Thursday, December 29, 2005

Happy New Year!!

Kids, I'm posting this early because I am off tomorrow and have yet another 4 day weekend!! (I will not have online access at home because my DSL hasn't been installed yet and so will most likely not update again until Tuesday.) That said, Happy New Year!! Enjoy, revel in the merriment of the holiday!

* More importantly, on Jan. 2nd at 4:30 pm EST my beloved Fighting Irish of Notre Dame will take the field once more vs. The Ohio State University Buckeyes. This heated contest is much like Titan vs. Titan. We here at Rebalancing headquarters are eagerly awaiting an Irish victory, only time will tell.

-In other news, Lord Vader will be coming over to my house this weekend to help me install the new TV for Honey and I. We have all the necessary power tools, intelligence, and know-how that we need, so I'm sure a 30 minute job will only take us 3-4 hours. Honey went to Ikea yesterday and returned with quite a bit of things for our humble abode. I'd love to share with you what they are, but sources are still unconfirmed due to the fact that the product descriptions are all in Sverge and I'm a little rusty...

-Happy New Year everyone, and may you live with Love, Happiness, and Prosperity in 2006.

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Some new tunes...

Hi kids,
Honey got me the new O.A.R. album "Stories of a Stranger" for Christmas and I've given it some preliminary listens, (putting it through it's paces so to speak). Being an O.A.R. fan, I must say I was not bothered by the "major label" aspect of this album. Many fans seem to be upset when the band they enjoy goes from regional/quasi-underground/quietly gaining popularity status, to a popular national band, that garners media/major label attention. Guys, that's the whole point of supply and demand. What did you think was going to happen once the regional jam-band gains support and increases its fan base? Of course those fans are going to "want more" and major labels are going to take notice of what's popular, of what will sell to the masses, and so they offer a deal, the band takes it, and makes a professional sounding clean-cut record. I like it. It isn't the Old School O.A.R., from earlier releases like "The Wanderer" or "Risen", but that doesn't mean it's a crappy listen. In fact, it has some very good tracks (especially, "Lay Down") and I look forward to some more run throughs.

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

C-Day +2...

Well kids it is now 2 days past Christmas. The food I've eaten has settled, the grogginess has begrudgingly been shaken off, and the presents have been stacked in the "keeper" and "not-so-much" piles. (Though this year there are only 2 in the latter category, so I got that goin' for me, which is nice) Honey cried with joy when she opened the little box with my card and she loved her presents especially the diamond and pearl necklace. I still don't understand the phenomenon that is a woman's infatuation with little shiny stones, but I do understand that it is quite real, so I plan accordingly. My presents included mostly clothes, some tools, and yes, oh yes, finally, my very own "Showtime Rotisserie Oven." Now I too can, "Set it and Forget it." I have been mesmerized by the same infomercial every Sunday for the past 4-5 years, and now, at last, it is mine. No more Pavlovian reactions to the television, no more "Damn I want one of those"... Yahoo!

-In other news, for the first time in the 20 years I've been playing video games, I did not get a game from someone for Christmas... However, Lord Vader, because he did not know which one to get me this year, provided me with the ability to choose my own. So I kept the streak alive and picked up both Star Wars Republic Commando, [having the space-themed FPS campaign Halo should have had] and Brothers-in-Arms Road to Hill 30. [at first glance just another WWII FPS, but then when features such as swearing, realistic combat maneuvers (i.e. flanking & suppression fire), and no"magic health canteens" are added, a whole new experience is had.]

-In the end, what was most enjoyable was being with all of my loved ones, and seeing how happy they were when we were together enjoying food, libations, and present openings.

Sunday, December 25, 2005

Merry Christmas to all...

Merry Christmas kids!! I am currently in L-ton at my parents' home. It was great to have my whole family together. My sister came in town from Florida with her fiance and new mini Dachsund puppy "Frank". (He looks like a slinky dog.) My other sister was home, along with my grandfather, Honey, my cousin, his wife and their adorable 2 yr. old son, Gianni. It was Chrismarific. Now after 5 dozen of my ma's homemade clams casino, pasta, meatballs, shrimp, and cookies, I am a bloated mess, and I will be retiring shortly awaiting the morning when I get to see my loved ones' faces when they open their presents. To all, I wish you a very merry Rebalanced Christmas!!

-Here it is once again from my favorite Christmas special:

Linus Van Pelt: Sure, Charlie Brown, I can tell you. Lights, please.

"And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the fields, keeping watch over their flocks by night. And lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them, and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, Fear not, for behold, I bring unto you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you this day is born in the City of Bethlehem, a Savior, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; you shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger. And suddenly there was with the angel, a multitude of the heavenly host, praising God, and saying, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on Earth peace, good will toward men'".

That's what Christmas is all about, Charlie brown.

Thursday, December 22, 2005

On a pedestal...

Kids, we have an issue to discuss today regarding the highly touted 40 yr. Old Virgin movie. Most everyone I know that had seen it thought it was hilarious, some even felt it was more amusing than The Wedding Crashers. My response, "BLASPHEMY." Honey and I were so excited because we both loved the comedic genius that is WC, but we were let down by 40 yr. Don't get me wrong, there were some funny parts,(the chest waxing) some funny lines, (the barbs between the black guy vs. the pakistani) but all-in-all it was mediocre at best. One thing I did find particularly amusing is that the main character instantly reminded me of 2 people I know. One I met while in college, the other is an acquaintance that lives in my condo complex. It made me snicker to myself everytime I saw the title character alone, playing video games amidst his collectible action figures and comics...

-In other news, today is Lord "Doc" Vader's birthday, so to my father I say, "Happy Birthday!!"
Honey and I are going home tonight to L-ton to enjoy a family celebration, should be good times!!!

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

"Five Dorky Things" Badum bum bum...

Hi Kids, I was talking to a long time friend yesterday, and she was explaining different character traits that women see in men, (little quirks if you will) and which are dorky/endearing and which are dorky/obnoxious. So here we go: (Endearing on the left, Obnoxious on the right)

1. Playing video games in one's free time/Not having free time due to playing video games.
2. Being a fan of certain movies, characters etc.../Wanting to be, or believing one actually already is a fictional character.
3. Reading books like Narnia, LoTR/ reading every other fantasy/sci-fi knock off and mastering the fictional languages, customs, etc...
4. listening to alternative music/insisting that death metal or ultra-hipster, regional indie bands are just waiting to come into their own.
5. being indifferent about most sports/not knowing which ball is used for which sport, or even worse, what sports are.

That's all for today, there are a few more but, I was just told about some gifts I have to go run out and get. Awesome, because the shopping districts shouldn't be busy at all.

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Imperium Sine Fine...

Nooooooooooooo. Kids this has left me quite upset. No, let me amend that. I am borderline crushed. I cannot believe that the monuments of the greatest civilization the world has ever known, the founders of virtually everything we call "Western" are crumbling. To Mr. Berlusconi, and to Italia as a whole, I have waited my whole life to stroll through the Forum, walk inside the Colosseum, stand upon the Palatine Hill, etc... Finally, I have a chance in the next six months as Honey and I are planning on Honeymooning to Italia, (with a lengthy stop in the Eternal City) so please stop the crumbling. The world cannot afford to lose such wonders of antiquity. Please maintain the structures for everyone to enjoy for years to come, but take special care of them until I've gazed upon the memories of the glorious Empire, heard the whispering echoes of the past, and blinked through tears while marvelling at it all. I can only hope that the birthplace of the West will remain as my profile avatar states, "Roma Invicta" (literally "Rome Undefeated", more appropriately, "Rome Everlasting")

Monday, December 19, 2005

Halos and Song and something else I forgot...

Hi kids. A most fantastical weekend to be sure. My shopping is virtually finished, our wedding plans are just being finalized six months ahead of the event, and now a coasting period can begin through the holidays. Just the way I like it!

On that note, Friday began the official Christmas chill out time. I spent my weekend afternoons both cleaning up the Old West and saving Earth from terrifying alien sentients. In my opinion I think Halo (defend Earth from alien invasion game) while a good game, left me asking myself, "What's all the hype about?" Is it good? Yes. Was I blown away? Not even close. It was too repetitive and thus I found myself feeling too blasé toward the end. In contrast, I like Red Dead Revolver (The Old West Shoot 'em up game) a lot. The story is campy, but engrossing, the score is written by the composer, Ennio Morricone of Sergio Leone's great Spaghetti Westerns, and the gameplay, while pitting you in virtually every "Western Scenario" there is, is fun to the point that I love playing it over and over, especially the multiplayer mode. I have yet to play Halo in multiplayer, so maybe that is where it will shine, we'll report back later.

In other news, I was listening to some music recently and heard a song I absolutely love, and it immediately got me all kinds of amped, (and by amped I mean got all excited, turned the volume up, and maybe there was singing and tapping) so I thought hmmmm what other songs have that type of emotional effect on me?? Well let's write some down. (in no particular order)

The Notre Dame Victory March
The Star-Spangled Banner
Seven Nation Army
Everlong
Hey Jude
In My Life
Sympathy for the Devil
Blue Orchid
Black Betty
Take Me Out
Do You Want To
Mr. Brightside
Clocks
A Message
Speed of Sound

-I realized in writing this that there are probably a ton more, and so I've decided to leave the rest for everyone out there in Rebalanced country. Please feel free to post some of your own "Rock out" tunes.

-Finally, while out at the bar Saturday evening, my friend Greg and I decided that something was so awesome that I just had to post about it onMonday. Unfortunately, we have no recollection of what it was. We're thinking on it, if we come up with it, I'll add it later.

Thursday, December 15, 2005

A Santa outfit?

Kids, have you ever thought about something that happened in the past and all of a sudden exclaimed, "AHA" as though a thunderbolt from Jupiter himself struck you square in the forehead, providing you with such a glorious epiphany? I had one of those this morning. I'll describe it for you. Honey and I were watching TV the other night, and the ever-so-wonderful VS commercial came on, with Alessandra in the pink Santa outfit. Now Honey is aware of my love of the VS Santa outfit, and so while watching it she exclaimed, "Huh" At the time I didn't really notice it, it was a muffled sound. However, today I mentioned in a phone convo. with her that I saw the outfit at our local VS. She uttered the very same "Huh"... Dum Dum Dum... Kids could it be that Honey might have acquired a Santa outfit?? I don't know, I hope so, she'd be a great Santa's helper! The suspense is killing me, but Christmas is coming soon. We shall see...

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Worst Movie EVER!

Oh kids do I have some yarn to spin today. Last night I got home late, had a plumber over to fix some things, went to Martin's to get food, and then called Honey to remind her to go rent The 40 yr. old Virgin because I had heard it was hysterical and we hadn't seen it yet. So Honey arrives with 2 blockbuster boxes in hand, only neither of them are comedy. Hmmm... curiouser and curiouser...The explanation I got was, "Sorry Darling but they were out of it" I mentioned some others that she could have rented, and was met with the same response. The plot thickens...Honey decided on the unilateral picking of the rented movie, and that turned out to be a worse debacle than Gallipoli. Honey chose a film that as she put it, "Looked OK on the shelf". Kids, if you are ever out renting a movie and you see one entitled Silence Becomes You, stay as far away from it as possible. This film, starring the thespian genius that is Alicia Silverstone, is quite possibly the worst film I have ever seen, ever. From start to end, I had absolutely no idea what the hell was going on. Maybe it was the fact that the content was on an intellectual plane that I cannot even aspire to alight on, or maybe, it was the fact that the cinematography was uninspired, the script was beyond atrocious, and the delivery of the putrid lines was muddled at best, completely horrid at worst. Unfortunately, the "at worst" scenario monopolizes most of the 88 minute run time. I am quite sure that this movie could turn a fan of film away from the industry entirely. I will speak no more of this, as I cannot devote any more time in thought to this artistical disaster.

*In Honey's defense the box art, and description are quite misleading, however, we have established a new rule to be added to the Constitutional Monarchy of Emperor Goose and Empress Honey (formerly known solely as the Empire of Goose) whose jurisdiction is valid only within the walls of our humble abode. The new ammendment to the Royal Decree states that Empress Honey is no longer allowed to make unilateral movie rental decisions that threaten to bring down the entire Imperial State, and the good will that it was founded upon. You may be asking yourself, "What about a similar rule for His Majesty Goose?" Ah well you see that rule was already enacted months ago when Goose, in his Imperial wisdom rented a little known "scary" movie entitled Cube. (we discussed this film earlier here in the Tues. Aug. 30 post) So all things are once again equal between the Imperator and his Empress Consort...

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Of Christmas Trees and Halos...

Well kids last night we officially decorated our humble abode and Honey and I have our "first Christmas tree" It's a 6.5 foot artificial wonder that looks more or less like the big brother to Charlie Brown's tree. (Hey it looked great on the box) However, as Honey and Linus say, "It's not such a bad little tree" We put lights, and ornaments, and candy canes on it, and with the rest of the decorations it looks pretty decent.

-In other news, I was recently faced with a dilemma. While perusing my local Targét I stumbled across the Platinum Series games for my new XBox. Apparently the highly touted Halo is one such game, as was a Western shoot 'em up known as Red Dead Revolver. Both were around $20 and I wasn't sure which one to get. Halo hadn't appealed to me the few times I played it, and Red Dead Revolver was an unknown. I went with the Western, it's actually quite good once it gets going, good storyline, good play-control, graphics, and fun. That said, I still thought that I should get the XBox's Marquée title especially with it being only $20!!! Sooooo, I went back and got it, there problem averted, dilemma resolved, and they are both fun.

Monday, December 12, 2005

A Narnia, Partridge Family, Christmas decorating weekend...

Hi kids,
A quick update of the weekend festivities. Friday's goosewinterfest turned into, "Ah screw it, let's just rip some beers and then go to see Narnia. All in all I enjoyed the film, it was very true to the book, and entertaining as well. I don't think it was anywhere near LoTR, but then again, I don't think it was trying to be. That enjoyable experience was then followed by one of such a surreal nature, that I still can't quite put everything together. I went out on Saturday to the bar with my friends Greg and Annabelle, and Honey's cousins were also there. We were having a good time, but then things started to go awry, here we go:

1.) Yours truly while sitting at the bar, gets mounted and molested by some 22 yr old lass that he has never seen before. The sole response to the young lady's advance was, "Thank you, I'm flattered, but I'm marrying her."(while pointing at Honey) Ok, so maybe I should have figured that things might be weird from the get go.

2.) A particularly Aryan-looking, intoxicated, and violent Hobbit-sized fellow believed he was both black, and that Greg and I were "his negroes" as he so eloquently put it. When we refuted his claim he proceeded to bite Greg in the neck and a brief, but tense situation arose. How joyful...

3.) Annie, Greg, and I got an autograph from Danny Bonaduce. Yes that's right the red-haired lad of Partridge Family Fame was present at the bar and we got his incoherently scribbled "John Hancock." (In all actuality, he was not the real Danny, but a supremely tore-up individual that bore an uncanny resemblance to Bonaduce. My friend Greg convinced him that he actually was the C-list celebrity so he gave us multiple autographs)

-Finally, Honey decorated our humble abode last evening and between the many snowmen, lights, and our nativity scene, it truly looks wonderful. Now we just have to go get a tree and put it up and we'll be all set. Ho Ho Ho!!

Friday, December 09, 2005

Reeltime...

Hello kids,
I was watching The OC last night as I am oft wont to do on a thursday,(Why is that show show good I ask? another topic for another day) and at some point during the telecast a preview came on for Peter 'Bilbo' Jackson's newest cinematic masterpiece King Kong. It was set to Coldplay's Fix You and I was enthralled to say the least. From the reviews I've read it seems to be a majestic film, completely capturing the feel of a 'Beauty and the Beast' scenario. In the next group of commercials a trailer came out for Narnia which I've been waiting to see for a little over a year now. Again, I was amazed and can't wait to see this LoTR lite movie!!
I love movies, I see them often, but mostly on DVD, I haven't been to a theater since Wedding Crashers and before that, Episode III. Normally, I only go to theaters if Honey really wants to see something, or if it is an epic(Gladiator, Star Wars, LoTR, Pirates of Caribbean) Hence, Kong and Narnia fit the bill on both accounts and so we'll go to the cinema!!! YAY! I truly do feel that these are the types of movies that should be seen in the theater, before DVD viewings. Moreover, I feel that the majority of films or rather, crap, that Hollywood spews forth (Taxi, Pluto Nash, Cheaper by the Dozen 1&2) maybe should go straight to video. At any rate, I am excited so Mr. Projectionist, "Roll 'em!"

Thursday, December 08, 2005

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

Hey kids, exciting, joyous news to report. One of my dearest friends, co-worker and member of my wedding party welcomed his first child into the world this past tuesday evening. I am so thrilled to see the excitement in his eyes, as he eagerly awaits his future with his new son. I can only hope to be able to be in that position someday. To my buddy Sean, congrats!!! I'm sure we'll be able to hang out and play Battlefront 2 again in about 18 years! ;)

*In other news, Goosewinterfest 2005 is going according to plan. It should be a fine evening. We have 2 felt covered tables awaiting the huddled mass of bonded cards, clay chips, and a multitude of beer bottles. Though I am slightly dismayed over the prospect of not seeing Narnia, I'll pull through. (Besides, Honey agreed to come with me to this one, so we'll go next week!) Let the games begin!!

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

The Dichotomy of Man...

Kids, while watching the VS fashion show last night, I began to marvel at something. (Actually I marvelled at quite a few things, but one thing in particular stuck in my head.) I told Honey of this opinion while we were watching the show, and she seemed to agree. I began to think about the duality of the human being. For example, an all-female fashion show can be televised, and though I haven't seen the ratings numbers I can bet they're astronomically high. The promoters knew that would be the case, but what makes so many people watch it? It's that blind, animalistic, need of the human male to seek out a female to 'procreate' with. (After watching that show last night I don't know of any man who wouldn't feel that way, hell even that tired singer Seal went and got himself a model, another topic for another day...) That feeling is ever-present whenever an attractive woman walks by, is on TV, or is seen period. It provides us with many adages including the "I'm married not dead" and the ever-wonderful "Just because I ordered, don't mean I can't look at the menu". Why then does not every male human 'mate' with every female he desires as other animals do? Well perhaps some do, but others have a more definite sense of intelligence and restraint. Those senses in turn are partly integral to the human mind, but also I think, were honed by the human mind to create and foment a certain institution to constrict our behavior, namely society. We are supposed to conform somewhat to the traditions, beliefs, and listen to the angel of our conscience and settle down with the one we love. However, even these conventions have had interference from the 'animalistic' tendencies we have, (example: the notion of competing or showing off for a gal.) I guess in the end it boils down to the fact that sometimes these instinctual tendencies rear their head, (certainly in thought for most every male!) and the inner battle begins between acting on that which is 'animal' and that which is distinctly human. I consider myself one of the lucky ones that can now keep my head on straight, and lock the instincts away in thought and dream world.

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

La la-la la...La la-la la...

Well kids, tonight's event should be spellbinding to say the least. I should have expected nothing less what with the new commercial floating about, but I am still excited about the Vicky's holiday special that will air at 10pm EST. It's not so much that I am deprived of my fair share of interaction with the fairer sex. Honey and I see one another daily. It is more a matter of a man being a man, eagerly awaiting what new styles will be in stores this year. Geez, what other reason would I be watching for? ;)

*Our readers will note that the 11/29/05 issue of Rebalancing specifically addressed 3 of V.S.'s models in our "top ten most attractive females". We are certainly looking forward to seeing Gisele, Adriana, and Alessandra interact in their natural habitat.

Monday, December 05, 2005

Bowl Games, Holiday 12 paks, and Goosewinterfest...

Hi kids, we are quite busy now. Christmas shopping is almost done, the 'Honey-i-fication' of our place is about finished, the elliptical is still evil, and there are a host of other things...

-Lord Vader and Mama Goose did indeed meet me at Best Buy as I stated, to get the joint present for Honey and me. We picked out a pretty cool one, and can't wait to mount it on the wall!!

-I was pleased that ND is going to a major bowl, the Fiesta vs. Ohio St. That should be a great match up.(Irresistable Force vs. Immovable Object)

-In other news, Honey is going to the U2 show this friday, and so I am having the inaugural poker tournament in my newly transferred basement poker room. It should be good times. Pizza, beer, poker, video games, a testosterone filled venture to be sure. We're still nailing down the contestants and participants, but it's shaping up to be one for the ages. In the spirit of this Goosewinterfest, I decided to try the Saranac Winter beer 12pak to see if it would be acceptable for the tourney. Boy was that a great investment. I have been fond of Saranac for many years now. However, I consider the many different types, "boutique/specialty" beers, rather than beers "to be consumed in copious amounts during a card tourney". The new flavors for this Christmas season are no different, and even though they are very tasty indeed, we'll have to purchase a more drinkable beverage for the big event(most likely "Yuengers" or some such grog.) Well that's all for now, on to table placing for the tourney!!

Friday, December 02, 2005

'Tis the Season...

At last we've come to it. There are so many diatribes hurled back and forth across the lines on this subject it makes me nauseated.(Both the ACLU and the Evangelical Christian League are acting like babies) The "war against Christmas" is certainly heating up. We are about to Rebalance it for you kids so stay with us.

Reasons why the anti-Christmas attitude is utterly preposterous:

1.) While small pockets of populations have protested public Christmas celebrations throughout our history (ex: New England Puritans in colonial times) the fact remains, that up until the dawn of the new millenium, public Christmas displays were not protested against with such vitriol. Remember singing Christmas carols in school and having Christmas parties at school and work? So do I, and it's funny how there were never any protested then.

2.) There are approximately 300 million people in the United States, that population is roughly 96-97% percent Christian. It is only natural that with an overwhelming majority of Christians in this country they would want to celebrate the second most important holiday of the year.

3.) Before anyone even tries to whine and cry about separation of Church and State, the fact remains that there is no official religion of the U.S., there is no state sponsored Church of the United States of America. I am aware that there is a National and Congressional Christmas Tree, because those that hold the office are Christian, the vast majoprity of those they represent are Christian and because to be perfectly frank, Christmas is a FEDERAL HOLIDAY. Despite the "secular state" crappy argument that some are going to cling to, this country, as I have stated before, was founded and framed on Judeo-Christian values. That's just the way it is, like it or not, it's over and done with, let's move on. Furthermore, even though that is the case, it can be rightly said that no other religious group is being persecuted, or is prevented from celebrating their faith, holidays, etc...so please get over yourselves.

4.) The claim that public displays of "Merry Christmas" and nativity scenes are different than that of a menorah is utterly preposterous. Please don't tell me a menorah is secular, it is the prime symbol (along with a dredl) associated with Channukah and I have no problem with displays of such an important holiday to the Jewish faith. Furthermore, organizations or individuals that argue the banning of public nativities or "Merry Christmas" facilitates toleration of the population as a whole, have acted against their claim. If one believes he/she/it is tolerant of all peoples and wishes to be all-inclusive, how can the denial of peaceful display of something that 97% of the population follows be argued for? Completely illogical. How can one say "That offends me"? That type of display offends you? Grow up, act like an adult, and practice what you preach.

-I look forward to Christmas, it is a peaceful, joyful time of year. In this time when such an important holiday season is so commercialized, and battled over in such a rabid fashion, I think it is imperative that people learn what the true meaning of the season is about. It has nothing to do with Santa and trees, and flying reindeer. In the words of Linus VanPelt as taken from my all-time favorite Christmas special: (but more directly from Luke 2:8-14)

"And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the fields, keeping watch over their flocks by night. And lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the lord shone round about them, and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, Fear not, for behold, I bring unto you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you this day is born in the City of Bethlehem, a Savior, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; you shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger. And suddenly there was with the angel, a multitude of the heavenly host, praising God, and saying, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on Earth peace, good will toward men'". That's what Christmas is all about, Charlie brown.


So to everyone out there, MERRY CHRISTMAS!!

Thursday, December 01, 2005

Now we're a family, and we're alright now...

Hey kids, we've got some confirmed reports that our favorite guitarist, from our favorite band, Jack White and his new bride, supermodel Karen Elson, are going to have a baby in the spring! Here's hoping he/she is as phenomenally talented as the ol' man, and as aesthetically pleasing as the momma.

-In other news: I love that this article has actually made the news, I love that DC and NYC are having a classic Christmas decoration battle. It's how it should be. There's no government sponsored religion here,(Christianity is not funded here by the US, so stop crying) merely a recognition of a Christmas tradition. I told everyone I'd address the 'war against Christmas' and believe you me I will. This is just the initial salvo, and one that NYC and DC should be proud to have volleyed. Stay tuned in the next couple of days for the Rebalanced shock and awe frontal assault...

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