Thursday, November 03, 2016

The Haunted Trade-Off

The Clougherty Packing Company is the West Coast's leading pork packer, making products sold under the Farmer John brand name.  This was their location in Tucson, Arizona.

The murals on the building have always been of interest to me.  Located in an industrial area just off the interstate, it was never a place I was in very often, but now we are in that area often since it's just down the street from where we have work done on our truck.

In recent years it's been used as a haunted house called The Slaughterhouse.  I had never been since haunted houses have never been my thing, but this year Ed really wanted to go.  But I really didn't want to go.  So I had to make a deal.  With the devil, apparently.  I needed him to do something for me and he wouldn't do it unless I went to the haunted house.  He flat-out refused to help me unless I agreed to traipse through this abomination.

So I sucked it up and went.  And I made it out alive.

Sometimes compromise works.

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High Shine

2014: Operating Empty In The Scenic South
2013: The Sun Shines For All Cyclists
2012: Lured Into A Tourist Trap
2011: Dining At The Buckhorn
2010: Ancient Details
2009: Framed By Fake Fall
2008: Let’s Hope This Five Year Old Is As Accurate With His Predictions As He Is With His Aim For The Toilet
2007: Belated Greetings From The Great Pumpkin Pile
2006: Working Man
2005: Black And White

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