Monday, December 29, 2014

John Oliver on How to Celebrate New Year's Eve - Don't.

Just the sort of thing to appeal to a true Curmudgeon.


karen said...

My membership in the curmudgeon club will be confirmed by my spending New Years Eve watching two seasons of BBC Sherlock (not Die Hard, thank you very much!) and knitting mittens to give away next Christmas! I hope to be in bed by 10.
Thanks for coming back to blogging and for all your thought provoking (frustrating, angering) posts. Happy new year Mound.

The Mound of Sound said...

Hi, Karen, and a Happy New Year to you also. I took a "mercy pause" from blogging for a week or two as a favour to everyone. I still wrote quite a few posts but I realized they were mainly stuff that I've written over and over only conditions had become somewhat worse. Who needs that over the holidays? It was time to give everyone a break.

Like you, I'll be having a quiet NYE at home. One of my kids gave me the 50th anniversary James Bond anthology in Blu Ray. I can't recall whether there's 23 or 27 but that's a lot more than I'll need to get through the evening.

Inse said...

Happy New Year to you Mound. Many thanks for all your articles this past year, it's just a pity that they won't be seen by enough people as they would certainly wake a few up from their MSM fog.
Hoping the closet kid will be gone by the end of 2015.

Inse, a proud member of the curmudgeon club.

The Mound of Sound said...

And a happy and rewarding New Year to you, Inse. Thanks for your kind thoughts. They really do matter.

Anonymous said...

Have a great New Year....mocho, mocho and mocho. Thanks for all your writing. Anyong....Mexico.

The Mound of Sound said...

Feliz Ano Nuevo to you, Anyong.