childhoods more exciting. Thanks, Roy.

We need another road trip like that again soon, Philip.

Sunday, April 16, 2006

A Few Quickies...

A note to our Savannah readers. WSAV TV is celebrating their fiftieth anniversary this year with special programming at 11:30 every Sunday night. I'm kind of consulting on the shows as I'm a bit of a tv buff, as they'll run some of the classic Abbottt and Costello sitcoms of the fifties, along with other great shows to follow. So, give 'em a shot if you black and white tv.

I don't know if you've seen below, but somehow we've gotten over 11,000 hits here, but as to where they come from, I have no idea. I'm debating whether to change the counter all together or just show off the fact that I'm getting all those hits. I'm a showoff, I guess.

You know how a town has its quirky citizens and how they seem to just pop up everywhere yiou go? We've got a few of them here in Savannah, exluding the writer. We lost one of them a few days ago. His name was Robert Hall, but everybody knew him as "Pictureman". He would go to bars or the basebal field and take Polerroid phots of folks for a small price. The thing was he was deaf and you really couldn't understand a word he sdaid unles you knew him well enough. I knew the guy when I was just a kid and he would stop by my dad's store all the time to byuy records. When I got older, he was still hitting the bars and taking shots, always telling me how he would rake in hundreds of dollars from just taking pictures. I know alot of folks would pick on him and call him "Shorty", but I knew that the guy was making more money than they were and enjoying his life. And I enjoyed libving in it. Thanks for taking my picture, Pictureman.

And that's all I got for now. Have a great Easter, everyone.

"NYYYAAH, Mugs! Here's yer Messiah!"

I'm wishin' you a very happy Easter day and hope that you got all the eggs you wanted. I got mine this morning after I went to Burger King and got me an Enormous Omlet Sandwich. I think it may have the a dye or two to make the eggs look more yellow, so I kinda celebrated.

I actually miss doing stuff on Easter. As a kid, I would dress up for church and do my little Easter speech that every child has to do. For the most part, "All I have to say, is happy Easter Day" was my introduction to fame. Once I did that, all the adults woud say "awwww" and slip me a dollar or two when I came off the stage. That worked until I got to age ten and I had to find another way to get noticed. So, I started singing solos in the choir and did a pretty good job of it. I had a great time rockin' and rollin' in the church, hitttin' those high notes while my mom was on the piano playing away. Afterwards, we would come home where Mama had buffet of food waiting for us while we watched "The Ten Commandments". Good times.

Last night, for the first time in years, I sat down and watched "Commandments" and remembered just how cool the movie was. I caught some of the new version ABC ran earlier in the week and it hit me that Dougray Scott may be a good actor, but we are talkin' Charlton Heston he's up against. Mark Walberg should have told Scott that you should never covet a role that Chuck Heston began. Maybe that should have been the 11th commandment. Just the overall cheesiness of the Cecil B. DeMille version is what makes it the best. As dated as it may seem, the orginal still tells the story the best way, with all the pomp and circimstance the Bible has. I sat thru every minute of it last night and enjoyed every minute of it. "Where's your Messiah now, Moses? Nyyyyah, see you mugs?" C'mon...Edward G. Robinson as Daathan? Coolness.
More later today. Stay Tuned...

Saturday, April 15, 2006

Funny Ha-Ha

Here's a joke for you that I'm putting here for two reasons. One, to let you know that I'm alive and I'll post on Easter, soreness and all; and two, because we can all use a good laugh.

A guy enters bar carrying an alligator. Says to the patrons, "Here’s a deal. I'll open this alligator's mouth and place my genitals inside. The gator will close his mouth for one minute, then open it, and I'll remove my unit unscathed. If it works, everyone buys me drinks." The crowd agrees. The guy drops his pants and puts his privates in the gator's mouth. Gator closes mouth. After a minute, the guy grabs a beer bottle and bangs the gator on the top of its head. The gator opens wide, and he removes his genitals unscathed. Everyone buys him drinks. Then he says: "I'll pay anyone $100 who's willing to give it a try." After a while, a hand goes up in the back of the bar. It's a woman. "I'll give it a try," she says, "but you have to promise not to hit me on the head with the beer bottle."

Thursday, April 13, 2006

What Had Happened Was...

I did not have the surgery on Wednesday. I wish I did now. Instead, my potassium was way to high and it wouldn't have been safe for me to be under anesthesia, so they put in a new catheter into my chest, to replace the one that was taken out last week so I can use the graft in my arm.
As you can quite imagine, I'm not really happy and my chest hurts. I'll finally go under the knife on Friday, but right now I just wanna...

Well, I can't think of anything right now. But thanks for caring.

Oh, and cereal wise, it's a tie for me. Presweetened, it's Post Sugar Crisp (not "Super Crisp") and non sweetened, it's Cheerios. Everybody loves those little letter O's.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

The Pinchushion Man

Sorry I didn't post the past couple of days. But, I've been busy and it's about to get busier. I have to go off to the hospital in a few to have day surgery again, due to a clot that has shown up in my new graft. This will mean either a new Gortex graft in my arm or a new catheter in my chest, only having the old one removed last week. We'll see. So, if it's okay with you guys, I'll have a new post up when I return on Friday. Until then, what's your favorite cereal? Fight it out in the comments 'til I return.

Sunday, April 09, 2006

Who New To "The View"?

Okay, so we now know that Katie Couric is headed off to CBS to anchor the news and Meredith Viera has been tapped to take over the today show. But, here's the thing now. Who's gonna take over Meredith's spot on "The View"? Other than Lisa Ling, she was the ONLY reason why ever watched the show. I hate the new girl ( I know her name is Elizabeth, but she ain't no Lisa for one, she was on Survivor for number two, and she stinks for number three) , Joy Behar isn't that funny, and Barbara Walters just calls it in. Please...don't get me started on Miss "My farts smell of perfume and I sniff my own farts"sniffing Star Jones. I just hope they can find somebody that at least doesn't mae me want to tosss my coffee cup at my tv scren every morning.

Not that I watch, mind you. I mean, I ain't got cable and it's either that or "Divorce Court"

Saturday, April 08, 2006

All Dang Cattywampus 'Round Here

I'm not sure how it happened, but the site has gotten all wonky, knocking out Carl and a few other components here, if you'll notice. I won't be able to fix it until Monday, so please bear with me. Until then, here's a joke I got from Gilbert Godfried, who now has a blog ( thanks for the heads up, Mark.) Just imagining him telling the joke makes it that much funnier.

A man goes into a talent agent's office. He says "I got a really great act here." He reaches into his pocket and takes out a mouse. Then he reaches into his pocket again and takes out a little miniature piano. He reaches into his pocket again and takes out a cockroach. The mouse starts playing the piano and the cockroach sings.

After this goes on for a while, the agent jumps up and yells "Get the hell out of my office!" The man asks "Why?" The agent says "What do you take me for, an idiot? That roach can't sing. The mouse is a ventriloquist."

Friday, April 07, 2006

Doin' The "I Told You So' Dance

I'm not one to gloat,but I knew this was gonna happen sooner than later. You Tube has shut down claiming, "You have reached YouTube, the premier digital video repository on the Internet. We are currently rolling out new changes to the site. We'll be back as soon as we figure this out..", which means that any copywritten video won't be allowed on the site. So, any particular vids that I'm posted here are now null and void. I mentioned something like this would happen a few month back as soon as the site took off. Now, one of the most popular sites ever is now down. Possibly for good. Who knows?

Tuesday, April 04, 2006


It looks as though Sam Stephens and the gang beat out the Coco Beach Crew, with a vote of 70%. Congrats to Ivan and everyone who voted. All five of you. Oh, as for the other battle, my vote goes to...

BAILEY QUARTERS. You know what they say about girls with glasses.

One more thing...Tonight I do the very first Sam-a-rama podcast. Just twarn you ahead of time, there will be some curse words and some crazy talk in there, but in all, I think it'll be fun, but not for kids under 17. I should have it up by this Thursday hopefully. I 'll let you know how it progresses. Wish me luck.

Oh, and if you may have noticed, the comments have somehow disappeared somehow. Thank you, Haloscan. Anyways, if you have a comment on this post, leave it in the post below and I'll get it. Thanks.

Sunday, April 02, 2006


Looks like I gotta play the middleman on this one here.

Ivan Shreve posted a coment on Brent McKee's site that the classic sitcom Bewitched was a much better show than the other sixties magical comedy, I Dream Of Jeanie and vice versa. Now, I gotta say, Elizabeth Mongomery and her crew was pretty good, especially duing the Dick York period. But Barbra Eden, Larry Hagman and the rest were just hilarious. What scares me about the whole thing between Ivan and Brent is that they both sat there and came up with, in excruciating details, reasons why the shows were good. I've done this myself, I'll admit. It's what I call a slap fight. Arms just flailing around in the air like crazy not solving anything. So, I'm gonna fix that now. 'Cause that's the type pf guy I am. The Ol' Logsplitter. Which of the shows did you like better?
Post your answers and the reasons why in the comments section and we'll tally it up Tuesday here. As for Ivan and Brent. I hate to seee my friends fight like this. It's stuff like this that triggered the Bailey Quarters/Jennifer Marlow War of '79. Casualites all over the place and it still isn't over. I wish we could pull the troops from that one.

Saturday, April 01, 2006

A Warning...

I sat around yesterday and thought about an April Fool's joke that was so mean, so diabolical, that I thought I would never do anything to hurt the readers. But, I know we have some brave souls out there who love to face danger and I thought. I don't want to hurt anyone, but I'm going to take my chances on letting you in on this.

So, I will warn you. Do not click on this link. If you value your sanity. By all that is holy, PLEASE! Don't click on the link if care about your well being and the care of your family. After viewing the site, I was thrown in a catatonic statemomnetarily as I wasn't ready for what I would see. If you are faint of heart, if you are prone to shock, if you are pregnant with child, then DO NOT CLICK THIS LINK! What it would do to you is unknown and whether or not you are prepared to see what unfolds is up to you. Remember, you can click to the link but be warned. Men have tried to lock away it's power, but it is too dangerous to put away. Beware...