Monthly Archives: December 2010
A lot has happened in the last week. Leslie Nielsen died. Irvin Kershner died. I started watching the Star Wars: Droids cartoon (because Max Rebo is in it and I love Max Rebo). A super-awesome expanded Star Trek V Score was released. November 2010 faded into nothingness.
So it’s now December, and that’s when we can all drop the pretences and say “Yeah, okay, fine, I guess it’s Christmas time now.”. Because it is. I mean there’s literally snow outside on the ground RIGHT NOW and if that’s not Christmassy I don’t know what is.
And December is cool. It’s a cool month. There’s great films coming out and Christmas specials and the gloom of November turns into the bizarre cheerfulness of Christmassy December (even for those who don’t even celebrate Christmas).
I’m not sure what my point is here except “Yay December”, BUT MAYBE THAT’S ENOUGH. DON’T JUDGE ME.
Of course the only problem with December is that right after it is the New Year, which is a time when we can look at how fat we all got and make promises of things we’ll do the next year that really wont happen. But hey, Christmas, hey!
As an additional, somehow Sarah Silverman is 40 today and still looks about 25, so that’s great!