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2013-11-02 06:17:27 PM
FTA: I AM NOT A CLUMP OF CELLS, I AM A HUMAN BEING

...that only looks like a clump of cells
 
2013-11-02 06:35:27 PM
kurtvonmoos.com
 
2013-11-02 06:50:08 PM
I give out Chick tracts and razor blades.
 
2013-11-02 06:57:25 PM
Preaching to the wrong audience, morons. OBVIOUSLY those kids weren't aborted.

*GASP* But what if they were?! Hang on, let's think this through.

Say these kids WERE aborted. Yet there were out trick or treating. On Halloween. Does that make them zombie trick or treaters? And if so, did any of them dress like Jesus? Because if they didn't, then that's a missed opportunity.
 
2013-11-02 06:59:04 PM
I want to see some gummy fetuses
 
2013-11-02 07:07:19 PM
www.ryanlukejohns.com
 
2013-11-02 08:02:27 PM
The aborted foetus gummi bears I made were a hit.  All the kids wanted one.
 
2013-11-02 11:17:38 PM
Christ what an asshole.
 
2013-11-02 11:18:27 PM
"It's kind of offensive to a parent. You're pretty much getting told what to talk to your kids about," he said. "The kids had just finished trick-or-treating."

You know, that activity where your kids beg people they don't know for free candy.

This will gear kids up for the future, because there's not a day that goes by when I get off the damn Foggy Bottom metro that someone isn't accosting me about the environment, abortion rights, or Lyndon LaRouche.  They should learn early on that some people are inappropriate no matter what the occasion, and those people should be ignored and avoided at all costs.
 
2013-11-02 11:20:09 PM

bearded clamorer: [www.ryanlukejohns.com image 434x600]


Fetus Pops...naturally flavored!?


I can see the candy/abortion connect.  Some candies are meant to be sucked on, and ...no, I don't think I'll finish this comparison.
 
2013-11-02 11:28:49 PM
http://www.amazon.com/Buckets-F-Paul-Wilson/dp/1561465364

Of *course* there's a trick-or-treat abortion story!
 
2013-11-02 11:37:55 PM
I know about Rule 34. Is there some rule that covers people who introduce politics into every possible situation?
 
2013-11-02 11:41:41 PM
Perhaps the family desired toilet paper accoutrements in all their trees, and egg decorations on their brick facade.  I, personally, would have filed a report with the Department of Child Welfare the next day, indicating that a house was distributing sexually explicit material.  Then I'd tell the ACLU and the police that the house was attempting to convince children to assist in the violation of multiple Constitutional amendments, as well as a number of Supreme Court decisions.
Oh, and if they were in a neighborhod that had an HOA...well, let's just say that'd be a fun, fun meeting.
 
2013-11-02 11:43:14 PM

edmo: I know about Rule 34. Is there some rule that covers people who introduce politics into every possible situation?


The Fark Politics Tag.
 
2013-11-03 12:41:43 AM
 
2013-11-03 12:45:31 AM
I found a Chick tract on my truck today. It was awesome. Some guy had spied on girls in the shower as a teen, totally tossed in the eternal lake of fire.
 
2013-11-03 12:52:53 AM

bearded clamorer: [www.ryanlukejohns.com image 434x600]


Interestingly, just like fetuses, I just toss those in the garbage.
 
2013-11-03 12:56:16 AM
The cards were made by a national organization called Abolish Human Abortion.

That's speciesist!
 
2013-11-03 01:02:39 AM
Subby this is neither fun nor new. The crazy bible-thumpers have been doing this shiat for more than a couple decades now. Some won't even give candy, just the flyers.
 
2013-11-03 01:04:36 AM
How farked in the head do you have to be to think this is a good idea.
 
2013-11-03 01:06:13 AM
Makes me wonder if there is someone handing out condoms and birth control with Reese's cups...

Let me know
 
2013-11-03 01:06:17 AM
imageshack.us
No, wait, it's a clump of undifferentiated stem cells. Good grief.
 
2013-11-03 01:09:26 AM
Must be some of the Jesus Ween folks.

Yes, Virginia, Jesus Ween is real. Behold:  http://jesusween.com/
 
2013-11-03 01:09:53 AM
Meh. Every child born should treasure the birth of another child.
 
2013-11-03 01:16:56 AM
When I briefly moved to Northern Virginia back in the early 1990s, a local church advertised a Halloween
House of Horrors that was, in fact, a graphic anti-abortion screed.

People were not happy about it.
 
2013-11-03 01:18:36 AM

Satanic_Hamster: How farked in the head do you have to be to think this is a good idea.


Well, to put things in perspective, there are still people out there who hand out tootsie rolls.  Anti-abortion fliers are maybe one step below that.  Maybe.
 
2013-11-03 01:21:58 AM
I'm all for standing up for what you believe in but children don't need abortions and their parents wouldn't have children if they'd had abortions.
 
2013-11-03 01:30:24 AM
Let me guess: the person who handed out the tracts is also the person who is against Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Trans rights because they don't think kids should be exposed to that?
 
2013-11-03 01:31:15 AM

dahmers love zombie: egg decorations on their brick facade


That would be something of a delicious irony.
 
2013-11-03 01:35:05 AM
Good teaching lesson. Adults can be idiots. Think for yourself. Dont let other people influence you.
 
2013-11-03 01:39:40 AM
I wish they'd handed these out when I was a kid.  It would have saved me so much trouble if I'd known that not having abortions was an option.  There were days when I did very little except have abortion after abortion, no thoughts given to the millions of lives I was destroying.  But these days, I know the ramifications of my actions, which is why I keep a jar on the computer desk.  Every sperm is sacred.
 
2013-11-03 01:51:58 AM

bearded clamorer:


Instead of a regular display-rack in the store, were they all strung on a coat-hanger?
 
2013-11-03 01:52:01 AM

Friction8r: Meh. Every child born should treasure the birth of another child.


You've clearly never had a younger sibling spit on your head to wake you up.
 
2013-11-03 01:56:42 AM

phrawgh: Must be some of the Jesus Ween folks.

Yes, Virginia, Jesus Ween is real. Behold:  http://jesusween.com/


Damn christians keep ruining holidays. Saturnalia, Samhain, Yule, they keep making perfectly wonderful opportunities for wild debauchery into days to talk about their Lich Lord, Jesus.
 
2013-11-03 02:00:05 AM

phrawgh: http://jesusween.com/


That... is not what I thought it was going to be. Not sure whether disappointed or relieved...

/Read it as "Jesus' Ween"
//Apostrophes make all the difference
///Even phantom apostrophes
 
2013-11-03 02:07:24 AM

Prof. Frink: bearded clamorer:

Instead of a regular display-rack in the store, were they all strung on a coat-hanger?


In the alley behind the store.
 
2013-11-03 02:12:52 AM

phrawgh: Must be some of the Jesus Ween folks.


3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-11-03 02:15:30 AM
Good way to get your house egged.
 
2013-11-03 02:15:30 AM
That reminds me. I need to send a thank you card to my vasectomy doctor.
 
2013-11-03 02:18:21 AM

phlegmmo: FTA: I AM NOT A CLUMP OF CELLS, I AM A HUMAN BEING

...that only looks like a clump of cells


Technically, even a grown human being is still a clump of cells anyway.  That's like saying "it's not a polygon, it's a triangle!"  Subsets don't work that way.

ReverendJimBobHammer:
Damn christians keep ruining holidays. Saturnalia, Samhain, Yule, they keep making perfectly wonderful opportunities for wild debauchery into days to talk about their Lich Lord, Jesus.

In fairness to the Christians, this is more a conceit of the modern West's social attitudes than something that comes from the religion itself.  The old Church took the story of one of Jesus' miracles being conjuring up booze for a party significantly less... symbolically than modern asshole protestants, and brewing and distillation used to be one of the standard things monasteries would do to support themselves.  Plus, Mardi Gras is one of the few holidays that's actually wholly the church's and not adapted from something else.
 
2013-11-03 02:21:47 AM

dahmers love zombie: Perhaps the family desired toilet paper accoutrements in all their trees, and egg decorations on their brick facade.  I, personally, would have filed a report with the Department of Child Welfare the next day, indicating that a house was distributing sexually explicit material.  Then I'd tell the ACLU and the police that the house was attempting to convince children to assist in the violation of multiple Constitutional amendments, as well as a number of Supreme Court decisions.
Oh, and if they were in a neighborhod that had an HOA...well, let's just say that'd be a fun, fun meeting.


oh great now there's two dicks there.
 
2013-11-03 02:23:16 AM

edmo: I know about Rule 34. Is there some rule that covers people who introduce politics into every possible situation?


I keep this in my photobucket for just such an occasion.

i734.photobucket.com


Along those lines, how could anyone think that this was even remotely acceptable? I was given dog's abuse in another thread for suggesting that people who don't want to hand out sweets could buy bulk toys as an alternative. Americans, it would appear, take their trick or treating very seriously.
 
2013-11-03 02:29:55 AM
God that sucks, those fliers taste horrible.
 
2013-11-03 02:32:17 AM

One Bad Apple: I want to see some gummy fetuses

 
2013-11-03 02:35:31 AM
I'm calling shenanigans. This smells like a moronic political stunt for fake outrage. Sorry, but if someone were really doing this, it's not going to be hard to remember what house did it. Derp.
 
2013-11-03 02:53:31 AM
Eh I was pissed off at a guy in my area handing out little comic books on the opening day at the parade for the MO State Fair.

The ones he would give adults were about not being good and how god would be viewing the recorded bad events from your life when you go meet him in death. Not a big deal. The children on the other hand were given a different comic book, and whenever he gave one to a child he would say I think you will like this story... I looked at one given to my step children. Long story short - The comic book covers a story about some 9yr old girl becoming sick and she is going to die very soon. You will only be safe if you believe in God. Those that don't believe are bad and go to Hell. I believe! yadda yadda yadda Thank you God for making me happy and taking my pain away. Her parents watch as she dies and she is happy as can be.
 
2013-11-03 03:00:39 AM

Tenatra: Eh I was pissed off at a guy in my area handing out little comic books on the opening day at the parade for the MO State Fair.

The ones he would give adults were about not being good and how god would be viewing the recorded bad events from your life when you go meet him in death. Not a big deal. The children on the other hand were given a different comic book, and whenever he gave one to a child he would say I think you will like this story... I looked at one given to my step children. Long story short - The comic book covers a story about some 9yr old girl becoming sick and she is going to die very soon. You will only be safe if you believe in God. Those that don't believe are bad and go to Hell. I believe! yadda yadda yadda Thank you God for making me happy and taking my pain away. Her parents watch as she dies and she is happy as can be.


What's even more depressing is that there are a LOT of people who see nothing wrong with this situation, at all.
 
2013-11-03 03:04:39 AM
Too many ideological crusaders lack empathy when it comes to stuff like this.  If folks want to hand out something other than candy on Halloween, people should consider what kids will enjoy. Pennies, fruit, unsharpened pencils, religious tracts and fast food condiment packets aren't going to cut it. At least hand out small toys or cheap, plastic mini-games. The secular side of Halloween isn't about expressing your opinions or beliefs to young trick-or-treaters. It's about helping to make their experience an enjoyable one.
 
2013-11-03 03:06:02 AM

Gordon Bennett: edmo: I know about Rule 34. Is there some rule that covers people who introduce politics into every possible situation?

I keep this in my photobucket for just such an occasion.

[i734.photobucket.com image 550x635]


Along those lines, how could anyone think that this was even remotely acceptable? I was given dog's abuse in another thread for suggesting that people who don't want to hand out sweets could buy bulk toys as an alternative. Americans, it would appear, take their trick or treating very seriously.


Trick or treating is serious business.  As a kid I had a blast every year on Halloween, it was a holiday where it was just fun, there was no obligation or stress like Thanksgiving or Christmas.  You threw on a costume, went out with your friends and tried to hit up as many houses as you could until people ran out of candy or it got too late.  To this day I still remember a lady who gave out king sized candy bars (her house mysteriously never got egged) and a lady who gave my friend and I all of the candy she had because we ended up being the only people she saw all night (bad weather, house was out of the way).
I don't get any trick or treaters where I live now but the last time I lived somewhere that kids would go around I made damn sure I would have handfuls of candy for them because it was something that I remembered having fun with as a kid and I want the kids today to have as much fun as I had.
Any holiday that involves people going around and actually interacting with their neighbors seems like a good holiday in my book.
 
2013-11-03 03:27:15 AM

phlegmmo: FTA: I AM NOT A CLUMP OF CELLS, I AM A HUMAN BEING

...that only looks like a clump of cells


I'd like to point out that Human beings ARE very large, very complicated and structured clumps of cells, anyway.
 
2013-11-03 03:57:35 AM
When I was a kid, we used to get fruit, candy apples or popcorn balls. If it was cold a lot of homes had coffee or hot apple cider for the parents.


We haven't done the Trick-Or-Treat thing for years. I used to save up the extra condiment packages from Chinese or pizza delivery and give them out to the older kids. The little kids usually got candy or nuts. If someone showed up with a five o'clock shadow, they got packages of soy sauce. If I had to travel a lot, it might be a bottle of shampoo, a tiny bar of soap or even a tube of toothpaste. If they balked they got the air horn hidden in the bushes.

/curmudgeon
 
2013-11-03 03:58:16 AM
Abortion is Murder.
 
2013-11-03 04:05:17 AM
This is how people act when they think that the creator of the universe has chosen them for a special mission. The most outstanding feature of the anti-abortion crowd is their almost insane egotism - they literally imagine themselves to be the focal points of Gods will. They imagine themselves to be small versions of God, that God has personally placed here to carry out His work for him (because he, in his omnipotence, is somehow incapable of doing it himself).
What a bunch of incredibly conceited egomaniacs.
 
2013-11-03 04:05:56 AM

letrole: Abortion is Murder.


Trolling is clown-rape.
 
2013-11-03 04:12:57 AM

InternetSecurityGuard: I used to save up the extra condiment packages from Chinese or pizza delivery and give them out to the older kids. The little kids usually got candy or nuts. If someone showed up with a five o'clock shadow, they got packages of soy sauce. If I had to travel a lot, it might be a bottle of shampoo, a tiny bar of soap or even a tube of toothpaste. If they balked they got the air horn hidden in the bushes.


I'll have to remember this for future reference.
 
2013-11-03 04:15:49 AM

jso2897: letrole: Abortion is Murder.

Trolling is clown-rape.


Purple is a fruit.
 
2013-11-03 04:35:23 AM
I might start doing this just to keep trick-or-treaters from coming to my door.
 
2013-11-03 04:36:10 AM

orangehat: jso2897: letrole: Abortion is Murder.

Trolling is clown-rape.

Purple is a fruit.


Soylent Green is people.
 
2013-11-03 04:42:23 AM

thecpt: Makes me wonder if there is someone handing out condoms and birth control with Reese's cups...

Let me know


There has to be to maintain balance in the Force.

I really think what these people did was wrong (though pro-life, depending on how you define life) though I hope at least they gave out full size chocolate bars.
 
2013-11-03 05:11:37 AM

Mad Scientist: orangehat: jso2897: letrole: Abortion is Murder.

Trolling is clown-rape.

Purple is a fruit.

Soylent Green is people.


Greed is good.
 
2013-11-03 05:27:52 AM

DjangoStonereaver: When I briefly moved to Northern Virginia back in the early 1990s, a local church advertised a Halloween
House of Horrors that was, in fact, a graphic anti-abortion screed.

People were not happy about it.


Made me think of this S*P comic arc.
 
2013-11-03 05:34:51 AM

Resident Muslim: thecpt: Makes me wonder if there is someone handing out condoms and birth control with Reese's cups...

Let me know

There has to be to maintain balance in the Force.

I really think what these people did was wrong (though pro-life, depending on how you define life) though I hope at least they gave out full size chocolate bars.


Good thinking. Full-size candy bars = obesity = less likely to get laid = fewer abortions?

Could work.


/jk, these people are asshats.
 
2013-11-03 05:39:17 AM
I am not a clump of cells? Well, really that's exactly what you are.
 
2013-11-03 05:42:02 AM

EchoMike: Mad Scientist: orangehat: jso2897: letrole: Abortion is Murder.

Trolling is clown-rape.

Purple is a fruit.

Soylent Green is people.

Greed is good.


grey is the new black
 
2013-11-03 05:51:06 AM
Asshole's house should be pelted with fetuses.

/eggs
//from a chicken
 
2013-11-03 05:58:59 AM
Wouldn't this be more appropriate during Easter?

www.njmomsguide.com
 
2013-11-03 07:44:58 AM

jso2897: This is how people act when they think that the creator of the universe has chosen them for a special mission. The most outstanding feature of the anti-abortion crowd is their almost insane egotism - they literally imagine themselves to be the focal points of Gods will. They imagine themselves to be small versions of God, that God has personally placed here to carry out His work for him (because he, in his omnipotence, is somehow incapable of doing it himself).
What a bunch of incredibly conceited egomaniacs.


Remember that punishment device in Hitchhiker's Guide series that would show people in no uncertain terms how insignificant they were in the expanse of the universe?

We could really use one for these asshats.
 
2013-11-03 07:51:01 AM
This was happening in the 80s.
 
2013-11-03 07:53:21 AM
What a coincidence. I give out coathangers and coupons for a free kickboxing class.
 
2013-11-03 07:56:13 AM

Terrible Old Man: I'm calling shenanigans. This smells like a moronic political stunt for fake outrage. Sorry, but if someone were really doing this, it's not going to be hard to remember what house did it. Derp.


The fundies got an anti abortion law on the ballot there this year. Early voting just started, so yes it's shenanigans and a political stunt.
 
2013-11-03 07:58:28 AM

phrawgh: EchoMike: Mad Scientist: orangehat: jso2897: letrole: Abortion is Murder.

Trolling is clown-rape.

Purple is a fruit.

Soylent Green is people.

Greed is good.

grey is the new black


War is peace.
 
2013-11-03 08:00:44 AM
Every time I read one of these stories I facepalm.   The issue was settled over 40 years ago and a large group can't let it go.   Makes me wonder how long the anti-Healthcare reformers will be protesting and biatching about the affordable care act.

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2013-11-03 08:22:59 AM
This isn't new.  Having grown up in the south, I have seen this a couple of times.  This and those stupid religious comic books telling you how you need to get saved.  Bastards who always give them out, never give out candy though, which probably is a major reason why I hate fundi-religion, even to this day.
 
2013-11-03 08:26:37 AM
Free speech motherfarkers. You're the one choosing to let your little gypsies enter someone else's property.
 
2013-11-03 08:28:47 AM
While I am pro-life, the lengths that some will go to "promote" their cause just makes me shake my head in disappointment..

At some point, we as a society will go back to allowing kids to be kids and not props for our political statements.. Unfortunately, tomorrow would not be too  soon.
 
2013-11-03 08:30:08 AM
Being a kid who loved comics, I got a couple Chick tracts in my loot while growing up in the 80's, and thought "all right, comics!" Read them whilst eating candy, found them mildly entertaining and then tossed them out. It wasn't till my teen years that I realized that these people were douchebags and not cool comic people. So the upside is that a lot of kids likely don't get that they are being preached to and just think they are being given weird entertainment.
 
2013-11-03 08:41:45 AM
Must be Halloween, where the demons come out. Traditionally a holiday for political messages, unlike the socialist countries where a few days later Guy Fawkes Day/Kristal Nacht is just a celebration devoid of politics.

Caught a message from a "wrong number" call from a Americans for Prosperity Tea Party Halloween event called Obamascare. Candy for the kids, horror stories for adults. At a local mega Southern Baptist church.

Now if only homosexuals had agendas.
 
2013-11-03 08:55:06 AM

vodka: Free speech motherfarkers. You're the one choosing to let your little gypsies enter someone else's property.



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Handing out anti-abortion messaging to 8 year olds is about as effective as yelling at my cat for not doing the dishes.

There is a time and place to discuss your views on abortion.  Little kids are not the proper audience.  This behavior is unacceptable because they are forcing parents to have what really is a pretty heavy conversation, covering many topics (sex, human reproduction, fetal development, abortion procedures, etc.)

It is a dick move, rude, not neighborly, and unacceptable behavior from an adult.
 
2013-11-03 09:04:10 AM
 
2013-11-03 09:10:07 AM

I_Am_Weasel: bearded clamorer: [www.ryanlukejohns.com image 434x600]

Fetus Pops...naturally flavored!?


I can see the candy/abortion connect.  Some candies are meant to be sucked on, and ...no, I don't think I'll finish this comparison.


Fat girls start menstruating earlier, especially if there's no dad in the house to tell them about sex; there. there's your comparison.


/Find yer own damn citation
 
2013-11-03 09:29:42 AM

Smoking GNU: phlegmmo: FTA: I AM NOT A CLUMP OF CELLS, I AM A HUMAN BEING

...that only looks like a clump of cells

I'd like to point out that Human beings ARE very large, very complicated and structured clumps of cells, anyway.


s10.postimg.org

Ugly giant bags of mostly water!
 
2013-11-03 09:39:36 AM

letrole: Abortion is Murder dinner.


FTFY
 
2013-11-03 09:40:47 AM
s24.postimg.org
 
2013-11-03 09:46:01 AM

Endive Wombat: There is a time and place to discuss your views on abortion.  Little kids are not the proper audience.  This behavior is unacceptable because they are forcing parents to have what really is a pretty heavy conversation, covering many topics (sex, human reproduction, fetal development, abortion procedures, etc.)


Somebody needs to explain it to them though. They will need to know their options when they are being sexed up by their teachers in a couple of years.
 
2013-11-03 09:59:11 AM

Gordon Bennett: phrawgh: EchoMike: Mad Scientist: orangehat: jso2897: letrole: Abortion is Murder.

Trolling is clown-rape.

Purple is a fruit.

Soylent Green is people.

Greed is good.

grey is the new black

War is peace.


Arbeit macht Frei
 
2013-11-03 10:14:21 AM

Snazzy1: Gordon Bennett: phrawgh: EchoMike: Mad Scientist: orangehat: jso2897: letrole: Abortion is Murder.

Trolling is clown-rape.

Purple is a fruit.

Soylent Green is people.

Greed is good.

grey is the new black

War is peace.

Arbeit macht Frei


Arby's macht Fries
 
2013-11-03 10:19:54 AM
dahmers love zombie: ...in the violation of multiple Constitutional amendments...

You mean like the first one?
 
2013-11-03 10:35:53 AM
My son was given a Focus on the Family anti-bullying CD.
img.fark.net
They also gave chocolate, but I still shot them a "I'm watching you" glare.
 
2013-11-03 11:08:11 AM
I am as Pro Life as they come, and I agree this was a terrible and wrong idea.

What a knobshine...
 
2013-11-03 11:11:59 AM
Gee. Imagine that. Fundies using a kid's holiday fun to proselytize. Go figure.
 
2013-11-03 11:26:13 AM

IlGreven: DjangoStonereaver: When I briefly moved to Northern Virginia back in the early 1990s, a local church advertised a Halloween
House of Horrors that was, in fact, a graphic anti-abortion screed.

People were not happy about it.

Made me think of this S*P comic arc.


They're called hell houses.  Been around a while.
 
2013-11-03 11:35:34 AM

Gordon Bennett: phrawgh: EchoMike: Mad Scientist: orangehat: jso2897: letrole: Abortion is Murder.

Trolling is clown-rape.

Purple is a fruit.

Soylent Green is people.

Greed is good.

grey is the new black

War is peace.


Mostly dead is slightly alive.
 
2013-11-03 11:53:24 AM
Meh. Still better than banana Laffy Taffy.
 
2013-11-03 11:57:23 AM

ZeroCorpse: Gee. Imagine that. Fundies using a kid's holiday fun to proselytize. Go figure.


Where I grew up, fundies didn't participate in Halloween at all because Satan. (You could point out that it's "All Hallowed's Eve," the night before All Saints Day, but that's Catholic and just as bad as Satan.)
 
2013-11-03 12:01:12 PM
Because it gives every parent an unexpected opportunity to explain reproduction and abortion to their little kids.
 
2013-11-03 12:12:40 PM

rbaron71: My son was given a Focus on the Family anti-bullying CD.
[img.fark.net image 577x621]
They also gave chocolate, but I still shot them a "I'm watching you" glare.


at least your kids seeing that CD wouldn't be offended of scared by it.

i'm Christian and not a fan of abortion but these AHA are jerks.  Most Christians don't approve off the AHA methods and AHA has been known to use photos which they don't own the copyright or permissions to use for their posters/meme, they will insert their cards into product boxes in stores and The Northern VA group once posted a video where they started hounding this lady about abotion when she was simply minding her business pumping gas

https://www.facebook.com/AbolishHumanAbortion
 
2013-11-03 12:13:47 PM
Do parents no longer supervise their kids as they go trick-or-treating anymore? The parents of the younger ones should have caught this immediately, no excuses. And then tp'd and egged the asshole's house.
 
2013-11-03 12:22:46 PM

vodka: Free speech motherfarkers. You're the one choosing to let your little gypsies enter someone else's property.


You have the option to keep your lights off and then the little buggers won't bother your precious evening at home and you won't have to be the neighborhood douche.

/goes both ways, asshole
 
2013-11-03 12:23:30 PM

vodka: Free speech motherfarkers. You're the one choosing to let your little gypsies enter someone else's property.


Oh, and free speech is not free from consequences you deserve for handing out lewd materials to children.
 
2013-11-03 12:33:50 PM
The My Little Pony Killer:

..And then tp'd and egged the asshole's house....

Oh, and free speech is not free from consequences you deserve for handing out lewd materials to children.


or the consequences of promoting vandalism.
 
2013-11-03 12:36:58 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: vodka: Free speech motherfarkers. You're the one choosing to let your little gypsies enter someone else's property.

Oh, and free speech is not free from consequences you deserve for handing out lewd materials to children.


Agreed. If you want to hand out tracts to trick or treaters make sure they are geared towards kids and make sure you give out great candy to go along with your tracts.  Also make sure you don't give anything to kids too young to read.
 
2013-11-03 12:46:10 PM

vodka: Free speech motherfarkers. You're the one choosing to let your little gypsies enter someone else's property.


Well, somebody's an angry little boy.  Razor blade in your apple again this year?
 
2013-11-03 12:50:57 PM

EchoMike: Too many ideological crusaders lack empathy when it comes to stuff like this.  If folks want to hand out something other than candy on Halloween, people should consider what kids will enjoy. Pennies, fruit, unsharpened pencils, religious tracts and fast food condiment packets aren't going to cut it. At least hand out small toys or cheap, plastic mini-games. The secular side of Halloween isn't about expressing your opinions or beliefs to young trick-or-treaters. It's about helping to make their experience an enjoyable one.


Yuuuup. If I were going to hand out anything not-candy, it would be stickers for toddlers. Why? Because toddlers think stickers are the greatest inventions EVER.

/Same with pockets
//Someone gave my sister a little picture-frame holder. Awesome idea.
 
2013-11-03 01:00:24 PM
Addresses: I have all these bags of poop (for the fat kid letter lady) ready to light on someones porch.
 
2013-11-03 01:53:33 PM
Candy corn should be aborted with extreme prejudice. Dumbasses, leave kids out of it. Give them their farking candy and leave your crusade for another day
 
2013-11-03 01:56:15 PM

PsiChick: EchoMike: Too many ideological crusaders lack empathy when it comes to stuff like this.  If folks want to hand out something other than candy on Halloween, people should consider what kids will enjoy. Pennies, fruit, unsharpened pencils, religious tracts and fast food condiment packets aren't going to cut it. At least hand out small toys or cheap, plastic mini-games. The secular side of Halloween isn't about expressing your opinions or beliefs to young trick-or-treaters. It's about helping to make their experience an enjoyable one.

Yuuuup. If I were going to hand out anything not-candy, it would be stickers for toddlers. Why? Because toddlers think stickers are the greatest inventions EVER.

/Same with pockets
//Someone gave my sister a little picture-frame holder. Awesome idea.


My toddler LOVES stickers. He gets one each time he successfully uses the toilet. He walked in on me on the throne the other day with a sticker to reward me for my successful use of the potty
 
2013-11-03 02:02:30 PM

skullkrusher: PsiChick: EchoMike: Too many ideological crusaders lack empathy when it comes to stuff like this.  If folks want to hand out something other than candy on Halloween, people should consider what kids will enjoy. Pennies, fruit, unsharpened pencils, religious tracts and fast food condiment packets aren't going to cut it. At least hand out small toys or cheap, plastic mini-games. The secular side of Halloween isn't about expressing your opinions or beliefs to young trick-or-treaters. It's about helping to make their experience an enjoyable one.

Yuuuup. If I were going to hand out anything not-candy, it would be stickers for toddlers. Why? Because toddlers think stickers are the greatest inventions EVER.

/Same with pockets
//Someone gave my sister a little picture-frame holder. Awesome idea.

My toddler LOVES stickers. He gets one each time he successfully uses the toilet. He walked in on me on the throne the other day with a sticker to reward me for my successful use of the potty


D'awwww, that is adorable.
 
2013-11-03 02:15:06 PM

skullkrusher: PsiChick: EchoMike: Too many ideological crusaders lack empathy when it comes to stuff like this.  If folks want to hand out something other than candy on Halloween, people should consider what kids will enjoy. Pennies, fruit, unsharpened pencils, religious tracts and fast food condiment packets aren't going to cut it. At least hand out small toys or cheap, plastic mini-games. The secular side of Halloween isn't about expressing your opinions or beliefs to young trick-or-treaters. It's about helping to make their experience an enjoyable one.

Yuuuup. If I were going to hand out anything not-candy, it would be stickers for toddlers. Why? Because toddlers think stickers are the greatest inventions EVER.

/Same with pockets
//Someone gave my sister a little picture-frame holder. Awesome idea.

My toddler LOVES stickers. He gets one each time he successfully uses the toilet. He walked in on me on the throne the other day with a sticker to reward me for my successful use of the potty


Hope they aren't scratch-and-sniff...

But seriously, that is just ridiculously cute. Smart toddler, too!
 
2013-11-04 10:59:42 AM
I gave my trick-or-treaters a riddle . . . get it right, and you get a King Size Kit Kat bar.  Get it wrong, and you get a coupon for kitty litter.

They were all easy (and really dumb, unless you're five), like "What's the Mummy's favorite kind of music?"


/ (w)rap
 
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