Gut Rumbles

April 21, 2003

living alone

I think that I will sleep with my new derringer AND MY SHOTGUN close by tonight. I believe that there is a poltergeist in my house. These noises aren't right.

I keep hearing things that don't belong here. I am NOT kidding about that. Something doesn't feel right and it damn sure doesn't SOUND right. I've walked the entire house and found nothing out of the ordinary. But my home is making noises that it usually doesn't make.

It's giving me the creeps.


Have another cup of wine. Call me if it gets TOO scary. I'll tell you something that will really scare the hell out of you. Or make you laugh.

Posted by: Da Goddess on April 21, 2003 11:25 PM

if you cant sleep go check out dedication night over at mr. helpful fact you happen to be the dedicatee....

heh heh heh

Posted by: mr. helpful on April 21, 2003 11:31 PM

I always sleep with my 2 Iron - I need to go get a shotgun

Posted by: Carl on April 21, 2003 11:44 PM

It could be rats! (I just discovered that I have rats again at my place in Oregon.....argh!) They tend to make creepy little noises in the night.

Posted by: DogsDon'tPurr on April 22, 2003 02:00 AM

Load 'em up, safety on (yeah, I know the Derringer doesn't have a safety, but you know what I mean).

I leave the new AK under the bed these days... only the 10-shot mag, tho.

And the .45 Camp rifle in the office.

And never further than 15 ft away from the 1911.

Just wait till you hear noises at night, AND you've had death threats.

Posted by: Kim du Toit on April 22, 2003 02:22 AM

Gheee. I have never had death threats. An animal or two but never from anything that can speak or type.

Posted by: Dan Dickinson on April 22, 2003 02:46 AM

Death threats can mean one of two things: one, that somebody actually wants to kill you. Or two, they just wish you were dead but if they ever had to try to do it they'd soil their shorts and cry like a spanked two-year-old while begging forgiveness.

In about 99.9999% of cases, it's the latter.

Posted by: Kevin McGehee on April 22, 2003 02:01 PM
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