Which is scariest:
(b) The fact I’m headed to see the vampire movie (second in less than a week) 30 Days of Night (Kip’s Bay 7:15 show) dressed as V from V for Vendetta.
(c) The fact that the New York Times, which cannot be so in love with gay stories as to have lost all interest in being taken seriously as a fact-based newspaper, ran an op-ed today by a transgendered ghosthunter about how contacting her father’s ghost was awkward since she’d changed genders since his death.
(d) Or the new form of tyrannical government that the Onion imagines being accidentally created by (political) scientists at the Cato Institute, pointed out by Kerry Howley on Reason’s blog — and Kerry should know about tyrannical governments, having lived and worked in Burma for a while (and left New York City of all places to do so) — wait, can I call it “Burma”? Luckily, I’m not in Burma, so I can call it anything I damn well please. I shall call it Tyrannical Monk-Beating Socialistland — and that is far scarier than Halloween.