Monday, November 09, 2009
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Wednesday, September 02, 2009
Sportsmen, while hunting for Rogue Biomechanicals in the abandoned Lost and Found Mine located on the grounds of Flim Flam Laboratory, found the long missing lead guitarist of the Screamin' Babyheads band. With combined efforts by both the Lab and Flimflam Productions, we hope to get him playing again.
The ED WOOD MEMORIAL PERFORMANCE CHAMBER is now open and ready for operation. Historical renovation to the Dioxohol plant has been completed and all toxic material safely disposed of thus allowing the Chamber to be safely used for you music and film needs. Flimflam Productions is now operating the facility.
Monday, August 10, 2009
Flimflam Productions has taken the abandoned Flim Flam Laboratory's Dioxihol* plant and is remodeling it into a state of the art Performance Chamber.
(*Dioxihol is the refreshing alcoholic beverage made from toxic industrial and laboratory waste.)
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Announcing the new RADIO FLASH 1.0 PISTOL just released from the Lab. It is a hand held NNEMP (non-nuclear electro-magnetic pulse) device. Each hunter participating in the Annual RBH&R will be provided one to use on the hunt. There are two power settings provide on this model - "stun" and "wipeout". The hunt date is pending.
Soon to be announced is Flim Flam Laboratory's annual ROGUE BIOMECHANICAL TROPHY HUNT AND ROUND UP. Sportsmen will be provided with the newly developed RADIO FLASH 1.0 Pistol. No longer will the "Bioms" be blasted to pieces but will be well preserved and ready to be mounted on attractive plaques provided by the Lab. Pictured here are some of the Rogues recently captured that will be released two hours before the hunt. Check back for the Hunt date.
Monday, June 29, 2009
After days of tedious work implanting our nano-faux human life forms in carefully grown jalapenos, one of our new techies placed the specimens on a gas grill instead of in the incubator. It all occurred during a lunch break. Jalapenos are now banned from the lunch room and snack bar. Professor Conrad, although devastated, said it could have been worse. They could have been placed in the microwave oven. (Photo via Lori Reed from a Pottery Barn flyer)