McLinkHalloweeny Spitballin'

Illnesses Whose Victims
May Not Be Safely Eaten:
At one time, it was believed that Crohn's disease was a genetic disorder and thus its victims were safe to devour. Recent studies, however, suggest that Crohn's is environmental bacteria, linked to Johne's disease, which infects ruminants. If this is correct, victims of Crohn's may not be safely consumed.

McSweeney's via Fox

Passengers on a German train mistook a Halloween reveller dressed up as a gore-covered zombie for a murder victim and called the police. The 24-year-old man fell into a drunken slumber on his way home from a Halloween party in Hamburg, police in the northern town of Bad Segeberg said. Believing his hands and face were smeared with blood, passengers alerted police after getting no response from him. A first aid team called to the scene soon cleared up the confusion. Police told the man to remove his make-up after which he was allowed to continue his journey.

Dave: Fox has kindly setup the nice interface from W:

Fox: i can make it a different colour or something.... i just made the letters bigger because Stephen complains about small things, like elves

Michelle: "stephen complains about small things and elves are small too, therefore he complains about them" or "stephen complains aboug small things and elves tend to complain about small things too"?

Stephen: Goblins complain about big things, like horses, which tend to make a mess of a goblin unfortunate enough to be caught underfoot. Gnomes complain about everything, big or small, and then try to fix it, making things much much worse. Elves are just fantasy, they’re not real.

Interface Team