There’s a lot going on in that clip that’s not immediately apparent. See if you can spot Mr. Bumble and his five fails. (Hint: It’s not Boston Red Sox rightfielder Shane Victorino.)
So let’s look at it again, in slo-mo, below the break. (more…)
The perp’s the one in the back, and he knows it.
Took me about 30 minutes. Looks nice and menacing, ya?
Trouble is, there’s this thing called “scale” that kinda ruined it all.
I’ve done better, but given that we only had about five groups of sugarboogers, the amount of time and effort was not squandered.
It also looks like our neighbors’ kikmi dog (that barks all night, until I nail it with a bucket of ice water and the yappy dog’s owner gets pissed at me). The dog’s owner looks just like her dog, too.
The history of Samhain (aka All Hallow’s Eve, aka Halloween) is interesting, and despite what some claim (that it’s “The Devil’s Holiday”) it’s actually the opposite. Check this out.
Nice try, Bobby, but that sucked donkeys. Ted Cassidy did it right.
So how do we wrap up this Halloween vid post? How ’bout some Tom Waits?
Yeah, when the kids were tads, we’d do up the front stoop right, with spiderwebs, pumpkins that made little kids cry and dogs bark, and blast Tom Waits and Mickey Hart’s Planet Drum cassettes on a boom box that could be heard for blocks. Fun times.
Have a safe Samhain, All Hallow’s Eve, and Halloween, folks. Be back tomorrow for El Día de los Muertes.