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STILL flying the flag upside down until the regime change in Washington DC
Running with Scissors
Since 19

An e-journal documenting modern culture as it manifests on or near that hotspot on the surrealistic powergrid known as Spokane, WA and/or the known or unknown universe

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The Perfect
Haunted House

Mr. Needles, Professor Terrington and Stik Mann search for the perfect haunted house to use in a zombie movie - but Stik Mann has alterior motives. Fiction.

RetroViral Village
Stik Mann attempts to escape an alternate reality (of his own making?). Fiction.

Mr. Needles and Professor Terrington instruct an inept waiter on proper wine service.

Shemaleiah's retelling of the Gilgamesh legend. Artsy bondage.

The Feeding
A tale of passion, cruelty, and forced transformations.

Perfect Haunted House 2
Jesse resurrects Mr. Mann to continue the odyssey. 

The Nativity
A retelling of the age-old tale with puppets and disturbing insights.

the making of MEAT
We prepare to shoot the short film "MEAT" (included within). Fabulous fun with animal flesh.

Dick's World
Footage from the protest during VP Cheney's visit to Spokane. 

Foxxy Moron Show
A drunken documentary of Spokane's own music and love mongers - 7/2/05

My Entree' Baby
Mr. Needles loves children. A black cannibal comedy with cool music. Not for the squeamish. 

Dealing with Evil
A short essay on dealing with spiritual naughtiness. 

Seventh Eve Readthrough
Clips from our first readthrough of the screenplay "The Seventh Eve." 

Out the F*** of the Blue
James goes to Seattle. 
Weirdness ensues.


Pork Brains
Feel-good Bush 
bashing and more.


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Judy Roger's
Sarcastic Pantyraid 2000

Me and the boys go campin'...

My meeting with
#1 - #2

dewD-ling --
Coversations with dewD

The Martyrdom of
General weirdness abounds...
#1 - #2 - #3 - #4

La Busca Homepage
Trip to Mexico

Prototype Project
Issues 1 - 5




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new dictionary of cultural literacy
grammer & writing

pr web newswire

cia world factbook
library of congress

the inlander

exquisite eorpse
arts & letters daily

journalism net

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how stuff works
amimated knots
dude, nice shot

columbia encyclopedia

white house press briefings

meet the press
now (bill moyer)
the connection
on point radio

us supreme court
today in congress
united nations news


department of defense
jane's information group

common dreams
the progressive

american rhetoric

alternative radio
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skeptic magazine

surrealism server
the fantastic in art & fiction


the art of travel

topographic maps

world history
hyperhistory online
history of pacific northwest
washington state history

Greek Mythology

bible - book by book
bible gateway
bible search
catholic encyclopedia
killing the buddah

encyclopedia of philosopy

latin dictionary
latin pronunciation
greek/latin/hebrew audiobible

scientific america
whole earth magazine
the infinite mind
science daily
the final theory

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gray's anatomy
digital anatomist
whole brain atlas

astronomy workshop tools
cosmology 101

earth & sky
nasa earth observatory
the newton project

human origins
pickford's darwin
talk origins

psych report

my problem child
growing marijuana

field trip to mars/Eastern WA
ice age floods
rock identification key

html stuff

chaos and neurotica (my kid)

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July 29, 2006

The oldest song in the world.

Here's a collection of links to videos of implosions from around the world. (WTC's Building 7 not included.)

Clinton responds to Coulter's gay remark, via David Letterman.


Doctors issue an urgent warning to teenagers about huffing mothballs.

July 28, 2006

The American Nazi Mind Control Project.

Who'd a thunk? Wall Street Journal editor says more US weapons will actually save lives in Lebanon. 


Now we know. Axis Ann says Bill Clinton's problem is that he's a latent homosexual.


July 26, 2006

Check out Slate's Middle East Buddy List. It breaks down the relationships between the countries, terrorist organizations, and political factions who are fighting it out in the current conflict. Who likes whom? Who are the bitterest of enemies? And which groups don't really know where they stand? Click here to open an interactive chart that tells you everything you need to know.

Jon McCain on The Daily Show.


Stupid Quote of the Day: Made by former physician, Sen. Tom Coburn R-OK, during yesterday’s Senate debate on S. 403, a bill on abortion parental notification laws. 
         “You know, the moral rationalization is if you make a mistake there’s no consequences. I’ve seen the consequences. Condoms and teenagers work about 50% of the time, if you count all the studies up."

Pricasso - The man who paints with his....well, think about it. (But not for too long.)

Enter the hollow earth at the poles and we might discover a new civilization. Unless we already live in a hollow earth. Umberto Eco explains.

July 25, 2006

All and all you're just another ziegelstein in der wand.

Stephen Colbert helps advance the career of Rep. Robert Wexler, D- Fla.



In "The One Percent Doctrine," Ron Suskind] writes that Dick Cheney's nickname inside the CIA was Edgar, as in Edgar Bergen, making George Bush Dick Cheney's Charlie (the puppet) McCarthy, citing one instance after another in which the president was not fully briefed, or had even  failed to read the basic paperwork, about a crucial situation.

Here's Ann Coulter on "The 700 Club" accusing liberals of faking religious faith. She later kowtows to the Religious Right by dissing evolutionary theories.

On the July 23 edition of Fox Broadcasting Co.'s Fox News Sunday, guest host and Washington bureau managing editor Brit Hume used the pronoun "we" in reference to the Republican-led House of Representatives, which recently passed a bill to cut the estate tax. Hume said: "We've passed" a measure that would eliminate the estate tax "for nearly everybody," but that the measure is "stuck in the Senate."

July 23, 2006

Alex Jones - Austin talk show host and activist - works himself up into one of his classic frenzies at the Los Angeles convention of 9/11 scholars last month. 


I first became acquainted with Jones from his segment in Richard Linklater's  film "Waking Life."


Alex shows us how to deal with people in high places.

July 22, 2006

The other day, the Wall Street Journal called for an ABM system to deter terror regimes, saying, "they won't invest their money in weapons that won't work." 
     No, only we do that.
     In 1984, President Reagan sought to render "impotent and obsolete" all evil nation weapon threats with the Star Wars missile defense system. Thirty billion dollars later there was nothing to show for it. Bush (a rocket scientist like Reagan) said we would have a missile defense by 2004. Last month, when North Korea started flinging fireworks, the Pentagon revealed that our missile defense had never been turned on.
     Missiles are such a powerful threat is that they are virtually unstoppable. They are only good for preemptive strikes or retaliation. 

"Don't be bamboozled. Don't buy into it."
     Sen. Barack Obama on President Bush's speech to the NAACP

Jack Cafferty: Iraq "degenerating into some sub-human nightmare."



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"He's not vetoing [federally-funded embryonic stem cell research] on the grounds that it may cost too much money! He's vetoing it because he says he believes it's immoral. Well, Mr. President, you are not our moral ayatollah." 
     Sen. Tom Harkin

July 20, 2006

How to Pick
 Up Chicks

1) Impress Her

You've chosen your subject and are ready to make your first move. Woo her with your intellect. Make some passing reference that exposes your knowledge of music or international cuisine.


2) The Touch

Touch her in some non-threatening way: brush a piece of lint off of her shoulder, or touch her arm when you make a point. Her reaction will reveal whether the night will be filled with wonder or want. 

3) Accept Failure

Remember, if the B don't want it she don't want it. Others have fallen before you but still get the occasional slam dunk. Google "failure" and click "I'm feeling lucky." Move on.

July 19, 2006

Bush vetoed the "Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act" today, using he first veto of his presidency was to protect stem cells in fertility clinics from research, thus preserving their "dignity" until the time they can be tossed in the dumpster.

July 13, 2006

John Dean on Keith Olbermann discussing Deans's new book which breaks down our leaders into "authoritarian" personalities.


Crackheads Gone Wild - the video 
- as discussed on Fox News.

The Bush administration's TOP 40 LIES about war and terrorism.

The football game between Good and Evil.

July 9, 2006

Here's the infamous "alien hand" photo I was telling someone about. 

What kind of PhotoShop evil is this? That hand is not human. It's like the paw of some alien lizard creature from a Sixties, low budget, sci-fi flick. And yet, Axis Ann allows this horror to remain on her very own website.

At long last, Miss Coulter. Have you no sense of shame?

Okay, to be fair; this one's kinda hot...

July 7, 2006


Woman With Adam’s Apple Denounces Anal Sex And Fisting.

Buried in today's New York Times: Because of the shortfall in recruits, the military is now romancing neo-Nazis and other white supremacy groups.
     More from the Southern Law Poverty Center.

July 6, 2006

Happy birthday, President Bush! Sorry I didn't send you anything; but, apparently there are federal laws.

For the last few days, North Korea has been lobbing poorly-functioning missiles into the sea, sending the United States the very strong message: "Hey, look! We suck at this even worse than you."

Thought you should know: 
Sometime next year, the National Debt Clock  erected near Times Square will run out of digits.

Favorite Headline: 
"Newspaper Questions Man Executed in 1983 Slaying" 
     - Associated Press

List of problems solved by MacGyver

July 5, 2006

Enron founder Kenneth Lay, who faced decades in prison after his conviction in the collapse of the energy giant Enron, has died, CNN reported Wednesday morning.
     Lay died in Aspen, Colo., evidently of a massive heart attack, according to wire reports.
     After five days of deliberations in May, jurors in Houston convicted Lay and former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling of assorted deviltry in the 2001 collapse of the company.
     I'll wait for the final autopsy report - my bet is that he offed himself.

Jack Blood host of Deadline Live interviews Tim Russert. When Blood asks about 9/11 as an inside job, Russert "has phone problems."

Seymour Hersh on CNN:


U.S. vs. John Lennon - a bit of radical history.

Fourth of July, 2006

I dare you to read the most important words ever written.

Dick's World: I finally put together some shots I took during VP Dick Cheney's visit to Spokane last Spring. Click here to watch the ten minute video.

Did you know that one of our greatest presidents encouraged us to challenge the ridiculous anti-firework laws?

It ought to be commemorated, as the Day of Deliverance by solemn Acts of Devotion to God Almighty. It ought to be solemnized with Pomp and Parade, with Shews, Games, Sports, guns, Bells, Bonfires and Illuminations from one End of this Continent to the other from this Time forward forever more.
     John Adams

Bush pledged to get bin Laden "dead or alive." Six months later the president said, "I truly am not that concerned about him." It should come as no surprise that the CIA unit dedicated to getting bin Laden is no more.

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Met you downtown. 
You, in a wheelchair, 
Me, groomed and
well dressed 
'cause it was my day off, 
You asked me to push you 
to the House of Charity. 
I lied and said I
didn't have time. 
Later, someone set
you on fire 
and you died. 
I'm sorry.


This and no other is the root from which a tyrant springs; when he first appears he is a protector.

When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying the cross.
Sinclair Lewis

The people never give up their liberties but under some delusion. 
Edmund Burke

When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty.
Thomas Jefferson

To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public.
Teddy Roosevelt

When a nation's young men are conservative, its funeral bell is already rung.
Henry Ward Beecher

I'm fed up to the ears with old men dreaming up wars for young men to die in.
George McGovern

Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?
Patrick Henry

If freedom of speech
is taken away,
then dumb and silent
we may be led,
like sheep
to the slaughter.
George Washington

You don't need to defend a Lion. You just need to let him out of his cage.
C. S. Lewis

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