November 5th, 2006


Also, "X-Files" may not reflect actual FBI investigation techniques

Him: "This was covered in the first season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer; Actual witches, vampires, demons, etc. tend to distance themselves from the tasteless, commercial mess that mortals have made of Halloween."

Me: "Most of my Wiccan friends delight in the spectacle of Halloween, while still observing Samhain as a religious holiday, in much the same way that many Christians enjoy the festivities of Christmas without forgetting the spiritual reason for the holiday."

Him: "That was covered on Buffy as well. Willow refers to Wiccans as "wanna-blessed-be's". In the Buffyverse, real witches create time rifts, do battle with gods, flay their enemies alive, try to destroy the world, etc. And that's just one of the "good" witches, mind you. You don't want to meet one of the nastier ones."

Me: "Yes, of course. I keep forgetting how Buffy is a documentary"
-autographedcat knows the difference between fact and fiction.

Context can't think of a funny tag line to end this with.


deadspook in reference to a locked entry involving my purchase of a book called A Treasury of Great American Scandals: Tantalizing True Tales of Historic Misbehavior by the Founding Fathers and Others Who Let Freedom Swing:

I've heard George Washington and a bunch of the founding fathers grew large amounts of cannibus. It was the brains, yes, but also the pot-induced bursts of creativity.

"Ya, Ben?"
"We need to make, like, glasses but like...DOUBLE glasses."
"Double-fucking BI-focals. Two glasses in one, but like...One glasses."
"Jesus, you always get this way when we smoke..'electricity', special ovens that heat from the center, re-writing the bible, Federalism, and freeing the slaves(???). And, "double glasses"; what does that even mean, dude?"
"... let's go get some buttered English muffins. With jam. Strawberry jam."