Saturday, December 25, 2010
Merry Christmas from Drive and Dish. Due to massive staff layoffs over the last two and a half years at our palatial Drive and Dish corporate headquarters, we've been a bit shorthanded ( the mail room guys really got hit hard; everybody here feels bad for them), and haven't been able to keep the franchise running at full strength. As such, the volume of our posts has dropped off significantly since 2008. But as basketball season picks up in 2011, we'll be posting occasional commentary on college basketball, and to lesser degree, on the NBA.
Until then (or at least until our annual, "very special" New Year's post), we extend our sincere wishes of a very Merry Christmas to all our readers, and to their families and friends. And no, we're not political correctness enforcement-freaks who want to get rid of Christmas, or scared little wuss-boys who say "happy Hannuhkwanzaaramadan," "happy Winter solstice," or "happy holidays" because we're afraid to say "Merry Christmas." If you're offended by the Christmas precepts of peace on Earth and good will to men (regardless of your cultural background, religious faith, or lack thereof), it's probably time to take inventory of your life. It's almost certain that you're a miserable prick who should go forth and screweth thy self.
Really, religious issues aside, who could possibly be against peace and good will toward men!?! Merry Christmas!
(Picture: "Oh Christmas Tree," Jesse Barnes, 1992).