Evin if a bit late for this Turkey Day, this piece of Flash is worth a look: Hot Stuffed Turkey, particularly recommended to those of a canid nature.
For anyone who's seen The Snowman, this Irn-Bru ad may prove amusing. ^_^
I thought bosn might enjoy this Chick tract parody: Mommie Burns In Hell.
Apparently, Santa has his own Canadian postal code: H0H 0H0. ^_^
I did enjoy this report from a Dem post-election party in Vermont:
And finally there was our Senior Senator, Patrick Leahy. For those who've heard Senator Leahy speak, you know that his delivery can vary quite a bit. It can be easy to tell when he's tired, physically or mentally - so Leahy on the stump doesn't necessarily mean the same thing twice. But Leahy of late has had a fire in his belly, the likes of which we haven't seen in a while. His sadness at the loss of comity and the discarding of basic Constitutional values under the Bush GOP has turned into outrage, and he has been consistently riveting in front of a crowd in recent months.
But since the election, that outrage has turned into inspiration, and it's an inspiration he passed on to the crowd tonight. Like the speakers before him, Leahy was funny, thankful, exuberant... but there was an edge that was very serious. He related a conversation where he was recently asked if President Bush should be "worried" that he was now to be Chair of the powerful Senate Judiciary Committee. The crowd started cheering.
"No, no" he said, calming the crowd, as if to be prepared for a softening of his rhetoric.
"No, he shouldn't be worried. He should be terrified."