I almost forgot something that I need to do today, so no lengthy and detailed blogging this morning. Instead, a quick poll regarding Neil Gaiman’s suggestion of giving kids scary books for Halloween:
Halloween is a classic holiday, which means you’re bound by classical rules, and can only choose one item, not a quantum superposition of multiple options.
(I think he means giving scary books to kids you know or are related to, not handing them out to Trick-or-Treaters, but it’s more amusing to picture it that way. Also, I am aware of the European roots of Halloween, so don’t feel like you need to point out that it originated in Britain.)