Marvin Takes on Halloween

In which Marvin points out the spiritual dangers of the holiday and hatches a plan to deal with both the children and the demons that come to his door.

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  1. Elliot on October 31, 2006 at 1:45 am Reply

    Peterson, that’s terrific. It’s too bad poor Marvin’s having a hard time getting into the spirit of a simple, one-day-per-year holiday. All that candy, though–it’s bad for the teeth! I guess, if he’s considering that fact, he does have a point!

  2. Anonymous on October 31, 2006 at 2:33 am Reply

    Just wondering if we are going to hear from Sylvia again! 😉

    She was terrific!

  3. KJ on October 31, 2006 at 5:28 pm Reply

    Hey Marvin! Since my partner and I are the “youngsters” in the condo where we live, I anticipate a rather quiet evening. In fact, maybe I’ll hit a few of the residences since, though I’m in my 40s, to my neighbors, I’m just a kid.

    I don’t think that I can agree with you regarding the incidental transfer of evil. To believe that makes it seem as though there is little confidence in the Spirit that lives within you.

  4. Contemplative Activist on October 31, 2006 at 5:44 pm Reply

    Hi Marvin,

    Thanks for the message – just to let you know I’m back in the land of the internet.

    However, your post has got me worried what with halloween being such an evil day! My younger brother was born on halloween! I always thought it was very appropriate. 😉

    CA

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