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.

  • “The Creator” Review

    The Creator: Directed by Gareth Edwards. With John David Washington, Madeleine Yuna Voyles, Gemma Chan, Allison Janney. Against the backdrop of a war between humans and robots with artificial intelligence, a former soldier finds the secret weapon, a robot in the form of a young child.

    There’s a lot to like about this film, it has a gorgeous visual pallet, an interesting back story, an amazing world built for the characters, and a premise that really made me want to see it opening day, but sadly I don’t think it delivered on the high expectations. My main complaint is where the plot actually went and the fear to actually address artificial intelligence as something to be both feared and appreciated, but it instead gets wrapped up in an attempt at a multi-layered allusion to racism, colonialism, imperialism, parenthood, and technology. It’s fine to cover a few of those things, but it’s still a bit much for just a two hour film to try to cram in. I think it would have worked better as a 10 part mini series on one of the premium streaming channels to cover each of these items in an hour long episode.

    I still suggest seeing this in theaters due to the visual spectacle that really does impress, just know that the plot suggested in the trailers isn’t fully realized in the final product.

    Buy On Amazon!


    Yvonne Strahovski

    Ann Margret – 1966

    Halloweenish [3840×2160]


  • Los Angeles, California USA [OS][OC][4032×3024]

    Emma Watson

    It’s a great stick

    Bark! [OC]

    Rachel Weisz

    MAGA’s Illogical Love Affair With a Con Man

    Jamie Chung

    Guess what organization isn’t getting dissolved?

  • Who’s your favorite: R2-D2 or BB-8 or Chopper?

    What does this even mean

    Wish | Official Trailer

    My daughter getting ready for Halloween in Florida.

    Truck good, man thinking rational bad.

    Taylor Swift

    Never trust the evil empire

    What does this even mean?


    Who Did That One?

    Castro playing baseball in the 1960s

    Saturn [3475×6180]


    Because it is cold.

    Cheech and Chong, 1972

    Cosmic Disco [1750×3500]

    Michele Carey, 1970s

    Annasophia Robb

    A Sunny Street comic from 10 years ago.

    Funny Boomer Humor is the best

    Victoria Justice

    From a photoshoot for GQ