I did enjoy this anthology and am looking forward to reading the other anthologies that Dark Arts Books has published. Sep 28, Christopher Munroe rated it it was amazing. I picked this up as part of my newfound ongoing obsession with Martin Mundt, as he'd contributed three stories here, as one of four authors in this collection of short horror fiction by authors from Chicago.
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WOW short horror fiction from Chicago is messed up, you guys. I can't even begin. Taboos are shatters, the grotesque is never shied away from, the worst of humanity is put on a pedestal, and always, always, the worst possible thing will happen. If you have a weak stomach, shy I picked this up as part of my newfound ongoing obsession with Martin Mundt, as he'd contributed three stories here, as one of four authors in this collection of short horror fiction by authors from Chicago.
If you have a weak stomach, shy away from this collection, but if you want something that challenges your notions about what can be forced to work in the realm of weird, quirky horror, read this immediately. Brisk, creepy and undeniably fun!
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Jan 15, Kim rated it really liked it. There are some fun and truly sick stories in this collection of horror from Twilight Tales. The first release from my Dark Arts Books press. May 24, Randy rated it it was amazing.
This book was my introduction to Bizarro Fiction! Ellie rated it it was amazing May 10, Sally Elvart rated it it was amazing Mar 14, Isaac Tyler rated it liked it Mar 10, Paul Mannering rated it it was amazing Feb 03, Darren rated it really liked it Oct 16, Roxanne rated it really liked it May 02, Louise rated it really liked it Jan 29, Robert Vanneste rated it liked it Mar 03, Gifford rated it it was amazing Feb 03, Kathleen rated it did not like it Jun 10, Martel Sardina rated it really liked it Mar 22, Tristan rated it it was amazing Apr 30, Scott Snee rated it liked it Oct 22, Mommacat rated it it was amazing Jan 24, John Weagly rated it really liked it Jun 16, Gifford rated it it was amazing Mar 14, Eric marked it as to-read Sep 13, Jenn added it Nov 21, Michael marked it as to-read Mar 22, Krysta marked it as to-read Nov 30, Guillemette marked it as to-read Apr 10, Patrick marked it as to-read Apr 16, Alicia marked it as to-read Nov 03, Brian Rosenberger marked it as to-read Feb 27, Jeff added it Nov 24, Mike marked it as to-read Jan 30, James marked it as to-read Dec 14, Autumn Is Azathoth marked it as to-read Nov 14, Jessica added it Nov 28, Brandon marked it as to-read Mar 30, Rachel Rentfro marked it as to-read May 26, BookDB marked it as to-read Nov 19, They would prefer just throwing out the candy instead of having a possible lawsuit.
Believe me, companies face lawsuits literally everyday. I guess they are still scared to do it just in case. Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Act of Signed into law by President Bill Clinton , this law, named after Rep. Bill Emerson who encouraged the proposal but died before it was passed , makes it easier to donate food by allowing donor liability only in cases of gross negligence.
Parent commenter can toggle NSFW or delete. Will also delete on comment score of -1 or less. Companies look for any possible way to protect themselves from lawsuits. Would it benefit a LOT more people than just throwing it out? Do I disagree with companies throwing it out, and not just letting the employees do what they want with it? The companies, when they throw it out and mark it down in their books, get a tax write off because of it.
The companies cannot do that and also give the food away too. That would be against the law. Yes, up to a certain point. They can only write off a certain amount of product as a loss on their taxes. If the company is a country wide store, and all stores throw the products out, they would not be able to write off the whole amount due to write off limits.
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Why would they be throwing away nice candy that's not even open? I won't be able to eat it all in a week, even, but I would surely give it a shot!
I've actually only had a few pieces. I told myself I would try to lose a few pounds before thanksgiving so I didn't feel bad about myself pigging out when the time came.
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Expiration dates are always stamped super early anyway. Expired candy is actually still good several months after the stamped date. I wonder why they threw all of it away? Theres alot of bite-sized candies, so maybe they were they simply overstocked from lack of Halloween sales?
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