This made me laugh. Jim “Suldog” Sullivan of Watertown Mass is on a quest to stop Christmas from encroaching on Turkey Day’s turf. He’s tired of having to sit through all those ads for Christmas in November. Of the malls he frequents breaking out the Santa suits prematurely. Of the supermarket shelves he peers down boasting cookies decorated “in green and red sprinkles.
CBS is rolling out the super sexiest/weirdest Chistmas/Holiday(??) schedule ever (see below). A Ricky-Martin-meets-Rudolph-under-the-push-up-bra sort of thing... A spinning spiral of pouty models, The Bumble, and The Island of Misfit Toys. Who looks better in faux fur? Who is Heidi? Who is Seal? Are they characters? Are they real? Are they Santa's TV elves? Haphazardly scheduled bring us holiday cheer and loathing.
This past Saturday, I visited Gloucester, Massachusetts. While there, I didn’t duck into the Cape Ann Historical museum, didn’t check out the docks where the fishermen hang or any quant little art galleries. Instead, I searched with my friend for about 2.5 hours in the cold, armed with a little yellow and black GPS device, for a hidden treasure.?xml:namespace>