Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Xmas Snow!

Shortly after midnight on Xmas Eve, the snow started to fall here in Rhode Island. Despite living in the northeast my whole life, I've rarely witnessed an Xmas snow, which of course is the kind that makes snow-folk come to life and make poor decisions regarding the well-being of children. I mean come on, even a refrigerated boxcar is better than exposure, and besides, you could always go up to the engineer and be like, "Look, we snuck onto this train. We admit that. But for this little girl's safety, would it be okay if she sits up here with you?" Where was I? Ah yes, a Christmas snow. Here's some video I shot a few minutes ago, which you can just play over and over, like that Yule Log thing, if you live in Hawaii or something. And if you do have snow where you are, try just watching it out your window in silence for a while instead of texting and stuff. Real life can be fun!

If you're celebrating this day, even if you're like me and don't care about the commercialism or the religious-ism of it, have a great day. Say hi to your family for me. If you have some other day where you do this stuff, have a great that day too. Say hi to your family on that day for me. If you celebrate nothing, have a great day every day, or never, it's your call. If you're an orphan, say hi to someone else's family for me. If you're one of those people who suffers from severe depression and the holidays make you suicidal, here's my advice. Run for president. Think about it--you're thinking you're gonna die anyway, right? Every day you decide to remain alive, you're playing with house money! So go try and do something crazy, knowing you've got nothing to lose. Even if you don't reach your goal, anything you do accomplish is gravy. And who knows, maybe it'll inspire you to stay alive and do other cool shit until you realize you might as well just stick with this life because it's the only one you've got. Man, I need to start a suicide hotline. Anyway, it's really none of my business so enjoy the snow, or the non-snow, and the holidays, or the regular days, and I'll see ya later. Ho ho ho, green giant!


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