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Re: Is David scared of Halloween?

I think he's targeting his audience:  Grandparents buying decorations to amuse their grandchildren don't want scary decorations, and contrary to what anyone says, I am of the opinion that David's audience is mostly made up of older women.  Do I have proof? Absolutely not.  

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Re: Is David scared of Halloween?

Years ago when they did Halloween shows some of the items was  scary and people complain about some of the items. They would do shows in full costumes and some of the items was a bit much because they stop doing the shows.

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Re: Is David scared of Halloween?

Perhaps David's comments were made in light of the sensory issues with autistic children.  I have noticed this being addressed with local summer activities; 2 carnivals, 2 street fairs, and a special swim night were arranged for these children and their families.   

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Re: Is David scared of Halloween?

I would love to see how David celebrates Halloween in real life. Got a feeling he and his friends really have a fun time.

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Re: Is David scared of Halloween?

@chessylady    I'll bet the children that trick or treat at his door are very happy they stopped by. 

 

I think his personality suggests a warmth from having kept some of that childhood awe that comes through when he presents nostalgic items.

 

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Re: Is David scared of Halloween?

I can't believe anyone would ask this question.  It just seems like a stupid question to me.  And the poster is looking for speculation. 

 

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Re: Is David scared of Halloween?


@Kachina624 wrote:

He does t want customers to hesitate buying something because it might scare children.  I never saw a happy Dracula though.


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