Dirty Harry opened on Christmas Eve, 1971.
Here’s the theatrical trailer:
So, Steph and I listen to the Sounds of the Season digital music channel during the month of December. Actually, we start listening to it right after Thanksgiving. So, after over a month of listening to the channel, you hear certain songs over and over again that you hate. And there are some songs you start out hating that you wind up enjoying. If you read my article, Festival of the Tree, you’ll see not only the argument that Steph and I have every year about stringing the tree with lights, but that Feliz Navidad was my most hated song of the year because they played it until my ears bled.
So, listening to the digital music channel this year to decorate the house, here is a new batch of songs that I’ve grown to hate…and grown to love, but feel ashamed because I love them.
The Angel in the Christmas Play – I hate this song. Like literally HATE it. Most of the songs on the digital channel that are sung by kids, I hate. This is one of them. It’s supposed to be cute. But it’s not. It’s horrific.
Nuttin’ For Christmas – Another horrifically terrible song sung by a precocious scamp (who needs to be hit with a shovel). These are so awful I actually want to punch something when they come on. That’s how bad these songs are. They make me violent.
My Birthday Comes on Christmas – Head explodes into white hot rage.
Dominic the Donkey – Okay, this song is awful. I do hate it. However, I started singing it to PJ when it came on and we both started enjoying it. So I have a love/hate relationship with this song. I know it’s terrible, but it gets stuck in my head and I like it. And I hate myself for it. Yes, this song makes me ashamed of myself.
Our newest podcast is live. This week we are joined by Jeremy from Geek Chunks as we put one of the most controversial directors of our time on pop culture trial, Mr Michael Bay.
Jeeg is the prosecutor, CT is the defender and I’m the judge. Regardless of your stance on Mr Bay, I guarantee you your views will be corroborated by someone in this podcast. So join us to see if based on our verdict, Michael Bay will be allowed to continue to make movies.
Our good friend Fitz from the Nerd Lunch Podcast sent me a little gift in the mail. It’s a small booklet for my son, PJ, featuring the Star Wars Alphabet. Each letter represents a character from the Star Wars Universe. It’s pretty awesome. The book was written by Brandon Peat and drawn by Peat’s wife. Check out Brandon Peat’s site to find out how to obtain these.
Here are a few of the letters.
Here is the letter A, which is for Ackbar.
B is for Bossk
Check out Peat’s website to see more of the letters. I may post up some more of them next week.
And thanks Fitz, for the great gift. PJ will love it.
Our newest podcast is live. Actually, this episode went live yesterday, but apparently we are so damn popular that we broke the Internet.
Check it out:
Pretty awesome, right? That it is. Our bandwidth should be reset by now and the podcast again ready for download.
Anyway, this week’s episode is called Brilliant but Cancelled. We are again joined by Fitz who previously joined us for Episode 8: Nerd Decor. We are discussing TV shows we loved that were cancelled too early. A lot of good TV is mentioned, many of which you can catch on Netflix streaming. Come join us.