I have sad news to report.
The police found our friend, Cindy Sin Fallon, dead in her apartment this weekend after one of her friends requested a welfare check from the police.
We never met Cindy in person, but she was an integral part of the show. She had an infectious laugh and a beautiful, bawdy sense of humor. She also knew what she believed, and stood up for it every day. Cindy had a heart for the oppressed and couldn’t stand lies or brainwashing. She wanted people to be free.
But there were difficulties she couldn’t overcome, and she posted about them frequently. If you don’t understand why she did this, you weren’t paying attention.
We’re gonna miss that crazy broad. I know you will, too.
LATEST PODCAST EPISODE:
Cootie and X continue their voyage through the land of Condemned Films, stopping this time in 1976 to go to prom. That’s right, it’s Brian De Palmas’s Stephen King’s Carrie, in all of its full-frontal, blood-soaked glory. I mean, you’ve seen “Carrie,” right?
Oh, dude. You’ve got to see “Carrie.” Then again, X and Cootie spoil the shit out of it on this episode, so you should probably get your priorities straight.
Singing! Bleeding! Singing! It’s true. This may be the most musical episode of KTG. It may also be the longest. And also maybe the funniest. That’s arguable. Subjective. You should find out for yourself.
There’s also questions, answers, quanswers, and Sin’s got Satan in the News for your ass. But don’t listen to it with your ass. Listen with your face ears! And how do you do that? Simple.
PLUG IT UP! PLUG IT UP!
I guess that should be, “plug THEM up.”
Ears is plurals.