Friday, October 31, 2008

A Halloween reflection.



Witches holiday.

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It really is a witches holiday - Christianized of course, only to be re-paganized for our times. It is amazing how many adults celebrate it with cross-dressing and other stimulants - and many do not limit themselves to the last day in October any longer either.
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No they don't Michael Jackson. We are living in a culture that accepts men dressed as women, and women as men; young girls dressed as sluts, and young men dressed like clowns; drag queens dressed like nuns, and nuns dressed like business women; Brides dressed as grooms, grooms as brides; and finally, even public nudity and sex. (San Francisco... Folsom St. festival...) Not to forget we are now capable of making our own Frankenstein monsters as well... clone-o-rama!
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Yeah, so Halloween isn't just for a day anymore, it is a lifestyle.

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  2. Georgette5:47 PM

    Boy, you can say that again!

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  3. Terry, help! I need an actress to be the face of Bunny Bixler, fast! Who? Whom? Whatever.
    Margaret Rutherford's doing Mildred. Peggy Cass will be Agnes. It's for a bug the bunny ( Not her, the other one. ) website. I'll explain later.

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  4. How about Dina Merrill?

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  5. Perfect! And I found a good film website in the process. HERE. Tee-hee! We be stinkers!

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  6. I couldn't agree with you more. Especially about nuns and their business atires. How generic is that?

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