Dudes winning at Halloween

Dexter Morgan (from the Showtime series Dexter)

Beaker and Bunsen

Blue Screen of Death (from Microsoft)

Edward Scissorhands

The dude from Memento (a movie about a guy with short term memory loss so he has to tattoo recent events on himself)

Awesome-O (from Southpark)

Animal (from the Muppets)

Jay & Silent Bob (From Clerks)

Calvin & Hobbes

Luke Skywalker riding a Ton Ton

Best Halloween Costumes

Mrs Nesbit version of the mentally and physically broken Buzz Lightyear (from Toy Story 1):

Booze and cigarettes, Father Son edition:

This guy made the best of the flood in Thailand:

Half dude & chick:

Lumpy Space Princess (from Adventure Time):

Oogie Boogie, the Boogie man (from Nightmare before Christmas)

Dave Chappelle’s addict character (Chappele Show)

Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy

Rebecca Black

Baby Ewok:

Ace Ventura:

Dalai Lama

Depictions of Faceless white victims = Anti-Black Racism

Stuffed white people hanging from trees are the new black people getting lynched? Logic says what?

The mayor of Frederick, Md., says a controversial Halloween display featuring three faceless dummies hanging from a willow tree will remain at a city park, despite complaints from the NAACP.

Guy Djoken, president of Frederick County’s NAACP chapter, has called on Mayor Jeff Holtzinger to order parks officials to remove the display, which he calls “disturbing.”

“Something should be done right away,” Djoken told FoxNews.com. “When you look from a distance, it doesn’t look good. We should just remove it.”

FINALLY a Simpsons Halloween Special BEFORE Halloween!

AT LAST my monkey paw wish was granted! ALAS, it came with a price…

Not that big a price though. about as bad as the turkey sandwich Homer wished for being “a little dry”. For years Simpsons fans had the magic of the annual Simpsons Halloween special ruined by being too late. This year, finally that was fixed, but at the cost of it coming too early.

There have been 20 Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Halloween Specials, and unforgivably, 8 of the most recent ones were broadcast after Halloween. I was so mad at this recent history and so pleased with the series return to sanity that I went and looked up the original airdates for every single Simpsons Halloween special. I thought it would have been slightly more spotty, but no: as you can see, the “dark age” started in the year 2000 and lasted up until last year:

  1. I · October 25, 1990
  2. II · October 31, 1991
  3. III · October 29, 1992
  4. IV · October 28, 1993
  5. V · October 30, 1994
  6. VI · October 29, 1995
  7. VII · October 27, 1996
  8. VIII · October 26, 1997
  9. IX · October 25, 1998
  10. X · October 31, 1999
  11. XI · November 1, 2000
  12. XII · November 6, 2001
  13. XIII · November 3, 2002
  14. XIV · November 2, 2003
  15. XV · November 7, 2004
  16. XVI · November 6, 2005
  17. XVII · November 5, 2006
  18. XVIII · November 4, 2007
  19. XIX · November 2, 2008
  20. XX · October 18, 2009

OUTRAGEOUS! infuriating and unacceptable. at least this generation will not have to suffer the indignity of trying to get in the Halloween spirit up to a motherfkking WEEK after the god damn holiday, and at least the 3 stories were of a Halloween nature instead of the bullshit science-fiction/just weird nature of the crap that was fed to us during the dark ages…

This years episode is below: