Tag: halloween

Creepy Comments From Children Are you getting ready for Halloween? Here’s some creepy comments from children to get you in a spooky state of mind. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Shadow People, Hat Man, Sleep Paralysis, Old Hag, Negative Energy Vampires, Djinn. If you’re into woo-woo this is for you. Interesting visuals. The eminent theoretical physicist Stephan Hawking supports the idea of beings from other dimensions entering ours. Happy Halloween! TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Since my childhood, pumpkin carving has evolved from the triangle-eyes-nose-curved-mouth-with-one-tooth style to more sophisticated sculptures. Now Ray Villafane has brought pumpkin carving to even higher levels. Villafane Studios creates works in sand and designs toys, too. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Two-bit Guru | Imaginary Ghosts | Person in a sheet dressed up as a ghost.

Maybe the Halloween season brought this thought to me: I carried around imaginary ghosts in my head for a long time. You might have some in your head, too. My ghosts remind me that the way I’m doing something isn’t the way my cousin Hans would have done it. If I was able to share […]

A couple of cucurbitae lying around. Image courtesy of Wikipedia.

Often enough we’ve all thought, What If … and imagine that had we made a slightly different choice at some time or other in our lives, a significant turning point never would have existed. Or, the choice that we did make created that significant event. Any moment may lead to great happiness or great sadness, […]

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The Eighth Startup Accelerator unconference took place in Madison, WI, at the University of Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery this past Saturday. The Startup Accelerator offers free events, with lunch included, for entrepreneurs and entrepreneur-hopefuls to exchange ideas with each other and with folks who have expertise in a variety of areas. In a typical unconference, […]

The treats in the box never had it so good.

I save the trick or treaters some steps by putting a box of treats out by the side of the road. This year it rained so I gave the candy an umbrella. Lots of rain, lots of dry candy, few kids. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious