October 26th, 2015 at 7:53 PM ^

JH: I've tried to advise them [his kids] to get TWO costumes... to be go-getters. You can hit the neighborhood in one costume, and it's better to run and to jog from house to house, then you can get more candy than anybody else. Then come home and make a quick change into a second costume, go hit those same houses again.

Q: Is that what you did?

JH: I did, yeah. Hustle, constant hustle. Hustling at all times.

Mr. Yost

October 26th, 2015 at 8:12 PM ^

When I was a kid at that late elementary school age where you can trick or treat by yourself (way back when, parents let their kids do things by themselves because the world wasn't such a fucked up place)...my best friend and I would meet up at my house, get our costumes and pillow cases (trick or treat bags)...and hit the neighborhood.

Then we'd go to his house. Switch costumes. Grab pillow cases and do it all over again.

Call it cheating...but we never once took all the candy from the bowl of the lazy fuckers who'd just set the bowl outside on the porch.

A man gotta have a code.


October 26th, 2015 at 9:13 PM ^

You know, my kids were actually disappointed with last year's haul - part of that was that the weather was absolutely shitty where we were, but also we were encumbered by being part of a larger group. Now, I shall employ this strategy, and yes, it is my wife's fault that she bought multiple costumes to account for Halloween parties and the like. The opportunities for candy are now only limited by the actual start of the Michigan game, and even then, I shall make sure my wife is aware of the game plan. 

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October 26th, 2015 at 9:29 PM ^

I know it's funny and all, but he is representing this university. Do we really want recruits and incoming freshman that we encourage STEALING??! I mean, cmon. He might be better than Hoke, but at least he ran a spotless program.