Games Holiday

Snowcraft

Snowcraft Every December since I can’t remember when I’ve stumbled across this silly game. This, if anything can, will lighten the clouds hanging over your day. Even when you lose. The giggling of the children as they knock your players out is infectious. You want to laugh along with them and play again. Enjoy your …

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Rites of Spring

A few years ago on Facebook, I posted the image at right to The Wife‘s wall.  Silly me, I was thinking I could entice the woman I love into engaging in some Rites of Spring when I posted it. Easter is the traditional holiday that most closely corresponds with the Vernal Equinox, the celestial demarcation for the …

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Holiday Humor

Valentine’s Day, 2017

Can you tell I’m not a fan of this holiday? If anyone knows the author of this image I’d love to credit them.Image first used by me here. A long time ago. What was your first clue? J. Geils Band Love Stinks The Wife and I did our Valentine’s outing at 9pm last night. I recommend …

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Holiday Humor Religion

War on Christmas, Black Santa

This was a thing again this year. FOX News declaring that Santa is white. Why is it important what color Santa is? Why does anyone care? The fact that this is still a thing makes it even weirder than it was way back in 2013 when Jon Stewart riffed on the subject in these segments …

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Holiday Humor Podcast

April Fool’s Day

It is April the first in case most of you haven’t checked your calendars. That is April Fool’s Day in the US.  I despise April Fool’s Day. It’s the only day of the year trusted sources go out of their way to pull your leg; and as many good comics have noted, the amateurs are …

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Holiday Humor Philosophy Religion

Rites of Spring

A few years back on Facebook, I posted the image at right to The Wife’s wall.  Silly me, I was thinking I could entice the woman I love into engaging in some Rites of Spring when I posted it. I posted it on Easter because Easter is the celebration that corresponds most closely with the Vernal Equinox, …

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Family Holiday Politics

Independence Day

For the last few years my July 4th celebrations have been limited to watching my favorite holiday film and the wife‘s favorite holiday film; which are 1776 watched on the dusty old laserdisc player (the only complete version of the film in existence, although the blu-ray comes close to it) and ID4 which can be …

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