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Happy Halloween From Theo and Molly and the Humoroutcasts Family

October 31, 2017
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Happy Halloween! May your day be filled with lots of treats and a minimum of tricks! Enjoy!   Donna CavanaghDonna Cavanagh is founder of HumorOutcasts.com (HO) and the partner publishing company, HumorOutcasts Press which now…

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How To Incorporate Ignorance And Racism Into Your Halloween Costume

October 28, 2015
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Halloween is a unique holiday because it always backfires on people who try to pass off their ignorance and racism as humor via their costume. Consider the guy who dressed up in a Neighborhood Watch…

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Sometimes Life Hands You Lemons – Sometimes You Are the Lemon

June 4, 2015
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Sometimes Life Hands You Lemons – Sometimes You Are the Lemon

During the 90s I worked for a local television station. One individual, a popular author, who was responsible for airing the program, wrote and began shooting a movie during that time. I was more than…

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Let the Mask Down: Black Leather Chaps, Vampires, and Norsemen

October 15, 2014
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Let the Mask Down: Black Leather Chaps, Vampires, and Norsemen

Years ago, I spotted the chubby gay guy, his hairy butt hanging out of leather chaps. He stood on a patch of lawn, bare-chested in a studded harness, sipping a beer. “I want to talk…

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Halloween Jagoffs (Part Deux!)

October 30, 2013
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Halloween Jagoffs (Part Deux!)

  Before I start, remember that kid Halloween gag: Tell someone to hold their tongue and say, “My dad sells SHIPS down at the SHIP yard.” Gather yer pillow cases, its time for trick-or-treating!!! A…

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Scary Cold On Halloween

October 30, 2013
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SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK   In my adult years I’ve never been a fan of Halloween, especially now that I’m not supposed to be eating candy anymore. I mean, what’s the point? It pained me…

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Vintage Halloween WTF-ery

October 27, 2013
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Vintage Halloween WTF-ery

  Maybe it was the cocaine talkin’, but Halloween costumes took a decidedly creepy turn in the early 20th century. With most costumes made from what was laying around the house — bicycle parts, kitchen…

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The New World of Wrestling: Catfighting

August 19, 2013
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The New World of Wrestling: Catfighting

Often I wonder…well, not often… maybe once…honestly, it was about 30 minutes ago…how can we “class up” wrestling?  I know what you’re thinking:  Why fool with perfection?  But sometimes you just have to take that…

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The Crimson Chubby

July 22, 2013
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The Crimson Chubby

Every year there are attendees at Comic-Con known as cosplayers who like to dress up as their favorite characters. Some put an amazing amount of work into their costumes. I took a picture of this…

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Halloween: Life Lessons in Costumes and Candy

October 18, 2012
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Halloween: Life Lessons in Costumes and Candy

Some people believe that Halloween is merely an opportunity to dress up and get free Reese’s. But if you dig a little deeper, it’s clear there’s so much more going on. Halloween can bring parents…

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