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10 Halloween Costume Ideas for Your Horse [PICTURES]

From dogs dressed as Darth Vaderto Elvis kitties, we can’t stop stuffing our four-legged friends into Halloween attire each October. Dog and cat costume parades are more popular than ever, and everyone from major pet supply companies like Petco to mom-and-pop Etsy dealers make a mint on adorable animal outfits. (Our pets, on the other hand, become more indignant with each passing fall).

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Halloween Costume Ideas That Use a Coat

Let me take you back to my childhood; the early 80s. Halloween was all about wearing the boxed costume that had a cheap plastic mask tied with a rubber band and a flimsy, plastic smock that represented your costume

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Where to Get Halloween Costumes in Yakima

It's time to start thinking about what to dress up as for Halloween. Whether it's something classic or modern, here are several places in Yakima that you buy your Halloween Costumes.

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Halloween Costumes You Can Make in Yakima With Stuff You Already Have In Your House For Halloween 2012

Now is as good as a time as any to think about what your next Halloween costume is going to be. For easy homemade Halloween costumes, you don't need a lot. Some go all out and have costumes with lights and moving parts. Some Halloween costumes are simply store-bought, which there's nothing wrong with that. But if you wanna get people talking and stand out, you'll make your own. You should never think you need to go all out to make your own costume, either. In fact, there are plenty of costumes you can make using things you already have at home. Here are a few ideas.

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Florida Residents Given Capes to Fight Unemployment

A government-supported unemployment agency in Central Florida is in hot water today after it reportedly spent $14,200 to fund 6,000 superhero capes to hand out to unemployed area residents.

It's all part of what's being called the 'Cape- A-Bility Challenge,' a contest in which out-of-work Floridians take on "Dr. Evil Unemployment," a cartoon character that represents the current state of the economy. (The agency also spent $2,300 on foam cutouts of this job-killing super villain.)

Once they enter the contest, they will be provided with a red cape -- while supplies last, of course. The campaign, which some are calling "insensitive and wasteful," runs through June 30.

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