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Happy Halloween Suckas!

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Re: Happy Halloween Suckas!

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I did it. I know I did it. Prolly going to do it again.

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Re: Happy Halloween Suckas!

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This day, anything goes ...
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Re: Happy Halloween Suckas!

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"We all look for happiness, but without knowing where to find it: like drunkards who look for their house, knowing dimly that they have one." Voltaire

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A little bit of realism to our Halloween display

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Well, last year, we was robbed. Grand theft like. Skellies, gravestones, scythe, cobweb lawn stakes and signs, etc. So this year, we had a lot of new props. I unboxed the cheapo Chinese-made skellies, and was impressed with the realistic bloodstains on the first one. After unpacking the lot, I realized that none of the other skellies were bloodstained. Upon closer examination, I realized that the blood on that particular skelly was quite possibly real. I immediately imagined the scenerio in the Chinese sweatshop. Chinese worker assembling skelly. Suddenly, blood! Aigh! Helpful workers carry the injured fellow to the nurse. Meanwhile, production has slowed down. Cruel foreman shouts. Worker next to fallen worker flinches, and picks up bloodstained skelly, and finishes assembling it. And so it goes, all the way to California. The Chinese Barney Skelly, complete with Chinese DNA! Happy Halloween!
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Pictures or it never happened.
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I don't doubt this story a bit.
In my past life I rep'd for a company who had futon frames made in China and had their representative tag the container after loading. When it arrived they discovered the tag had been tampered with and were scratching thier heads to figure out why.
It turns out the factory had thier workers open the container and remove some hardware from each mechinism; netting them not more than $50 for the whole effort.
Inscrutable.

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Hanging Judge wrote:Pictures or it never happened.
dood, we will so have you some pics, soon as I find a new hosting site.
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Re: A little bit of realism to our Halloween display

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I was walking home last night after the bar and my neighbor up the street was mowing his lawn. I'm talking 12:30. And a yellow moon hung sickly in the sky. And his dog (a pitbull) was loose and running around the mower.
Creeeeeeeeeepy shit, you ask me. Straight outta "The 'Burbs."

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Re: A little bit of realism to our Halloween display

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had some rum, chugging hella beer on halloween right quik right hur

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Re: A little bit of realism to our Halloween display

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apperently, I got extremely ripped this Halloween night. Well, so what if I shouted some things? It was fun, and we had no dogs, but we needed more animal crackers for the babies.
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Re: A little bit of realism to our Halloween display

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So, since we had no doggies this year, is it okay to donate the ten doggy treats to the food bank? I mean, after all, the poor families that need food may very well have a hungry dog.
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You didn't eat dogs this year? That's too bad, you should eat dogs every halloween.

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C'mon you Korean drunkards!! Dogs and bourbon mix well!!

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