Trick or treat

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    Quote Originally Posted by KC135
    Look up the Halloween murders in Indiana. It is a real horror story.
    Not the Little Bo Peep murders?
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    Petite Caucasian FEMALE
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    Ruddy Cheeks - wearing White Bonnet
    Known Alias: "Bo" Peeps
    Last seen in Indiana.
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    I had a woman today tell me she used to be a collections agent and went to peoples houses at halloween to collect.

    You never know who is gonna show up at your door that night.

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    That pretty funny QK. I love it.

    As for halloween, I still enjoy it. I guess that I am lucky to still live in an area of this country that I can do so. Now that my son is too old to trick or treat, my wife and I look forward to staying home to pass out candy to all the kids in the area.

    Don't get me wrong, I don't live in a fantasy world. I know anything can happen. I just don't let fear dictate how I live. "Expect the best, prepare for the worst".

    Sorry didn't mean to get so deep, FortyFive kinda struck a nerve I guess.
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    Plenty room under there for Uzi,MAC-10,sawed off double,etc. I would be on my guard in that area of the country. Side note: In Singapore there's men(?) that look like that.----------

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    Thanks RSSZ, you just ruined my day....
    But seriously, I think I'm with ilfishin, I'm going to enjoy the day without letting my guard down. I'm probably going to spend the day handing out candy at my fiance's apartment, with my 1911 open carried on my hip. Heck, I might just stay in uniform before I go to her place and say I'm dressed up as GI Joe.

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    This year here I have a difficult quandary - with a registered sex offender (child porn) in the building, I don't want to do anything to encourage kids to enter. I also don't want to have to sit outside all day chasing them off.

    I'm thinking big beware of dog signs on the entry points and hope for the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rfurtkamp
    This year here I have a difficult quandary - with a registered sex offender (child porn) in the building, I don't want to do anything to encourage kids to enter. I also don't want to have to sit outside all day chasing them off.

    I'm thinking big beware of dog signs on the entry points and hope for the best.
    What about a sign out front warning people there's a sex offender on the property? You can claim it's <liberalwhine>freedom of speech</liberalwhine>
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    A few years ago I was going to my then girlfriend's house for a scary movie night on Halloween...so I decieded to be funny.I got a hockey mask,dark jacket and Machette......let's just say if I was going out with Betty,I'd be toast....it did scare her alright...she kicked the crap out of my right leg.
    I did have fun giving out candy that night dressed as "jason"(I kept the machette under raps except for the bigger teens(who need a little scaring)
    "Just because I'm paranoid,doesn't mean they're NOT after me...."

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    Quote Originally Posted by rfurtkamp
    This year here I have a difficult quandary - with a registered sex offender (child porn) in the building, I don't want to do anything to encourage kids to enter. I also don't want to have to sit outside all day chasing them off.

    I'm thinking big beware of dog signs on the entry points and hope for the best.
    If it's a night that draws kids, maybe a little suggestion that he un-ass the building for the night might be in order. Keep the kids out of harm's way.
    "Life's tough......It's even tougher if you're stupid." -John Wayne

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