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…at the Dia de los Muertos celebration at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

Here are our results!

KB, Shady and Sue celebrating Dia de los Muertos at Hollywood Forever Cemetery!

I blinked,


From our American Goth costumes on the 18th…


…to the “horny” meeting I attended on Halloween…

ALL meetings should be horny meetings.

…to the revisiting of our Shining costumes in WeHo later that night…

We're back... for ever... and ever... and ever.

…to our sugar skull-inspired Dia de los Muertos makeup last night at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, we took advantage of each and every second of Halloween.

One final Halloween hurrah!

One final Halloween hurrah!

It’s my most favorite time of the year. Obviously.

Only eleven more months until next October,



I took my mom to Hollywood Forever Cemetery today because she had never been there before.

As soon as we stepped out of the car an insane duck ran past me, quacking like a maniac, and started attacking my mom with little bites to her ankles.

No matter where we went or what we did, the duck A) couldn’t care less about me, and B) stalked and harassed my mom like an obsessed… well, duck.

With Mother’s Day right around the corner, I probably should have saved (or at least defended) my mom. Instead, I pulled out my phone, started filming, and then encouraged my mom to let the duck attack her.

Totally winning that “Son of the Year” award,


PS: In my defense, the duck was nothing but sweet to me.

A friend of mine just sent me a link to Cinespia which appears to be a weekly event that’s held at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery here in Los Angeles.

Cinespia’s idea is simple: Take old movies, project them on the side of a mausoleum, and let folks enjoy the film (and some bring-your-own booze) as they sit and sip in the middle of a cemetery. Awesome.

And what’s the feature film on Saturday, July 25th? “The Muppet Movie.”

What’s cooler than sitting on top of a bunch of dead people while the Muppets are projected on the wall of a structure that contains dead people? That’s right, nothing.

The only problem? I’ll be in San Diego at the Comic Convention that weekend. Bah!

Maybe I’ll get lucky and they’ll play “The Dark Crystal” in August.

You’ve won this time, Cinespia! But this fight is far from over!

Learn more about Cinespia here.

Moving right along,


Old Poop!