One for my Jewish friends: (Well. Among others, of course.) Remember, don’t say “Happy Holidays,” say “Chag chanukah sameach.” And a happy new year.
There are tacky nativity scenes, and then there are tacky nativity scenes…. …And then there’s this. Which deserves a post all to itself. Because I have absolutely nothing to say about it. (Suggested in the comments by Jen; posted on Facebook by Darth Accordion. I suppose the right response is “Thanks,” but wow.)
If you’re looking for the perfect Christmas gift for the person who has everything…. … and, if you’re looking for something to play on it, how about a brand new CD from Thornfield, or a slightly older CD from me? (Note: May not actually be playable on a Philco Port-O-Sound Cart. Check with your local [...]
I’ve heard a lot about “finding purpose for your life.” Today I read what might be the best thing I’ve ever read on the subject. It’s incredibly simple. In fact, it’s just five words. Ready? (I got this from Jon Acuff, who credits it from here. ) Thoughts?
From the Department of Things That Probably Say Something About The World Today, here’s an ad I got in my email today (Wednesday) for “Black Friday”: “Black Friday,” as we know, was named in honor of Mr. Wilson J. Black, who coined the famous saying about a fool and his money. (Actually, I’m just curious [...]
In which it is revealed exactly why my website needs a tag called The Utterly Random. (via Neil Gaiman, who gets reblogged a lot here for some reason.)