That's the card we've been waiting for!
Rabi Clausberg, that's too much, he, he!
Robert Saunders December 15, 2006
I got a mixed-religion household in the family, though neither my sister nor brother-in-law is observant of anything. So around this time of year I'm always confused what to send them or when—Sis has always told me it really doesn't matter if I send anything...she's hard to nail down. I go with the most inclusive: a card of, say, people skating at Rockefeller Center, with the greeting, "Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah" thinking: deep down inside, people really want their childhood customs acknowledged, and get absolutely nothing from the insipid, "Happy Holidays."
One year I went around wishing people a Merry Christmaquanzakkah. Then I substituted Festivus, being the simpler solution.
J.D. King December 15, 2006
I love it!
Christoph Hitz December 15, 2006
This one cracked me up!
Love the tail lights on the high fin sled.
randy December 15, 2006
What a fertile mind you have.....GREAT!!!
David Goldin December 15, 2006
Chanumass. It's all a bunch of hooha. Festivus is for me.
I like the "Airing of Grievances" in which each person tells each and everyone else all the ways they've disappointed him/her over the past year. Love the sled. Antler Menorah-great idea.