Movie Monsters Beetlejuice Autumn Dress Competition 2012

Here it is what you’ve all been waiting for our next competition! A chance to win one of my new Horror Movie Monsters or Stripes Bat Beetlejuice Dresses!

So all you have to do is reblog this photoset. Easy! (ensure you keep all description text). For each time you reblog you will get 1 entry in the draw. So keep sharing daily if you wish and you will have more chance of winning! Please up to 5 reblogs a day only count.

You can also gain extra entries if you Like my FB page - http://www.facebook.com/EmeraldAngelDesigns- if you haven’t already and then publicly share/repost the photo/album from my FB page.

Or by blogging about it in your own blog. (Remember to send me a link)

Competition closes on 18th Novemeber, winner will be notified soon after and dress of your choice made in your size.

Where you can find out more details or buy these: http://www.emeraldangel.co.uk/rockabilly-gothic-glam-rock-dresses.html

And the truth is I feel so angry, and the truth is I feel so fucking sad, and the truth is I’ve felt so fucking hurt for so fucking long and for just as long I’ve been pretending I’m OK, just to get along, just for, I don’t know why, maybe because no one wants to hear about my misery, because they have their own. Well, fuck everybody. Amen.
—  Charlie Kaufman, Synecdoche, New York

Did ‘Saturday Night Live’ Jack My Swag?
"Mort Feingold: Accountant for The Stars" ….
“Alan Kaufman: Rock Star Accountant”…
I’m just saying it’s reeeaaallllly similar (watch them below and compare)
Lorne, if you want to hire me to be a writer, just ask! The answer is ‘Yes’

Oddly enough, mine is the least “cartoony” of the two!

Is Andy Kaufman Still Alive? Probably Not 

Yesterday, Defamer published an article titled “Is Andy Kaufman Still Alive?” Gothamist, theComic’s Comic, Dangerous Minds, and others posted similar stories. The posts were based on accounts of a very strange ten minutes during Monday night’s ninth annual Andy Kaufman Awards, during which Andy’s brother Michael claimed to not know if Andy was alive, and then may or may not have been reunited onstage with his long-lost niece (Andy’s daughter). I was a judge at the (untelevised) event, so I figured I’d share what I saw and clear some stuff up.

I met Michael in January when I interviewed him about “On Creating Reality,” an Andy Kaufman exhibition at Maccarone gallery in New York. I hadn’t spoken with him since then, but last week I got an email from Wayne Rada, the producer of the Andy Kaufman Awards, saying that Michael wanted me to be a judge at the finals. I said I’d be happy to, and when I got to the Gotham Comedy Club I was told that Michael would be making a “very special announcement” at the end of the show.

After the contestants finished their sets, I went to the basement with the other three judges, who told me that, with the exception of tonight, Michael was always down there with them. I didn’t think much of it at the time, but in hindsight it seems obvious that I was asked to take Michael’s place in the judging process so he could focus on making his special announcement at the end of the show.

We probably deliberated for all of about four minutes before coming back upstairs, as the host of the show was wrapping up. Before announcing the winners, he said, Michael would like to say a few words. Michael walked up to the stage and squinted a little in the lights. He’s a soft-spoken man with mannerisms eerily similar to his brother, and when he began to speak the entire room fell silent.