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Nobodies Opinion Dec 2013


By Billy “Kneecap” Braddock

Here we are in December a month of remembrance, observances, celebration, and partying. We need to remember the three very important days that changed the history of this country, and the world, that happened in December.

Pearl Harbor Day: this occurred on December 7, 1941 when the Japanese attacked the United States and took us into World War II.

Next, we have one of the most important days in our history that nobody ever pays attention to and is not even taught in our state run government schools.

Bill of Rights Day: on March 4, 1789 the Constitution of the United States was ratified by the 13 colonies. All states and individuals were concerned that the Constitution did not properly cover and protect the rights of individuals. The Constitution was signed with the requirement that a Bill of Rights would be created amending the new U.S. Constitution. On September 25, 1789 the first Congress of the United States proposed to the state legislature’s 12 amendments to the Constitution. 10 of these amendments were added to the Constitution on December 15, 1791.

Then we have the most important of all the December days that the liberals have declared war on.
Christmas Day: on December 25 we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. 95% of Americans celebrate this day with 65% considering it a very religious time. Also 33% of the world also celebrates his day. So get off of the political correctness and stop saying Happy Holidays and say “Merry Christmas”.
PS. And it’s not a holiday tree it’s a “Christmas tree”.

Now let’s talk about the days of December that are not so important yet a little bit more fun.
National Egg Nog Day: on December 24 it’s fun to celebrate with eggnog. Bring out the Rum or Cognac, and start wrapping the presents and decorating the Christmas tree.

Howdy Doody Day: this occurs on December 27. I think when Pete Campbell of Mad Men said, “I’m the President of the Howdy Doody Circus Army”, he was referring to this administration. Buffalo Bob (Barack Obama) came to Washington DC and began to pull the strings of all the puppets. Phineas T. Bluster (Harry Reid), Sandra the Witch (Nancy Pelosi), Dilly Dally (Joe Biden), Flub-a-dab (Barney Frank), and of course Windy Scuttlebutt (Alan Grayson). The rest of Congress sat in the peanut gallery. The circus came and went but the clowns stayed.

Of course, we have the big fun day where we dance, eat, and drink alcoholic beverages.
New Year’s Eve: is the day that Americans consume more alcohol than any other day of the year. Only, followed by (surprisingly) Christmas, Fourth of July, St. Patrick’s Day, and Thanksgiving.

Couple things I learned about alcohol:
Money can’t buy happiness but it can buy you alcohol, which can make you happy.
When I realized I was drinking too much, I decided to cut down. I now only drink on days ending in Y.

Good girls are made of sugar and spice, but real good girls can be made with vodka and ice.

There also two unlucky days in this December. The 31st which is also New Year’s Eve is an unlucky day. But you can make it a lucky day if you get rid of all the bad things, so next year you will be happy, healthy, and prosperous.

The other unlucky day is Friday the 13th. The fear of Friday the 13th is called: “paraskavedekatiaphoba”. If you can pronounce this on New Year’s Eve you haven’t had near enough.

See you on the shiny side up tomorrow.

If you would like to read more, go to my website.

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