posted by Tom Harper @ 3:00 PM
Actually...some of them escaped! I've seen them right here in my town! Be on alert and prepared all you war on Xmas troopers...you could be tackyed (sic) to death right in your own neighborhood!!
Could be an internment camp or it could be all of Santa and the Snowmen's illegitimate babies. Hey, I only report you can decide which is which :) Merry Hoho to all you all here. Hope the big fat guy in a red suit leaves you stuff and doesn;t get busted for stalking :) :) :)
jadedj: Uh oh. Thanks for the warning. I'm ready!Jess: Oh My God -- Anchor Santas! And speaking of Santa busted for stalking...
A very religious friend and I were talking a few weeks ago, and we both remembered in our home towns how on Christmas you could just drive and drive to no traffic. TV was some sports, some specials taped that summer and repeats. You were shit out of luck if you forgot something unless you could get it at the local 7/11 as all the stores were closed.Now traffic is impossible, Sports fill the TV and all the stores are open and/or preparing for the “black” (black sales matter) sales in which people give up their family time to wait in line and then beat each other up looking for bargains.However my friend blamed it all on Atheist and Christmas Haters. I pointed out that even the Religious Schools are playing on Christian Holidays, Bowl games and even on Sundays with the rest. Corporate CEO’s that may contribute to politicians and parties (one really) and espouse traditional values, and may be in church during the holiday can kneel and smile that their stores are open, making their employees give up their family and church times to make money for them.Forget your shopping, feel like take out, or just a pizza delivery? No Problem anymore! All while you are on your tablet ordering from Amazon and bidding on Ebay!“No” I told her, it wasn’t the Atheist that changed Christmas, it’s a higher power. It’s GREED! Erik
I laughed so hard the first time I saw this picture.
Great picture! Too bad about your friend, Erik. Heh!
Erik: Very good points. Traffic is Godawful 24/7, stores are open 24/7 and we're all available and reachable (or expected to be) on our phones all the time; always texting and searching for the best deal Right Now. Can't blame the War on Christmas for this. We've done it to ourselves and/or allowed it to be done.Jim: Me too.Snave: Yup, sometimes these rude awakenings are necessary.
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