Since it is Christmas, it is time for my holiday article.
Although the television is a mind-control device, I still enjoy watching yuletide classics like A Christmas Story.
Then there’s Deck the Halls, which features a competition over christmas lights.
Or there’s Rudolph, which sends a terrible message to children.
I cannot stand Love Actually, and I am sure there are other bad ones, but I just don’t watch them.
One of my favorites is Home Alone, which my daughter and I enjoyed.
It’s a little like Mouse Hunt, a film I once told her to watch, as I said I had seen it myself, tricking her, because I needed to do work, at home, for my law office, to pay for our Christmas.
It’s kind of like the time I told her that the grand-daughter of Eloise lived at the Plaza, while we lunched under her portrait at the Palm Court, or the way I encouraged belief in Santa Claus—as to which I later came clean.
Here’s a picture from our trips to New York, when we used to hit Dylan’s Candy Bar, FAO Schwartz, and visit a museum or see a show, while we always lunched at the Plaza, which provides the backdrop for the second Home Alone.
In Home Alone, it’s great how the hero tricks and defeats the imbecilic villains, who are just like the scum in the deep state.
Check it out!
It’s not only funny.
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