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It's no surprise that a few geeks out there are using cutting-edge doodads to elicit high-pitched screams of horror this Halloween.
Normally the news doesn't align with crackpot scenarios Agent Mulder used to spout at Scully and her fabulous haircuts on a weekly basis. Normally.
Hollywood no longer has any idea what people like and assumes our tastes haven't changed at all since 1986.
Mother Nature is the worst nightmare of them all.
Even when you have the best intentions, there are some moments when lending a helping hand is a bad idea.
Results range from personally disastrous to just plain old sad.
Most of these themes seem to be plucked straight from our nightmares.
Some people take the liberties that Halloween brings a little too far.
From time to time, the local news coughs up a story that's basically the opening 20 minutes of a horror movie.
It's not too surprising to say that the bar for newsworthy sources has been set somewhere between drunken Facebook post and overheard street hobo ramblings.
It doesn't matter if you create the most effective ad in the world: Terrible placement will render it moot.
Every now and then, sloppy transcription and lazy proofreading will collide in a perfect storm of misfortune that transforms a typo into an unmitigated disaster.
We get excited when we spot animals in wild and totally lose our shit when we see them anywhere we don't anticipate.
Apparently one of the professions most profoundly influenced by sitcoms is that of the judicial variety.