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” staring Hank Williams III and Gunnar Hansen from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Mike Adams currently resides in Southern Indiana where writes for a number of Townsquare Media websites, HIGH TIMES, Playboy's The Smoking Jacket, and Hustler magazine.
Indiana Mall Bans Hoodies — Could Eastland Mall Be Next?
A controversial sign posted by an Indiana mall cautioning patrons to drop their hoodie before entering has some customers screaming discrimination. The Mounds Mall in Anderson, Indiana recently displayed signs at all of their entrances stating, “For the safety and well-being of everyone, please lower your hoodie...
Flu-Like Hog Virus Is Threatening Indiana Farmers
Less than a year ago, United States agriculture officials discovered an ugly hog virus that threatening the country’s pig population. Now, that virus is reportedly spreading rampantly across Indiana, which could kill a large percentage of newborn pigs.
Indiana Lawmaker Says the Humane Society Is Trying to Outlaw Hunting and Fishing
Indiana lawmakers fighting to protect the right to “hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife” recently failed at passing an amendment to the Indiana Constitution.
Forbes Magazine Says Indiana Billionaires Getting Richer
There are four billionaires living in Indiana, and they are all getting substantially wealthier, according to recent statistics from Forbes magazine.
Indiana Cold Beer Sales Opponents Fight It Out in Federal Court
The debate surrounding the rights of Indiana convenience stores and their ability to sell cold beer is foaming over this week in Indianapolis.
Indiana Receives $1 Million Grant to Assist In College Completion
Indiana has received a $1 million grant to support students in completing college. Governor Mike Pence announced earlier this week that the Lumina Foundation and Complete College America had given the state the generous three-year grant to lend technical assistance for a program called “Guided Pathways to Success.” This program was established to help students manage their education without requir
Evansville Men Busted in Wyoming Trafficking Marijuana Bound for Indiana
Southern Indiana stoners may be about to experience a bit of a pot drought. According to reports, two Evansville men were busted earlier this week in Wyoming after authorities discovered felonious amounts of marijuana in their vehicle, which was bound for right here in the River City.
Indiana Senate Votes to Legalize Industrial Hemp
Indiana is one step closer to legalizing industrial hemp. Earlier this week, the state Senate voted unanimously to pass legislation making it legal in the Hoosier state to farm hemp for profit.
Indiana Health Officials Say the H1N1 Flu Virus Is Back
Indiana health officials are warning residents that the H1N1 flu is becoming a problem here in the Hoosier state.
EVSC Is the Highest Gaining School District In Indiana — But There’s Room for Improvement
The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation received its report card today, and the consensus is the district will have to try harder – getting a “C” from the Indiana Department of Education for overall performance.
Could This NASA Image Be the Hand of God?
Science is often used as an excuse not to believe in a higher power, but some say a recent X-ray photo generated by a NASA could be the “Hand of God.”
Kentucky Inmate Breaks Out of Prison, Returns Because It’s Too Cold
Winter is probably not the best time to think about breaking out of prison, especially during some of the coldest temperatures the Midwest has felt in decades. Just ask 42-year-old Robert Vick, who after escaping from a Kentucky prison earlier this week, turned himself back in because he got too cold.