Halloween + Common Sense is Key to Great Celebration For All Ages
We all know that Halloween is a day for the kiddies, but sometimes the grown-ups like to renew their childhood. Then there are other adults who utilize October 31 as their own personal day of crime.
I'm not here to put a damper on the ghosts, goblins, and ghouls that will be invading the streets of East Texas from six to eight tomorrow night, rather, to remind you to be aware of your surroundings and not let your guard down.
On Halloween back in '87, I was inside the bank waiting my turn in line, when the Caped Crusader and Boy Wonder burst through the doors and yelled "...nobody move, or we'll shoot". When the police took my statement, I could only tell them that the dynamic duo, "Batman" and "Robin" robbed the bank!
Drive-thru is a great anecdote for your fast food fix. Drive-thru ATM solves the extra dough problem of needing to purchase liquor for your party . Be wary of "masked" villains lurking in parking lots, and loitering at the convenience store.
There is one other item to be forewarned about, and that is costume illumination in the dark. Don't have the proper "lighting" apparatus attached to your Godzilla outfit, it could cost you big time.