Ink for Flemming

Brian Flemming is back in the news—at least in the L.A. Times—with a "Beliefs" page feature on his new hour-long documentary questioning the existence of Jesus Christ. The God Who Wasn't There goes on sale on DVD Tuesday. He's identified in the piece as a converted fundamentalist and co-writer of "Bat Boy: The Musical", but he could have been given other professional and artistic identities: co-creator of Slumdance, director of the future religious film The Beast, generator of the Bush-got-a-nose-job meme, Schwarzenegger nemesis, candidate for governor and blogger. He was also one of the original posters at LA.com. Here's his about Brian Flemming page and his long, perhaps autobiographical IMDB profile.

More ink: Rip Rense has a story in Sunday's Washington Post about the possibility that another Beatles song will be released.


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