My kids enjoy the holidays and the traditions attached to them, that's good enough for me. Quite honestly, one of the things I am envious of with them is that they will likely never become embittered over the vagaries associated with all of the holidays. For them, it's a chance to have fun. If someone wants to obstruct that in any way (as Ragu and PK seem to want to), so be it, that's their choice. Shaking canes and bibles can be fun, too, I reckon.
Lolz. I won't stand in the way of any Halloween fun. For one...I'll never see a trick or treater. One of the benefits of living out in the sticks. The kiddos will get dressed up and go out.
Just not a huge fan of the overly commercialized Fall/Winter/Spring holidays. Now Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day? That's a party.
It's a pagan holiday basically along the lines of satanic worship. That and i can't stand smiling and lying to neighbors about how cute their kids look in their overpriced staten island costumes. And the 18 year olds walking around like common street walkers just get me depressed that im 37. Put Saint Anthony outside with a stern look in front of the door and a piece of scripture above Corinthians 10:21
You cannot drink the cup of the Lord and the cup of demons. You cannot partake of the table of the Lord and the table of demons. .. , , ,that should make them think twice about knocking.
And if anyone goes missing he had nothing to do with it.