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Sunday, October 21, 2018 

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It's Almost Here!
Have you Been "Boo'd?"

Besides Werewolves, Dracula, and Frankenstein's Monster, there's also witches, warlocks, ghosts, and countless other monsters associated with Halloween, like mummies, zombies, spiders, skeletons, and other things that go creak in the night.  Which is the one that scared you (or the kid in you) the most.  Maybe it was just a giant octopus or Godzilla.

And what happened to the "Getting Boo'd" campaign.  It started off so well, then just seemed to die on the vine.  Maybe it was just too creepy to sneak down the street in the dark of night carrying two bags (or buckets) of treats.  Now, we've got to track down who did get boo'd and find out why the tradition stopped.

Did you know that if the originator started off with two baskets of goodies, and each recipient were to take their 24 hours to buy, create two additional baskets and delivery them, it would take only a little over 7 days to hit every home (74) in our four streets.  But that assumes that each recipient follows the instructions (posting the "We've been boo'd" sign on their front door, printing out two "We've been boo'd" sets, and creating the two new baskets).  For each day you delay, you put the schedule off by at least that long.  Then there's always the time to enjoy viewing all the doors having a "We've been boo'd" sign on them.  It really makes everyone feel like they're part of the neighborhood.


Get out there and put up your....

We've Been Boo'd Package
(And Don't Use The Excuse that This Link Wasn't Available...)
(If you really needed it, you would have asked earlier.)

By the way, here's your first look at the new scales for the Pinnochio factor - things that don't seem quite true.  There's a scale of 1 Pinnochio (or something that doesn't seem to be real) - 2 Pinnochios ) for something that is really out there as a down-right bunch of garbage) and a 3 Pinnochio (Something that appears to be just a load of B/S).  You may see this scale used on future pages.

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October 21, 2018

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"Werewolves of London" is a rock song performed by American singer-songwriter Warren Zevon. It was composed by Zevon, LeRoy Marinell and Waddy Wachtel and was included on Excitable Boy (1978), Zevon's third solo album. The track featured Fleetwood Mac's Mick Fleetwood and John McVie on drums and bass respectively. The single was released by Asylum Records and was a top 40 US hit, reaching No. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 that May.


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