Thursday, November 23, 2006

And a Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, and...

...yes, even to all the tirelessly gobbling turkeys of SHAMland.

(This is where I might normally make some crude joke about how I hope they all "get stuffed," but I'm on my best behavior after that peevish rant the other day, which drew a reprimand or two off-blog. Ah well. More on that Friday. Until then... Eat, drink, and be positive in honor of Thanskgiving. If nothing else, the tryptophan should help.)

6 comments:

Trish said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you too, Steve. May you and your family have a great day and a fabulously SHAM-free weekend :)

Cosmic Connie said...

Happy Turkey Day to you too, Steve! And rant all you want about those SHAM turkeys; you won't get a "dressing down" from me (groan).

RevRon's Rants said...

Would've answered earlier with Happy T-day wishes, Steve, but I've been busy all morning coloring & hiding the eggs! :-)

Anyway, Happy Gluttony!

Clark Bartram said...

Just wanted to thank you for dropping by my blog. I found your book too be very enlightening. I already suspected, and even knew, most of what you wrote but it was nice to see it put together so well. I look forward to reading your blog and feel free to come back to mine. I focus on medical quackery and pediatric health issues.

Cosmic Connie said...

Cool! Another Skeptical Inquirer fan! And another fan of Harry Potter, Stephen King's Dark Tower series, Carl Sagan's books, etc. You have a lot in common with the Rev and me. Welcome to the madhouse, Clark.

And I hope everyone had a happy T-Day. The Rev and I are still stuffed (in a good way). :-)

Okay now, Steve, the holiday's over...back to the rants, please! :-)

The Professor said...

The Professor tried to buy whole-heartedly into Black Friday this year but apparently woke up too late. He found it ironic that people with nice camping equipment camped out for deals on nice camping equipment. He will deign to respond to Steve's recent efforts at ranting when the Stock Market opens again but would ask that you do not bad-mouth Mattel products in the meantime as they were the only thing he could pick up at a good price on Black Friday and has a number of them for sale on E-Bay in hopes of turning a fast profit. Even The Professor enjoys a quick buck.