Sunday, June 24, 2012

PHOTO GALLERY | Demons are all butter-fingers when it comes to cellphones

Demons don't need telecommunications equipment; they use telepathy, as well as "instant messengers"—demons who can flit from one end of the universe to the other in the blink of an eye (which, by the way, is why I think humans should entertain inter-dimensional travel—instead of space travel—because I've seen the benefits of the former first-hand).

That'd probably be why they don't use cellphones very well.

Two demons now have accidentally taken their picture when touching my cellphone.

First, it was the Spectre of Death:
The dark, shrouded visage of the Spectre of Death (like El Muerte, but worse, because at least El Muerte will kill you eventually)
In the process of trying to turn my cellphone camera off, as shown in Spectre of Death Flys into My Apartment, the Spectre of Death flipped the phone over so that the camera lens was facing it.

Second, it was the demon who attacked me at the law library:
I found this photo on my camera on February 9th, 2012, after having gone to sleep, after having acquired some terrific footage of demonic activity. Apparently, this demon did not approve of my possession of such materials.

In the future, it and another demon actually rendered me unconscious on the otherwise empty third floor of the Santa Clara County Law Library, and then examined my MacBook Air for more material it apparently thought I "just shouldn't have."

You can see him briefly in Demons Attack at Law Library; it shows the side of his face and one glowing eyeball.

Rerun