It's a list of the funniest stuff that folks have seen on the Blogosphere and sent to me.
On this day in 1938, Orson Welles broadcast his now famous radio drama "War of the Worlds." A simple Halloween radio drama cast as a series of news reports of an invasion of Martians set the nation into panic.
If your idea of great railroad dining is sitting in a generic Amtrak car and being served a styrofoam hamburger and a warm Diet Coke, you haven't ridden on this train!
Dawn Olsen gives us the lowdown on her personal scariest movies
Bony Ass Beats Out D-Day for Best Picture
Shannon Campbell and Scott Andrew LePera make beautiful music togther, although they've never met.
Instrumental madness joins the mighty Relapse Records.
Kinky Friedman, musician and novelist, was born October 31, 1944. The Texan and the Hebrew parts of his background make a fine combination. Note that this makes him double bred for kickin' ass.
AP reports that the rapper "was shot in the head at a recording studio in the New York City borough of Queens."