Ken Beck, reporter for the Tennessean newspaper, called me last week because he was gathering responses from various local celebrities about Leap Day. Since it is a special day that only comes around every so often, he wanted to know how Dr. Gangrene would be spending Leap Day. Here's my response:
"Ah, excellent question. Leap years are very exciting. Here at Gangrene Manor we follow the old Transylvanian tradition of Leap Day. On the 29th minute of each hour you have to leap over a different deadly animal. We placed fresh piranha in the pool, cobras in the kitchen, and scorpions in the study. It will be a grand time!"