Post by The Peeler
MORE clinically insane blather by our resident clinically insane psychopath
and sexual cripple! What else! ROTFLOL
Post by jew kike SHEINIE paedophile BARRY Z. SHEIN of 700 Washington St B'righton Mass
MAKE, your mind up anus! <B<
It's either the scrawny over-sodomised gook anus <G<
OR one of the fat oversodomised jew ani! <GB<
The CHOICE is YOURS! <VGB<
Enjoy already! <EGB<
Schifosa! Puttana! Vaffanculo! <tsk<
BRUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!! Is there anything I can do for you,
my punching bag? Shall I stop punching you? Or do you only want a hanky
again, you endlessly crying, desperate bitch? LOL
The mangina is so obsessed with the anus, as if it would get girls and
women to drop their panties and spread their thighs and lady lips for him!
Christian Britschgi wrote about a proposed ban on trick-or-treating in
Los Angeles Bans Halloween Trick-or-Treating Over Coronavirus Fears
Public health authorities are cracking down on a holiday activity where the
age group least at risk of COVID-19 walks around outside wearing masks.
Christian Britschgi | 9.9.2020 3:00 PM
There are few things scarier than an overreaching government. Perhaps to get
into the holiday spirit then, Los Angeles has decided to ban
trick-or-treating this year.
Late Tuesday, news broke of public health guidelines issued by the Los
Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) that ban door-to-door
trick-or-treating, Halloween parties where non-members of a household will
be present, and haunted houses.
The order, dated from last week, nevertheless allows for online Halloween
parties (fun!), drive-in scary movie nights, and Halloween-themed car
parades. The county's new guidelines also graciously permit people to still
decorate their homes and yards.
"Since some of the traditional ways in which this holiday is celebrated does
not allow you to minimize contact with non-household members, it is
important to plan early and identify safer alternatives," reads the text of
Health officials told The Los Angeles Times that trick-or-treating, in
particular, was not going to be allowed "because it can be very difficult to
maintain proper social distancing on porches and at front doors."
Violation of the county's Public Health Officer order, which was last
updated on September 4, is punishable by both fines and imprisonment.
It's not clear whether those penalties apply to violations of the new
Halloween guidelines, or how the county intends to enforce its prohibition
on trick-or-treating. Reason requested clarification from LADPH, and will
update with any response we receive.
Halloween stoked panic among public health authorities and the general
public long before coronavirus. That includes the regular fears about drug-
and razor-laced candies, offensive costumes, and sex offenders out on the
The LAPHD has historically issued warnings about the high-sugar content of
Halloween candies, alongside gentle reminders that participating households
can hand out plenty of other fun things besides sweets.
Even in a time of rampant public health restrictions, Los Angeles' crackdown
on Halloween seems unnecessarily restrictive. Indeed, it's hard to imagine a
pre-pandemic activity more suited to the requirements of social distancing
The activity occurs outside, where we know the risk of coronavirus
transmission is much lower. Everyone is already wearing masks. Curbside
pickup, whereby a bowl of candy and maybe a note asking trick-or-treaters to
take only one piece, is already a common practice.
On top of that, children, the primary trick-or-treating participants, are at
the lowest risk of developing serious COVID-19 symptoms, although they can
still spread the disease.
Plenty of people who are at higher risk of serious illness or death from
COVID-19 might not want disease vectors showing up at their doorstep.
Fortunately, the accepted Halloween tradition of leaving your porch light
off if you don't want to be bothered on that night can help those people
Recommending best practices for trick-or-treating seems like a more
proportional approach to the transmission risk that Halloween poses.
Instead, the county is embracing the most authoritarian possible response to
the holiday. Spooky.
Update: On Wednesday afternoon Los Angeles County public health officials
reversed course on their trick-or-treat ban, saying instead that the
activity was "not recommended."