This is what your $6M bought, folks

In No Duh Wikipedia by Brady Carlson0 Comments

Ed Wood in "Glen or Glenda"

It would’ve been more fun for Jimmy to write something like “Dear suckers, you just shelled out six million bucks for a handful of us to write 24 recaps and long treatises on Emperor Palpatine’s political beliefs.”

Jimmy, God bless him, is a true believer, but that doesn’t mean we’re not stuck with entries like Ed Wood, which stretches notability (not to mention basic coherence) to its limits:

Reverend Steve Galindo of Sacramento, California, created a legally recognized religion in 1996 with Wood as its official savior. The Church of Ed Wood[7] now boasts over 3,500 legally baptized followers. Woodites, as Steve’s followers are called, celebrate Woodmas on October 10, which is Ed’s birthday. It is the Ed Wood Christmas.

To recap: The Ed Wood Christmas is called “Woodmas.”

And to think, there used to be a time when six million dollars could be used to take a man barely alive and use the technology – which we have – to rebuild him.



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