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Old 10-31-2005, 11:03 PM   #11
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This one was tough, Yugi oh but charlie brown took the most time.
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None at our house, a big ZERO. We live on a cul-de-sac and the kids do not bother comming up our street. Too bad as we had M&M candy bars. Oh well I will take them into work on Friday. I have to fly into St. Louis for meetings on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
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You're very artistic O'Neil.
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cool pumpkins
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You're very artistic O'Neil.
x2 what knife u use?>
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Hey those pumpkins looked great!!!

One of the scariest sights was my 16 yr old son ...dressed as a woman.
His girlfriend must have talked him into it. He refused to do this last year when I suggested it.
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This was one of the best costumes I saw all night...
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This was one of the best costumes I saw all night...
I think that is one of the best ones I have ever seen.

Well, we got ZERO here too. I think we have had like 1 in the last 12 years or how ever long we have been in this house.
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my mom gave out caramel hershey kisses and pennys, shes weird, she gave 1penny to each kid...

i put out the 8 foot inftatable pumpkin, iuno howmany came
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This was one of the best costumes I saw all night...
That kid really loses his head when it comes to Halloween
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You're very artistic O'Neil.
x2 what knife u use?>
Thin jig saw blades, exacto knifes, drill bits, some dremel stuff too.
The key is to really scrap the inside of the pumpkin, sacrafice an old spoon and sharpen it up. Try to get the rind down to about 1/4".

Great fire works here tonite too, lasted about half hour and it didnt snow
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