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Rochester, NY

#1 Oct 30, 2012
Anyone know when Trick or treating is this year, and the time please?

I'm assuming it Wednesday night, but need the time as well. Thanks
In the Know

Long Eddy, NY

#2 Oct 30, 2012
5PM to 7PM.
Canceled

Woburn, MA

#3 Oct 30, 2012
Because of the sprinkles from Hurricane Sandy Halloween is canceled this year.
LF Resident

Long Eddy, NY

#4 Oct 30, 2012
Canceled wrote:
Because of the sprinkles from Hurricane Sandy Halloween is canceled this year.
Learn how to spell and then someone might just take you seriously. Until then, you are just going to be viewed as a stupid person who knows nothing.
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Phoenix, NY

#6 Oct 31, 2012
LF Resident wrote:
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Learn how to spell and then someone might just take you seriously. Until then, you are just going to be viewed as a stupid person who knows nothing.
Damn dude, the guy forgot to add a COMMA, calm down.

I can't imagine trick or treat occurring since it's going to rain today ...
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Ilion, NY

#7 Oct 31, 2012
LF Resident wrote:
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Learn how to spell and then someone might just take you seriously. Until then, you are just going to be viewed as a stupid person who knows nothing.
There isn't one thing wrong with the spelling. Is it only because of a comma? Huh
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Little Falls, NY

#8 Oct 31, 2012
Correct wrote:
<quoted text> There isn't one thing wrong with the spelling. Is it only because of a comma? Huh
There should have been another l in cancelled.
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Syracuse, NY

#9 Oct 31, 2012
LF Resident wrote:
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Learn how to spell and then someone might just take you seriously. Until then, you are just going to be viewed as a stupid person who knows nothing.
What is spelled wrong in that post?
Not true

Syracuse, NY

#10 Oct 31, 2012
Right wrote:
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There should have been another l in cancelled.
Canceled vs. cancelled

In American English, the verb cancel is inflected canceled and canceling¬ówith one l. In varieties of English from outside the U.S., including Canadian, British, and Australian English, cancelled and cancelling are the preferred spellings
not true

Syracuse, NY

#11 Oct 31, 2012
Right wrote:
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There should have been another l in cancelled.
Canceled vs. cancelled

In American English, the verb cancel is inflected canceled and canceling¬ówith one l. In varieties of English from outside the U.S., including Canadian, British, and Australian English, cancelled and cancelling are the preferred spellings.
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Syracuse, NY

#12 Oct 31, 2012
Great English lesson. I just love LF Topix.

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