Area Trick-or-Treat nights set

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Hanover

Hanover, PA

#22 Oct 23, 2010
Gary Toldya wrote:
simply celibate a national holiday WITH the nation. Dumb, just plain non-thinking DUMB!
Well, I plan on getting laid on the 26th and 31st so I don't know what being celibate has anything to do with it. Second of all, if you think Hanover is the only place which does something like this, you're just plain dumb. I love the tradition, but I love even more how bent out of shape people get as if when trick or treat takes place really matters. Get over yourself, grow up and have some fun.
Pot Calling Kettle

Hanover, PA

#23 Oct 23, 2010
Hanover wrote:
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Well, I plan on getting laid on the 26th and 31st so I don't know what being celibate has anything to do with it. Second of all, if you think Hanover is the only place which does something like this, you're just plain dumb. I love the tradition, but I love even more how bent out of shape people get as if when trick or treat takes place really matters. Get over yourself, grow up and have some fun.


Why should he get over himself? You are the person on a public forum bragging about "getting laid" in a HALLOWEEN discussion that could include kids participating? Inappropriate much? Or maybe your just trolling? Get a life maggot there are kids reading this forum too!!!
Question

Hanover, PA

#24 Oct 23, 2010
Do any of you have a paid "Holiday" on the 31st?
Carter Nixon

Hanover, PA

#25 Oct 23, 2010
Question wrote:
Do any of you have a paid "Holiday" on the 31st?
That's Sunday, how many people do you know who get paid for a "holiday" that falls on a Sunday? Here is some info about what happens on the 31st which is Sunday. This should help anybody who is not sure what next Sunday or Halloween is. Glad I could help!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloween

http://www.history.com/topics/halloween

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Hallow...

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Halloween
Question

Hanover, PA

#26 Oct 24, 2010
Carter Nixon wrote:
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That's Sunday, how many people do you know who get paid for a "holiday" that falls on a Sunday? Here is some info about what happens on the 31st which is Sunday. This should help anybody who is not sure what next Sunday or Halloween is. Glad I could help!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloween
http://www.history.com/topics/halloween
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Hallow...
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Halloween
You missed the point, is October 31st a paid holiday no matter what day it falls on? Any takers?
Mugwump

Hanover, PA

#27 Oct 24, 2010
Question wrote:
<quoted text>You missed the point, is October 31st a paid holiday no matter what day it falls on? Any takers?
October 31st is Halloween and it's a holiday, nobody debates that, what's your angle?
Question

Hanover, PA

#29 Oct 24, 2010
Mugwump wrote:
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October 31st is Halloween and it's a holiday, nobody debates that, what's your angle?
No angle, a straight forward question which you did not answer. If this "holiday" falls on a weekday due you have a paid day off?
Duh

Hanover, PA

#30 Oct 24, 2010
When can the ocmplaints start about people putting out their chairs early to hold a spot for the parade? You know the one where we get to complain that only the unemployed get a good spot because those of us that work can't put out chairs during the day because we are at work....
Martin

Hanover, PA

#31 Oct 24, 2010
Question wrote:
<quoted text>No angle, a straight forward question which you did not answer. If this "holiday" falls on a weekday due you have a paid day off?
I don't know why people are not helping, but I can get you up to speed due to years as a labor attorney and I will help you to learn about paid holidays...FOR FREE :-)

Some people get "holiday pay" if Halloween falls on a work day but they take off (or biz closes to celebrate), some people just are off without pay, some people get overtime to work on the Halloween holiday and of course some employers expect you to work and your pay rate is not altered. It all depends on your arrangement with the place where you work. Some businesses have no paid holidays, not even Christmas! You really need to work this out with your employer if it is important to have certain paid holidays. Because the USA is a free country it cannot mandate specific paid or non-paid holidays for private business. I guess the answer to your question can be nearly anything you imagine depending on where you work, how important you are to the company and what your agreement is with your employer...best of luck finding the job opportunity you seek!
Question

Hanover, PA

#33 Oct 24, 2010
Martin wrote:
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I don't know why people are not helping, but I can get you up to speed due to years as a labor attorney and I will help you to learn about paid holidays...FOR FREE :-)
Some people get "holiday pay" if Halloween falls on a work day but they take off (or biz closes to celebrate), some people just are off without pay, some people get overtime to work on the Halloween holiday and of course some employers expect you to work and your pay rate is not altered. It all depends on your arrangement with the place where you work. Some businesses have no paid holidays, not even Christmas! You really need to work this out with your employer if it is important to have certain paid holidays. Because the USA is a free country it cannot mandate specific paid or non-paid holidays for private business. I guess the answer to your question can be nearly anything you imagine depending on where you work, how important you are to the company and what your agreement is with your employer...best of luck finding the job opportunity you seek!
You didn't answer the question either and I am not looking for a job. Since there have been no positive answers then I take it that no one that has posted gets paid for the halloween "holiday".
By the way, your answer was worth what I paid for it, absolutely nothing.
Hanover Mom

Hanover, PA

#34 Oct 24, 2010
Question wrote:
<quoted text>You didn't answer the question either and I am not looking for a job. Since there have been no positive answers then I take it that no one that has posted gets paid for the halloween "holiday".
By the way, your answer was worth what I paid for it, absolutely nothing.
What is a "positive answer", you mean you NEEDED somebody saying "yes", ok YES in 2005-2008 I got holiday pay on Halloween just like Martin described, so what of it? Next time you have an answer in mind just blurt out your opinion instead of this meandering dishonest nonsense you just embarked on. Martin nailed it, I've had a few jobs in my time and he described the possibilities pretty darn well. I'm not surprised that you don't want a job either, who would have you?

What the heck is wrong with you kid? Martin was the only person kind enough to indulge your silly question (who KNOWS where it was going?)and you chastise him for giving you a dead on and honest answer? Let me guess, you are a teenager? What an entitlement issue! Go ask mommy if you can have your video game back, you are not able to play with grown ups. LOL!

NEXT!!! LOL!
Question

Hanover, PA

#35 Oct 24, 2010
Hanover Mom wrote:
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What is a "positive answer", you mean you NEEDED somebody saying "yes", ok YES in 2005-2008 I got holiday pay on Halloween just like Martin described, so what of it? Next time you have an answer in mind just blurt out your opinion instead of this meandering dishonest nonsense you just embarked on. Martin nailed it, I've had a few jobs in my time and he described the possibilities pretty darn well. I'm not surprised that you don't want a job either, who would have you?
What the heck is wrong with you kid? Martin was the only person kind enough to indulge your silly question (who KNOWS where it was going?)and you chastise him for giving you a dead on and honest answer? Let me guess, you are a teenager? What an entitlement issue! Go ask mommy if you can have your video game back, you are not able to play with grown ups. LOL!
NEXT!!! LOL!
All I was looking for was a simple yes or no. You answered the question and then some, but some people just like to ramble on and on and on. Best you see a doctor for that condition.
WMT

Hanover, PA

#36 Oct 24, 2010
Question wrote:
<quoted text>All I was looking for was a simple yes or no. You answered the question and then some, but some people just like to ramble on and on and on. Best you see a doctor for that condition.
Troll...
Question

Hanover, PA

#37 Oct 24, 2010
WMT wrote:
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Troll...
Tard
Martin

Hanover, PA

#38 Oct 24, 2010
Duh wrote:
When can the ocmplaints start about people putting out their chairs early to hold a spot for the parade? You know the one where we get to complain that only the unemployed get a good spot because those of us that work can't put out chairs during the day because we are at work....
I'm sure togetherness and sense of community will prevail like it often does in Hanover...or maybe just mitigated anarchy. See ya at the parade, my kids always have a great time watching the spectacle...and the parade is nice too!
Duh

Hanover, PA

#39 Oct 26, 2010
Martin wrote:
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I'm sure togetherness and sense of community will prevail like it often does in Hanover...or maybe just mitigated anarchy. See ya at the parade, my kids always have a great time watching the spectacle...and the parade is nice too!
I like the mitigated anarchy.....:)
irish

Hanover, PA

#40 Oct 23, 2012
"Go back to ________, " first sign of an ignoramus. Heres a free education. First of all, most people dont have a choice what city they live in. They live where they work. Most cannot just get a job somewhere else, and even those who feasibly could change jobs, woud experience a great hardship doing so. Second, moving out of the problem isnt the solution to theproblem. We live in a democracy. There wil be some old codgers or satanists who dont participate in events, and others who do. The answer is not for one group to go away so the other can live happily. The answer is for peoples voices, including complaints, to be heard and the majority to rule. Which brings me to number three. We in the community all pay taxes, whether we like all the rules here or not. We pay the taxes that pay the city that pays the salary of the boards that make the rules. So we have a right to protest those rules. What people need to do is not move , but go down to city hall during the town meeting and tell them to pound sand.

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