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Old 11-01-2005, 12:14 AM   #21
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178 this year. We were down just a little, as we generally have 225-250. I started to rain. Gave out about a bit of everything.
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This is the first year I've been out of the house that doesn't get trick or treaters...so yeah I had some little kids. Probably about twenty before I got cleaned out (I was too generous). I had little bite size KitKats, Whoppers and MilkDuds. And yes, I decorated my whiteboard and I have lights up! Its pretty cool.
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O'Niel, that looks awesome!...Paul you look a little older than you were this summer?
And that kids costume..WOW hahah, thats me next year...to hand out candy..again lol
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Only thing I decorated was my dog...

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Only thing I decorated was my dog...

Thats great
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only got about 20 all together... I live in a housing development that has 1.5 acre lots so it'* quite a hike for most trick or treaters to make. Most of them were neibor kids...
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only got about 20 all together... I live in a housing development that has 1.5 acre lots so it'* quite a hike for most trick or treaters to make. Most of them were neibor kids...
Isn't your driveway like 3/4 of a mile long?

please note the hint of sarcasm
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We got twenty some odd. Good part is, plenty of leftovers!!! Halloween and Thanksgiving are the best leftover holdays!!
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Old 11-01-2005, 12:23 PM   #29
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I think we had about 40 usausly we have like 10, so i ran candy. In about month or less I will have to start work on the christmas display. I double are light that we had last year bught the light for like 70% off. I am might have problem powering it all. The power company going to love me this year. I have to compete with my family that hard to do
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The numbers were down quite a bit this year. But it doesn't help that 4 houses on our street turned out all their lights and left I still have a lot of candy left over. And yes PDad did a good job on the pumkins...but who cleaned them, and traced out the patterns........
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