Halloween is my favorite day of the year, so instead of talking about depressing litigation, school, or politics, I am going to pay homage to the wonderfully wicked day.
Halloween-ish holidays are celebrated in many countries around the world and each has its own customs. In Germany, people put away their knives to avoid attacks from spirits. In Hong Kong, people pay respect to their ancestors by visiting their graves with rice and fruit. In Austria, people leave bread and water on their table to welcome back the spirits of their ancestors. And in the US, people dress up and get drunk.
So get out there and celebrate Halloween like a true American!