A Christmas Essay
Sunday, December 11, 2005
Christmas is a wonderful time of year. You really begin to feel something stirring inside you when you hear that first Christmas song in November and realize that you will likely MICROSOFT XBOX 360 hear it and your other Christmas favorites for the next 45 days in a row.

Stores really show their holiday cheer by LEAPSTER MULTIMEDIA LEARNING PROGRAM pulling out the giant snow flakes, inflatable snow globes, and dancing Santas, as well. I know I MOTOROLA RAZR V3 never get tired of that dancing fat man. Rock on Santa Claus! Just don't keep the elves up too late!

The best part of Christmas is the way IPOD NANO people light up with a festive glow as they SONY CYBER SHOT DSC-N1 spend time with hundreds of strangers waiting in line for that unique and special gift. I'm always surprised these gatherings NIKE SASQUATCH 460 TI DRIVER don't spontaneously break out into Christmas carols!

It's about time I POLK XM RADIO RECEIVER added some more chestnuts to the fire, so until next time, save some eggnog THE SIMS COMPLETE COLLECTION FOR PC for me!


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Blogger the mom said...

boy, i'm glad i'm not your santa!!!

12/12/2005 7:47 AM  
Blogger enderC said...

I was with you all they way up to the Leapster. From reading your posts, I would have assumed that you have a somewhat firm grasp of the alphabet and our numbering system.

That being said, I will shamefully admit that I occasionally enjoy a round or two of Dora the Explorer on my daughter's Leapster. So I suppose I can see where you are coming from.

Swiper no swiping!

12/12/2005 12:45 PM  
Blogger Clint said...

Maybe I should switch out some of the products... I was afraid people would read it that way.

It's not really a hidden christmas list, as it appears to be. It's really a commentary on the commercialism of Christmas. An essay within a satirical essay, if you will.

Charlie Brown did a better job.

12/12/2005 1:16 PM  
Blogger the mom said...

i was with you enderc until i read the leapster and realized he was just throwing things out there. the razor was also a clue because he's not much on shaving either.

12/12/2005 1:34 PM  
Blogger enderC said...

I tried shaving with the Motorola Razr just once. It does a horrible job. Their patented "talk and tug" shaving system seems like a half-baked idea from the bowels of marketing.

I'm still not convinced that an electric razor needs all those buttons and a color display. I will admit that it was very quiet during operation, save for the random voices that I would sometimes hear. Those could just be in my head though.

My advice: Stick with Norelco or Remington instead.

12/13/2005 12:58 PM  
Blogger Clint said...

I have to admit, the Motorola Razr didn't provide a very close shave. However, I have sensitive skin, and it didn't irritate at all.

12/13/2005 2:11 PM  
Blogger the mom said...

you two are weird!!

12/14/2005 12:39 PM  

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