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America's Captain 

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I did my own Halloween thing a few weeks early. I attended the Zombie Walk in Asbury Park, New Jersey. I wasn't a zombie, and neither was my cousin, but we still had fun. What costumes! And they won the Guinness World Record for most zombies!
http://www.asburyparkzombiewalk.com/

How about you?






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Paste Pot Pete 

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My wife made the Kiddo (2 years old) an Obi Wan costume but he screamed when we put it on. So we'll try to get him in it again and see if he'll stop crying long enough to go to a couple of houses. I'll share some pictures this evening.

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Gernot 

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I'm goin' out with a neighbor with his grandkids in our neighborhood, then I'm goin' back home and eating leftover candy! ;\)



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Nose Norton


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Sounds like fun. Zombies are such the thing right now.

I'll be taking the kids out around the neighborhood.

Thank goodness the Red Sox won tonight so I won't have to rush them home by 8 o'clock. It would have been a good night for celebrating, since I don't have to get up for school on Friday like the kids, but I'm sure my wife wouldn't appreciate me sleeping in with a hangover while getting a couple of sugered up, sleepy kids ready for school.


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Very cute. Does he know who he is?




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Paste Pot Pete 

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No, he knows Elmo and Spider-man and that's about it. \:\)

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Nose Norton


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Well, Elmo and Spider-Man are good company. I remember actually enjoying some of that toddler stuff, like Kipper, and, believe it or not, the Wiggles. But, I have to admit, it's better now that the kids are into SpongeBob, Phineas And Ferb, Good Luck Charlie, and others. There's still a lot of garbage out there, but sitting down to watch The Amazing World of Gumball with the kids is a fun time.


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The new one we are watching on Saturday mornings is the Iron Man cartoon where Iron Man is a teenager. It's actually pretty good. \:\)





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Gernot 

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If your kids are TOO sleepy to get outta bed, then it's time to BRIBE them!

"HALLOWEEN CANDY FOR BREAKFAST!"

I'd stand pretty clear of whatever path your kids take to the kitchen, though. ;\)



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