Today is Festivus. Perhaps Brett Kimberlin will have a good time during the Airing of Grievances and be able to shift some blame to others for his failure to adequately protect our elections from foreign interference.
It’s Festivus, a holiday that came to the world’s attention on a television sitcom that was about nothing. Festivus strikes me as the perfect winter holiday for atheists, and since The
Dread Deadbeat Pirate Kimberlin has claimed to be an atheist, I’m gonna give him today off.
I think so, Brain … I’d like to have a Fabulous Festivus, but I can’t figure out what the point of the day is.
Today is Festivus. Perhaps Brett Kimberlin will have a good time during the Airing of Grievances and get some relief from his butthurt.
Brett Kimberlin has said that he’s an atheist. Given that 23 December is Festivus, an atheist winter holiday, I’m giving him the day off.
An atheist hate group wanted to put up a provocative anti-religion sign as part of the Madison, Wisconsin, December holiday display. The mayor said, “No;” a federal district court said, “No;” and now a three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit has said, “No.”
I suppose they could be mad as Hell, but they don’t believe in it.
So, other than an appeal further up the legal food chain, their best recourse may be the Airing of Grievances during Festivus.