Holiday Reading

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Glenn Beck’s The Christmas Sweater is a warm, poignant tale about a poor kid who gets a sweater for Christmas and learns the value of love, family and other heart-warming things. It’s bound to get most people in the Christmas spirit, and remind the readers of what is really important in life. It’s not what you get or how many “toys” you acquire…it’s how many lives you touch. That’s what matters and what makes life worth living.

I won’t be reading it.

I’ll be reading THIS.

artie

Merry Effin’ Christmas, jackoffs!

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6 responses »

  1. Umm…I’m not *really* going to be reading this. If he’d stayed Artie from Dirty Work, then maybe I would.

    I’m giving up reading for Lent, anyway.

    Wait. Is it Lent time, or what? Hell, I don’t know.

  2. Me, too. I feel like if someone poked him with a stick, he’d explode in a cloud of dirt and cocaine. BLAM!

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