Quasar Funk
quasarfunk
11/1/19
8:06 AM
1

And in the end
The love you take
Is equal to
The love you make

10/31/19
3:40 PM
45

I started typing a really long, really sappy message to you, Drew, but I just deleted it. Instead I’ll just say that your work here has meant a lot to me for almost a decade, and I’ll be reading your work wherever else that might be.

10/31/19
3:29 PM
23

See!  He TOLD you guys that he was smart enough to do the squid pro quote!

10/31/19
3:28 PM
6

Leave. It doesn’t help these writers to give their owners clicks. Or read them, and then leave.  But if some alternative form of Deadspin continues under this ownership it would be abhorrent to continue reading after today. Read more

10/31/19
3:07 PM
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I see somebody is being a giant douche for Halloween this year.

10/31/19
10:58 AM
11

Just try to imagine Donald Trump being happy to play with a dog. Or smiling at a baby. Or watching a Patton Oswalt special. Or looking up at the stars. Or smiling at work in full drag today because it’s Halloween and you’re not made to feel shame. Read more

10/30/19
1:58 PM
5

Thanks. I’ve been lurking around here from the start, and commenting here and there, just haven’t had a chance to post too much. Still waiting to see what happens with Deadspin before deciding to fuck off of GMG for good. But given that there are no advertisements on user sites, I won’t feel guilty at all about Read more

10/30/19
1:48 PM
2

The irony is that if the Reagan library burns down, I will produce enough ejaculate to douse a fire the size of the Reagan library.

10/29/19
4:44 PM
1

That’s kind of you, thanks! My fingers are crossed that something will rise from the ashes of Gawker/Splinter/Deadspin, but I’m cynical as always. Read more

10/29/19
2:50 PM
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That’s the thing. The series devolved into total camp, but I was far too young to appreciate that, and was still just straight up terrified of being murdered by a dead razor-fingered guy in a Bill Cosby sweater.

10/29/19
2:33 PM
1

Yeah, come to think of it, the dream probably evolved over time after I’d seen that one.  Despite the first one terrifying me, I saw every sequel as soon as it became available on VHS.

10/29/19
2:27 PM
1

I would absolutely pay to support a corporate capitalism-free version of the former GMG family of sites with an active commenting community. Read more

10/29/19
12:43 PM
15

I was 6 years old when my grandmother of all people decided I should watch A Nightmare on Elm Street with her. I had a recurring nightmare about Freddy Krueger crashing my birthday party(?) for years after that.