Too much Halloween, and more

An Oklahoma man’s gruesome Halloween decorations, which include a fake dead body in his driveway, have prompted complaints from neighbors.

Too much Halloween

An Oklahoma man’s gruesome Halloween decorations, which include a fake dead body in his driveway, have prompted complaints from neighbors and even a 911 call. Johnnie Mullins says he was “just trying to scare people,” but neighbors say the dead body, which appears to be crushed by Mullins’s bloodied garage door, crosses the line. “If I think it’s real, just think of what a child would think,” said one parent.

Post office ends “Let’s Move’’ campaign

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The U.S. Postal Service halted the production of its exercise-themed stamps over complaints that some of the illustrations depicted children who were not wearing protective gear. The offending “Let’s Move’’ stamps showed children skateboarding without knee pads, cannonballing into the water, and doing headstands without a helmet.

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