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Monday, January 03, 2005

I hear tell that Christmas happened a little over a week ago. As far as I'm concerned, it's never too late to spread the Love and Glory of Mr. Christ.* It's not even his real birthday, anyway. In an attempt to prove to the Religious Right (and Bill O'Reilly) that I personally do not wish the complete and utter destruction of the time-honored and federally-recognized (since the late-nineteenth century!) celebration of Christmas, I scoured the web and found two heartwarming stories that are not only sure to become beloved classics, but also embody the true spirit of the season. Enjoy!

'Twas the Night Before Christmas, 2007, by William Gibson (permalink inoperative, scroll to December 24, 2004)

'Tis the Season, by China MiƩville

*Truth be told, I meant to post these links on the 25th, but hit 'save as draft' on accident. So Merry Christmas, from the Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future.

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