Monday, December 24, 2007

more yuletide




16 comments:

Kyle said...

Isn't it a bit hypocritical to have an angel on your tree with your apparently atheist beliefs?

Ross Irving said...

What's that Huckleberry Hound thing? It's cool that he's red, but is it like a costume or what?

Ross Irving said...

"Isn't it a bit hypocritical to have an angel on your tree with your apparently atheist beliefs?"

I don't think John's an atheist. If he is, I wouldn't care, but what makes you think that? With all due respect.

PCUnfunny said...

An atmosphere so jolly that even I have to put away my disgust for Christmas for a moment.

Kyle: What the hell are you talking about ?

Angela said...

I don´t believe en god, but I do belive in presents. And I wish you the best!

Thank you for all you did and for everithing you do.

This is much more than a blog, is hearing animation lessons from my gurú. A sensitive talented human.

Love.

Pete Emslie said...

John's place looks like the Island of Misfit Toys!

queefy said...

Kyle, whats really weird is that John is a hasidic jew. Thanks for the awesome posts all year and Merry Christmas.

Weirdo said...

Merry Christmas John and a Happy New Year. Let's hope we can make the next year better.

Kyle said...

"I don't think John's an atheist. If he is, I wouldn't care, but what makes you think that? With all due respect."

Just occasional comments he throws around here and there about church being boring, labeling it a cult, recalling bad childhood memories of being forced to go to church, and other things.

maybe I'm wrong, but that's the impression I get.

wasnt not trying to start anything though. Merry Christmas everyone.

Jenny said...

Aw--it's so pretty! Now all you need do is light some candles, curl up next to the glowing cartoon tree and watch that Bakshi special-thing(how the hell did they ever get the use of "White Christmas" anyway? Must have cost a fortune).
I've only seen that Tattertown thing once about 116 years ago, on TV. I was flabbergasted at how eddiesque a lot of it was.

Anyway, if it's a fact that Kali decorated she deserves a hand! Merry Xmas!

Nico said...

You guys have done a bang-up job! The most fun and happy living room you could ever find!

Jenny said...

Kyle: oh, pshaw--angels can appear on anyone's trees anywhere, regardless of labels.

I'd say odds are 999 to 1 that JK is a Québécois kradle katholick. But that doesn't signify. Christmas is a time when there's peace and goodwill between toys and men, especially japanese-made early 1960s angel toppers.

DTN said...

Jenny wrote:

"I'd say odds are 999 to 1 that JK is a Québécois kradle katholick."

Good guess, but I believe I read somewhere that Mr. K's grandfather was a Ukrainian Orthodox priest . (Orthodox priests are almost always married with children, unlike Roman Catholic priests who are celibate) .

Anyway, everyone ought to get a guardian angel on their Christmas Tree . Especially atheists . Puts hair on their chests ! (What would George Liquor say ? )

It's Christmas time, people ! Lighten up. Tidings of Comfort and Joy !

Kali Fontecchio said...

"Anyway, if it's a fact that Kali decorated she deserves a hand! Merry Xmas!"

Thanks Jenny! I hope you're having as much as I am this Christmas!!!!

Hey Kyle, I put up the angel, so I'm the hippopotamus!

"John's place looks like the Island of Misfit Toys!"

You made me cry, Mr. Emslie! They're not misfits!

pinkboi said...

What do you people think Atheists celebrate, Atheistmas? Where green represents our god, money and red represents the blood of those who get between us and money? Nah, we just celebrate Christmas, stupid Angels and all.

Gabriel said...

i'm an atheist and my family knows it, yet every christmas they ask me to hold their hands and pray with them. I do it because it only takes a minute and it makes them happy, i couldn't care less.