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    Re: Trivia

    I'll hand out these:
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    Oh dear lord.... those poor kids...

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Baxter View Post
    That's nasty... like giving out apples to little kids when all they want is the dang candy!
    The mini boxes of raisins were the ultimate insult as well

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    I actually liked the raisins. I still do.

    But I also like candy corn and marshmallow candies.

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    What Handing Out Full Size Candy Bars on Halloween Says About You, According to Behavioral Economists

    Customer dissatisfaction spikes more with companies who have generous reward programs that they can't maintain than with companies with no reward programs at all. Disconfirmation theory shows our satisfaction is very subjective, she says, it's not absolute, but driven by what we expect. An act of first-time generosity and then subsequent downgrade to market norms can be a disappointment.

    Handing out full-size candy? "There's a cautionary tale in there," Hogan said. "You better be willing to stick with it."

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    The American Scholar: 10 Famous Authors With Surprising Day Jobs

    A decade before he published The Catcher in the Rye, J. D. Salinger worked as the activities director on a luxury Swedish cruise ship. He would later set "Teddy," a short story from his collection Nine Stories, on a cruise ship.

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    As he points out himself, the comedian Jim Gaffigan's last name may mean "the Anxious One."

    Gavigan - Wikipedia

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    https://7news.com.au/news/april-fool...he-day-c-34692

    For their April Fools joke, Travelodge Hotels said it would have 50 per cent discounts for guests willing to share half their room.

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