Wednesday, October 3, 2012

The Genius of Lisa Iversen


9 comments:

De Villo Sloan said...

Lisa Liversen's satirical take on the Tinkler Case is very amusing.

However I don't think we should overlook the serious aspect. Is this another DKult cover up KDJ style?

Tinkler's van was found close to the Elgin Mansion. Is it a coincidence he staged his shocking performance during DK's international Trashpo exhibition in Elgin?

Too many coincidences. I would like to know the truth about the Tinkler Case.

- DKULTNY

Diane Keys said...

The Tinkler Dead Cat Performance Art Extravaganza has expanded to include dead muskrat, baby opossum, dogs, and ferrets. Apparently he was attempting to practice necromancy and bring them back to life. He may or may NOT have picked up a pamphlet on the subject at a Dkult informational meeting. it looks like Tinky Winky will be doing hard time community service. We are hoping he will teach a class on ancient burial practices and marketing for the Trashacademy this Fall. He is a vietnam vet with PTSD and apparently the victim of failed pet therapy. The addition of the extra animals has caused the ticket prices to go up.

Skybridge Studios said...


It seems Tinkler snapped when the animals wouldn't willingly don the Edwardian formal attire he'd hand created. Things took a grim and deadly turn.
He was inspired by Walter Potter and is attempting to expand and further his work. He's of the furvent belief that he has much to offer DKULT.
http://www.acaseofcuriosities.com/pages/01_2_00potter.html

De Villo Sloan said...

DK & Skybridge, friends in Trashpo. You are not connecting the dots on the Tinkler Case.

Someone reporting strange phone calls from Mexico? Medwolf's attempt to find out the truth about David Zack's disappearance has stirred up a hornet's nest, and it has found its way to DKult.

Zack ran an Immortality Clinic in Mexico before he disappeared. Mr. Stubbs has been confined in a clinic in Mexico. Get it? Stubbs checked into Zack's clinic. Who knew?

Tinkler was practicing necromancy, like you might do in an Immortality Clinic?

He was sent by Neo. He might even be one of the 14 Secret Masters.

- DKULTNY

De Villo Sloan said...

PS - I bet they didn't find any costumed minks in Tinkler's van. I rest my case.

Diane Keys said...

I have received a kind offer of a dead squirrel. I am wondering if I take its' measurements if you can make it some outfits Lisa? Tinkler is wanting to add a piano playing squirrel to the act. He needs to be dressed like Liberace.
No minx? Too high class for Tinkler. He's all about keepin it real
Mexica--yes, Lisa how about a mariachi outfit complete with sombrero too?

De Villo Sloan said...

Change the topic if you must.

Costumed roaDKill does seem like an original idea.

Skybridge Studios said...

...No! Let's hear some more from DVS about the Mexican clinic. The topic keeps returning to that smoking gun.
And Tinkler?
Seriously, I suspect that if he were at the Mexican clinic it was gather information to reorganize his own compounding laboratory into a traveling kit(tens).

Diane Keys said...

I found a little sombrero and poncho for Squirrly's next photo shoot
Tinkler was a no show for his court date. He lost his remaining four live cats as a result. He has another court date to face the animal cruelty charges. I'm wondering if he is planning an escape to Mexico via underground tunnels