Speaking of Reindeer

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas!  But it’s just not quite complete without reminding everyone to go check out some weirdtastic Finnish reindeer drama:

 

Niko 2Reindeer Drama

You can’t always strike gold when absently perusing Netflix, but sometimes, you might strike…reindeer?

Don’t strike reindeer, though.  That’s terribly rude.

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Niko posterReindeer Drama: Part -1

After seeing the second movie, tracking down the first became a necessity.

It does not disappoint.

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Glory in their madness, and have a happy new year!

 

Bene scribete.

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Sear’s Science Snippets – On Reindeer

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Ever wonder how Santa’s reindeer can fly? I’m not sure I was expecting this answer.

Have a fantastic Christmas, everyone!

 

 

Bene scribete.

The Dastardly Pumpkin

Hope everyone’s having a great Halloween! Here’s a story.

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The Evil Pumpkin

There was once a pumpkin – an evil pumpkin.  It was so evil that, when passing it by, people would say, “Hey, look at that pumpkin, Jim; I bet it’s evil.  Rotten to the core.”

(Everyone who passed by it did so with a man – or, in one case, a woman – named Jim.)

The spider approaches

One day, a spider approached the pumpkin.  Apparently, it was an unreasonably enormous spider.

“Pardon me, Mr. Pumpkin,” the spider began, all politeness, “but I wonder if you might tell me why it is that you are such a dastardly fellow.  Do you resent that holes were carved into your face?  Or perhaps that your innards were torn away to make a pie?”

The pumpkin did not respond, for it was a pumpkin, and pumpkins cannot speak in the slightest.

(“Then why can the spider talk?” I hear you asking, but I shan’t be answering…

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