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Vol. LXIV, No. 42
 
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
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A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“What is your all-time favorite Halloween costume?”

 

Gibson: “A skeleton.” Kate: “A dead hippie.” Leslie: “The year I dressed up as my friend Anne Mavis, and she guessed who I was.”

Leslie Linnehan with son Gibson (left), and daughter Kate, Skillman


Max: “Frankenstein.” Jill: “I like when people get together and put a costume together, like when my friends were periodic table elements from chemistry.” Sophia: “I like original costumes that people make, like an ice cream cone.”

Max Vanderbreggen (left), Jill Park (middle), Sophia Zahn (right), Princeton


Elina: “From a Geico commercial: a stack of dollars bills with goggly eyes on top. Two of my friends taped dollar bills all over and had eyes taped on top of their heads.” Michael: “A character from the cartoon ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force,’ and a full-body soda pop costume with eyes peering out.”

Michael Yang and Elina Nalibotski, Princeton

 

Andrew: “When I was in intermediate school, my mother dressed up as Pokémon and my friends thought she was so cool.” Jessica: “I usually dress up as a witch in black with a black hat.”

Andrew Clark, Lawrenceville and Jessica Cox, Princeton


Sylene: “Two costumes: a dead cheerleader and a really scary, short, killer doll.” Colleen: “A crayon (not a scary costume).”

Sylene Weeks and Colleen Judge, Princeton


“A giant pizza.”

Andres Blanco with Christie Riehl, Princeton

 


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