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Particular cities designating times and special regulations for trick or treating? And particular days that aren't actually Halloween? pheret1 refers to rules in Chicago, and I found this odd document from Milwaukee.
October 30, 2006 | Permalink
Check Ed Vielmetti's blog. He's pretty good about documenting the heck out of local (Ann Arbor) stuff like the minutiae of trick or treat hours.
October 31, 2006 at 12:10 AM
Apparently that was just my old neighborhood. I made a small editorial comment in my journal entry but am happy to be in my "new" neighborhood instead of the old one. Kids here are so much more "kids." And the moms are wayy more friendly.
October 31, 2006 at 12:39 PM
oh yeah totally. i remember that from my days there (mil-i-wau-kee.) we lived a half block from the line between two cities, so you could watch the other kids trick or treating at different times than you, but you couldn't join them. a half block away. this is also the city that would only plow it's half of the street that separated the cities when it would snow. and did you know you can only park on certain sides of the street on certain days? like, if its an even numbered day, you can park on your side, and if its an odd numbered day, it has to be the other side of the street, or you'll get ticketed? AND if you are going to park overnight in front of a house that is not yours (like if we were gonna sleep over at my grandma's house) you had to call the police to let them know, or you would also get a ticket. i am not making this shit up. its completely retareded.
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October 31, 2006 at 07:39 PM
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