Yay! It's October 1, the start of the Witching Month! How about a suitably spooky song for this month of spookiness?!Jamie Michelle wrote: ↑Fri Sep 29, 2023 11:55 pmStrangely enough, perhaps this song also fits Michaelmas well, which is today.Jamie Michelle wrote: ↑Wed Nov 11, 2020 2:18 am Oh, but wait, Halloween isn't over! In addition to Allhallowtide lasting the three days from October 31 to November 2 inclusive, there exists yet another way to extend the Halloween festivities! Yes, you heard right, folks! Because today, November 11, is Old Halloween, a.k.a. Old Hallowmas Eve!
Boo yet again! Teehee!
* "Halloween Theme", Leæther Strip - Topic ( youtube.com/channel/UCn2Q-E8dAZvvIuJI_8xrAng ), Feb. 19, 2017, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_13zeWthTkw , https://files.catbox.moe/530egr.webm , http://www.freezepage.com/1605078434XUUDERGALG , https://megalodon.jp/2020-1111-1607-48/ ... 30egr.webm .
At any rate, Halloween isn't far in coming. We are now in autumn, after all. A time of balance.
I've been listening to the following song since not long after its release, before these folks hit it big:
* "Pantera - Cowboys From Hell (Official Music Video) [4K Remaster]", Pantera ( youtube.com/@pantera ), Oct. 26, 2009, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i97OkCXwotE , https://web.archive.org/web/20231001210 ... lgfga2.mp4 .
Hmm, the Cowboys from Hell. In other words, the Cowboys from Earth.
"We're taking over this town." Every living brain is a town in its mentality--not just with humans, but also with the other animals. Though if they take over a town, wouldn't that effectively make them the mayors of that town? The de facto mayors, that is.
Interestingly, the surname "Myers" means *mayor*. What better way to reform mankind than to get inside deep where the problems are actually occurring? But that would require small devices.
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