So, it’s that time of year, again, when we get to see a dirty, half-drunk Santa dressed up and ringing a bell outside of the local shopping centers in honor of the Salvation Army. Before you reach into your pocket and pull out that handful of change and pocket lint, take a minute to read this post! If you are like me, then you want to do what you can to help change the world, but at the same time, you don’t want to help make it suck more. While the Salvation Army has helped out many many people, they have also turned their backs on many people in need… for instance: THE ENTIRE GAY COMMUNITY! That’s right, I said it. The Salvation Army is anti-homosexuality! Now, put that change back in your pocket! I have done my homework and have located lots of other charities where your money would be much more appreciated, such as Habitat For Humanity (which has a Christian background, but discriminates against no one).
As soon as your gut is full to the point of bursting, and your brain has reached sleepy mode, Thanksgiving law dictates you watch either lots of football or some sort of television program. With today being that most glorious of eating days, why not sit down with one of America’s most beloved sitcom families: The Cosbys. Read the rest of this entry »
Well world, we’re just a day away from mammoth mounds of mashed potatoes, a plethora of pies, and a banquet of booze. Men of all ages are readying their belt loosening muscles, while storing massive amounts of energy to unleash during game time. With these things in mind, I’ve decided this entry should be about men stuffs and Tim Allen is the only one who can bring it. Read the rest of this entry »
There is no holiday a Viking like me enjoys more than Thanksgiving. A wonderful time of year when families travel from all over to enjoy glasses of sweet mead, heaping mounds of stuffing, mashed potatoes draped with a mighty slice of cheese, not to mention the succulent appeal of juicy drumsticks. It’s enough to give a eunuch a hard on. But while us folk in the real world are enjoying the feast of a lifetime, our favorite tv families are doing the same though on a slightly more wacky level. Something tells me Hollywood sends spies to my family’s events for script ideas. Read the rest of this entry »
By Joe Provost
With Thanksgiving in just a few days I thought it would be good to take stock of some things I’m thankful for. These are by no means the 10 things I’m most thankful for (far to introspective for my fragile psyche), just some things that came to mind whilst pondering the idea. Post you own lists and then we’ll all join hands for a lively rendition of Kumbaya. Happy Thanksgiving you turkeys.