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Will you carry while Trick 'R Treating?

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    Of course... all those zombies out there


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    Quote Originally Posted by BRTCP88 View Post
    If I trick or treated and if I had a gun, you bet.

    My family stopped doing Halloween (including handing out candy) when the costumes started going from cute to grotesque and people started hiding razorblades in the candy. I saw that someone started a thread awhile back about how bad things have gotten in the past 50 years and Halloween, IMO, is another example.
    Got any sources to this urban mythology about razor blades in the candy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PM View Post
    Actually the tradition of "trick or treat" comes from begger nights; a practice from the middle ages where the poor would go door to door begging food for the all saint feast the next day. Halloween is a coruption of All Hallows Eve or Hallows Eve.

    As for carry that is for me to know and the BG's to wonder about!!
    Now it is a day to celebrate demons and Satanism. All Hollows Eve was a day of the devil. I don't celebrate those holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightsonge View Post
    Ah a fellow Okie. Finest state in the union. :-) What part of Oklahoma? If it was near Enid, Tulsa, or OKC I most likely know the people involved, though I'm down near the Arkansas border myself. If it was in or near Enid the leaders of the group were most likely police officers. If it was near Tulsa and you saw an older guy in a kilt with a big honking sword, again most likely a police officer. They either attend or run most of the events in their areas.
    I'm originally from PA, but now live in Lawton in the southwest part of the state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TN_Mike View Post
    Sir, I anticipate trouble everywhere I go. I live by the motto "Be polite but have a plan to kill everyone you meet."



    That is not true.

    From History.com when looking up "The history of Halloween":



    This ridiculous and incorrect belief that Halloween is some sort of satanic holiday is just silly and is continuously used by various churches to drive the flocks to church.

    Halloween is a harmless holiday that children look forward to for the fun and candy. There's nothing wrong with it. I doubt very seriously that Jesus would be upset about kids having fun. I feel pretty sure he is more upset about the many wars that have been started in His name.
    I disagree. History Channel could also post some anti-gun stuff, does that mean it is true?

    Sorry but I don't feel it is harmless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldskoolfan View Post
    I disagree. History Channel could also post some anti-gun stuff, does that mean it is true?

    Sorry but I don't feel it is harmless.
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    couldnt imagine many times where you would be in more possibilities of risk or threats...i would carry if i was out with kids.
    "with great power comes great responsibility"

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