April 01, 2007



Quick morals as taught by several recently-viewed horror movies:

Little Otik: Don't second-guess your first instinct to grab an ax when the quasi-infant you've carved out of a tree stump in an effort to cheer up your barren wife first comes to life.  Beware of inertia following, especially after it eats the cat.  Also, solemn-looking little girls are always evil--or at least, they will lead to more deaths in the end.  (This is as true in Prague as it is in Tokyo; it's a universal human truism.) When all else fails, always have access to a solidly-built scowling babushka protective of her garden.

Body Melt: health farms are always a scam, especially when they're built over condemned chemical plants. Also, it is an evolutionary mystery why teenagers ever try to make nice with mutant hillbillies.  (There are probably associated traits that provide survival benefits outweighing the negatives that also arise.)

Also, for those of you who may be tempted to use the firefox add-on ScribeFire, I have learned that the moral is: don't. Extraneous garbled formatting mess ahoy. Learning is fun.

posted by Gar @ 3:08 PM
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