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Kids in the kitchen: Easy monster eyeballs for Halloween

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Lindsay Weiss

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My kids had no school on Friday, so we needed a project. These little Halloween cookies seemed like the perfect thing and we only needed a few ingredients to make them happen. My 4-year-old could do this project from start to finish, but my older kids loved it too. I just spread out a big plastic tablecloth on our kitchen table and let them have at it. I also melted the candy wafers for them (because their attention span for the microwave is questionable).

I mistakenly took the long route and baked mini cookies from some sugar cookie dough for the kids to use. But after I did that, I realized mini vanilla wafers would have been ready-made and much easier!

We actually included these in our “Boo” baskets we gave to friends. It was a super cute homemade addition that the kids felt really proud of.

Easy Monster Eyeballs

Mini vanilla wafers (Or mini sugar cookies)
Green candy melts (I found Wilton melts at Walmart)
Eyeball candies (Also from Wilton)

Melt candy according to package directions. Stir in canola oil to thin if necessary. Dip cookies entirely in melted candy and shake off excess. Top each with eyeball candy. Let set for 20 min or so to harden.

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The Internet just noticed something really weird about the “Monster Mash”

The Internet just noticed something really weird about the “Monster Mash”


The Internet just noticed something really weird about the “Monster Mash”

Have you ever stopped to listen to the popular Halloween song “Monster Mash”? Like, really listen to the words? If so, you might have realized something a little weird. Recently, the internet has been awash with a lot of theories about the song. From when it actually takes place to what it is about, everyone is talking.

And it makes sense. It is Halloween time. You can go out there with your grown-up candy corn floats and see celebrities dressing up as witches to get you in the spirit. Or, you can listen to your favorite Halloween songs and think about a bunch of monsters dancing around.

And, if you’re like the internet, you can realize that what you think the song is about isn’t what the song is actually about.

Because the Internet has discovered that you’ve never actually heard the “Monster Mash.”

Sure, you’ve heard the Bobby Pickett song, “Monster Mash” — but that’s just about a guy watching monsters dance and listen to the real “Monster Mash.” Think about it like this. The man singing is just describing to you what happened. Not as it is happening, but as he saw it.

That’s right, we’re just hearing a story about it, not living in the song. Seems a little weird, right? It always felt like we were listening to the “Monster Mash” itself, but instead, we were just listening to a man sing about it.

Still not getting it? Think of it like Tenacious D’s song “Tribute.”

A lot of people couldn’t handle the revelation.

While others just had jokes.

This is the second theory to come out in a while. The first being that the Monster Mash doesn’t necessarily take place on Halloween. It is just in the lab late one night. He could have been out on a Wednesday in June for all we know.

All this means is that it is that time of year again. We’re all getting in the Halloween spirit and jamming out to the Bobby Pickett classic. It also means that we, as adults, are ready to break down any theory about this song we can. Because, after all, it is a graveyard smash.



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Well over 300 aftershocks have been reported across Mexico following Mexico’s strongest earthquake in a century. The magnitude 8.2 earthquake hit the Pacific coast around midnight, just a few miles out from Pijijiapan, Chiapas—a southern Mexican city roughly 100 miles from the border between Mexico and Guatemala.

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Are You a Manager or a Monster?

Managing people can be a difficult job. Being a manager takes a special skill set and, unfortunately, not everyone has those skills.

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Just because a person is a good employee, does not mean they will be a good manager. Some become managers and turn into monsters. They don’t know how to handle their new power and the responsibilities that come with it. They become demanding, unapproachable, obnoxious, and just hard to be around.

Years ago when I was promoted to a manager, my director and vice president at the time, would often remind me that the important thing was to manage my staff, because ultimately their success or failure was important to the department. I wanted to do a good job, so I worked hard to become the type of manager I wanted to work for, but also one who was effective.

Below are the habits that make a good manager and also the ones that can turn a manager into a monster.

A Good Manager:

  • Explains what is expected of the employee. An employee should not have to figure out how the department works or what their role is in the grand scheme of things.
  • Empowers the employee to make decisions without having to ask the manager before they make a move.
  • Respects work-life balance. An employee should not be made to feel bad because they have a life outside of the job and might not be available for every company activity.
  • Encourages staff to be creative and to try new things and to continue with what works and adjust what doesn’t. Learns from mistakes and doesn’t make the staff feel bad because it didn’t work out.
  • Is flexible, supportive, and coaches and trains staff for the next level

 

A Bad Manager: 

  • Micro-manages everything the employee does. Wants to know where they are, who they spoke to, and what they are doing.
  • Restricts creativity. Is not open to new ideas, innovation, or trending practices.
  • Bullies the employee by speaking rudely, being disrespectful, and embarrassing them in front of others.
  • Does not communicate to the employee what is needed to do the job. Does not provide feedback—good or bad—on staff performance.
  • Plays favorites. This is unfair, demotivating, and causes strife among the staff.
  • Works long hours. This may seem like a good thing, but a manager who has to come in early, stay late, and often come in over the weekend is often an incompetent manager who is not practicing good time management. They are often afraid to delegate tasks that they do not need to be doing.

 

 

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One minute you’re innocently reeling in fish while your buddy Prompto takes photos on the sidelines. The next, you’re firing a crossbow at a massive sharp-toothed menace that crawls and flops towards you with unsettling speed.

Last year, Square Enix announced that it would be supplementing the release of Final Fantasy XV  with a short, additional experience tailored to the Playstation VR headset. Players would fight their way through the mission from the Episode Duscae demo, in which Noctis, Ignis, Gladiolus, and Prompto battle a half-blind Behemoth called Dead-Eye. In the VR version, you play from Prompto’s point of view, using his dual pistols to help your friends take down the monster. Earlier this summer, Square Enix announced that this mini VR shooter had been canceled, and instead the development team would be focusing on another VR experience: Monster of the Deep.



Monster of the Deep is a first-person version of Final Fantasy XV’s fishing minigame. Using PlayStation Move controllers, you summon a sonar device to locate where in the pool before you fish may be lurking. Then, using the Move’s motion controls, you cast your rod and (hopefully) reel in your catch, moving the Move from side to side as the screen alerts you in order to not lose the fish.

This seems harmless enough, and for the most part it is. There’s something satisfying in wrangling in those fish, wrestling them on the end of your line and hearing Prompto’s congratulations as you lower it into your net. However, in the recent demo I played, everything went off the rails before I knew what was happening.



After catching three fish, the lagoon before me suddenly dimmed, the music ramped up to a frantic pace, and I suddenly saw myself staring into the fanged maw of a what looked like an overgrown angler fish. Its beady red eyes bored into me as it flapped its way towards me — and whipped its tail around to him me.

For those who are easily startled when playing VR games, this is the part where you’ll probably feel your heart race. For the easily startled in general, like myself, this was worth a very unbecoming shriek.



Having the monster so close to your face is definitely jarring. The goal is to keep it at bay and defeat it using a crossbow that has suddenly appeared in your hands. The shooting mechanic here didn’t work as well as I would have liked it to, and although I eventually took down the monster, it was a harrowing few minutes trying to keep it from getting into my face again.

Despite the terror of its later half, Monster of the Deep is an enjoyable footnote to the Final Fantasy XV universe. Fans who just can’t get enough of the world of Eos can fish for themselves on November 21.

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LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) – It’s bombs away at the multiplexes.

Family film “Monster Trucks” tanked when it debuted over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, while Ben Affleck’s “Live by Night” and Martin Scorsese’s “Silence” suffered moribund national expansions. Their failures will lead to tens of millions of dollars in red ink for the studios that backed them. “Sleepless,” an action-thriller with Jamie Foxx, also suffered an underwhelming opening, getting lost in the onslaught of new releases.

“There’s almost an unprecedented number of films out there,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at comScore. “It’s got to be somewhat daunting and overwhelming for moviegoers.”

Amidst the carnage, Fox and Chernin Entertainment’s “Hidden Figures” retained its box office crown in its second weekend of wide release, earning $ 20.5 million for the weekend and a projected $ 25.3 million for the long weekend. That will push its total to $ 59.7 million. The historical drama about African-American NASA workers during the early days of the space program has been one of the biggest breakouts of awards season.

“Hidden Figures” faced stiff competition from Lionsgate’s “La La Land,” riding high after sweeping the Golden Globe Awards, and STX’s “The Bye Bye Man,” which earned $ 14.5 million and $ 13.4 million, respectively. “La La Land” is widely expected to dominate the Oscar nominations. The musical about lovestruck Angelenos should finish the four-day weekend with another $ 17.5 million in domestic receipts, which would bring its stateside total to more than $ 77 million.

“The Bye Bye Man’s” strong reception is welcome news for STX, which had expected the film to open to roughly $ 10 million. The horror movie about college students grappling with a deadly supernatural figure cost less than $ 8 million to produce. It should make $ 15 million over the four-day holiday. Studio executives said they weren’t afraid of the crush of new releases heading into the weekend, because they felt they were the only film targeted to younger females. STX also wanted to release the picture on Friday the 13th, a marketing hook for scary movies.

“We knew we were going to be able to get that core audience of females,” said Kevin Grayson, STX’s domestic distribution president. “Not only did they go on Friday, they continued to go all weekend.”

Heading into the weekend, most analysts expected CBS Films and Lionsgate’s “Patriots Day” to put up more of a fight. The drama about the Boston Marathon Bombing earned $ 12 million after moving from seven theaters to 3,120 locations. It could make $ 14.3 million over the four-day stretch. That’s below projections ― analysts expected the film to earn as much as $ 18 million. However, the studios believe that “Patriots Day” could benefit from enthusiastic word-of-mouth. Audiences gave the film a rare A+ CinemaScore.

“Monster Trucks’” failure seemed preordained. Last year, Paramount took a $ 115 million write-down on the film. “Monster Trucks’” reception justified that fiscal white-flag waving. It opened to a pallid $ 10.5 million and a projected $ 14.1 million over the holiday, a disastrous result given its $ 125 million budget.

“The movie works for the audience it’s intended to work for,” said Megan Colligan, Paramount’s marketing and distribution head. “It did really well in the midwest and south. It was over 50 percent kids. The balance was good between boys and girls…without a whole lot of competition, it will keep plugging along.”

Paramount has hit a rough patch. The studio was embroiled in a corporate power struggle that pitted the controlling Redstone family against Philippe Dauman, the former chairman of Paramount’s parent company Viacom. The Redstones ultimately prevailed, but the pressure is now on Paramount chief Brad Grey to prove he can deliver more hits. The studio scored with “Fences” and “Arrival,” but lost millions on the likes of “Allied,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows,” and “Ben-Hur.”

“Live by Night’s” troubles will hit Affleck hard. He directed, produced, and wrote the Dennis LeHane adaptation, and took a starring role as a charismatic rum runner. Warner Bros. is releasing the $ 65 million production. It earned a sallow $ 5.4 million and should end the four-day holiday with just over $ 6 million, which more or less leaves the gangster picture on the slab. Affleck should be on firmer commercial ground reprising his Dark Knight role in “Justice League” later this year.

Open Road’s “Sleepless” didn’t fare too well either, although it cost significantly less than “Live by Night” and “Monster Trucks.” The $ 30 million production stars Foxx as a morally compromised cop whose extracurricular activities endanger his son. It kicked off with a meager $ 8.5 million and should end the long weekend with $ 10.1 million in the till. The studio says that “Sleepless” will make its way into the black because Open Road covered its financial exposure by selling foreign distribution rights and through tax rebates.

“Given our economics, this $ 10 million opening on ‘Sleepless’ will certainly become profitable for Open Road,” said a spokeswoman.

Then there’s “Silence,” a decades-in-the-making religious drama. Scorsese struggled for years to cobble together the financing for this story about Jesuit priests who risk torture and death to spread the gospel in feudal Japan, but audiences seemed to have little appetite for his rumination on faith. “Silence” expanded from 51 theaters to 747 locations, earning just over $ 2 million for the long weekend. The $ 50 million film was financed independently. Paramount is distributing the picture.

“Marty Scorsese is one of the greatest living filmmakers,” said Colligan. “He’s earned the right to independently finance a movie and make the movie he wants to make. This is a complicated, beautiful film, one that movie critics have named the best of the year and one that will be taught in film schools for years. It needs to be judged on its merits.”

Holdovers “Sing” and “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” continued to show strength, with both films earning roughly $ 13.8 million. “Sing,” the latest collaboration between the “Despicable Me” team of Universal and Illumination, has earned $ 237.2 million stateside. “Rogue One” is now the top-grossing 2016 release with more than $ 500 million in receipts. It will cross the $ 1 billion mark at the global box office this week.

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Boston Red Sox Coast-to-Coast with Wally the Green Monster Children’s Book

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You and your youngster love the Boston Red Sox. Now you both can experience all the excitement from outside the stadium when you read Coast-to-Coast with Wally the Green Monster by former second baseman Jerry Remy. Follow Wally from page to page he travels all over the United States to see the sights while meeting fellow fans. Your kid is bound to cherish this Boston Red Sox book and beg you to read it with him over and over again!
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Art Garfunkel On Paul Simon: I ‘Created A Monster’

Art Garfunkel spoke openly with The Telegraph about his split with former bandmate Paul Simon.

“I don’t want to say any anti-Paul Simon things, but it seems very perverse to not enjoy the glory and walk away from it instead. Crazy,” he said of the band’s breakup, which occurred at the height of their success.

“How can you walk away from this lucky place on top of the world, Paul? What’s going on with you, you idiot? How could you let that go, jerk?” he later added.

Garfunkel also said he “created a monster” in his friendship with Simon.

The childhood pals, who grew up together in Queens, officially split in 1970 after recording five albums. Their last effort, “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” won the Grammy Award for the best album of the year and is one of the best-selling albums of its decade. The duo has reunited several times for tours and performances, though, mostly recently at the 2010 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.

For his full interview, check out the Telegraph.

Garfunkel has long spoken about the pair’s complicated relationship. He once called their friendship “indescribable.”

“You’ll never capture it,” he told Rolling Stone last year. “It’s an ingrown, deep friendship. Yes, there is deep love in there. But there’s also shit.”

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Curse of the Lake Monster

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Based on the new live-action movie on Cartoon Network The movie is sure to score high ratings, and our novel is sure to score big sales. The kids from Mystery, Inc. are off on another adventure. They’re heading to the lake at Erie Pointe, where they’ll spend the summer working as waiters and golf caddies at Daphne’s uncle’s country club. Legend says that a Lake Monster haunts the country club’s grounds, but no one’s seen it for years. until the kids arrive. Now the monster’s back with a vengeance, and it’s terrorizing all the club members. Can the gang crack the case of the curse before tee time?

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Monster High Dot Dead Gorgeous Spectra Vondergeist – one color, one size

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Mini Monster – Stowable Luggage Locker

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