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V.20 No.43 |

NEWS

The Daily Word in 7 billion people, a hunger striker, and some good zombie fun.

Happy Halloween!

By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Oct 31 2011 10:15 AM ]
The Daily Word

The world population reaches 7 billion this here Halloween. Meanwhile, lucky "7 billionth babies" are celebrated worldwide.

(Un)occupy Albuquerque protester continues hunger strike.

Herman Cain responds to sexual harassment accusations.

Who wore it better? P Diddy or Joaquin Phoenix?

Freaking giant pumpkin carved into a rising zombie scene.

Some more unique pumpkin carvings.

First-born female heirs now have equal rights to the throne of England. Also, British monarchs are now allowed to marry Roman Catholics.

KRQE warns parents against “real monsters” on Halloween.

How to plant and grow a pineapple at home using a store bought fruit... and it only takes 2 years!

Steve Jobs' sister reveals his profound final words.

It wouldn't be Halloween without a good Yeti hair analysis.

Who knew competition was so huge in the delivery pizza world? Domino's employees burn down a rival Papa John's.

Pennsylvania man arrested after stealing a sandwich from a local pub and then fleeing in a forklift.

I know this is getting sort of old, but it just makes me laugh so hard every time.

15 pets who hold Guinness World Records.

Favorite headline/horror movie film concept of the week: Parasite turns wasps into outsider zombie queens.

Sick of looking for a last-minute Halloween costume? Just paint your hand instead.

What is your biggest phobia?

Nick Brown told me he wanted you to listen to Michael Landon sing like an angel in honor of his birthday.

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V.20 No.44 | 11/3/2011
The Soft Moon
The Soft Moon

Music

The Soft Moon friday

By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Fri Oct 28 2011 2:01 PM ]

Listen to the new EP from San Francisco darkwave trio The Soft Moon via Spin here. The “Total Decay” EP comes out on Halloween.

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V.20 No.43 | 10/27/2011

Aural Fixation

Trick or Treatise

Tracks that go boo

By Samantha Anne Scott
Halloween may be the second most soundtracked holiday. Out-obsessed only by Christmas music collectors, connoisseurs of creepy and kooky music have culled compilations from all genres–especially novelty music, rockabilly, punk and classic rock.
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