The TICKET morning guys ranked their top five scary movies. I can’t say that I really watched any scary movies. I don’t consider Seven or Silence of the Lambs as scary or horror, but more suspense. I think the only movie that really scared and stuck with me for a while was George C. Scott’s The Changeling and I only watched that because it’s tradition for the restored Paramount Theater in Abilene to show it around Halloween and chicks are there. I’m said to say it’s probably no longer a tradition as I don’t see it listed on the theater’s calendar.
One movie that disturbed me watching it and continues to even if I think about it is Of Mice and Men.
The Exorcist was more fascinating than scary to me, and the Hitchcock films are too artsy for me to be scared.
When I was a kid or teen there was a commercial for a scary movie that had children singing, I’m now terrified of all singing children.
There was also another commercial of a woman laying on her side on bed trying to sleep and the audience hears her thoughts, she ten rolls over and screams as she sees a man watching her from the other side. That night I rearranged my room so my bed was against the wall and only slept with my back against the wall so I could have a full view of my room.
A device locks cyclists’ helmets and keeps their seat dry.
I remember the spelling difference of “yea” and “yeah” by saying “yea ends in a A”.
I’ve never taken an aspirin, but certainly have had my fair share of Advil an Tylenol. My doc called with another blood test result looked good except that my CRP levels were a little high and recommended taking a daily aspirin.
We bout our 4Runner seven years ago with 20,000 miles on it and it still hasn’t reached over 1oo,000.