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My favorite Halloween Movie Party is actually every single Halloween episode of The Office. It has of late become a tradition for me to watch each episode starting in season two because they all take place in an office conference room and that just amuses me to no end.
“The werrld neeerrdss terrr knneewwrrr… about Calvern & Horrbbess.” -BC as Julian Assange
Nap on a couch while watching Chernobyl Diaries. I don’t know. Could be good.
Bringing Up Crybaby
AWESOME!!! Have fun. I hope they have all the guest stars they had when saturnian and I saw them!
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): “The door to the invisible must be visible,” wrote the surrealist spiritual author Rene Daumal. This describes an opportunity that is on the verge of becoming available to you. The opportunity is still invisible simply because it has no precedents in your life; you can’t imagine what it is. But just recently a door to that unknown realm has become visible to you. I suggest you open it, even though you have almost no idea what’s on the other side.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): In Tim Burton’s film Alice in Wonderland, Alice asks the White Rabbit, “How long is forever?” [Ed. Note: Hahah] The talking rabbit replies, “Sometimes, just one second.” That’s an important piece of information for you to keep in mind, Scorpio. It implies that “forever” may not necessarily, in all cases, last until the universe dies out five billion years from now. “Forever” might actually turn out to be one second or 90 minutes or a month or a year or who knows? So how does this apply to your life right now? Well, a situation you assumed was permanent could ultimately change–perhaps much faster than you have imagined. An apparently everlasting decree or perpetual feeling could unexpectedly shift, as if by magic.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.19): “I get bored with the idea of becoming a better listener,” writes business blogger Penelope Trunk. “Why would I do that when interrupting people is so much faster?” If your main goal is to impose your will on people and get things over with as soon as possible, Capricorn, by all means follow Trunk’s advice this week. But if you have other goals–like building consensus, finding out important information you don’t know yet, and winning help from people who feel affection for you–I suggest that you find out how to have maximum fun by being an excellent listener.
My Gene Belcher costume just came in the mail (pictures coming soon) so I’m excited to hit the local haunts and lay down some knowledge. Which is not really knowledge, more just opinionated trash.
“THIS IS ME NOW!”
“BRR. I SHOULD’VE WORN MY CARDIGAN!”
“I’m more of an indoor boy!”
I’ll post them when I get home.
I invited over the Boston VG gang to my place for Salmon BLT sliders, beer and Hausu. And while I was hoping to be scared out of my mind, the most frightening thing of the entire evening was listening to artdork read us all our horoscopes from this freaky Tulsa newspaper:
Hausu was NOT scary, but a lot of fun. I was rooting for Kung Fu the whole time but alas, the chandelier sucked her up and swung her around. Luckily her severed legs were able to defeat the Blanche poster controlling all the mayhem. RIP Kung Fu.
I have to say, I don’t get why this is a Criterion movie. Some of the movies in their catalog are head-scratchers, sure, but this one seemed like schlock-stick taken up a notch.
To stray a bit from this bizarro video. I used that pumpkin carving video from VG yesterday last night to carve these two bad boys!
The humanoid from Prometheus is finally getting some more work.
DEAR LORD IN HEAVEN WHAT IS GOING ON?! Is this violent-seeming but friendly lion-tag?
Why hasn’t Flanny chimed in? She saw this live!
“A.B.C.: Always Boo (at) Children!”
“Coffins are for Closers!”
“Spooking is for Closers!”
Or sucked up by a chandelier.
Hoorah! Kelly’s back!
My office is having a pumpkin carving competition and our submissions are due next Friday. As I work in a science department, my idea is to simply carve the symbol denoting Pi into the pumpkin. Get it? Do you get it, you guys? It’s pretty great and requires little carving skills. #perfect
I see what you did there.