Copyblogger Weekly Wrap: Week of November 1, 2010

Copyblogger Weekly Wrap: Week of November 1, 2010

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    • There you guys go, trying to pervert my meaning. Clearly, I meant FLAUNT. I often like to dress up in a suit, and then head into hippie areas and follow ALL of the rules, arrange things in an orderly manner, and erect white picket fences.

      Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to get ready for the conformity pride parade.

  1. During trick or treating, a family came to our house. I gave the three kids a handful of candy and was getting ready to close the door when the mother says, “What about the baby?”

    I looked at this 4-5 month old baby freezing in the stroller. Now even if the kid is a developmental prodogy–he/she doesn’t have any teeth and is not going to be eating any candy.

    I started to laugh, but then since it was bitter cold and almost quitting time–I dumped the rest of the bowl into the “baby’s bag” and said, “Hope the baby enjoys it.”

    Maybe next year I get some copies of the “Greed” CD. That might be more appropriate.

    and PS to Jon: I still think you need to write about your passion.

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  3. I spent my Halloween painting, then we had to leave just after begging time was over. We still had two groups of older kids looking for a handout as we were leaving. Had to tell them that we were out, but I was thinking how they might have given us a trick instead… glad they didn’t. Our house was just fine when we got home.

    It does seem like time for begging gets earlier every year…

  4. Thanks for the laugh, I really needed it. I think we have more older people come trick or treating than little kids. I have cheap candy for the adults and good stuff for the kids.

  5. Finally made it to make a comment on this post. After reading the short summary about each daily post I went and read the article which led to others that kept me going through this site reading, studying and learning.

    I was so convinced that it would help me I signed up for the ezine. Also, I signed to received the “Internet Marketing For Smart People” I think 20 week series. And thinking about joining there paid program.

    This has been an enjoyable weekend that turned out to be different than I originally planned. Now, I need to go and catch up on my 100 Articles in 100 days Challenge.

    Go CopyBlogger keep up the great work and keep the excellent content coming filling our brains with useful and reliable content.

  6. My kids are only allowed to go to the houses where we know the people, mo mass trick or treating. All the other kids in the neighborhood knows that we have a loud dog and dont bother us.

  7. Before checking out “The best piece of advice nobody wants to hear” I thought it might have something to do with “abstinence”. Well it wasn’t.

    A good article however making the point that there is an audience for all of us. That has to do mostly with our marketing style and we all need to trust our individuality. Good post!

  8. I too have some teens (not really dressed up) were trick or treating around my neighbor-hood. I thought they were bit old and not dressed but hey in spirit of holiday and help dentists of tomorrow, I gave out candies.

    Whenever I read the wrap up, I always think man did I read these many articles, and answer is yes! No wonder my blog is not updated, I am busy reading πŸ™‚

  9. Hey I’ve seen grown ups trick or treating. Mind you they had been drinking quite heavily. So maybe we should all have a couple of drinks next year get dressed up and go trick or treating.

    We could even make creepy Halloween songs up and sing Halloween Carroll’s. Reply if you have a song, it better be good.

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