Friday, February 18, 2011

Lonely on a Friday Night--Join Us Here!


Hey, I'm in all evening, hanging out. Come and go as you wish. Make chit chat. Stay awhile. I want to hear from you if you're lonely tonight too. Oh, and do have your Travel Channel on to see the GA Salem episode--see my earlier post today for the drinking game instructions. This episode should be worth a buzz or two. You may begin commenting now.

42 comments:

  1. Hey, I'm here all evening, just hanging out. Comment back and forth whenever you want. I'll know you're here.

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  2. Droppin by and sayin hi. Of to a wine tasting, then back in time for the show. Which will lead to MORE drinking! Woooo!

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  3. http://wp.me/p7qHD-126

    I found some music for you

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  4. Barry! Holy crap! I'm in love! Hip Hop Steampunk!! My goal now is to come up with a dance routine to one of the songs and do my own steampunk hip hop vid!

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  5. Pangs;
    You're such a dork! Hey, you need to read my blog on Sunday. I'm doing a huge post on BF and I know how you love that subject. It should have you scratching your head and thinking.

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  6. Oh boy Ghost Adventures is at Salem tonight. Hello witches!

    They will be at Jerome Grand Hotel in Arizona next week.

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  7. Okay, so that better not be a new episode too or I'm tanning the Travel Channel's dude's butt! I'm excited but it won't be on here for almost 3 hours.

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  8. Its a good thing that I'm around to let you know lol

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  9. Jeez! I'm skimming ahead in the TV guide now. I don't trust them. Well, I'm glad they're going to Jerome--the town is super fucking creepy but the Jerome Grand used to be the hospital for the miners and you can still hear them coughing all night. Crazy active place.

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  10. Hello, all you folks attending this weekly virtual party!

    [drives by, waving... speeds off into the night]

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  11. Steve;
    Some time, I'm going to throw out one of those strips that flattens your tires and makes you have to slow down.

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  12. That's because witches are smart. I hope he gets attacked by a besom.

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  13. broom him!!!

    they are counting everytime his says a witch word, which, etc

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  14. Damn! Should have used "witch" as one of the drinking words.

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  15. "I am the devil, and I am here to do the devil's work!"

    Glad to be here Autumn!

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  16. I'm doing well, HN! I'm editing my ghost book and will have it up in a few weeks for sale. Then, on to the next one and the next! I am keeping quite busy but contented. I'm happiest when I have projects. So, tell me, did you see that Anthony Hopkins exorcist movie? I have to admit, I'm passing on it. I'm not a fan of exorcist themes. They rather bore me.

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  17. Nah, I didn't see it. I'm not a fan of "possession horror", I prefer human killers. Besides, my local theater is VERY pricey!

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  18. Yeah, I have to be going nuts over a movie to go to the theater anymore. Some movies, you have to see on a big screen to get that feeling from, but most I can wait to watch on my big screen at home later on. I heard somewhere they were going to do a Trick R Treat 2. I hope so.

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  19. I heard that, too, and so I'm praying to the heathen gods that it is so! That movie flat out ROCKED!

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  20. I need to add that to my collection. I watched it so much when it came out on DVD that I thought I wouldn't want to see it again, but a few months later--I missed it! What was your favorite thing in the movie?

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  21. Just dropped in to say howdy. My laptop is running slow for some reason so I won't be staying. I am getting ready to watch the GA boys and the witches.

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  22. Probably the character of Sam. He's cute, yet creepy, funny, yet disturbing. That's Halloween in a sentence for you.

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  23. Damn! I loved that creepy character with the sack face. I loved when they had the urban legend story with the kids on the bus and the kids went down the elevator with the jack o'lanterns. The woman in the front yard--cool. There were so many good ones! I thought the one with the principal was kind of stupid and gross, but the rest was awesome.

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  24. Yeah, that film is also some serious eye-candy. I actually managed to get my dad, the "Cinema Enthusiast" to watch it. He didn't like it. My mom and step-dad, on the other hand, really liked it. They know when to give the horror genre actual credit.

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  25. Excellent. You know what I really loved the most about it was that unlike other horror movies, it took us right into Halloween night with all the trappings, traditions, decorations, and noise and then the subtle background in the darkness that lurks behind the Jack O'Lanterns and rows of corn...something waiting for that night to come alive. I wish more film makers who take advantage of that night in the sense of pagan tradition and people's fears of the coming darkness of winter.

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  26. Couldn't have said it better myself. Well, I'm off. Nice to have a quick chat with you, Autumn. Stay Scary!

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  27. Hey Autumn. What's up? It started raining hard here so I'm avoiding the rain.

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  28. Good to hear that, buddy. It's on its way to PHX. I heard it will be pouring hard tomorrow and I'm such a cheap bitch that I parked my new car out in the open so the rain can clean it. I hate paying for car washes.

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  29. Great idea to rain detail yout car.

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  30. Echo;
    The last road trip Julie and I took, I drove my new car down dirt roads in tons of ghost towns. The thing was so dusty I could barely see out the windows. I was thrilled to hear it will rain enough to not turn it into mud, but actually wash it away.

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  31. hey, autumn!! i've missed you & everyone!! health has sucked for months, but i think i might get it under control for awhile..*fingers crossed*!

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  32. Libby-Girl;
    I will concentrate on you tonight and send you lots of healing energy, dear. I guess it's better to be under the weather in the winter. You want to be strong and ready for spring fever.

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  33. Hey Autumn! Sorry I missed ya tonight... Took my Laptop down to a friend so I could see if he could fix it. Apparently my Videocard scorched my motherboard, so there's no fixing it, and apparently, even though it's a known issue, HP won't do anything for me, and countless other unsatisfied HP customers! Fun times :-p

    My date was a dud... But oh well. C'est la vie. Win some, ya loose some.

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  34. Soraya;
    Well, at least you found one more man you don't suit with. The good news about life--you can be compatible with thousands of men, so keep moving on. Don't let people get you hooked on the soulmate, only one perfect man for you talk. It has to go with where you are right now. He should enhance you and not set you on a different course. Be sure the man makes it possible to have your own life and he's just the frosting on top. Don't let him become your life. I've seen friends do that where their man's very mood determines their own. Not good. HP--yeah, freaking sucks! I did end up getting a Dell because they have really good service, but HP is always a nightmare. Poor lamb!

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