• Take Part in the Halloween Forever Project 2017

    Dangerous Talker Derynie dressed as Willy Wonka

    Halloween is one of my favorite holidays for three reasons. First, people get to dress up in sexy, funny, creative, and sometimes offensive costumes. Second, they give away free candy. And third, the Religious Right frequently call this holiday “Satan’s Holiday” and they get extra wacky in response.

    Because of this, Dangerous Talk is once again having a little fun with the Halloween Forever Project. Don’t take this too seriously, it is just meant to be in good fun. Here is what you have to do: Take a photo of yourself, a friend, or friends in your Halloween costumes holding a sign reading, “FB/DangerousTalk,” to help promote the Dangerous Talk Facebook page, to let me know that the photo is of you or of people you actually know and not just some random costume from the interwebs, and to just show off your sexy, funny, creative, and/or offensive costume. Atheism, science, and generally awesome costumes are preferred of course. Be sexy, funny, creative, offensive, or just dress up however you like. Be you and be awesome.

    E-mail photos to DangerousTalk@gmail.com

    I will post all photos on the Facebook page and I may use some in an upcoming article on either Skeptic Ink or Huffington Post depending on the response. By sending me your photos, you are consenting to me using them for either promotional purposes or for use in an article. Anyone sending me photos will be added to the Dangerous Talk “Helladay Card” list and will have the option to receive a “Helladay Card” from Dangerous Talk in December.

    Can’t wait to see your costumes! Happy Halloween.

    Oh, and remember that the winter holidays are approaching and you can use the Dangerous Talk Amazon Affiliate link to buy everything you need. Thanks!

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    Article by: Staks Rosch

    Staks Rosch is a writer for the Skeptic Ink Network & Huffington Post, and is also a freelance writer for Publishers Weekly. Currently he serves as the head of the Philadelphia Coalition of Reason and is a stay-at-home dad.

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