Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
2008-10-31 - 1:31 p.m.
Happy Halloween to all my American readers (anyone not in the US? I'd love to know!).
Right now, Bravo is showing The Omen, and AMC is showing Halloween 4.
I think I'll keep the TV off today.
Oh, and speaking of scary TV - the Halloween episode of "Off The Wall" is on the web (click the "playlist" button and select episode 6). I had talked about the taping way back in July.
This is our shortest episode. Enjoy.
It's started already - Democrats are arguing about how fast their policies should be implemented...and how to redecorate their offices. Remember, all that will be at taxpayer expense.
Can we at least have the election first, before they start planning how to spend our money?
According to this video, Bill Richardson says Barack Obama's $250k/yr tax level has dropped...by 50%...down to $120k/yr.
This one's for Brin:
An Aussie family was saved from dying in a house fire by their pet. Happened before, right?
Ah, but it's not a dog or cat. It's a rabbit.
Well, I have a band gig tonight.
If you're going trick-or-treating, be careful of the cars. Watch out for each other.
And don't forget - Sunday is the end of Daylight Savings Time. Set your clocks back.
Be seeing you.
1 comments so far
Bindyree aka Brin - 2008-11-01 02:07:21 -
You know, it's very rare that an Australian would choose a rabbit for a pet; but I gotta say I love the name. It's up there with an Ape named Ape.
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