Ecard text: Trick'o'treating teaches children how to run extortion rackets for candy. You might as well just TELL them to grow up and become bankers.
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I don't really know anything about the history of Halloween but (and this is just a theory) I have basically assumed that the early Americans really hated pumpkins.
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I don't really know anything about the history of Halloween but (and this is just a theory) I have basically assumed that the early Americans really hated pumpkins.

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Ecard text: The most successful 'trick or treat' in history was carried out by some merry pranksters in the Wall Street  investment banking community, and it led to the passing of the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008.
Ecard text: If we lose our jobs, let's start a small non-profit devoted to teaching bankers on Wall Street how to tie an effective noose. ps. yes I know i'm a genius.
Ecard text: i am secretly relieved that my burning desire to hang wall street executives from the nearest lamp post is fast becoming socially acceptable.
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