–The last two episodes of SFR have ended with a cliffhanger. Last week’s abrupt ending was because Bobby’s wife had to do to the hospital with kidney stones. Jason is happy they keep them in a jar.
–Friday night at the Nelson’s was werewolf movie night. Everyone was happy at the great food; everything from phallic meats and cheeses to cupcakes and brownies were there for the taking. But Jason did not play the One Night Ultimate Werewolf game, and Bobby can’t understand why.
–Bryce wants to know why our society is concerned that everyone be “clean and sober” when everyone is on something, be it caffeine, food, or something more illegal.
–Sari (aka Some Woman in the Chatroom) brings up the latest popular Nessie photograph and, while agreeing it looks to be seals, can understand how pareidolia can convince people otherwise.
–Normally we would have been at the Mothman Festival this weekend, but haven’t been in a couple years now. Jason tells Bobby that Loren Coleman is there this year, and we envision a scenario how these two rivals would have interacted.
–Canada Matt talked about certain retail outlets getting tax breaks by designating certain sections of their store as a museum. That got us talking about the toy stores of our youth and, along the way, we discuss opening a chapel at Target and creating a new religious sect.
–Our chat room participants were asking for it, so they got it: our continuing weekly election coverage. If you think Bobby was worried about a Trump presidency before, knowing that HIllary has choked away a good portion of her lead is only freaking him out more.
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