You can always use a hand (or six) to keep you on the straight and narrow. Set of 6 staked lights glow with the look of severed hands reaching out of the grave; plug into a single AC outlet. Made of plastic. Lightbulbs included; end-to-end plug for plugging in several sets. Each 8″H including stake; cord: 144″L.
Set of 6 Halloween Lighted Skeleton Hands Stake Path Lights and Groundbreaker Outddoor Lawn Yard Decoration Walkway Pathway Haunted House Creepy Ghoul Decor
30 ft of fright tape – 4 designs to choose from – Each is 30 ft long and 3 inch width. – 4 designs are Enter at your own risk – Caution! – Beware – Haunted House. Get one or get a few..different tapes for different areas,the more you use the better the look.
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Struggling for Halloween costume ideas? Have you thought to turn it into a family affair this year and choose a theme for all of you?
You’ll find virtually a large number of ideas that you could think of for a theme for the family or a number of friends. You can grow it one step further and also throw a themed Halloween party.
While Halloween no longer restricts itself towards the ghostly, ghoulish, supernatural as well as horrifying that’s where it’s origins really lay. The most obvious theme then has to be a graveyard one or perhaps a haunted house and personally I have found this could be the most entertaining. The opportunities for costumes are numerous.
- Witch (they often cast spells within the graveyard)
- Vampire (midnight fresh new corpse snack)
- Grave digger
- Grave robbers
Even Frankenstein’s monster. He could be trying to find spare parts or possibly a brand new wife! Just let your own imagination run totally free.
Films and also comics are great sources of theme tips. Obviously most comics have been made into movies now. The most obvious one to one thinks of is actually Super heroes.
- Wonder woman
- Zena Warrior Princess
- The Green lantern
- Captain America
- Spider Man
This one actually is virtually an endless list.
You may even have one superhero as a theme for instance Batman. The Dark Knight threw up, probably just about the most memorable video personas ever. Heath Ledger’s Joker! What a wonderful halloween costume that one would be! Therefore, you may have a Dark Knight themed party with the Joker and his clowns. Batman and also, okay I am aware Robin, Batgirl and Catwoman just weren’t in the motion picture but we aren’t planning a remake here just a enjoyable night. So just call it a Batman theme party. To make it work well you may wish to have some talks so that you do not have too many of one character. Twenty Batmans and one Joker ain’t a fair fight!!
There is, obviously, a few obvious theme halloween costumes.
- The Adams family
- The Munsters
- The Incredibles
If you are just a couple, no large family you’ll be able to get in to the spirit of a theme. There are numerous renowned couples.
- Bonny and Clyde
- Anthony and Cleopatra
- Adam and Eve, even though this one might be a tad chilly for the end of Oct!
- A pirate couple
- A Medieval Couple
There are numerous really desirable as well as sexy halloween costumes for the females of all types. Consequently whilst a pirate, gangster or perhaps middle ages knight the ladies can be entirely femine if not downright sexy.
Additional theme suggestions:
- Pirates of the Caribbean
- Middle Ages
- X Men
- Star Trek
- Star Wars
- Robin Hood
- Wild West
When you put your thinking caps on there isn’t any limit to what you are able to think of. Simply two rules apply with regard to halloween night
- Let yourself go
- Have a great time.
Beistle 00571 J-O-L Paper Lanterns (3 Count). These pumpkin paper lanterns are the perfect way to get in the spirit of Halloween! Hang up these paper lanterns in your home, office, classroom, or at your Halloween party! These lanterns are sold in a set of three and measure 9 1/2 Inch each. Each orange lantern has a printed black jack-o-lantern face and has a metal insert.
As four young wanna-be Halloween vandals terrorize the far side of their neighborhood by smashing pumpkins, they encounter a jack’o'lantern that is by far the biggest and ugliest pumpkin they’ve seen this night. But this pumpkin is more than it appears…
A mild horror short story of about 1300 words.
*Also contains TWO bonus stories (NEITHER IS HORROR):
THE MOMENT (about 1500 words) and
SARAH’S PUPPY (about 1000 words)
And a short author’s note.
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Social agreement, like a treaty—or even as the trustworthy word of an honest human being—must be kept. Once broken, dissonance ensues, and conflict is sure to follow.
The American Dream, the sense that although flawed (as with everything that exists) the working people of our country have a chance at a decent living wage and the opportunity to educate and launch their children into prosperous futures, appears broken.
What the general public has sensed, that the economic system “as a whole” has been intensely managed in favor of a very small percentage of Americans, is now more keenly examined. The upward transfer of wealth, the continued impoverishment of the working population, the middle class and the poor—the story of greed and deception as practiced in so-called high finance—is out.
We can credit the occupiers at Wall Street for elevating these discussions into the public channels. The largely spontaneous movement signals a most powerful fact-pattern that is locking in for a substantial majority of American society. Given the deepening impacts of social media in political action, common thought travels wide and deep, and quickly, these days, and this particular message—that the system has gone top-heavy—resonated increasingly across the country and the world. (Some eighty percent of Americans say it is so).
The message out of the Occupy Wall Street is one that questions greed as the driving social value, and seeks to have a better moral (and competent) compass steer the path of a more equitable and commonly comprehensive society. Where the sense of the Commons? Where the Pluribus Unum? Where the social safety net? Where the future generations?
This kind of perception has been signaled over the American centuries by the traditional Indian elders, whose sensitivities toward the earth as a living being could tell them, long before Western scientists saw it, that it can be made fragile and can be damaged by the behavior of the human being. A people who highly value reciprocity and generosity in the extended, in-place community, quickly sizes up humans strictly driven by greed and deception. Much of what came at the Indian nations in the expansion of the new American republics was spearheaded by very raw greed. It’s an old story—not yet well told.
Recognizably, as a people, Americans have formed the most generous country on earth. The history of Indian treaties, as flawed as it became, began in some measure of principle and honesty. Things might have gone much better between Indians and the new polities that came to the hemisphere; that they went so awry is largely due policies driven by the greed of acquisition and confiscation of Indian property (lands), in various forms, by the new governments. Again, this is an old song, and there has been much experience, both positive and negative. One lesson is that greed will have its way, unless its ultimate incapacity to lead is clearly understood.
This new old song surfaces, and forcefully, in the contemporary national discourse as a large cross-section of American society feels the same pain of progressive dispossession of a “way of life,” squeezed increasingly out of existence by power social forces. Is the treaty of the country with its own citizens now also broken?
John Mohawk, the renowned Native philosopher from the Seneca Nation (Haudenosaune, d. 2006), encapsulated what might be a good message to the Wall Street Occupiers and a good addition to the larger discussion generated by the protests. Globally, the earth-bound, locally productive traditions of the indigenous peoples are severely threatened. Yet, the indigenous traditions join other knowledge bases of local-regional agricultural and small industry production that could model new social concepts of good human life and development of sustainable practice in energy and natural resource consumption.
Traditionalist, author and university scholar, Mohawk was and remains one of the deep thinkers of the Native world. Trained by parents from a clan of farmers, herbalists, longhouse ceremonial leaders, then emerging a modern intellectual and persistent activist, Mohawk focused a discourse of economic independence among and by the Native nations and communities. The prescription included business and trade, but also a deep attachment to land and the proportional growth of economic activity generated at local and area levels, including high attention to local, indigenous food and medicinal production and protection of water bases.
Mohawk acknowledged that his indigenous prescription is modeled for a people who already come from a land-based culture, who can recover their own knowledge of how to produce from small farms. But he would offer that the main principle—accountability of scale—has applicability at all levels of planning and production. On a larger scale, even on national and even international levels, the notion that the whole country and world could greatly benefit from smaller (not necessarily small) rather than bigger and biggest operational structures (such as “too big to fail”) becomes an increasingly appreciable principle.
Mohawk’s thinking is not a bad point of departure for a discussion on bottom-line, safety-net economics in North America.
As the Seneca philosopher liked to say, “The question, ‘when is enough, enough?’ is worth asking, and should be asked.”