pst… CtW stands for Changing the World and has to do with my article here - also I really liked everyone's comments in that article, great stuff!
Before the last Sunday I discussed about how tough it is (for me personally) to combine the regular human world as we know ...
I think a lot of us have dreams of growing up and changing the world. Impacting it in some great way. Or if you’re villain type, maybe in a bad way.
Anyway, now that I got your attention with changing the world.
I’m not talking about changing “our ...
See what I did there? It’s an image of a Beholder… which normally has one giant eye right in the center of their face/body and the article is titled HORROR (the Beholder is scary looking) is in the EYE of the BEHOLDER? Yeah? No? Ok…
Halloween, aka Eve of All Saints, is a Day of the Dead.
Days of the Dead exist in nearly every culture. There's the famous Dia de Muertos from Mexico, but there are also less known ones.
For example, in Greece we got “Soul Saturdays” which are basically two Saturdays ...
We live in a world of routine, predictability, and pedestrian problems. (2020 doesn't count. Much.)
Magic doesn't really seem to exist in our world.
Or does it?
Perhaps we live above a very thin surface, like floating on a tranquil lake, and just underneath it there are ghouls ...
The KAMics Celebrates an Anniversary and YOU ARE INVITED to Sign-Up to Participate in the 500th Quackcast Episode on Google Chat this Saturday (October 10th)!kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Oct. 5, 2020
Photo: “Gertrude and Brunhilda” from The KAMics by KAM
Next Sunday, October 11, The KAMics will have been online for 16 years.
Where does the time go?
Have a nice day,
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Now that's a little TOO scary!
Horror is perfect for metaphor and allegory. In fact, a horror story is often allegorical by default, what with its bizarre landscapes and freaky beasties.
Here are some categories of horror and some thoughts on what they symbolize:
psycho killer! Qu ...