First, let me thank Stephanie for her comments on my post “Omnipotent” and for supplying a great resource on Archbishop Oscar Romero.
Second, thanks to Jeanne for her kind words (and enthusiastic encouragement) on my post “A Sort of Hajj.”
Third, I have to announce another brief hiatus.
I am taking a brief vacation this week. I will be going back to my home state to see friends and family (including the Cousins). As I mentioned in a previous post, the one thing I will positively not be doing in my home town is attending my high school reunion, but as we said back in the 1980s, “Whatever…”
The bottom line is that I won’t be updating this blog for the next week or so. I hope to publish new posts as soon as possible.
To keep you entertained in the interim, here is the creepiest story with a Latino angle that I could find:
An engineer has reconstructed the infamous Aztec whistles of death. You can see what they looked like and even hear the spine-tingling tones they emanated. As the story states, “If death had a sound, this was it.”
I mean, how cool is that?
See you all soon.