Vote of the week: Trick or treat?
It's Halloween again, and while some theme park fans will head out tonight to their favorite park Halloween event, many other TPI readers will spend the evening in a more traditional manner, taking the kids trick-or-treating in the neighborhood. (That's TPI Kid Brian, ready to go in his Indiana Jones costume.)
No matter how you spend the day, I hope that you have a wickedly good time and wake up Saturday free of any candy hangovers, or, well, hangovers of any kind. ;-)
Which brings me to the Vote of the Week. Now, really, what else could it be than the most-asked question of the day?
Open thread for whatever you wish to chat about, in the comments.
Interesting point. I have been to enough events around the country to have seen that myself, but I can envision it.
I have done the Knotts event for 12 years and have noticed that there is less fog and fewer really frightening spooks. I think it is the legal environment in the cali area. The park visitors also seem to be out to get the actors. I don't know if this is just a so cal thing, but I have seen teens and young adults taunt the actors.
Define "trick" and "treat".
Ah, the beauty of the poll: One must decide the meaning of the terms for one's self. (I feel like Kung Fu Panda now.)
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