For those of you visiting my site from another country, Halloween in the United States has grown into one of our biggest excuses to eat, drink and be merry, not to mention having some fun with cultural stereotypes. This Halloween, my friend and I went as patriotic pundits. I was a combination of Captain America and Uncle Sam, and my friend was Aunt Samette. We also conducted a vote, and were surprised that “It doesn’t make a difference” won by one vote over “Barack Obama”. I was proud of designing the Barack Obama and Mitt Romney bra, and am very surprised that we lost the costume contest to a couple of generic zombies.
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