I haven't posted in a while. But it hasn't been for lack of material, since the news has been full of real-life horrors lately.
In New York, a van dragged a (hopefully) dead body for 17 miles before the driver noticed anything was wrong.
In Michigan, a 93-year-old man froze to death when the electric company shut off his power.
In Ohio, a transexual woman has plead guilty to exercising her 73-year-old husband to death in a swimming pool; she received just five years for the crime.
In Georgia and Texas, a sloppily run peanut processing company that sickened hundreds with salmonella and killed eight has filed for bankruptcy. (If you need a URL for this story, you're at the wrong blog.)
In California, a single, unemployed mother of six gives birth to octuplets. Even more distressing, Joaquin Phoenix is acting strangely, too.
In Nigeria, people are claiming a car thief transformed himself into a goat and it looks like the police are buying it.
This time of year -- and this economy -- seem to engender these types of stories. It probably won't be long before we get news of another school shooting.