Posted by ScottBlogs | Posted in general | Posted on 23-12-2010
Here is Jim Carey, singing White Christmas on Leno several years back. Funny stuff.
Posted by ScottBlogs | Posted in general | Posted on 22-12-2010
If you don’t think Ms. Swan is funny, than you don’t know funny!
Here is Ms Swan shopping for Christmas at the Sharpest Image
Posted by ScottBlogs | Posted in general | Posted on 21-12-2010
Jimmy Fallon is going to get Drunk on Christmas…
Posted by ScottBlogs | Posted in general | Posted on 20-12-2010
Here is an instant Adam Sandler Classic from SNL, the Hanukkah song!
HANUKKAH SONG ORIGINAL
I was unable to locate the original SNL version, but found this live performance from a show Adam Sandler did in Chicago. (the only original versions were from people who video taped their TV – not the best quality)
HANUKKAH SONG PART 2
Unfortunately I can not find a version of part 2 suitable for putting here. If anyone has a link to the original part 2 version, please post the link in the comments and I will embed it here!
HANUKKAH SONG PART 3
Posted by ScottBlogs | Posted in general | Posted on 19-12-2010
This video is inappropriate for kids, but funny for adults with a sense of humor…
AN SNL Classic featuring Justin Timberlake.
Posted by ScottBlogs | Posted in general | Posted on 18-12-2009
Last year I put up a post (I Don’t Care What They Say – Merry Christmas), asking if readers would be offended if someone wished them a happy holiday for a holiday they did not celebrate. Out of 180 voters, only 6 voters said that yes, they would be offended.
I wanted to re-introduce this poll to see if any new voters/readers out there would like to cast their opinion here.
I celebrate Christmas. Its my favorite time of year. I would like to say Merry Christmas to people I come across, and send “Merry Christmas” emails to my clients, but because there are a few out there who are offended by this, I am reduced to saying a generic “Happy Holidays”.
If someone came to me and wished me a Happy Hanukkah, or any other holiday greeting for something I don’t celebrate, I would never be offended, in fact, it would probably put a smile on my face.
I was at the Home Depot looking for a Christmas Tree stand, and when I asked an employee where I could find one, he quickly developed a sour look on his face and said “I don’t Celebrate Christmas, I think they’re over there somewhere” and he pointed in the general direction. Are you kidding me? You don’t celebrate it, but that doesn’t give you a right to be rude to me about it – especially when I am looking for a product that you sell!
Why can’t we all just get along.
Posted by ScottBlogs | Posted in general | Posted on 19-02-2009
The last time I checked it was the end of February – Boxing day is about 10 months away, but still, for some stupid reason, The Brick has their “Boxing Day” sale on now! What the F is that all about?
It’s NOT Boxing day! Hello Brick, get real already. Cant you wait till October like you usually do – sure its not boxing day then either, but at least its within a couple months.
Save the Boxing Day sale for Dec 26 – if you want to have a sale in February, call it a Valentines sale, or February sale, or “it’s almost spring” sale, or something.
You’re as bad as Walmart – putting up their Easter display on February 15th.
Posted by ScottBlogs | Posted in general | Posted on 25-12-2008
Its Christmas morning, and what a busy one. This year will mark my daughters first, and at just under 10 months, the only thing she seems to care about the holidays so far is eating the Christmas tree. When it comes time to open the presents she will undoubtedly tear her gifts open and attempt to consume the wrapping paper, not giving a care for whatever is inside the box.
For the first year even our pets got stockings. Not sure what my wife Lyndsay was thinking, but, heck, it’s Christmas, why not.
I am guessing also that today, nobody will read my Blog. Afterall, it’s Christmas morning – who is out reading random blogs with so much other stuff to do. I will be curious to see my web stats for today to see how many readers I actually managed to get. If you happen to read this on the 25th, drop me a “Merry Christmas” comment – Please?
Today we have my dad coming over in the morning, then we are off to Lyndsay’s dad’s, then back home, then over to my dads for dinner. It will be exhausting, but a lot of fun.
It also looks like it will be a white Christmas this year. Whats that? Why don’t I just look out the window and check? Well, I am writing this a few days early because, well, I doubt I will be on the computer at all on the 25th, so this post was a scheduled one.
At any rate, Merry Christmas Everyone, enjoy the day, and don’t eat too much turkey and chocolate!
Posted by ScottBlogs | Posted in general | Posted on 23-12-2008
I love the fact that I am Canadian. I have American friends, I love to visit the US, and have nothing against their country, but I would not give up living in Canada, or calling my self Canadian for anything.
I have had job offers in the states offering me more money than I make now, but not only do I like my job, I have no desire to move south of the border, not even for money. And, as of today, I have one more reason to be grateful that I live here. None other than Santa Claus himself has been officially declared a Canadian Citizen by the Canadian Federal Government.
In an official statement, Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration, and Multiculturalism said: ““The Government of Canada wishes Santa the very best in his Christmas Eve duties and wants to let him know that, as a Canadian citizen, he has the automatic right to re-enter Canada once his trip around the world is complete.”
Now I can say I come from the same country as Santa!