NARSOL helps dispel harmful Halloween myths

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      BAY COUNTY, Fla. (WMBB)- With every Halloween comes a parent’s concern for their child’s safety. Parents worry about the health and safety of their ch
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      Remarkable Sandy and yes this is a good article in many ways about comparison to many of these plights that the sex registry carries. Yes this myth about much of these ordeals on Halloween is actually no different than than daily circumstances or situations we all face in life. I have to agree on that article in this ordeal that many face.
      While there is safety in numbers when trick or treating there is also responsiblity of self and understand or can one judge a book by its cover but the principle is there and at times its man made in many or much of this adultrated offensive ordeal. While compairsons are good taking advantage of a situation or position is not in this sex offender ordeal many face.

      One can either induce crime or prevent crime. One could take the ” snobgrasses family down the street as an example. You can’t go to his house to ask for candy as they are sex offenders. How tacky is that for any government even the signage is a bit ove3rboard or is this some wind and the Lion saga that government needs to appreciate. And yes we all need to defend justice or should the constitution ne rewrottem to correct the disadvantaged in much of this plight. .

      Trick or treating in groups are good even with parents standing out aside as you knock on the door. Dispelling evil comes the responsiblity catagory as one mentioned on here. One can look at evil in two ways if thats the case. Instilling or distilling. Now I don’t know much about constitutional law but I do know that understanding justice is good for everyone but if done bi curiously responsiblity is lost.

      Sure I hate to see anyone on the sex registry, myself included. Understanding or doing evil are not too good or are we still back to the day of soaping someone’s window in this sex registry plight.

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