Vampires, they’re all the rage! Whether they’re teens waiting for marriage and sparkling in the sunlight or synthetic-blood swilling sexpots, everyone seems to love’em these days. Everyone except perhaps for the author of the Sookie Stackhouse books, the ones adapted to become the HBO series True Blood. See, she’s trying to end the series at 13 books, but her fans are still hungry for more, and are demanding she stay the course.
Want to donate some blood to the Red Cross to help sick, possibly dying, patients? No? How about for the chance to win a trip to Disney World? Facing the lowest donor levels in more than a decade, the Red Cross is hoping drawings get people into more of a blood-giving mood.
According to a news report in Houston, a woman stopped eating halfway through her meal at Cracker Barrel when she noticed what she believed to be human blood on her food. She suspects an injured worker at the restaurant left bloody fingerprints on her grub and is asking the restaurant to have the worker in question take a blood test.