The legendary comedian’s novelty record featuring his signature catchphrase goes off in strange and unusual directions.
In Defence – Sort Of – Of Gene Simmons
Gene Simmons might be an egotistical, greedy, sex-crazed narcissist – but at least he’s honest about it.
The Death Of Popular Music And Youth Culture
When everything becomes the same, it all ceases to have any importance. Looking into youth culture’s sad slide into insignificance.
The Mass Panic That Came To Tea
How the throwaway comments of a single campaigner led to hysterical press reports around the world.
Peepodoo And The Super Fuck Friends
The weirdest and most outrageously scatological tolerance-promoting cartoon series for adults that you are ever likely to see.
Austin Powers – A Man Of His Time
Looking back at the Austin Powers films, a series now almost as out of touch with modern sensibilities as the character himself. But does that matter?
Is There Anything More Pointless Than A Right-On Monopoly?
The news that Monopoly is now consulting on social justice revamps of its Community Chest cards has been greeted by many with raised eyebrows, and no wonder.
Reframing Hollywood: The Moral Superiority Of Finding Everything Problematic
The ignoble desire to find every old movie offensive and dangerous is the classic sign of the censorial belief that you know better than everyone else.
Never Explain, Never Apologise
Apologising for expressing your honestly-held opinions is a very bad idea, no matter how unpopular they might be.
The BBC’s Banned Songs Of The Gulf War
The tunes considered too dangerous and subversive to be played on national radio during Desert Storm.
Ugly People And Their Beautiful Creations: The Art Is Not The Artist
Bad people make great art, and it is important that we learn to separate the two.
Scotland’s New Hate Speech Bill Is Dangerous And Devious
Scotland’s proposed new law goes far beyond hate speech and sets out to silence all debate, discussion and criticism of protected groups.