: Halloween Weirdos (Adults)



Sandy
10-26-06, 07:59 AM
We've got this guy in our neighborhood. He's in his late 60s and I believe his wife past away, and that they never had any offspring. A few years ago he hit the big one, The Lottery, for like 16 million. So, every year at Halloween he hands out the BIG bars of name brand candy. You know, the $2.50 bar at the grocery store, the BIG one ! Every kid, big or little gets one. So far, okay, but what they don't see is that when he drops into their bag the candy, he also drops in this offensive professionally printed 3x5 file card. The file card advises that celebrating Halloween is sinfull and believing in ghosts and whatnot and witches is the road to hell and illness and suffering. Then it goes on to say that if you are Asian, Jewish, Indian or a "Non-Beleiver" {whatever that is} that you & Mommy & Daddy are going to burn in hell.
The guy never moved and still lives in a little modest house. When he won the 16 mil he had the first year Ford Taurus, maybe like 1983. Last year he bought a Pontiac Gran Am base model 4-door, used off a used car lot, with a big "keyed" scratch on the side, that nodody has fixed.

Anybody else got any Halloween weirdos near them?

PhantomCadillac
10-26-06, 08:31 AM
When I was growing up we had a couple at the top of the street who would have scary movies and serve hot dogs in their basement.:thumbsup:

They were later arrested for porn. :eek: That was in the 60's.

My how times have changed. I really don't remember them doing anything weird but I was only 5 at the time and I think other adults from the street attended all the movies too. In that day you couldn't get away with anything because every adult would rat you out to your parents. I think that is what is missing in todays society.

Elvis
10-26-06, 08:34 AM
When I was growing up we had a couple at the top of the street who would have scary movies and serve hot dogs in their basement.:thumbsup:

They were later arrested for porn. :eek: That was in the 60's.

My how times have changed. I really don't remember them doing anything weird but I was only 5 at the time and I think other adults from the street attended all the movies too. In that day you couldn't get away with anything because every adult would rat you out to your parents. I think that is what is missing in todays society.

Not that I'm an advocate of porn, but I'll bet that the porn those people got busted for would run on HBO today without a problem.

PhantomCadillac
10-26-06, 08:46 AM
Your probaly right. But in that day it was big news:tisk: . And everything has tobe remembered in the context of the day.
It is like $.30 a gallon gas and not remembering you were making $1.60 and hour.

Koooop
10-26-06, 11:18 AM
I'd give the neighborhood kids several costco size toilet papers (I mean the whole sack! Dozens of rolls) and tell them to go wipe that crap out of the neighborhood! Just drop a roll in each kids sack and tell them where to use it!

Rolex
10-26-06, 03:34 PM
IM me his address Sandy and I'll go toilet paper his house and light a paper bag full of Zeus' poop on his front porch and ring his door bell. :D

SpeedyArizona
10-26-06, 03:48 PM
Simple explanation: Religious zealot

I'd like to see that card:D.

illumina
10-26-06, 04:12 PM
Sandy, you should dress up as Jesus and tell your neighboor that he is going to Hell. That'll give him something to chew on :p

DILLIGAF
10-26-06, 07:16 PM
We've got this guy in our neighborhood. He's in his late 60s and I believe his wife past away, and that they never had any offspring. A few years ago he hit the big one, The Lottery, for like 16 million. So, every year at Halloween he hands out the BIG bars of name brand candy. You know, the $2.50 bar at the grocery store, the BIG one ! Every kid, big or little gets one. So far, okay, but what they don't see is that when he drops into their bag the candy, he also drops in this offensive professionally printed 3x5 file card. The file card advises that celebrating Halloween is sinfull and believing in ghosts and whatnot and witches is the road to hell and illness and suffering. Then it goes on to say that if you are Asian, Jewish, Indian or a "Non-Beleiver" {whatever that is} that you & Mommy & Daddy are going to burn in hell.
The guy never moved and still lives in a little modest house. When he won the 16 mil he had the first year Ford Taurus, maybe like 1983. Last year he bought a Pontiac Gran Am base model 4-door, used off a used car lot, with a big "keyed" scratch on the side, that nodody has fixed.

Anybody else got any Halloween weirdos near them?My greatgrandfather used to hand out Bible phrases(a little red book)bought them by the hundreds.He was a retired preacher,its funny how some people remember getting those things at his house.Weird as ---- but he meant well.

danbuc
10-26-06, 08:23 PM
I got a slice of pizza from my next door neighbor one time. I guess h forgot to buy candy, and his son's (who at the time where about 18....I was like 8 at the time) had ordered some pizza's. In the end, pizza and candy are equally good at that age, so I didn't care. I just ate it as I walked to the next house. I could do this with ease, since I was storing the candy in my costume. I went as a haunted mini-fridge that year.....it was a pretty bad ass costume.

Stoneage_Caddy
10-26-06, 09:03 PM
We've got this guy in our neighborhood. He's in his late 60s and I believe his wife past away, and that they never had any offspring. A few years ago he hit the big one, The Lottery, for like 16 million. So, every year at Halloween he hands out the BIG bars of name brand candy. You know, the $2.50 bar at the grocery store, the BIG one ! Every kid, big or little gets one. So far, okay, but what they don't see is that when he drops into their bag the candy, he also drops in this offensive professionally printed 3x5 file card. The file card advises that celebrating Halloween is sinfull and believing in ghosts and whatnot and witches is the road to hell and illness and suffering. Then it goes on to say that if you are Asian, Jewish, Indian or a "Non-Beleiver" {whatever that is} that you & Mommy & Daddy are going to burn in hell.
The guy never moved and still lives in a little modest house. When he won the 16 mil he had the first year Ford Taurus, maybe like 1983. Last year he bought a Pontiac Gran Am base model 4-door, used off a used car lot, with a big "keyed" scratch on the side, that nodody has fixed.

Anybody else got any Halloween weirdos near them?

you didnt tell me pat robertson lived up the street ...

bad joke aside , dont fret about that old bastard. He has spent his wealth distirbuteing messages of hatred towards his fellow man (violateing that whole love thy neibor deal). He has also judged (hmm yet another infraction), which the fine folks upstars will most likely frown upon. None of which hhe has done was for the glory of the lord.

My advice to my hebrew towncar weidling freind would be to unite the neibord jewish , chathloics, muslims, aithests and whatever else you can get on the bandwagon to form a blockade on this guys house so childeren and parents will not be able to go near his doorbell. Then they wont have to deal with such messages of hatred on what should be a joyous holiday for kids and grownups....Banding together regardless of religon to perserve some of the innocense of childhood falls more inline with any holy book then what that guy has been up to....

In the 50s , lunatics like that were ostriczed by the nieborhood , and the kids never went to the "crazymans" house on halloween ...and if "leave it to beavers" dad ever found such things in the kids bag the old man whoulda gotten an ass whoopin , along with beaver for going near that guys house ....

DILLIGAF
10-26-06, 09:11 PM
Stoney----DUDE,the big candy bars,THE BIG CANDY BARS!Somebody hands me a huge candy bar,they can call my momma a ho and I wouldn't care.Shit dude,i'd head back for another one!Pound a chocolate on the line here.

Stoneage_Caddy
10-26-06, 09:14 PM
if your a real halloween master like i was ....you knew where all the big candy was handed out ....my hauls usualy outweighed thankxgiving turkeys

if someone called my momma a hoe after giving me a candy bar .....youd bet your ass id be back .....cuz thatd be that years house to vandalize ...

DILLIGAF
10-26-06, 09:18 PM
Halloween is rookie night for a true vandal.Kinda like New Years eve is for ME!

I~LUV~Caddys8792
10-26-06, 11:15 PM
Hell my neighbors are some big bible thumpers. On halloween, instead of passing out candy, they passed out little flyers saying how Jesus was king and how he's coming back to earth. Not that I don't believe it, but I hate when people push religion on you. The entire neighborhood had a talk with them, and nobody ever went to their house again.

dp102288
10-27-06, 08:24 AM
I went as a haunted mini-fridge that year.....it was a pretty bad ass costume.

That is a good ass costume idea!!

I used to like halloween, but now its just another day. I am even going to class halloween night. Maybe I am weird??? :)

Sandy
10-27-06, 08:34 AM
This year we will be handing out WHOPPERS & BUTTERFINGERS and printed passages from the Torah, printed in Hebrew. :stirpot:

Just kidding. We will be handing out a single (1 piece) M&M. Those who stay for our Bible Reading will be given a 1 pound Hershey Bar. Hey, competition is good.

I may put a sign on the door.....

"OLD PEOPLE LIVE HERE ~ IT TAKES US 5 MINUTES TO
WALK DOWN, PLEASE WAIT !" (he he)

CIWS
10-27-06, 12:27 PM
Halloween is rookie night for a true vandal.Kinda like New Years eve is for ME!

Halloween is the only night of the year you can dress in a disguise and kill someone and it may be hours before they realize it wasn't fake.....

nickc50310
10-27-06, 01:12 PM
My dad has recently become a bit of a Halloween weirdo. Hes a pretty wealthy guy. Hes also really fun and wild and loves to make people happy. He doesnt give a shat what people say or think he does what he wants and has fun. On Halloween he also passes out the full size candy bars. He doesnt give out bible readings or anything weird like that. He just stands on the front lawn and yells at the top of his lungs that he has full size candy bars! Its funny as hell and me and my brother were calling him crazy last year. I usually dont pass out candy at my house because of my neighboorhood. I dont think many kids go trick or treating in my neighborhood.

TagApl4
10-27-06, 01:48 PM
We've got this guy in our neighborhood. He's in his late 60s and I believe his wife past away, and that they never had any offspring. A few years ago he hit the big one, The Lottery, for like 16 million. So, every year at Halloween he hands out the BIG bars of name brand candy. You know, the $2.50 bar at the grocery store, the BIG one ! Every kid, big or little gets one. So far, okay, but what they don't see is that when he drops into their bag the candy, he also drops in this offensive professionally printed 3x5 file card. The file card advises that celebrating Halloween is sinfull and believing in ghosts and whatnot and witches is the road to hell and illness and suffering. Then it goes on to say that if you are Asian, Jewish, Indian or a "Non-Beleiver" {whatever that is} that you & Mommy & Daddy are going to burn in hell.
The guy never moved and still lives in a little modest house. When he won the 16 mil he had the first year Ford Taurus, maybe like 1983. Last year he bought a Pontiac Gran Am base model 4-door, used off a used car lot, with a big "keyed" scratch on the side, that nodody has fixed.

Anybody else got any Halloween weirdos near them?


Make friends and get in the will. This old man is sitting on bread!

Spyder
10-27-06, 05:02 PM
Good to know...I'll not eat any sandwiches he may offer.

thydarkprevails
10-27-06, 06:59 PM
we always had the neighbors that would give us a penny or 2, instead of candy


wtf is that, who want's a penny?


talk about marking yourself for late night tp'ing..jeez

Sandy
10-27-06, 09:03 PM
Ya, I used to get that, too, waaaay back around 1960, when I was 14. But, hey....a penny was worth something then ! My wife likes Halloween, personally to me it's no biggie. I give the candy out and say goodbye. My wife is like "Ooooo, youuuu looook so sweet! You're a princess, right? (No, Karen she's a bull fighter!) ~ and this is your brooother, right? Tommy is that youuuuu ? I like your football outfit, youuu loooook jus like a reeeel foootball plaaaayer !! Heres candy for both of you.

Sandy opens door, drops candies into bags and says bye.

I~LUV~Caddys8792
10-27-06, 09:11 PM
Sandy, if I go trick or treating at your house, can I get some brochures?? :D

Stoneage_Caddy
10-27-06, 10:56 PM
you know a few years ago i bet sandy greeted the kids diffrently ....

"hi kids , wheres you mom and dad? i saw that vallaint there driving , dont ya think they should trade up to a new fury?" "here kids ,give this card to your daddy"

Sandy
10-27-06, 11:52 PM
That's hysterical, Strony! I love it! What a great idea Ah....no, I will not be handing out brochures this year. I just (BTW) had delivered filing cabinet# 11, so, it's now 55 drawers of brochures, dating back to 1958. ~ But I did poorly last year (2006). All of the GM dealers closed up in this county, and it's too far to schlep to go all the way over to another county, and all of my friends who were in the business either retired or got out, so...I have no friends left in it to hand me piles of premium brochures and mid year specials and and and. Now, I only get FoMoCo & Dodge & Chrysler & Jeep. 'Ya, Sad!:confused:

TomDeville
10-28-06, 12:00 AM
I am inclined to agree about the Will.
It would be prudent to ingratiate yourself
with the freak. Make him think he's
got an anti halloween convert, and score
some of that dough. The $16 million is growing;
he sure isn't spending it on cars; but, you
can bet his preacher is in on the action.:devilheh:

Halloween is fun! I hope you all enjoy yourselves.

Best Regards,

TomDeville:cool2:
:cool2:

davesdeville
10-28-06, 08:17 AM
The first year Taurus was an 86. I don't know any Halloween weirdos, or have anything else to contribute to the thread. Ehh.

CIWS
10-28-06, 08:27 AM
Shit dude,i'd head back for another one!Pound a chocolate on the line here.


Or just go up to his house and tell him you heard this was the house to come to in order to Pound Chocolate...... :eek: ;)

I~LUV~Caddys8792
10-28-06, 09:32 AM
That's hysterical, Strony! I love it! What a great idea Ah....no, I will not be handing out brochures this year. I just (BTW) had delivered filing cabinet# 11, so, it's now 55 drawers of brochures, dating back to 1958. ~ But I did poorly last year (2006). All of the GM dealers closed up in this county, and it's too far to schlep to go all the way over to another county, and all of my friends who were in the business either retired or got out, so...I have no friends left in it to hand me piles of premium brochures and mid year specials and and and. Now, I only get FoMoCo & Dodge & Chrysler & Jeep. 'Ya, Sad!:confused:


So how did you get them all? Just by going to dealers and taking them? I tried that for a while, but i didn't like bothering sales people into giving me some. Now I just get the ones for the really special cars...

dp102288
10-28-06, 09:48 AM
Or just go up to his house and tell him you heard this was the house to come to in order to Pound Chocolate......


^^ Excellent!

Sandy
10-29-06, 07:36 AM
So how did you get them all? Just by going to dealers and taking them? I tried that for a while, but i didn't like bothering sales people into giving me some. Now I just get the ones for the really special cars...

I was working, then, and had to be at work by 9AM ~ so I left a little early and stopped off at a different dealer every day. The service Dept. opens at 8 AM (usually) and i'd just walk in thru there and find my way into the showroom and grab 1 of each and snoop around for more, usually on window ledges ~ besides, car salesmen can only be friends with other car salesmen as nobody else works those looong hours! If you have friends outside of car guys you'll get invited to Memorial Day get-togethers, 4th of July picnics, Labor Day picnics, parties around (prior) to Christmas and the like, & we have to work all those days, so you'll never get to go to those things, anyhow. So, I had lots of friends selling at other dealership & we swapped the "good & special" stuff back 'n forth.
Color Chip charts were always great to save! I own over 200 of them from 1964 to 2005. Accessory brochures, too. Pontiac was BIG on them, I have them all from 1964 thru 1981 when they quit doing them.
When I worked, I did just a sneeze under 70 hours a week, so, there was no social life. I met my wife on the showroom floor when she came in too look at cars. THAT is a story for another day....

Adam
10-29-06, 09:06 AM
Sandy, you should dress up as Jesus and tell your neighboor that he is going to Hell. That'll give him something to chew on :p


HA! that is the greatest thing i have heard this week!

Adam
10-29-06, 09:07 AM
oh, no Halloween weirdos around me. matter of fact, round here, its pretty much like any other holiday. they hang decorations and kids walk up and down the street and get candy. no offensive cards or anything... although when i was a kid you had to be careful of the neighborhoods you did go to...

EcSTSatic
10-30-06, 07:59 AM
Speaking of wierdos. It's sad when you have to go this far to protect animals at Halloween. When we had a black cat we made sure she was inside on the week of Halloween.
Black cat adoptions banned on Halloween (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20061028/ap_on_fe_st/black_cat_adoptions)

Sandy
10-30-06, 08:23 AM
I never harmed an animal in my life. Only sick people, or those with zero conscience or morals could do such. That's sad, it shows how far we as a people haven't come. When I was a little boy I had a goldfish. After about a half year the goldfish died. I found him dead at the bottom of the bowl he lived in. My Mom taught me how to say a prayer in Hebrew, thanking God for the pleasure "Goldie" had brought me, and thanking God for his life. :worship:
I still love all animals ~ especially dogs ! WOOF :)

dp102288
10-30-06, 09:37 AM
^^ Wow at the article.

I try not to make halloween get in my way of daily stuff. Only slows me down.