It's one in the morning on Christmas morning, and I am working on this podcast. I, like everyone at this house, have a cold. Yet here I am. Dedication, wot? anyway, I hope you enjoy Batman and Wonder Woman in exciting Christmas situations.
I'm reading this awesome book about Christmas Origins, and I think some of you might like it. Old Magic of Christmas by Linda Raedisch I chose part of a chapter on elves, since my mouth dropped open more there than in the pages before. Who knows; I haven't finished the book!
This time, I'm presenting the podcast myself, as Krampus is recovering from a joyous Krampusnacht. We're going back to basics with Christmas Origins, and you'll be hearing a lot of cocktail lounge-style carols.
Yes, it's Time for Turkey, as the lady on the radio says. Or rather, as all those made-up freaks on the food network say. Actually, to tell you the truth, I love Thanksgiving Live on the Food Network. Much better than the balloon parade. Just listen to my sermon on the podcast, and Keep Calm.
As a secular society, we must strive to never be lax ub our language, and have a firm understanding of what we mean when we utter the dreaded phrase "Happy Holidays," Bill O'Reiily thought he had a Checkmate, Atheists moment when he gleefully pointed out that there are no holidays until Christmas. We poor, poor atheists would therefore be fool […]