Friday, December 23, 2005

Dec. 23: Merry Christmas

Jay Leno (host of The Tonight Show) said we should call Jesus the "Holiday Infant."
I know he meant it as a joke but one thing is not funny -- it is getting ridiculous, the way people are so preoccupied with being politically correct. Is it Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays?
With that in mind, I just want to stand and say that I don't care what they all say:

Merry Christmas to one and all -- and may you all have a Blessed 2006.

It has been so long since I've posted anything here. I get so busy on my other favorite sites (AW boards - where I average about 20 posts a day) and I tend to neglect this new site.


  1. Merry Impolitically Correct Holidays! And a blessed 2006 to you, too!

    (That translates into 'old-speak' as: Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

  2. MERRY CHRISTmas! Have a wonderful day with your family and friends.

    Wonderful New Year coming up!

  3. Thank you Unique and Lady.
    It was a nice 2005. As far as my writing career went, I got a bit done and all because of joining the AW boards - it was the best move I did all year.

    Here's to all of us - and to greater things in 2006!

  4. What a great sentiment. I went around all month saying "Merry Christmas" no matter how many people came up to me and said, in hushed whispers, "Er, you might offend someone." Oh dear.

    Merry Christmas!