December 24, 2004

Happy Holidays

Hey folks, for the few of you that haven't already headed off to your holiday merry making, go now. Posting will be very light here until about January 2nd, so don't feel moved to turn on your computer on our account.

Enjoy your holidays & have a happy new year from all of us here at Pacific Views. We insist :)

Posted by natasha at December 24, 2004 12:07 PM | Random Mumblings | Technorati links |
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To all the Pacific Viewers here who provide us with their wit and wisdom, joust and parry, a soapbox to stand on and a shoulder to cry on; I give thanks and bless with good fortune and peace this holiday season.

May we seek the answers together with solemn grace and the blessings of our Gods.

Happy Holidays!

Shaman David Aquarius,
Clan of the Avalon,
Renton

Posted by: David Aquarius at December 24, 2004 02:17 PM

Merry Christmas to all of you and yours.

I look forward to another year of reading your most excellent blog.

Posted by: Rob Salzman at December 24, 2004 05:02 PM

Thank you for your time and dedication here at Pacific Views. I have never met any of you (that I know of), but I have the utmost respect for you, your art, and your source.

I hope your superconscious minds remain full of creative and imaginative thoughts for seasons to come.

Very Respectfully

spective.blog.com

Posted by: TABS at December 25, 2004 12:36 AM

Merry Christmas Natasha, and Magpie and Mary. Keep shining; they can never outvote your light!

Posted by: Kevin Hayden at December 25, 2004 02:33 AM

"A MONSANTO CHRISTMAS STORY" by Artie L

In the year 2121, Christmas pageantry added a modern day miracle of science. A new and reliable source food crop, introduced by Monsanto genetic engineering, was celebrated in decorated cathedrals and family shrines throughout the world.

Monsanto, (our saintly company), had some years before introduced what was to become a lifesaver, a Godsend food for the masses, nutritious and wholesome, able to be cultivated in mass quantities anywhere: the Monsanto Chicken Tree.

The fruit of the chicken tree, chikruit, were featherless and boneless and looked much like a common chicken hung head down, claws anchoring them to the branch. Their wings and heads hung passive most of the time, except when they realized they were about to be plucked for dinner and would set about a caterwalling clucking and feeble flaping an impossible escape.

Despite the seemingly incredulous affair harvesting, at times the chikruit displayed many favorable traits; a timid consciousness, interaction amongst themselves, and a penchant for songbird melody.

Monsanto researched the possibility of fine-tuning the chikruit's melodic trait and succeeded, incorporating the genetic makeup of Anita Bryant's vocal chords to produce a chicken tree that could harmonize a clucking, warbling rendition of contemporary songs.

And thus it became a Christmas tradition for those chicken trees with the most excellent melodic gift to be potted and presented on stage clucking Christmas carols and traditional tunes during this special time of year: The Singing Chicken Christmas Tree.

And after the pageantry, revellers partook of a fine barbeque.

The End

Posted by: Artie at December 25, 2004 04:35 PM

Merry Christmas Natasha!!!!!!!!

Posted by: Hubris Sonic at December 26, 2004 10:11 PM

Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Posted by: thehim at December 26, 2004 10:37 PM