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The Horrible, Horrible Time Brad Pitt Came To My Halloween Party

Over the weekend, actor Brad Pitt and I attended the same Halloween party. Being as how I’ve already seen Brad Pitt in person several times, first, when he filmed a movie at my office , again when he worked out at my gym, another time at the coffee shop, at the gas station, at the beach, … Continue reading

The Halloween Contest

I thought I had this year’s Halloween costume contest in the bag. I went as a modern version of 19th U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes, if he was younger and looked different. I lost, however, to someone dressed as a slutty Shel Silverstein. “Since when did Halloween become less about spooky and more about provocative?” I  … Continue reading

The Halloween When I Was Chased By The Headless Horseman

I’ll never forget the Halloween when I was chased by the Headless Horseman. He finally tackled me at the 30 yard line. “Who is this guy?!” our quarterback Pete yelled at the refs.  “Illegal substitution!” Apparently the Headless Horseman didn’t like Pete’s argument because he grabbed Pete by the facemask and drew his sword.  Yellow … Continue reading

The Joys Of Being Married To Me. Chapter 34: The Day After Halloween

“We only had one trick-or-treater last night,” I told Karen, “a little boy dressed as Darth Vader.” “Is that Bev’s kid?” she asked. “No,” I replied, “It’s the bad guy from Star Wars.”

Some Halloween Reading For You: The Werewolf

First, please allow me to be the very first to wish you a very Happy Halloween.  Today, I shall present to you selections from my Halloween plays. Below is a scene from ‘The Werewolf & His Problems’ (published by Playscripts, Inc). Set in the early 1800’s, it’s based on an old Detroit legend about a bride-stealing werewolf. Full play is available … Continue reading

Dave & The Devil

The below story is an excerpt from ‘Sketch Night: 10 Comedy Skits For Teens’ by Tim Kochenderfer, available through Brooklyn Publishers: When he was seventeen years old, Dave would have given anything for just one kiss from Judy Johnson. “Id give anything for just one kiss from Judy Johnson,” Dave would often say to himself. … Continue reading

The Aylesbury Monster

The kids that lived on Aylesbury Street would always spend their time playing in the nearby field, which was full of Weeping Willow trees, and many, many squirrels. Near the edge of the field was a large, dead, and very creepy tree that looked like a monster. The children of the neighborhood called this tree … Continue reading

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