Extraterrestrials From the perspective of vampire folklore, a type of modern vampire many reported descriptions of encounters with Extraterrestrials involve phenomena and characteristics described in vampires accounts centuries old. Ets as modern versions of vampires may explain some but not all…
About half an hour ago I went to the kitchen and got some water. As I’m drinking it, everything’s fine and I can’t taste anything wrong with it. Well as I’m down to my last couple of sips, I look down and realize there is a growth in the cup, and that the water is like a murky color with stuff floating it in. I’ve basically drank the whole cup by now. I almost threw up. Oh well.
I’ve had this saved for a good while, being hungry for anything unknown. Unlike similar lists, I’m fairly certain all of this list has working links. If you have any interest whatsoever in the creepy/mysterious/paranormal, dive in.
Oh, and I’m serious about not reading at night. Some of these…
So my macbook stopped responding last night. When I tried to restart it, it wouldn’t go past the white start up screen. Fanastic. Tomorrow I have an appointment with the people at the Apple Store way up at Keystone. My warranty is still good. Pray for my atheist ass.
Back when Jr won at Daytona, just months after his dad was killed in turn 4 of the Daytona 500, I seriously thought that NASCAR had rigged the race. Now, rumors are flying that NASCAR rigged qualifying for the 500, and that Earnhardt’s car “isn’t exactly legal”. Tony Kornheiser of PTI reports, and he is one of the most credible reporters in sports. I don’t believe this is true, Chevy and Hendrick are always the best at Daytona, but I can’t deny there is always a part of me that thinks NASCAR is trying to give Earnhardt that extra push to get him over the top. Even if NASCAR knows Earnhardt’s car wasn’t legal, he tore it up in practice today, and will start in the back for the 500. NASCAR, this better not be true.
Something I really want to do before I die is drive either a NASCAR or IndyCar at Indianapolis. Actually racing one is out of the picture, but spending money on a Richard Petty Driving Experience isn’t, or even somehow lucking into winning a test or something. It’s something I’ve always wanted to do.