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What are your views on trick or treat on All Souls Eve (Hallowe'een)? Many elderly UK people dislike


 
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    Tim Mitchell (tsmog) 2 years ago

    Thank you Glenis Rix for this honor as Best Answer :-) And, the Hub Ideas as a grouping to campaign in the next year. I will give thought to a strategy, plan & action steps. Thankfully I have time. Thanks for the treat :-)

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    GlenR (Glenis Rix) 2 years ago

    Bonfire night was a damp squib yesterday. It rained! Saw the film Suffragette instead of watching money go up in smoke. The suffragettes were also, fundamentally, terrorists. Moral question in both cases - does the ends justify the means?

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    GlenR (Glenis Rix) 2 years ago

    Yes, I have heard of kids hurling raw eggs at windows as a 'trick' at Halloween. My local weekly newspaper published a cartoon cut out poster this week for people to stick in a prominent position. It reads 'Sorry, NO trick or treats'.