Holiday Greetings 2008

I want to take this opportunity to wish everyone who reads these rants – whether or not you take the time to comment on them positively or negatively – a very warm and happy Holiday Season in 2008. I hope that everyone gets to spend time this Holiday Season with those people who are most important to them.

Whether one celebrates Christmas or Chanukah or Kwanza is not as important as recognizing that the meaning behind all of these celebrations is that peace and joy ought to extend to everyone including those who might believe differently from us. Here in Curmudgeon Central, we celebrate Christmas. Notwithstanding that fact, I want to wish joy, happiness and peace to people everywhere and to people of every religious persuasion.

It should not be difficult for 2009 to be a more prosperous year than 2008 was. I hope that everyone has a safe, healthy and prosperous year in 2009.

Stay well.

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  • Bones  On December 23, 2008 at 9:58 am

    And I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all the entertainment that your column provides. I don’t happen to share your enthusiasm for college basketball but if we all thought alike, the world would be a very dull place indeed. Merry Christmas Curmudge!

  • JJC  On December 23, 2008 at 2:58 pm

    See, now at Curmudgeon Central I figured you would also celebrated Festivus. Any celebration that starts out with “I’ve got a lot of problems with you people” seems just to be fitting. Anyways, Merry Christmas and everything that comes along with it.

    And it seems you have some drug spam at the footer, below the “powered by WordPress” link.

  • The Sports Curmudgeon  On December 23, 2008 at 3:32 pm

    Bones:

    Thank you for your kind words.

    JJC:

    Festivus is a more secular tradition than the holidays I cited but you are correct in assuming that whatever “spirit of Festivus” may exist does permeate Curmudgeon Central.

    I will ask #2 son – who is the web guru – to see if he can figure out what is going on with that text at the bottom of the screen.

    Thanx for your “participation” here…

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