Thursday, December 22, 2005

Santa Sam-a-Rama!

Alright, kids step right up! Santa's here and he's got loads of gifts ofr you this year! Now last year, I gaave out copies of "Riu Chiu" by The Monkees, which is a wonderful Christmas song. So much so, I'm giving you a copy of it again. Go on and dig in Santa's bag and get one for yourself. It in Windows Media, so I hope you have no problems playing it.

Now, let's see. A lot of you love movies and it is the holidays after all. So, the biggest film this year had aliens along with Martians. Of course, we're talking "War of The Worlds" with Tom Cruise (c'mon, I know that you can piece that joke together. The readers here ain't dumb.) So, for you this year, here's the greatest aliens vs. Papa Noel movie ever made...

Look, I coudn't get "The 40 Year Old Virgin" for you (One of the year's best, by the way), so I got you "Santa Claus Conquers The Martians" in Stream-o-vision from Sit back with the kids and enjoy this classic.

Finally, I got a an ecard for you. Now, I sent it out via email to most of you, but for those whoes address I don't have, you can pick it up right here.

Before I go, I'd like to dedicate this post to Karen Greaves, who lost her life after an auto accident in Australia. Karen and I met via the web and we talked often, mostly about her kids Ethan and Lani. During this holiday season, my prayer and sympathy goes to them. To anyone who've lost a loved one this year, you're not alone. I promise. I hope that your holidays are as sweet and wonderful as they were before. It won't be the same, bt you know that somewhere, somebody special is hoping that you're enjoying it.

Okay, that's it. I may post one more thing today, but other than that, It's break time. Thanks so much for making me work harder to make you laugh this year. Thank you all for making me work hard fundraising (WE WILL BE WORKING MUCH,MUCH HARDER ON THAT NEXT YEAR). Thank you for making me become a much better person over all this year. To everyone on the Blogroll to you left, to the folks at Blogger for finally giving me the WWW here, to Carl for making me smile, and to you the reader...Thank you so much for making The RSJS your home and we'll hope that Sam-a-rama becomes a hub you stop by during your flights of fancy around the web. Happy Holidays to all of you!

Oh, and the holidays starts tomorrow with Festivus. I'd do "the Airing of Grievances" then, but we've done enough Bush jokes for one year.

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