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All Hallows Eve

October 28, 2011

This is the weekend to watch Night of the Living Dead (the 1968 version), read Frankenstein, make pumpkin soup, use candles instead of lights, listen to these Halloween stories (on This American Life), go for a nighttime walk, dance to the Monster Mash, and eat more candy than you should.

And if you have plenty of spare time, you could also try these 20 Ways to Confuse Trick-Or-Treaters.

Paul Laurence Dunbar, The Haunted Oak (1903)
Happy Halloween
from Tea&Beer!

Preview for Tuesday: Sick nasty… thoughtful ways to help out sick friends and family this winter.

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