“It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Last Christmas”


Cub Scout Den BR549 from Queens has had enough of the shutdown and demands Santa does his job.

New York City is shuttering Broadway for a second year. The Rockett’s were sent home with a fruit basket and a frozen Turkey, and Saturday Night Live is going on with its infamous Christmas show minus a live audience and limited cast and crew, which would improve the performance. So instead, Omicron has arrived in grand style with the highest ratings yet for a virus.

Why was there no “Omicron” balloon in Macy’s parade? An ” Omicron” dressed as Santa sitting in his sleigh would have made the kiddies squeal with delight. DeBlasio knew it was in his city, waiting patiently to make a late but well-timed entrance, descending a gold lame’ staircase like one of Truman Capote’s society Swans. The pesky bug is full of itself, flexing its Christmas muscle and looking every bit, the superstar that it is.

Maya Sharona, head correspondent humanoid for NPR, caught up with a few typical New Yorkers in Times Square that voiced their displeasure with the new shut down and mandates.

Mustafa De’ San Angelo, a well-known homeless beggar, and famous Times Square criminal, told Ms. Sharona that his business is down by Eighty percent since last weekend, so he will have to start robbing other beggers or resume mugging the elderly. Ms. Sharona offered him a twenty-dollar bill, but he punched her in the face and snatched her Gucci purse. A nearby cop promptly wrote her a ticket for bleeding on the sidewalk and crying in public.

The New York Post of the Salvation Army, in its attempt to make the organization more white and less racist, sent all-white employees home without pay for the rest of the year. When asked if the Army would be hosting the annual feed the homeless Christmas dinner at Madison Square Garden, their spokesperson said, ” we don’t have anyone left to work, and they took all their food home with them.” They put in a call to Joe and Jill Biden about donating some grub, but they are not returning calls.

This Christmas may be better than last year. Right?

8 Replies to ““It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Last Christmas””

  1. The SNL change surprized me. I mean, I know things are closing down again but that seemed drastic, almost like full lockdown. I don’t go anywhere but work, dentist, and gas stations… are things worse than I realize? I know some large events have been cancelled here in SoCal but most seems to be business as usual.

    Then again.. I heard that off stage at SNL the crew is literally in those paper hazmat suits so I guess they’re quite… cautious.

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    1. So happy in Texas. We go to concerts (full capacity), restaurants, theaters (movies & plays), amusement parks, zoo, museums, church, school functions, sports events, mask free shoppung… We RARELY wear a mask (Doctors/Dentists/Labs we do). The vaccine shots are seen as far more dangerous than the 99.87% chance of death by COVID. We barely hear of the virus in our region and community. We live exactly the way we always did (except with exceptions above) & take roadtrips in 22 states since June 2020. About the only thing we don’t do is watch TV or follow mainstream media.

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