Monthly Archives: December 2012

Happy Holidays: a diatribe

Happy Holidays.  I say this only to introduce the topic of discussion, typically I’ll say “Merry Christmas” unless I know the person doesn’t celebrate Christmas, and I mean they legitimately don’t celebrate Christmas by having presents or anything.  If you … Continue reading

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Lincoln, Bob Dylan and the Apocalypse

Presumably the apocalypse did not come Friday.  I wanted to wait till I was sure before I started getting smart about it, but now that it is Saturday every where in the world then I feel safe to report.   … Continue reading

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A Sheldon Cooper moment: White Christmas

First, a definition.  A Sheldon Cooper moment is what I’m using to term a time to explain something that people enjoy for the sake of itself and introducing a random tidbit that the speaker thinks will enlighten or make others … Continue reading

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