What Kind of Neighbors Do You Have?

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  1. Is that supposed to be Peter Dinklage? I loved him as Bilbo in that show with the wizard, Larry Cupboard I think it was called.

    • @Arch Stanton

      “Is that supposed to be Peter Dinklage? I loved him as Bilbo in that show with the wizard, Larry Cupboard I think it was called.”

      ‘Bilbo’ (Bilbo Baggins – a Hobbit character) was a character with a wizard (Gandolf) in the movie franchise ‘Lord Of The Rings’. ‘Bilbo’, in the LOTR movie franchise was never played by Peter Dinklage.

      There was a written story called ‘THE SKELETON IN THE CUPBOARD’ that had a character named ‘Larry’ but that did not involve any actors or a wizard so Peter Dinklage wasn’t in that.

      Peter Dinklage did play a character in “Game of Thrones” but that didn’t really have a wizard but had a kind of ‘witch’ (Melisandre, often referred to as the Red Woman or the Red Witch, was a Red Priestess in the religion of R’hllor) like character and a very slight sort of ‘supernatural’ aspect at times, but there was no ‘Bilbo’ character.

      The movie/tv shows/narration credits on IMDB for Peter Dinklage don’t show any credit as a ‘Bilbo’ character in anything in his credits.

      I can’t find any information on a show with a wizard and a ‘Bilbo’ character with a show title ‘Larry Cupboard’.

      You may be misremembering.

      • lol. Actually pulling out the “aaaaackchualllly….” nerd-splaining.

        Star Wizards Ring Vampire Thrones are totally important. You nerds are like sportsball consoooomers.

        Send AmaDisFlix some more money. I’m sure they appreciate it.

    • Is that supposed to be Peter Dinklage? I loved him as Bilbo in that show with the wizard, Larry Cupboard I think it was called.

      Now that’s funny.

      I also appreciate .40 cal’s corrections. TTAG = The Truth About Genres.

  2. In my ‘hood, the kids go trick-or-treating, the adults (the cool ones, anyway, *cough*) carry mugs.

    The kids say “Trick-or-treat!” and hold their bags open, the adults then step forward and say “Trick-or-drink!”.

    Kids get candy, adults get a shot of rum (usually, sometimes bourbon). 🙂

    The fun’s over.

    I feel for you in New Jersey. Check this out :

    • Constitutionality aside, I just can’t feel sorry for anyone choosing to live in an oppressive, authoritarian state. They vote. They get. As for the rest of us, we stay out of NJ and CA and NY and…

    • why is this even up for debate in NJ? The second amendment is the second amendment, either you support it or do not support it – but no matter your own personal opinion or desires and no matter if you support it or not, it is still the second amendment and a constitutional right period. To say “I support the second amendment.” then essentially say “But, here are the restrictions I want to place on it to keep people from exercising the second amendment and here is the bill to do that ….” is not supporting the second amendment period. Then saying, basically, “The bill is about safety and not guns…” is simply trying to justify removing or restricting the exercise of the second amendment because you do not really support it and want your will imposed on the people. Assemblyman Joe Danielson is a liar and an idiot.

      And the chairwoman keeps throwing in “I’m a woman” as if that qualifies her to speak for all woman who want to exercise their second amendment right – what a sexist discriminatory pig to assume you have a right to impose your view to make a law that restricts the exercise of the second amendment for woman.

    • The original “Trick or Treat” was to provide cash or alcohol or your house (or business) was burnt to the ground, with you probably in it.

      Much like an antifa or blm “mostly peaceful protest”.

    • The Democrat politician claimed that banning purse-carry isn’t discriminatory because, he said, “A man can carry a purse” too.
      Yep, that’s the argument he’s going with.
      After listening to the testimony, I’m more determined than ever to replace every Democrat legislator in New Jersey. (And more determined than ever to move out of New Jersey, but that’s not possible for my family within the next five years).

      • You live in NJ. Moving out of it is like moving to a different county in TX. I bet you could move if you really wanted to do so. There are freedom loving states awaiting.

  3. STOPPED DOOR TO DOOR YEARS AGO , MAYBE GO TO MALL IF HAVE SOME EVEN , HOPE NOT TO RUN INTO GANGS , BANG BANG .. STAY HOME WATCH KILLING ON TV . MORE POPCORN PLEASE , N PASS THA AMMO , OR CLEAN GUNS , MORE OIL PLEASE .. CANDY JUST RUIN TEETH , MAKE DENIST HAPPY IF HAVE INSURANCE , IF NOT POOR WALLET …
    HAPPY HALLOOOWEEEN

  4. If this was my family all I can see is a fight between me and my old lady over who gets the RPGs and a bawling kid that better be happy about the candy

  5. the kind of neighborhood i want to live in:
    on rainy days and mondays
    everybody stares out their front picture window
    and wonders
    “is my rifle thinking about me too”

  6. No trick or treaters in my neighborhood. I’m a bit out of the way with no street lights.
    Neighbors? Hardly see them.

  7. Here on the High Plains of Colorado (very small farming communities), they quit door to door years ago, and have gone to Truck or Treat/Trunk or Treat parties hosted by various churches, the consolidated school, and other civic minded organizations.
    Everyone climbs in their vehicle, and we all drive around to the various locales that are set up. As the community we live in has less than 300 people in it, but the population is higher with various farms and ranches spread over the county the total county population is higher, so this does make it easiercon the kids to get together and sugar coma out on Halloween.
    Rural Life has its pros and cons, but I wouldn’t trade it for any amount of money.

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