A few posts ago, I was complaining that there wasn't any news. Now I'm inundated. Everyone, we can stop our war on reality to read these articles.
Remember earlier today when I was babbling on about the possibility that the dead animals slung on the doorsteps of Salem, MA psychics may have something to do with the legal shenanigans the local psychics are going through in order to prevent traveling psychics from stealing their bizznezz? Well, I was right. *pats self on back*
Here's the latest on the situation, courtesy of The Boston Herald: Road kill spells trouble: Dead raccoon casts strange light on Salem’s fortune-tellers.
If you want a really lovely and detailed description of the situation, head over to The Wild Hunt blog for this post. Psychic Wars in Salem. (It's a grown-up blog on Pagan affairs and this blog wants to be just like it if it ever grows up. *nods*)
Oh noes! A Kentucky library is allowing a Magic: The Gathering game to take place on it's premises. Some parents are not pleased: Game causes controversy
To quote a much-loved song by Justin Connor, aptly called Kentucky, "Oh Kentucky, what have they done to you?"
Meanwhile, the psychics in this Florida town seem to be getting along together a little better than their counterparts in Salem: Seeking Spirits in a Psychic Town
And to top it all off, more on the Harry Potter bru-ha-ha. This time, a teaching assistant that quit because she didn't want to listen to a student read from a Harry Potter book, since HP promotes witchcraft, which is, of course, "an abomination." Teaching assistant quit in protest at Harry Potter.
Whew -- it's late -- bed time for little Connie. G'night folks.