(As the founders of this website are West Virginia natives — and I’m now officially a resident of God’s Country — we are contractually obligated to include at least one “y’all” followed by a minimum of on e exclamation point in any holiday greeting. We apologize for any confusion and/or angst this may have caused.)
Before diving headfirst into today’s festivities, I just wanted to
copy & paste last year’s post drop in and wish a sincere and heartfelt “Merry Christmas/Happy Hanukkah/Exhilarating Kwanzaa!” from all (two) of us here at CFT to all of you who happen to stop by on this most sacred of days.
Needless to say, we’ll be in and out and in and out throughout the day, hopping onto the laptops and/or desktops and/or tablets and/or smartphones when events warrant. And my wife allows it.
So, with that out of the way, it’s now off to a day filled with family, giving & receiving, a few (too many) holiday ales and dealing with those damned twist-tie thingies that are surgically wrapped around almost every crucial square inch of every toy produced these days, and whose inventor(s) should be kicked square in his jingle bells without discretion for what he’s wrought on parents the world over.