The DimPost and its parent company (The Lanthanide, Nitrogen Tetrafloride & Heavy Metals Disposal.com corporation of North Korea) wishes its readers a very Merry Christmas.
And a Merry Christmas to all at DimPost – and in the spirit of the season, the apostrophe in “it’s” shouldn’t be there.
Comment by Michael Stevens — December 23, 2009 @ 9:33 am
And I’m sure the IPCC and its parent company (Tata Group, Tata Sons) wihes us all a Very Merry Christmas, too.
Happy Hols, Mr Mclachlan. May you return to us in the new year with even sharper wit and tongue keyboard for 2010.
Comment by Clunking Fist — December 23, 2009 @ 12:21 pm
hmmm, strikethrough html failure on “tongue”. Spelling failure on, well, everything.
Comment by Clunking Fist — December 23, 2009 @ 12:35 pm
“Happy holidays to all!”
Bought to you by bah humbug and the The War on christmas
Comment by andy (the other one) — December 23, 2009 @ 1:46 pm
CF, yeah, the idea of a ‘tongue keyboard’, let alone a sharp one, doesn’t bear very much thought.
Comment by Lew — December 23, 2009 @ 11:37 pm
Merry Christmas to you Danyl, and to all your readers and commenters.
Thanks for running an interesting and thought provoking blog….. all the best for 2010
Comment by Dave Mann — December 24, 2009 @ 10:21 am
I am sure that picture has changed, Danyl, since you first put it there.
Comment by poneke — December 24, 2009 @ 11:52 am
… and Merry Christmas to all of you, from me.
Especially to Danyl; who’s shoddy photoshop-based production values on the Dim-Post are motivation enough for me to belive that I, too, have the requisite skills to produce a blog, but whom has also given me the gift of realism that I don’t have the razor sharp wit to carry it off.
Comment by Phil — December 24, 2009 @ 12:12 pm
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