The Weekly Legal Update

Just like last week, things are happening (good things!) but because of the nature of the things, there isn’t much that I can publicly say, other than that they are good things and we’re looking at the end of the tunnel here and it’s a bright white light and not fire an brimstone. Maybe by next Monday I’ll have an Official Legal Comment from the attorneys that are on the case. Maybe not.

What is a sure thing though is that we’ve spent an absolutely obscene amount of money thus far and only raised about 1/5 of the money needed to get this thing over the finish line. MCS has always just barely made enough to keep me drunk, so I guess it was a good thing I had to stop drinking back in February due to that heart / liver situation. I’m not even sure I would have made it through all this if I still had a resting BP of 200/150, so I guess that was fortuitous timing! If you’d like to throw a few dollars into the fund, the absolute best way is to paypal to or visit the MCS Legal Defense Fund donation page and make it a recurring donation then I’ll do my best to give you MCS+ for the duration! Stop by the discord channel if you don’t see the benefits of MCS+ within 24 hours of your donation!

The second best way is to join the MCS Patreon at any of the levels that you feel most comfortable.

The third way is to write a prayer to cthulhu and burn it so that the ashes land on his unwaking face.  As your residential minor deity, I’ll share his dreams of madness and be strengthened by them.

  • Lucy Hale

    Anita Ekberg, 1950s

    A record party for one, 1950s.

    Menacing Walk

    Lakeland Fl


    OMG! Is Decorum Dead?

  • Emily Ratajkowski

    “Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite” Review

    Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite: Directed by Jon Burton. With Clancy Brown, Troy Baker, Christopher Corey Smith, Charlie Schlatter. When the Joker and Lex Luthor form an alliance, Batman must team up with the Justice League in order to stop them.

    This came in a weird movie bundle of like 30 animated DC movies that was being sold for just $10 a few months back on Vudu and I’m just now getting around to watching anything from the bundle. I think I’ve actually seen this one in the past, as the story was familiar. Many of the location designs were lifted entirely from the LEGO Batman games, so I’m assuming this is a movie set in that universe and not the LEGO Batman movie universe, which is confusing enough to include it in the LEGO Movie. Marvel has nothing on the LEGO-Verse.

    This version of LEGO Batman does lack on the scripting side of things and is missing some of the magic that made the theatrical version so appealing.  Not a complete miss, but just not as great.

    Buy On Amazon!

    …and comes with a new dog: a sub-woofer

    Well Regulated Minutia

    Little Creep [oc] [2160×3840]


    Debbie Harry (1978)

    Keep calm and explore space [3840×2160]

    Autumn Fox [5120×2160}

  • tough times

    “But both sides are the same-“

    Weyes Blood – Twin Flame (Official Video)


    Shenzhen in 1980 vs 2013

    Manipulation [3475×6178]

    Can you make a network map for us?


    Olivia Cooke



    Aubrey Plaza.

    The Hyphenated American (1899)

    Peggy Lipton – 1960s

    Colorful Pinball [3840×2160]

    Salma Hayek


    Laetitia Casta, 1990s

    Jessica Alba

    Natalie Portman

    Montreal, Canada

    So Called Freedom Caucus Gaga Over Autocrats