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folks appear to have lost their sense of humour on this one. one man's costume is another man's daily dress, it seems. I cherish the idea that "All Hallow's evening", as it used to be called , (the night before All Saints' Day) is a harmless masquerade for the amusement of all participants and the attempted quenching of the young-uns' candy appetites. Somebody may go overboard on the poor taste/ horror categories, but isn't it fun to let your hair down & dress up funny once in a while?? couldn't be worse than some of the fashion show runway entries we've seen now & then. I say hooray for costumery.


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