|A strong smell of onions just wafted through my window.||2007-09-19 20:09:54 ET|
I just finished reading, no; listening, to Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job it's about a 'beta male' that has to collect dead folk's souls and raise a daughter, it's very funny. The personification of death had always fascinated me. Death, the one that TALKS LIKE THIS, by Terry Pratchett has never failed to amuse me I've always hoped that a scientist is the new wizard so he'd be the one to come for me. In the second film of Bill and Ted Death makes the movie worth it's salt. My favorite creepy death has got to be from The Adventures of Baron Münchhausen, it doesn't get much better than dodging Death while riding a cannonball. And when death comes for Rimmer at the end of the last episode of Red Dwarf; brilliant. I just can't get enough of the pale dude. I wounder if I could arrange to meet him more than just the once?