Footage of the Georgia Guidestone Explosion Surface as a Very Clear F*ck You to the New World Order

Footage of the Georgia Guidestone Explosion Surface as a Very Clear F*ck You to the New World Order

Some “unknown individuals” presumably saying, “fuck the new world order” detonated an explosive device 4AM Wednesday morning and destroyed the Georgia Guidestones, the structure that was built forty years ago north of Alberta under mysterious circumstances, and has been touted by state officials as “America’s Stonehenge”. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said that an explosive device destroyed, “a large portion of the structure”, and is actively investigating the event with the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office. Later Wednesday evening surveillance footage that capture the explosion depicts chunks of the structure flying outward and shooting dust into the air, and shortly after a car can be seen fleeing the scene. For reasons of safety the rest of the structure was completely demolished.


Clerks 3 Trailer Just Dropped and It’s Going to Be a Beautiful Homage to the Classic Film

Clerks 3 Trailer Just Dropped and It's Going to Be a Beautiful Homage to the Classic Film

Kevin Smith brilliantly brings the Clerks Franchise full circle in this new trailer for Clerks 3 by creating a biopic of sorts.


Could Trigun Stampede Be a Prequel? Either Way We’re Psyched for the Humanoid Typhoon

Could Trigun Stampede Be a Prequel? Either Way We're Psyched for the Humanoid Typhoon

There aren’t many anime that fans hold sacred in their hearts like Trigun and to find out that Vash the Stampede was coming back has risen a level of excitement in everyone that hasn’t been felt for a long time. If you don’t know who Vash the Stampede is or his adventures on planet Gunsmoke you can swing on over to Amazon Prime and pick up the whole season for about five bucks right now.

The even better part about Vash’s return is that it isn’t going to be a Netflix original (Thank God) and the new trailer by Studio Oranbge that was shown during the 2022 Anime Expo in LA showcases a brand new art style, which admittedly has quite a few fans of the anime skeptical because it incorporates quite a bit of computer generated imagery. If done correctly, I think this could be a beautiful way of bringing the 60,000,000 $$ hero into the mainstream…but there’s something strange about the new promotional image for the anime, the bounty for Vash the Stampede has been significantly reduced to a mere 6,000,000 $$, which is a far cry from the original amount from the original anime.

This has some fans speculating that there is a very real possibility that the events of this new anime taking place prior to the original and making it a prequel. This would also explain why Vash looks considerably younger in the new anime, but this is all just speculation as of now. However, this also means we may not see the return of some of the original series iconic characters like Wolfwood (even though it is being reported that Meryl, and Milly will be making a return) but it also would give a unique opportunity to also show their back stories, if the series is in fact a prequel. Now, despite some of the artistic changes in Trigun Stampede, Vash will continue to be known as the Humanoid Typhoon, and there is quite a bit of hope that the series will in fact be well made with Kenji Mutou (Beastars) as it’s director and Kouji Tajima (Attack on Titan) who in charge of the character and concept designs. Trigun Stampede is slated for a release in 2023 and we’ll keep you posted on it as more information becomes available.


Remarkable times we’re living in, “Cancer Study Leaves Every Patient Cancer Free”

Remarkable times we're living in, “Cancer Study Leaves Every Patient Cancer Free”

Remarkable times we’re living in when a headline reads, “Cancer Study Leaves Every Patient Cancer Free”, but that exactly what has happened during a small trial that has left every single patient in remission. This has been praised as “unprecedented” and “remarkable”inside a paper that was published out of The New England Journal of Medicine on Sunday that outlines 18 different cancer patients who were treated using dostarlimab for 3 weeks every 6 months. All patients are now cancer-free, including a patient who started the trial two years ago. An author of the paper, Dr. Luis A. Diaz Jr. says, “I believe this is the first time this has happened in the history of cancer”, according to a report from The New York Times.

Oncologist Dr. Andrea Cercek at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and co-author of the paper describes “a lot of happy tears” at the conclusion of the trial. Dr. Kimmie Ng, who is a cancer expert from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and associate professor from Harvard Univestiy also noted that the study will need replication, but is calling the results “unprecedented” and “remarkable”.

“We initiated prospective phase 2 study in which single-agent dostarlimab, an anti-PD-1 monoclonal antibody, was administered every 3 weeks for 6 months in patients with mismatch repair -deficient stage II or III rectal adenocarcinoma,” according to the study. “This treatment was to be followed by standard [chemo-radiotherapy] and surgery.” The patient who received the drug, that “unmasks cancer cells, allowing the immune system to identify and destroy them,” did not have to go on with further cancer treatments according the the Times. All of the patients “had a clinical complete response, with no evidence of tumor on magnetic resonance imaging. At the time of this report, no patients had received [chemo-radiotherapy] or undergone surgery, and no cases of progression or recurrence had been reported during follow-up (range, 6 to 25 months). No adverse events of grade 3 or higher have been reported.”

According to Hanna K. Sanoff, MD, MPH of UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center the finding were “very encouraging” and “these initial findings of the remarkable benefit with the use of dostarlimab are very encouraging but also need to be viewed with caution until the results can be replicated in a larger and more diverse population,” according to Science Daily. “The responses in these first 12 of a planned-for 30 patients in the trial were remarkable and exceed what we would expect with the standard chemotherapy plus radiation. Although quality of life measures have not been reported yet, it’s encouraging that some of the most difficult symptoms, such as pain and bleeding, all resolved with the use of dostarlimab.”

Source: The Daily Wire


When Woke Goes For Broke: Why Netflix’s Cowboy Flopped Instead of Bebopped

When Woke Goes For Broke: Why Netflix's Cowboy Flopped Instead of Bebopped

After the initial tidal wave of hatred for a certain live-action adaptation came crashing over the internet, a second wave has been quickly emerging to come and justify what is easily one of the biggest abortions in cinematic history. It's right on up there with “Somehow, Palpatine has returned” or the Game of Thrones conclusion, but there's a really specific reason why Cowboy Bebop did so poorly and it goes beyond derailing from the source material.

Now, admittedly there were aspects that I really enjoyed about the series, their subtle nods to the original content was well done, the cinematography was delightful, the costuming for the most part (Lookin at you Faye) was on point, they even found the absolute embodiment of Jet Black, but somewhere in the middle they went off the rails.

So...why was it so bad? The first few episodes were true enough to the original, until...the queuing of the lesbian wind chime scene and complimentary forced gayification of Faye Valentine. Sorry, not sorry, but this was a blatant fuck you to the audience members who were die hard fans to the source material (who, were your main audience, you fucking morons at Netflix), and I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels this way. For those who don't remember in the original anime Faye has a clear love interest and former lover just after she had awakens from cryosleep, a male lawyer: Whitney Haggis-Matsumoto. However in the Netflix version of the events that followed Faye's wakening, Whitney was needlessly re-imagined as a domineering female who poses as Faye's mother to steal her identikit. Now, I don't know if this was a blatant grab by Netflix at a new audience, or if they thought it would add depth to her character, but I assure you Faye Valentine was an already extremely deep character. The whole idea of the show is how one's past would come back to haunt you, the characters as they existed in the anime had plenty enough skeletons in their closet. Now, this alone was not enough to hate the show completely, and to be honest, when it comes to this new era of script writing, there seems to always be a certain amount of this woke trash that we've all come to expect at this point.

However, I found this to be the specific turning point of when this show took a nosedive, but let's move past the Penthouse forum version of Faye Valentine for a moment and take a look at the absolute butchering of the relationship between Spike and Julia. In the anime, they seem to be star crossed lovers who could never be, and the hardships and loss that resided in Spike was the pain of his past, which his whole character was built upon. This was the reason he left the Syndicate, became a bounty hunter, how he found Julia, and ultimately the cause of his downfall. His final attack on the Syndicate and battle between Vicious is what made him the hero of the story, the reason the original was so damn good. But now, in what is supposed to be the apex of this show, the very crescendo, the iconic showdown in the cathedral, we find an emasculated Spike and Jet helplessly, awkwardly tied to pillars. I sat, wondering how Spike was going to use a daringly cunning way to escape this situation and save the day, like he's known to do. But... that didn't happen, and instead the most grotesque, poorly written, bullshit happens. The day is saved by the agenda with “Welcome to the ouch, motherfuckers” as a forceful rewriting of canon, Faye bounds in and gracelessly saves the day.

Now, when I say the agenda, I already hear the clamoring of feminists crying “YoU JuSt FeAr StRoNg RoLeS FoR WaMan” to these cries, I say, “shut the fuck up”. These characters were incredibly strong on their own and there's even a scene in the original anime where Faye and Julia fight off members of the Syndicate together in a more than heroic fashion that was in line with their actual character arcs. Which felt more like character building than lazy approval seeking “white-knight-writing”. Cowboy Bebop was originally written in 1998, but the source material for Cowboy Bebop's universe was already peppered with openly gay, trans, and even intersex characters most notably Grencia Mars Elijah Guo Eckener, or as Faye admiringly dubs him “Mr. Saxaphone” the musician from Jupiter Jazz. After Faye rips away the shower curtain revealing Grencia's nudity We see breasts, Faye looks down and becomes confused, stating “A woman? Which one are you?!” Grencia smirks and replies “I'm both at once and I'm neither one”. Which we then discover was due to hormone treatments after his incarceration as a war criminal post war on Titan, making him intersex. Making pretty progressive writing for the 1990s.

In my opinion, the biggest mark missed was the last five minutes of the series which could have been an opportunity at redemption. However, the long awaited glimpse of the character Ed, left me feeling a little more than let down. Ed, who is easy enough to fall in love with, and didn't even need to be altered to appease both the fans of the original and new comers alike. Shes goofy, bubbly, intelligent, charismatic, and an overall great character by her own right, a true, strong, female lead. We won't even get into the fact that she was completely androgynous, making her a truly progressive character. But, somehow, I was left feeling like Ed from Netflix's live-action adaptation was more a mentally handicapped child abandoned in an alley way, instead of the galaxy renowned hacker that she is.

Lastly, I want to make one final point about this whole woke agenda bullshit that's plaguing media. If you want to do it, do it fucking right, outside of the fact that the original anime was already inclusive and had more than its fair share of cross dressers, transsexuals, and homosexuals, the anime didn't need to force it down your throat. The characters were real, they didn't feel out of place, and the story was set in a galaxy where people could truly be themselves. The original was executed with class, and that is what this Netflix adaptation was missing. Class.