The legend of Saint Nicholas and the History of a Holiday Icon, and Why He Looks the Way He Does
If your entertaining for the holidays be sure to pickup 10 Merry Christmas Cocktails.
For a Jolly Good Time, Chat With Santa on Windows Live Messenger – You can simply add Santaâ€™s address, Northpole@live.com, to their Windows Live Messenger contact list and instantly open a conversation window to communicate with Saint Nick. Pretty cool give it a try.
OBERLIN, Kansas (AP) â€“ A postcard featuring a color drawing of Santa Claus and a young girl was mailed in 1914, but its journey was slower than Christmas. It just arrived in northwest Kansas. The Christmas card was dated December 23, 1914, and mailed to Ethel Martin of Oberlin, apparently from her cousins in Alma, Nebraska.Itâ€™s a mystery where it spent most of the last century, Oberlin Postmaster Steve Schultz said.â€œItâ€™s surprising that it never got thrown away,â€ he said. â€œHow someone found it, I donâ€™t know.â€
Ethel Martin is deceased, but Schultz said the post office wanted to get the card to a relative. Read the rest of the article at CNN.
Pour Egg Nog in shooter glass. Slowly add Amaretto (this will make the jizz rise to the top). Slowly add Kahlua (Kahlua will settle between Amaretto and Egg Nog). Take the glass in hand, swallow, don’t spit. Enjoy, and wipe your chin off.
Here are some links for quick and easy ways to research that gift idea before you wrap it up (provided by Wisebread):
CNET — The authority on electronics, with professional and user reviews of cameras, computer, TVs and the like. Especially helpful are the site’s boiling each product down to a single rank number and its ability to compare multiple items all on one page.
Amazon — Even if you’re not shopping online, it’s a good idea to look up your target product on a major retailer site such as Amazon, where others who bought the same thing will share their views. And by the way, check out this amusing review.
Consumer Reports — The best stuff is for members only, but its worth the investment, especially since you can join for one month for just $5.95. Holiday-related reviews featured on the site right now include GPS systems and sparkling wines.
Merry Christmas Video a little rude but hey spread the cheer.