I’m a little down – the weather is heading towards miserable outside, the cat is grumbling about being kept in and people are just awful on the internet. ‘Ain’t it the way?
Never mind, it’s Halloween for you Americans…
…and “Get The Hell Off My Damned Lawn Kids, This Isn’t The USA And Screaming ‘I Think They’re Not Home!!‘ Down My Street While Dressed In Your Mother’s Best Frock Stained With Tomato Sauce And Wearing A Traffic Cone Painted Black On Your Head Still Won’t Make Me Open The Door And Give You This Chocolate I’ve Put Aside For My Hard-Working Students Who Have Exam Prep Next Week” for the rest of us.
So, let’s face it – I really shouldn’t be so keen to be pointing at people insisting that they be nicer to each other, right at this moment.
I suggest hiding down the other end of the house with a glass of something chilly, a good view of the approaching clouds and some scary-content DVDs with a loved one to squeal with. It’s how I’m dealing with the next twelve hours or so.
Such as – a baby with an Aliens power-loader:
Zombie walks are the latest craze and Halloween is just around the corner so I thought I would share some tips on how to get the very best zombie photo you possibly can.
Astronomer Ken Freeman is the winner of the $300,000 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science. In 1970 Professor Freeman worked out that a small fraction of the universe was composed of visible components such as stars, gas and dust and that the rest was invisible, dark material, which came to be known as dark matter.
A scientific experiment has found that two mediums were unable to demonstrate that they had special psychic powers.
The test by researchers at Goldsmiths, University of London, tried to establish whether mediums could use psychic abilities to identify something about five unseen volunteers.
Take care, especially if you’re dealing with the aftermath of real storms, and eat all the chocolates you want. You deserve it. Here, have a promo for a horror movie about sushi chefs fighting sea monsters: