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New art by Andy Whorehall

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By Andy Whorehall in New Art on Monday 20 August 2012

I’ve spent the majority of the last twenty years working for shady ad firms and companies, providing brains and ideas behind what others can gain from in monetary, gross, profitable ways. Hence, the core of Andy Whorehall, a nom de plume that has come to mean more than it should for just about any creative […]

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Zombo: it says nothing, but it means everything

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By Andy Whorehall in Cool Websites on Monday 13 August 2012

Zombo is like the Andy Kaufman of websites: so far ahead of its time, yet so far removed from any time you can remember. Zombo made its first appearance on the world wide web of useless information in 1999. It’s a Flash site whose appearance hasn’t changed to this day. It even has its own wiki page, […]

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Jimmy Stewart reads a poem about his dog

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By Andy Whorehall in Video on Saturday 11 August 2012

It’s hard to explain to someone who’s never had a pet about the importance of a dog’s life and how they teach many of us how to express emotions in our own lives. To think we live in a world where humans raise dogs to fight and kill is pretty tragic. But fighting and killing […]

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Andy Kaufman and Randall Poffo wrestling

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By Andy Whorehall in Video on Saturday 11 August 2012

The little TV I watched as a child typically occurred in other peoples’ homes on Friday nights, Saturday afternoons, and Sunday mornings. My grandfather loved putting on the wrestling matches in the late 70s to early 80s to nap to on Saturday afternoons after a morning of yard work. He loved catching Randall Poffo, aka Randy Macho Man Savage, wrestle in his younger years, often stating: ‘Oh, his old man was a good wrestler right there’. Later on, in the 80s, he’d let me stay up with him and watch the Saturday Night Main Event during the hey day of the WWF, waiting for Randy Poffo.

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