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.
Famous Musician Mug Shots
In the wonderful world of music, there is no shortage of musicians who disguise themselves as lunatics, drug fiends, and gun totting thugs, to keep all of us regular folks copiously entertained.
Can You Actually Be Scared … to Death?
The next time you think it would be funny to scare the living daylights out of someone, you might want to consider this: medical experts say that an intense fright can severely stun the heart, enough even to kill a perfectly healthy human being.
2014 Corvette Stingray Will Cost About $52K for Base Model
Prepare to take out a second mortgage on your home or perhaps even sell off your first born, because General Motors announced earlier last week that the 2014 Corvette Stingray will cost around $52,000 – and that’s just for the base model.
Pamela Anderson Unleashes Her New Look
While the videos of a nude Pamela Anderson at sea with legendary Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee are forever burned inside our perverted memories, her latest fashion statement indicates that her days on that particular kind of sea voyage might be behind her.
5 Weird Concept Cars That Were Vetoed by Some Buzzkill in a Suit
Every year, new groundbreaking automotive designs are introduced to this progressive planet, which serve to challenge both the traditional definitions of driving and masculinity alike. While automakers and their mad science committees work relentlessly to become the first to bare the most radical and important amendments to the automotive industry, many of these concepts never see the light of day
Scientists Say Life Is Possible on Jupiter’s Europa Moon
Scientists believe that the key to discovering extraterrestrial life could lie deep in the festering, underground oceans of Jupiter’s ice-covered moon Europa. New research suggests that if the salt water ocean beneath the surface of the frigid moon ever makes it's way to the surface, creating an intergalactic petri dish capable of producing a life-promoting environment.
Football Field-Sized Asteroid to Pass Earth This Weekend
A giant asteroid the size of a football field is scheduled to pass through Earth’s atmosphere over the weekend. Scientists say that the 330-foot-wide fiery rock will miss striking the Earth’s surface by nearly 600,000 miles - about three times the distance between our planet and the moon.
Millionaire Plans First Manned Mission to Mars for 2018
An entrepreneur with more money than God has decided that he wants to be one of the first men to complete a mission to mars. And while this space crusader with deep pockets may have the cash flow to pull of such an ambitious undertaking, some believe that he may have spread himself too thin by announcing plans to get his journey underway by 2018.
Crater From World’s Third Largest Asteroid Found In Australia
After witnessing some of the damage that a dinner table-sized meteor did last week after crashing into central Russia, imagine the magnitude of destruction that would have occurred if that flaming rock was the length of 18 football fields. Now stop imagining, because scientists say it happened.
Scientists Discover Green Jelly After Meteor Hits Russia
Just days after a fiery meteor came crashing down on central Russia, scientists say they have now discovered a mysterious green jelly that may be some sort of space residue or “astral jelly,” a substance commonly associated with meteor showers.
New App Allows You to Tweet From Beyond the Grave
A controversial new app set to be released in March aims to keep the Twitter statuses of the dead and buried alive, by continuously updating them long after the worms eat into their brains.
Dinosaur Footprints Excavated From NASA’s Backyard
The coolest thing we've ever found behind the house was a cigar box with our dad's stash in it, so this NASA find is pretty exciting.