Wednesday 8 January 2020

Your Mid-Week Update for 01/08/20

So. I love snow. I think I’ve made that perfectly clear over the years. I hate ice. Unless I am burying bodies under it. James is still in recovery but he was getting better every day. And then on Thursday he was hobbling to his car and he slipped on ice and ended up fracturing his knee so he spent Friday in the surgery trying to repair all the damage.

I haven’t had the heart to look at the medical bill because our insurance maybe be great but neither of us have a job that will cover the full cost of all of this. I’m grateful his work is paying for his recovery time. Since it technically was an on-the-job injury. If they hadn’t, heads might have rolled.

Speaking of heads rolling.

I had the absolutely morbid idea to go bowling with the severed remains of the man in the basement. Obviously it’s too late since we got rid of everything but wouldn’t that have been a sight.

That’s getting into movie horror territory. The kind of unrealistic creativity that no one can actually achieve.

I mean Saw is so unrealistic but it certainly gets the creative juices flowing. Though not always in the good way.

See: bowling with a human head.

And outsourcing. That’s the other unhelpfully creative way.

The fewer people involved, the fewer people you have to kill when it’s all over.

Word of advice: mass murderers are always harder to catch than a well-practiced serial killer.

There’s more opportunity for witnesses and less opportunity to get away. Murder takes time. Do it all at once, it doesn’t matter how fast you are, shooting ten people is slower than stabbing one.

The quicker you’re in there, the quicker you’re out.

All this to say: I’m in a bit of a creative rut. Nothing I think of is practical, it’s all theoretical and some of it defies the laws of physics. So until my magical powers come in, I’m shit out of ideas.

Maybe I’ll focus on Casey this week, make sure she’s got the basics down and keeping her guard up. Maybe working with her will spark something.

If you’re got anything, be sure to pass it on, yeah?

As always, dear readers,

Stay Safe

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