Dream Blog #363
I'm standing in a cave with water flowing in and out. The tide is coming in but I'm not panicking, in fact, I'm enjoying myself. I'm playing with a mysterious animal. I think it's an eel, but I can't see anything except the torso because the animal wants to be petted. It's dark and slimy and squirming and keeps slipping out of my arms, which can barely wrap around the torso.
There is no direct light, just what little comes in from the outside. I can't see outside the cave except the brief moments between when the waves are entering the cave or receding.
I'm giggling at the creature.
I wake up.
The Daily Word: DRAWING
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Webgame Wednesday: Midnight Massacre
Halloween is here, so let's make with the monsters and stuff. Midnight Massacre finds you trapped in a theater with all sorts of werewolves, mummies, ghouls and the like. Use your handy shotgun to dispatch them. But try not to blow the heads off the innocent victims. Good. Now reload, because there's plenty more where that came from.
Something Seriously Weird this Way Comes
Bewitching III brings an October feeling to Stranger Factory
Webgame Wednesday: Candy Box
Candy Box is causing an interweb stir for its old (old) school look and unusual game play. Surf on over to the game's homepage and you'll be greeted with information on your mounting candy supply. You can click a button to eat all the candies if you want, but that appears to be your only method of interaction with the game. What gives? Have a little patience, my friend. Leave your browser open, let those candies accumulate, and the game's possibilities will open up for you. Soon you'll be harvesting lollipops, buying weapons and fighting monsters. This oddball, text-only (with occasional ASCII art) adventure/resource management game grows bigger and bigger the longer you play. Plus it really makes you want some candy.
Webgame Wednesday: The Old Tree
Webgame Wednesday's journey through Halloween Horror Month continues with the darkly atmospheric point-
The Daily Word in NM Drug Court investigations, litigiousness, "acts of daily living," a naked crimewave, and Romney-Venn Diagrams
If your computer is infected with this virus, you will be denied access to the internet beginning next week.
The NM state email investigation is getting more and more complicated.
Judge Pat Murdoch will likely face new charges having something to do with female participants in the piece of the Drug Court Program he presided over.
Drug Court in Northern New Mexico is under investigation for possible embezzlement among other things.
An Audit reveals that APD handed out a lot of unqualified bonuses from 2008 to 2011.
In case you didn't know, Quebecois need a french word for EVERYTHING.
The most litigious man in the world is suing Herman Cain and Kim Kardashian for attacking him while the two were making a sex tape in a Pizza Hut bathroom.
Best Buy competes in stupid business-
Politician in Jordan shows us how to debate on T.V. like really angry, shoe-throwing, pistol-packing men do.
Some cities are banning public "acts of daily living" i.e, "homelessness."
Former and original bass player from Cro-Mags totally flipped out on the current Cro-Mags line-up at CBGB Festival.
Mitt Romney's Venn Diagrams look like Venn Diagrams but don't work like Venn Diagrams, so... are they Venn Diagrams?
Hey, "a lot of women tend to forget this is a man's world."
Watch this Greek newscaster get egged and Mike Milled on air.
The last minutes of Air France flight 447.
Webgame Wednesday: Nitrome Must Die
Awesome online game developer Nitrome celebrates its 100th game by destroying all things Nitrome in Nitrome Must Die. Race through the Nitrome headquarters, machine gun blasting, to destroy all the monsters and grab all the coins you can. Funny enough, this is what I imagine all video game development companies look like.
The Slow Poisoner
The archetypal journey of a one-man band
Midnight Movie Madness
Alibi Midnight Movie Madness returns to Guild Cinema in Nob Hill tonight and tomorrow night for a nice holiday treat for all you monster lovers. Stephen King recently named Gareth Edwards’ Mexico-lensed sci-fi/horror film Monsters one of his top ten films of 2010. And we’ve got it! It’ll show Friday and Saturday, Nov. 26 and 27, at 10:15 p.m. only. Tickets are a mere $7, or $5 if you’re a Burning Paradise Video Club member. See you there.
Vampires are Over
Man, I love me some vampire TV shows. But ever since the diamond-skinned, Mormon-flavored Twilight books came out, vamps just aren’t doing it for me anymore. Zombies, which I also adore, are also (un)dead to me due to overuse.
Instead, warewolves are where it’s at. Hairy, animalistic, brutal, subject to a monthly cycle. Love ‘em.
Use this guide to make your own warewolf head.
And if you must dress as a sexy whatever for Halloween, please try to avoid typical Slutoween costumes (things with whiskers, things with wings). Instead, try for something like sexy Antarctica.