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Christmas Day Open Thread
Author: TriSec    Date: 12/25/2007 13:17:25

Good Morning, everyone!

"Ask a Vet" is taking today off, but should return to it's regularly-scheduled posting next week.

All I ask today is that as you go about your holiday business, pause a moment and remember those that can't be together today.

Peace and Love to all of you...from all of us at Four Freedoms!

10 comments (Latest Comment: 12/26/2007 04:12:28 by livingonli)
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Comment by TriSec on 12/25/2007 14:02:28
Of course, nothing says "Christmas" more than a drunken Santa in a G-string!

Comment by livingonli on 12/25/2007 16:09:06
How did we end up with two Christmas blogs? This is confusing.

Comment by BobR on 12/25/2007 16:12:27
Quote by TriSec: Of course, nothing says "Christmas" more than a drunken Santa in a G-string!


Sounds like a scene from "Bad Santa"... It also reminds me of this (yeah, I know I posted it a couple days ago, but it bears repeating): Santa busted for DUI.



Oh, and Merry Christmas, folks... :coffee:



Comment by livingonli on 12/25/2007 17:31:08
I'm flipping channels and CNBC is running a piece on Chick-Fil-A. It seemed weird after it was brought up on the blog.

Comment by livingonli on 12/25/2007 18:29:27
Today for your Christmas pleasure, the IFC Center in NYC is showing It's a Wonderful Life and Bad Santa.

Comment by Mondobubba on 12/25/2007 19:22:38
Quote by livingonli: I'm flipping channels and CNBC is running a piece on Chick-Fil-A. It seemed weird after it was brought up on the blog.








Spooky Livin! :tinfoil:



Comment by BobR on 12/26/2007 02:35:09
Quote by livingonli: Today for your Christmas pleasure, the IFC Center in NYC is showing It's a Wonderful Life and Bad Santa.


The yin and yang of Christmas movies...

Comment by BobR on 12/26/2007 02:36:29
Quote by livingonli: I'm flipping channels and CNBC is running a piece on Chick-Fil-A. It seemed weird after it was brought up on the blog.


So do you still thing he's a wacko? Why or why not?... discuss... :nerd:

Comment by Mondobubba on 12/26/2007 02:48:15
Watching "The Player" I love the pitches from all the various writers. Cynical political thriller with a heart. Sorta "Ghost" meets "The Manchurian Candidate."

Comment by livingonli on 12/26/2007 04:12:28
Quote by BobR:
Quote by livingonli: I'm flipping channels and CNBC is running a piece on Chick-Fil-A. It seemed weird after it was brought up on the blog.


So do you still thing he's a wacko? Why or why not?... discuss... :nerd:


He doesn't exactly hide his religious beliefs and they showed some of the charities that the company sponsors. He has been sued on at least one occasion though for religious discrimination. But what I saw of the piece gave no indication if he is involved in right-wing politics like Monahagn (the former owner of Domino's was) since Monahagn was a far-right Catholic who heavily funded groups ranging from Opus Dei to Operation Rescue. And of course, Monahagn is involved with creating that town in Florida. I'm just hoping that the head of Chick-Fil-A doesn't go into that realm of mixing religion and far-right politics with his business.