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TGIF: The Halloween 2014 Edition

Arctic Cat Halloween Pumpkin from ArcticInsider

I’m thankful that we celebrate the mischievous one day each year.

I’m thankful when that day is a Friday.

I’m thankful for the fiery idea that I stole from THUG Kitchen.

And I’m thankful it’s Halloween 2014.

Arctic Cat Halloween Pumpkin from ArcticInsider



  1. A Halloween with a little snow is even better! Can remember the last time the ground was white in October. Hope it s a sign of things to come. Happy Halloween!

  2. the pumpkin looks great John, but it doesn’t hold a candle to how great the directions are for making this pumpkin from “thug kitchen”.

  3. Tonight after our kids go trick-or-treating, we have a costume party to attend at the neighbor house. I wanted to dress up as an El Tigre 6000, but just could not figure out how to make the costume! I guess I could have dressed as a “Cat” burglar (pun intended). Happy Halloween John!!!

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  5. You can condemn it on rasaoneble grounds; but there is no objective source that allows you to do this. Even if you condemn someone and claim that they are less good than you and that that is the only problem, that doesnt make it so; for they could do the same to you in return, and it would mean exactly the same thing. Its not good because its objectively good; its good because we value it to be so. Thats why personal responsibility and morality is so important because there is no way to enforce the idea of objective morality. We can say it exists, and we can wave it in the face of people whose fundamental ideologies drastically differ from our own, but that no more compels them or changes their ideas than it would change yours or mine if such folks were to make the same claim to us. Dont you see? The claim that this is good and this is bad is based on a personal ideology. Such ideas are only valuable to those who value them; to you, God might be good, but there are people out there who disagree with that conclusion and the opinions/values that lead into it. There is simply no way that you can fundamentally, objectively prove a moral case, because morals are based on personal experience/preference/opinions/experiences. There is no magic phrase you can utter that will make a sociopath realize that he/she is a sociopath. If laws of objective morality existed, this would not be the case; like logical and mathematical laws, moral laws would be provable in a mathematical sense. [url=]ykjrfmrpj[/url] [link=]imcqmasscml[/link]

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