I wrote my traditional yearly Halloween story yesterday, and I was going to post it here for all to enjoy. But when I read it to Marianne and Sean, I did such an over-the-top performance that they began bouncing up and down, and shouting "You have to podcast this!"
The problem here is that, having never posted a podcast myself, it'll take a day or two for me to learn how to do that thing. And, today being today, and I being scheduled to go downtown and watch the Phillies victory parade (we won! the pennant! whoop!), there wasn't the time for that. And you don't want to podcast a Halloween story after the occasion itself.
"Couldn't I just post the story tomorrow and then podcast it next year?" I asked.
"By then, everybody will have swapped your story around, and it'll look like you're just adapting another piece of copy pasta."
Well . . . next year, you're in for a treat. Meanwhile, there's the photo of my 108-pound jack-o-lantern above.
How on earth do you move a 108-pound pumpkin, you ask? Well, it turns out there's appropriate technology for everything. You simply roll it onto an empty grain sack. Then two people grab the ends of the sack and lift. It moves simple as simple.
And as always . . .
The Poem du Jour has been updated. Enjoy!