Monday, October 31, 2011

Halloweenie roast

Not in the spirit of much of anything nowadays,
but monkey dance at the keyboard:

I'll be watching this for at least one more October 31.


Here's some blood.

Here's some metal.

Guess Slayer would've been more appropriate --

oh, all right, you demanding dogs

-- but some Good News nonetheless:
Cleveland owns 12 cemeteries, 11 of them more than a century old. The cemeteries are home to about 400,000 departed.
Why is that good? Because
Census 2010 numbers released Wednesday show Cleveland's population has fallen to a 100-year low of 396,815.
Dawn of the dead, baby. Have a nice day.


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

You've got the breath,

But they've got the numbers.

Laura said...

A 5 minute intro to a song? I kept it on and was doing something else. All of a sudden this demonic voice begins to come from my computer......

Happy Halloweird!


Randal Graves said...

if, oh, I've got a number. Of shotgun shells.

laura, this ain't Star Search, yo, though they do sing about winter a whole bunch so, being Canadian, you should dig them.

thatgirl said...

so this whole gentle hippie thing was an act?


Randal Graves said...


anne said...

randal , have found something of my blo'd line in that snowing.. .

okjimm said...

more dead than alive.... kinda like the Browns, huh.

Jim H. said...

Did you see the article about Hart Island off NYC wh/ has 850,000 buried there "most of whom are either unclaimed, unidentified or whose families couldn't afford a funeral"

Talk about your urban Zombie army base camp.

S.W. Anderson said...

You make a good point, Randal. It's a known fact the deceased are among the least prone to moving away to seek a better . . .oh, never mind.

susan said...

Is this the part when the chicken heart starts to grow?

Beach Bum said...

Dawn of the Dead?

Remember its takes head shots to bring down a zombie!!!!

Demeur said...

So, it's "Will the last person leaving Clevelanistan please turn off the lights and slam the coffin lid?"