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(8,958 posts)
Thu Oct 29, 2020, 02:16 PM Oct 2020


Full moon, Halloween, Stolen Elections, murder hornets, Covid, Vanilla ISIS roaming streets in pickups, Guns at polling places, Supreme Court witches talking in tongues, 2020, no worries. Happy Halloween everyone. A year when a maskless trick or treaters is the most horrifying costume. A maskless screaming Karen. 😱😵😱😵

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Boo!!!! (Original Post) Traildogbob Oct 2020 OP
BLUUUUUUUUUUEEEEEE Moon! malaise Oct 2020 #1
Oh hell yea Traildogbob Oct 2020 #3
Well guess what - it will - FDR was President the last time this happened malaise Oct 2020 #4
Wow Traildogbob Oct 2020 #6
You summed it up well. StarryNite Oct 2020 #2
Yikes! world wide wally Oct 2020 #5


(8,958 posts)
3. Oh hell yea
Thu Oct 29, 2020, 02:20 PM
Oct 2020

Did not realize this omen. 😀 I wish it would cast blue over the whole nation as a sign.


(269,741 posts)
4. Well guess what - it will - FDR was President the last time this happened
Thu Oct 29, 2020, 02:24 PM
Oct 2020

Ready for a rare treat this weekend? The Halloween sky will be glowing brightly with a full moon — the second full moon to appear in October 2020 and the first full Halloween moon to shine in all U.S. time zones in 76 years.

Its distinction as the second full moon in the same calendar month makes this a “blue moon,” even though it will sport its same whitish-yellow color as usual.

The last time all U.S. time zones were treated to a full moon on Halloween was in 1944, according to the Farmers' Almanac. More recently, a full moon lit up the sky on Halloween night in 2001, but only in the Central and Pacific time zones.



(8,958 posts)
6. Wow
Thu Oct 29, 2020, 02:34 PM
Oct 2020

Thank you for this info. Great post.
Not sure I can watch the returns on Tuesday night. Way too horrifying.
It would be more calming to sit alone in the dark with a 78 inch Ultra HD, 3D TV in booming Bose surround sound with Acid and Multiple Red Bull’s watching every Chain Saw movie and Exorcism movie and force fed Sugar rich Candy Corn for 8 hours in a steal neck brace and eyes lids forced open like Jack Nicholson. Much calmer.

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