Morning six-pack: What we're reading on Halloween

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Happy Thursday, Happy Halloween, and Happy Feast of Samhain Eve. Scared yet?

Social Security recipients only got a 1.5 percent cost of living adjustment this year. That's the good news; it actually could have been worse. (The Economic Populist.)

We've heard of driving under the influence, driving while intoxicated and Driving Miss Daisy. But driving while Google Glassing? That's a new one. (Mashable)

Meet the man who is cracking heads on Wall Street by using an "old statute" (our colleague, Dan Mangan, is freaking out over this term) to prosecute mortgage fraud. (New York Times DealBook)

Another of our colleagues, Lawrence Delevingne, has been writing about investment opportunities in Africa. Mark Mobius agrees, and sees a rising middle class ready to consume. (Mobius via Franklin Templeton)

Traders kind of didn't know what to make of Facebook earnings, but they've decided Thursday morning that things are kind of OK. (The Verge)

And, finally ... worries about a stock market bubble are growing. And you know what that means.'s Katie Holliday explains.

—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.