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Monthly Archives: October 2021
A wolf was loose in South Philly on Halloween! We decided to go scary rather than whimsical this year with our son’s Halloween costume, and it seemed to work on old ladies and small children.
As a treat for Halloween, here is a presentation of Orson Welles’ notorious radio drama originally broadcast on October 30, 1938. Click on the arrow below to play the program. Happy Halloween!
See, Jim, same tree, not all red! This is for Jim Curtis, friend to the site and one hell of a writer. You can find his books, novellas, novelettes and short stories HERE or find his daily musings at his … Continue reading
Plywood thinks I made this quilt for him – he takes his siestas on it.
Last week was our 25th wedding anniversary, and I wanted to make something special for Joe. I thought a quilt he could snuggle under watching movies, would be ideal to get him through what’s supposed to be a cold winter. … Continue reading
This is what Red Sonja looked like back before the internet when comics were sold at newsstands and convenience stores, and the only way to see how comics were made was through obscure, mail-order magazines.