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CCCD: ZOMBIE!!! Friday!

Friday, October 20, 2006 by Geoff

Here is a simple but ZOMBIE!!!-lishious game. In Zombie 4 you are a blue dot (it might be purple), you have a gun and you kill the yellow dots (they might be green). The yellow and or green dots infect the blue and or purple dots making the zombies and or yellow and or green dots.

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Have a Crazy, Psycho, Crazed Halloween

Thursday, October 19, 2006 by Geoff

With the Halloween season under way, mental health advocates have a simple request:

Scare people with ghouls and goblins. Fill your haunted house with trap doors and tombstones. But leave out the "psychiatric wards," the "insane asylums" and the bloodthirsty killers in straitjackets.


The Whole demented, deranged, dingy, dippy, erratic, flaky, flipped, flipped out, haywire, idiotic, insane, kooky, lunatic, mad, maniacal, mental*, nuts, nutty, psycho, screw loose, screwball, screwy,unbalanced, unglued, unhinged, unzipped, wacky, whacko Article

What is going on! We are going backwards in time, we are heading to the 50's. It is Halloween people! Maniacs are scary. You know why? Because they kill people, and eat people. How many haunted houses or haunted hayrides have you gone to that feature the ghastly room of the DEPRESSED!Oh, no! The depressed people are so scary, hurry, don't let them...depress you! Get a life. Norman Bates, Michael Myers, Dr. Lecture -- SCARY PSYCHOPATHS! Terrell Owens, the man talking to himself on Syder Ave, My Dad -- unscary mental patients.

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CCCD: This Means War...with Pumpkin Tactics

by Geoff

Last night, between the hours of seven and eleven PM, our pumpkin was stolen. The pumpkin was located next to a bale of hay in front of my South Philadelphia row home. At this time there are no witnesses; the evil doer(s) remain at large.

So, my question is how do I get back at them. I am assuming it was some punk or punks. Should I just wait until Halloween to put out my other pumpkins, or should I put out another one and booby-trap it? I'm thinking: I put out another and cover it in vaseline and hide tiny pins in it. Do you have any suggestions?

Funny thing is, we were going to throw that pumpkin out this upcoming trash day. It had a pumpkin form of blood bleeding legions, with a side of AIDS. Stupid punks.

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CCCD: Hocus Pocus Haiku

Wednesday, October 18, 2006 by Geoff



I wanted to write about a Halloween guilty pleasure of mine: Hocus Pocus. I know what you're thinking, "What is that smell?," but I know what else you are thinking, "You say you are a horror fan, how the hell can you like Hocus Pocus." Well, Reader, I do. Hocus Pocus came out during a very delicate time in my life, I was about 12; not a kid, not a grown up. I needed something real in my life, something to make me say, "Yes! I am a live!" Hocus Pocus was that something. How couldn't it be? It had Witches, an English speaking cat, a Zombie, the kid from Eerie, Indian, the girl with the big kick from Ladybugs, what more could you ask for? It also had that Halloween feel. I don't know how to explain it but it had it. So, without further ado, here is me paying homage with a haiku:

Bette Midler, witch bitch
virgin lights black flame candle
near apocalypse




If you share the same love for Hocus Pocus check out this page.


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CCCD: The Pumpkin King

Tuesday, October 17, 2006 by Geoff

Man's Halloween obsession: scary or just all in fun?
Griffith has carved a total of 25,798 pumpkins since 1978. As the number of pumpkins he attempted to carve each year multiplied, more and more volunteers have been needed to help.

I'm no pumpkin expert, but that is a whole lotta pumpkins!


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CCCD: Costume Idears

Monday, October 16, 2006 by Geoff

Consumers will drop an estimated $4.96 billion on Halloween this season, up significantly from $3.29 billion a year ago...If all those dollar signs give you the creeps, don't fret. If you're creative, there are plenty of ways to look great on Halloween without spending much...Here are a few more ideas for costumes made from finds around the house:
  • Train engineer- Hot-glue the paper plate to the front of the tunic.
  • Mommy's Little Mummy - or use toilet paper
  • Puppy - Add "dog ears" to a wool watch cap,
  • Crazy Hair Dudes and Gals - Glob on hair gel to sweep your child's hair straight up
  • Nighty Nite - Put comfy PJs on your child
  • Tannenbaum - Dress your child in a green sweatshirt and sweatpants. Attach holiday ornaments to the sweats...

  • Whole Cheap-ass Article

    I am all for being thrifty when it comes to making Halloween costumes, you are reading words from a man who bought a woman's pant suit from Ross for his Michael Jackson costume, but these ideas are horrible. I realize that these are costume ideas for kids, kids of poor, child loathing parents, but for christ sake, put some thought in to these maaaaan! Unless your goal is to have your kid killed the next day in school, then, by all means dress your kid as a Tannenbaum (WTF!), or Crazy Hair Dudes and Gals. But if you are just a horribly uncreative, "Oh, well I read in Today's Woman you should do this" parent and you don't want your child dead, then here are some cheap, ghoulishly great costume ideas.

  • Internal Bleeding Man/Woman - give your kid a pale complexion using some white make-up, then insert several blood capsules into their mouth and tell them to bite. Tell them to add some gargling sounds, and BAM! Your kid is bleeding-out, internally. For added gore add some fake blood streaming from the ear. Nothing says internal bleeding more than a bloody ear canal.

  • Stumpy - place your kid in a one-size-too-big, white, button up dress shirt. Sew the sleeve hole of weak hand closed. Add some stuffing, (eg. newspaper, other clothes) to said sleeve hole to avoid the This-is-just-a-hand-not-stump look. Proceed to saturate stump in fake blood. Add white make-up for blood loss complexion. Fin.

  • Original Night of the Living Dead Zombie - Similar to Internal Bleeding person, but so different. Put white make-up on face for the pale, recently deceased look, THEN use darker make up (blue or black) to shade contours of cheeks, and to darken under the eyes. Blood is optional.

    And if you need more ideas watch this.



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