Sunday, December 30, 2012

I dissolve--NO! Resolve! I RESOLVE!

As the new year rapidly approaches millions of people make resolutions which they will then struggle to keep. Eventually, their struggles prove to have been for naught. They fail at all of their precious resolutions save, maybe, one.

Do they exercise every day? Nay! Do they stop eating junk food? Of course not! (However, anyone who vows not to eat Hostess anymore will be strikingly successful.)

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Ho, Ho, Hold it buddy!

Put down that tchotchke and step away from the display case!

I know. Christmas is right around the corner. If you are anything like me (and clearly you are), you're very nearly almost done with your shopping. The gifts I end up saving to the last minute are the ones for whom I am not sure what to buy. They are the people who either seem to have everything they want or who get whatever they want as soon as the fancy for it strikes.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

The Final Countdown?

In a few short hours, we will all be dead if that whole Mayan End of the Calendar Equals the End of the World thing is true. How shall you spend your last night? Perhaps with friends? Family? Both?

I may be a bit embarrassed tomorrow if the world does come to a screeching halt (not to mention flying east at approximately 800 miles per hour), but I'm spending this last night watching a film adaptation of a novel by Sir Terry Pratchett.

If it's not true, then I will have spent the night being entertained by colorful, entertaining, and captivating characters.

What are you doing?

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Monday, December 10, 2012

Make a List and Check It Twice

While this may be the Season of Giving, be sure to take stock of what you have for supplies. No Survival Diva worth her weight in Manolos will be caught without everything she needs to survive the upcoming doomsday (12 December 2012 at 11:11 GMT; check your local listings for times).

From The Guardian
Have you checked your list? Among other things, it should include:
What if nothing happens on Doomsday? Be thankful for another tomorrow, stow your gear in an easy to reach yet discreet location, hug your loved ones, and live.If Doomsday happens and we're around to enjoy it, I'm going to be thankful I'm alive, get my gear, hug my loved ones, and kick some post-apocalyptic ass.

Tell us in the comments what else is on your list.

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