Wedding dress, sex offender, tiny food

Just in time for Halloween, the Times Union has started posting local sex offender photos to Pinterest. By the way: Sure, we live in the media era of you-must-be-constantly-afraid, but the hype about Halloween poisoned candy or stranger danger merits skepticism -- there's a long track record of trick or treating not being dangerous. [WSJ]

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Don't forget about temporary tattoos! My mother always warned me that our neighbors were secretly replacing them with LSD.

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