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ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M 7 Answers Nov 5, 2012 in Hobbies

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He was just trying to give children a safe way of celebrating one of their favorite holidays. I would think that it relieved the pressure on a lot of already stressed parents.

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Personally I think it's his ego. He's done a good job during this crisis, but he's a natural bully and that works well in an emergency.

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So true.

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He doesn't have any legal authority to do it. It's more of a suggestion. Towns are under no obligation to follow his advice. We had our Halloween on Saturday from 2pm to 6 pm.

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Wouldn't it be easier than MOVING a recognized holiday? I think it would be great to move it to the last Saturday in October; like Labor Day is the first Monday in September.

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He says he's moving it. The people agree to cooperate with the change.

That's it, I suppose.

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if it isn't recognised, who cares when you have it?

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