Encyclopedia Crawford Knows All: Why Don’t I Have Any Friends? Part 3

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Encyclopedia Crawford Knows All: Why Don’t I Have Any Friends? Part 1

I have actually had people ask me why they don’t have that many friends. How do you answer that? Do you tell them that they talk too much? Can I point out that they are abrasive and annoying at times? I’m not a mean person at all…okay, at times I can be, but when it’s a serious question I find myself curious how to answer it. Continue reading

14 Questions: Magneto Was Right

None of these questions have to do with Magneto. I was just looking at how awesome Cyclops has become in the comics since he murked out good ol’ Chuck. I’m telling you, Scott Summers has been gold since Grant Morrison got a hold of him.

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Encylopedia Crawford Knows All: The Vegan Theory

Alright, it isn’t nice. I know. The fact is that anyone that knows me will say I’m opinionated on many subjects. The fact is, I do tend to make jokes and pick on people, such as those that call themselves vegans. To those that are living under a rock, vegans are people that eat absolutely no meat, no eggs, no milk, no butter or cheese. These individuals do it for a variety of reasons. They do it for health and spiritual reasons. They also do it because they are disgusted with how modern animals are treated in pens and slaughterhouses. Continue reading

Encyclopedia Crawford Knows All: Don’t Worry, It’s Good For You!

This is not a pro smoking schtick. Actually, I don’t smoke, never really liked it. The fact is that as our nation grows, it seems more and more laws are put in place to, “save ourselves” from…well, ourselves. The fact is, I just like how they always seem to find one culprit, one, “bad guy,” and force everyone to believe it. The fact is, I know smoking is bad. People have known that well over a century now. There is a reason that in the 1920s and earlier, cigarettes were called cancer sticks. Continue reading

Better In The Dark – Episode #38: The Three Faces of I Am Legend


In honor of a great, great man:

Richard Matheson
February 20, 1926 – June 23, 2013

“If men only felt about death as they do about sleep, all terrors would cease. . . Men sleep contentedly, assured that they will wake the following morning. They should feel the same about their lives.”

The Guys Outta Brooklyn spend some time waiting for the end of the world by examining the classic Richard Matheson novella I Am Legend and its three adaptations. Each of these trio of films are very different in tone and approach, and Tom and Derrick will compare and contrast them all. From the black-as-pitch black and white melodrama of The Last Man on Earth to Charlton Heston kicking ass in The Omega Man to Will Smith and his dog trying to survive in I Am Legend, we cover them all! Plus some talk about mixing animation and live action, and Tom is vindicated when Derrick finally watches the Kristen Bell tragedy Pulse. Bare those teeth like you mean it–get to clicking!

Better In The Dark – Episode #38: The Three Faces of I Am Legend

Anyone Hear About This?: The SUPER MOON!

Really? I mean come on, is this that big of a thing? Once a year the moon appears bigger, and brighter than normal. OHHHH, it is amazing! Continue reading

Encyclopedia Crawford Knows All: We’ve Got Talent!

Okay, maybe not everyone. Anyone who owns a television is very familiar with the past decade or so of “talent shows”. I call them that and everyone knows what I’m talking about. There are shows like The X-Factor, America’s Got Talent, Britain’s Got Talent, Australia’s Got Talent, and numerous others. The fact is that every year, millions of people put their hopes and dreams out there for all to see. They all hope to win the prize or at least get noticed and become famous. Continue reading

Promos By Hyphen: Payback Schmayback

So you’ve watched Payback and Raw and you’re ready to read more about the latest in the WWE? Of course, you look to Promos By Hyphen for all the information you need.

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