Due to unforeseen issues on certain versions of Apple Safari, I have disabled secure browsing, which was causing the site to be blocked in some cases. Although many Safari users reported no issues, I can’t tolerate even one reader being blocked.
The twin turboprop smoldered in its freshly-dug crater. By some miracle, Jill and I had been thrown clear of the wreckage with only a few bruises to show for it. We were on foot now, but it didn’t matter. Before us stood the entrance to Castle Bratwurst, headquarters of the entire F.L.O.O.F organization. Somewhere within its twisted dungeons, we’d find our pail of water.
“I have been expecting you,” said an unseen voice as the heavy doors slammed shut behind us. I recognized the thick Bavarian accent at once; so Dr. Von Schlapp was the mastermind all along. “I believe you have been searching for this,” he cackled, “but I’m afraid you are too late. It seems Kevin has grown fond of it.”
Guarding our pail was a fierce, hideous creature whose dead, disapproving eyes watched our every move and whose razor-sharp fangs flashed with every leering lick of its lips. “Stand back, Jill!” I commanded, “and hand me your makeup kit with its powder-puff applicator. I’ve got an idea so crazy, it just — might — work!”
I can’t watch, Sharon H.!
What would the holidays be without a scrumptious chocolate?
Since enabling secure browsing, a number of readers using Apple’s Safari have told me they can no longer view the site at all. I have confirmed this on my own. I am working with my web host to resolve this issue, but for the moment I suggest using another web browser if possible. I am very surprised by this development and will have it resolved as quickly as I can, even if I need to roll back the update. My apologies.