Hey there everyone, I’m back. Apparently it’s still illegal to enter peoples houses without permission, and even worse so if you attempt to talk to their children while dressed as Santa. Who Knew? Anyways it all worked out: I got a couple of restraining orders, and the jury at my trial let me go because they thought I was this gorilla guy. I think his name was Hippo or something? Anyway since I’ve now inhabited just about every situation life with humans has to offer, I figure I’ll give some advice to help you all with your own lives. For the next few weeks, I’ll be releasing chapters from my new book “Coming out of the Closet”, which will let you all know a little more about me. They story will start based on my time living in the woods, and progress through my time in society to my eventual imprisonment. Stay tuned.
I hope all of you had a wonderful break. I hope all of you saw family and friends and got everything you wanted for Christmas or Hanukkah or, hell, Kwanzaa. We weren’t gifted with all that much snow but, after all 2016 had given us, what did we expect?
There was a buffer on articles on my end but there’s one in the works. I can’t promise that it’ll be anything more than trash but it’s an article, no less. I most definitely intend on continuing my story series, given some positive feedback from the first one. These are proving much more difficult to write than I’d originally anticipated so they will be coming out at different intervals. This is mostly due to the fact that I’m attempting to broaden my spectrum of writing. Not to mention that I’ve had less to write about than I did last year.
So, this is my brief update. Again, hope you all had a good break and recover well enough to do some school stuff.
Dear Santa Paws (sorry this is late, buutttt I’ve been *fairly* nice this year so maybe you can do one more Christmas miracle and fly out of the North Pole to Greenville?),
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It’s Christmas time, and I must admit that while it can’t quite hold up to a German Krampusnacht celebration (A celebration of Santa’s evil counterpart who kidnaps and kills naughty children), or the Peruvian Takankuy (basically a drunken fistfight, look it up, its pretty awesome), I am feeling a bit of that patented Christmas cheer. Because ignoring it and burning the solstice tree early didn’t make it go away, I decided the best way would be to embrace it and give kids a gift they could really enjoy. This is Christmas miracle, Santa edition.
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Shocking nobody, Greenville School District has recently revealed that water in the high school is tainted with lead. Some people were just relieved that it wasn’t another round of sewage, as was common this spring. The taste still hasn’t fully rinsed out of the pipes from when the town construction workers, in perhaps a biblical tribute in spirit of Easter, turned water not to wine, but to human waste.
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The video. The movie. The legend. This is the Il Interview, the single greatest homemade Youtube video ever created. Created for a history project in Mr. Thela’s class, this video is both informative and badass. Now let’s critique it so you can all hear about it, and be encouraged to watch it and love it.
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Prepare to learn people, coming to you know, is EverFi Financial Literacy
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