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  1. I seem to recall a time in some long-forgotten age when Halloween was just a harmless day of fun for kids. And CBS ran a prime time cartoon special called It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! which was sponsored by Dolly Madison snack-cakes. Then for some reason Halloween became a sexually-themed party for adults. Now it’s all about being offended by certain costumes. And Negroes vandalizing their own ghetto neighborhoods.

    We need a new Stalin.

    • Spahn,

      I can relate to all your references. “Hell Night” in Detroit where the coons burned what remained from the previous Hell Night. I thought Hell Night was a misnomer because how did it differ from the other 364 days of the year?

      I’m not sure when it began, but teenage girls and adult females turned every costume into “sexy” (fill in the black). I am still waiting for sexy Betty Freidan to ask for candy.

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