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Friday the 13th!

According to folklore historian Donald Dossey, the unlucky nature of the number "13" originated with a Norse myth about 12 gods having a dinner party in Valhalla. The trickster god Loki, who was not invited, arrived as the 13th guest and arranged for Höðr to shoot Balder with a mistletoe-tipped arrow. Dossey: "Balder died, and the whole Earth got dark. The whole Earth mourned. It was a bad, unlucky day." This major event in Norse mythology caused the number 13 to be considered unlucky.

But...I consider it a lucky number...maybe I am one of those strange people that enjoy dark sinister sceneries with a gloomy full moon and no lights around....listening to frogs on a lake....and on a boat with a leek....hahaha....anyway...we added some new back issues in the online store...and what a has Loki you believe in coincidence? hmm? Did you say something? Oh well, I am leaving you with the below. Enjoy!

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