Contrary to popular belief, I did not get one of these kits for Christmas one year. I had to build my own collection, but I can help you build yours if you’d like to get started.
Sticking with animals for the moment, here’s a graphic I did earlier this year based on a joke I heard. You can click it for a larger version suitable for printing and posting at your school or office.
Now this is the best way to win a campaign in a democracy. Appeal to fear and ignorance. It works every time.
The good thing about Facebook is that we can manage people’s perceptions of us without letting nasty ol’ reality get into the way.
And shifting toward the theme of the upcoming weeks, Santa always brings in temps during the weeks leading up to Christmas, but there was a mixup at the temp agency this year.
And, finally, this is going to be the first year that Rudolph appears with his new, environmentally friendly nose. Santa discovered that the old version didn’t meet EPA guidelines, so he’s had a retrofit.