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For those who took the moment to pray/wish well/what have you:

I'd forgotten how often we saw Magritte

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For those who took the moment to pray/wish well/what have you:

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no mask... no mask!
thanks.

halfinched from nicolascaesar, I bring you
Baker officials hope to ban 'satanic' holiday.

Best line in the article:
Councilman Trae Welch, who is also a lawyer, said [...] the City Council cannot enact an ordinance barring someone from dressing up in a costume and knocking on a neighbor's door, either on Halloween or any other day.
  • Uh...
    My Lutheran church has Halloween activities and I don't see a Hellmouth opening up and spewing forth demons.
    In short, one of the many reasons why I left the south can be found in that article.
  • I fear for our country. That article didn't help.

    *sigh*
  • Malleus Malificarum

    Halloween started as a Celtic New Year celebration in honor of the dead. It began long before the foundation of Christianity and continued after the Roman conquest of what is now Britain in A.D. 43. Halloween was first observed in the United States in the 1840s.

    THANK YOU! Be as close minded and fanatical as you please, if you must, but at least get your facts straight!

    Unfortunately, one of the only people in support of keeping the holiday was quoted as saying, "I don't think it has nothing to do with witchcraft." [Though I suspect the average citizen of Baker isn't quite the grammar snob that I am.]
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