Mike Adams is a literary slop zombie; a mutt breed of surrealism and violence; a man who likes his metal heavy and his rock southern. In May of 2007, he boldly published a book of maniacal short stories entitled ‘Toilet Bowl Soup: Redneck Tales from the Armpit of America’ - selling more than 10,000 copies worldwide. However, in 2010, he released ‘Toilet Bowl Soup: The Holy Sh*t’, which sold about 100 copies - if you count close friends, relatives and other people who felt sorry for him. Mike Adams also co-stars in the films ‘Watch Out’, ‘Phone Sex’, ‘Wamego: Ultimatum’, and ‘Trust Me’. He has also contributed music to the movie “It Came from Trafalgar” starring Hank Williams III and Gunnar Hansen from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Mike Adams currently resides in Southern Indiana where he writes for a number of Townsquare Media websites, HIGH TIMES, Playboy's The Smoking Jacket, and Hustler magazine.
Seattle Girl Receives New Kidney for Halloween
Many kids across the United States spent their Halloween dressed up in scary costumes while running around collecting as much candy as possible from their neighbors. Two-year-old Evelyn Sherman, however, spent her Halloween receiving the greatest treat of all: a new kidney and a new life.
What Are the Best Small Companies in America?
As the economy does its best to get back on its feet, there are still some companies all across the United States ranging from aerospace to steel that have been kicking some major tail and taking names. Those companies made Forbes’ annual "America’s Best Smal…
Catholic Bishops Call Halloween Harmful and ‘Diabolical'; Kids Disagree
Halloween is harmful to civil society because it encourages “diabolical” behavior, according to a group of Catholic bishops in Poland. Millions of kids who are once again flush with chocolate as of last night strongly disagree, we suspect.
Fraudulent Credit Card Charges Really Do Happen All the Time — Dollars and Sense
Recent reports indicate that the majority of the time when your credit card company calls you to inquire about potentially fraudulent activity on your account, it is not an attempt to sell you additional products and services. Rather, it is a real security warning. and going forward you might want t…
‘Viagra for Women’ Getting Closer, Currently in Trials
Mad scientists have been hard at work trying to develop a sex-drive-enhancement drug for women ever since those wily old coots emerged nearly 15 years ago with a little blue pill called Viagra. Interestingly enough, it appears as if science is no match for men dedicated to breeding a society full of…
What Are the Most Reliable Cars on the Road Today?
The latest automotive reliability survey from Consumer Reports came out this week, and Toyota leads the way. Ford, which had been rising in the ranks recently, fell back this year: it now ranks second-to-last among all auto manufacturers.
All You Need to Know to Help Out Hurricane Sandy Victims
Two days after Hurricane Sandy ripped through the East Coast, many residents remain without basic supplies like food, clean water and shelter. Fortunately for the victims of this storm, there are many organizations out there determined to provide assistance to those affected by the hurricane.
The Time Is Now for Getting Great Deals on Popular Cars — Dollars and Sense
It is that time of year again, the time of year when auto dealers are desperately trying to rid themselves of the previous year’s models still taking up space on their lots so that they can make room for the new and improved editions on their way in from the manufacturers.
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As Hurricane Sandy Moves In, Emergency Supplies Run Out
In the Northeast, people are swarming to beg, borrow, steal and even purchase last-minute emergency supplies to prepare for the worst of Hurricane Sandy. However, many stores are running out of those items, leaving people to return home empty-handed.
Race, Economic Status Affect Whether You’ll Receive Emergency CPR
White Americans with a few bucks in their pockets have a better chance of getting their lives saved by CPR than minorities on the wrong side of the poverty line, according to new research.