Christmas edition THEME



Christmas: Rites of a Journey
Christmas in not included in the traditional Rites of Passage, and should not be considered among them. The chief reason for this is that it is not a singular event; the participants may participate yearly for as long as they wish. But, unlike a unique and not to be repeated rite of passage, the journey of Christmases will not be punctuated throughout its entirety by pivotal events akin to the discovery that Santa was a scam. read on

IT'S CHRIIIIIISTMAAAAAAAAAAS!
I'd like to start this article with a quote, a quote which is very apt for this time of year. Ladies and gentlemen, in the worlds of Neville John Holder MBE (Noddy to you and me) "IT'S CHRIIIIIISTMAAAAAAAAAAS!"read on

The Agnostic Pulpit: The Truth about Christmas
The materialistic American Christmas is a huge pain in the ass for many of us. We spend too much, drink too much, eat too much, and act like fools. In the United States, let’s remember, it’s all about money. If you live there and forget that, they will eat you alive, even at Christmas.read on

Letter to Santa From an Attorney's Son
I am writing in advance to address your policy of gifts being delivered only to those children on your “Good” list. read on

The Rise and Fall of the Christmas Number One?
Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat………and we all know that Christmas is full of those family traditions that we all love. My idea of Christmas is one that brings the family together, giving and receiving presents, eating too much before finally watching television, with films and television programmes that have become synonymous with Christmas (Home Alone, Only Fools and Horses…..you get the picture).read on

How drunk will you be this Christmas?
The most emotionally taxing time of year for most people. With many asking, ‘how do I get by another Christmas?’ I have decided to offer you some pointers that may or may not be useful.read on

Jesus Who?
I’m not much of a holiday kind of guy. Christmas seems to bring out the most skeptical side of my nature. Christmas followers have a name for this sort of analytical behavior—Scrooge--they say. Code word for--Jew, but that might just be the anti-X-Mas-side of me talking.read on

Christmas - Hypocrisy gone mad!
You’ve lied to the kids about Father Christmas on his sleigh that conveniently flies through the air in countries with no snow. Somehow, come to terms with the lack of trust those lies will cause in the future and the encouragement you’ve given your kids to lie. read on


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