Halloween in a Cave


This year I spent Halloween in a cave with three hundred candles.  Needless to say, it was much cooler than the endless walking from door-to-door in an uncomfortable costume and then getting sick on candy afterward.


4 comments:

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  2. Hi, Sarah. I have been thinking about the prices of airplane tickets, butter, and the metro. Of course the price of all goods (well, nearly all goods -- not the metro, because it's government subsidized, so it works differently, I believe) vary depending upon supply and demand. However, I feel that something extra strange happens with airplane tickets. I spent about a week checking tickets for a week away, a month away, and several months away, all within the same airline. And they would all go up together in price, then all go down, then all go up. So at one point, for a week away, a month away, and three months away, they would all be $500. Then later they would all be $600. Then they would all be $450. I just don't see how supply and demand could affect all flights between MEX and MCI exactly the same, regardless of how soon the flight is. Thus, I came to the conclusion that there are multiple invisible hands operating as part of Continental Airlines.

    --Abby

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  3. Contrary to popular belief, no, my sister does not float. She was standing on the edge of another pyramid.
    --Abby

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  4. hi sarah!theres a thew websites what are cool.Rose.com allrecipies.com art.com
    amazon.com citycreator.com
    hsve a good day

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