If you’re reading this, you apparently got past Christmas or whatever you want to call it. Did you have a good one? My head is still trying to recover from the drinking I did Christmas night—can’t believe I drank that whole damn bottle—but outside of that, it was a good day.
On her blog, C.A. MacConnell tells us about her Christmas and how she got that keyboard she’s always wanted. C.A., once my head stops hurting, I may come over and you can play me a few songs.
Jami Attenberg at Whatever – Whenever got what she wanted for the holidays—a copy of her latest novel that will be released next month. Jami, once my head stops hurting, I may come over and you can read me pages from your book, but it’s not all that likely I’ll be over because I don’t feel like taking a bus to New York.
I don’t think the Pope wanted to be knocked over for Christmas, but you can’t always get what you want. Wonkette fills us in.
John Fox over at The Daily Beat was proud that many of us here this holiday season shopped local. I did my part. That bottle of vodka that I bought for Christmas for which I’m paying the price for now was purchased at a locally owned liquor store in Newport.
I know I’m not being very witty this morning but with my head hurting I simply don’t care. Sue me.
Moving on. . .
Are you into celebrity scandals? I could care less, but if that’s your bag, The Huffington Post wants to know which ones you found the most shocking in 2009.
And if you’re going to the Bengals game this afternoon, The Cincinnati Nation tells us you’ll still find good seating available. Me? I won’t be going.
Now where the hell did I put that bottle of Aleve?
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