November 23, 2006

Happy Turkey Day, Folks

Well, dear reader, it’s Thanksgiving—the holiday that, according to American high school students, marks the US victory in the Vietnam War. All throughout these here United States of America—even the parts controlled by Mexicans—Americans are gathered with loved ones, enjoying savory victuals and contemplating the memory of Myles Standish. Or, failing that, Miles Davis.

It’s a lovely time, of course, and we here at “The Hatemonger’s Quarterly” pray that you enjoy it to its fullest. Soon the next holiday will be upon us, and we’ll be compelled to endure Paul McCartney’s feculent tune “Simply Having a Wonderful Christmas Time.” If you ask us, that ditty is so horrid that it justifies stripping Sir Paul of his knighthood and handing it to Yoko.

So, whilst we all feast on turkey and stuffing, we should remind you that we’ll be back to our usual “posting” schedule on Monday. And, of course, you can always check out our Sunday essays on the wondrous Wizbang.

Till then, we hope you have a happy holiday. Except for the Canadians, of course. Those royalist stooges.

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