Anonymous® Radio Show

The Internet's Premier LIVE Programme™

Archive for Christmas / Hanukkah

It’s International Podcast Day!

Monday, September 30th, 2019 marks the fifth year since the worlds initial recognition of this relatively new mode of communication.

Help us celebrate by becoming one of our very first subscribers! It seems only apropos that today be the launch of our newest collaboration – Patreon.

The first 100 subscribers get in FREE!

Click to visit our New Patron Page!

Merry Christmas to all (you too!)

Not EVERYBODY is so lucky…

Depending on your time zone, you may already have had some… Sandwich, Sex, Cookies and maybe even a little Creme… HAVE AT IT IF YOU CAN !!

Santa has come and gone in most parts of the world leaving a wide swath of happiness and good cheer – for some.

The destruction this past week in the Philippines, the angst and anger the Palestinians are feeling, the daily events that occur beyond Christmas cheer leave some people in NO mood to celebrate. How about you?


The song goes “Peace on Earth” CAN IT BE?

Leave your Comment below.

PS: my only regret this week is not being able to bag the world’s biggest turkey (HINT: Lives in NYC and Washington – baad haircut!) So the only thing in the oven this afternoon will be small children with puppy dogs for dessert!!

PART TWO | Promise Keeper!


Christmas morning hangover. What else can I say? The wine and rum combination was a bad idea. I should say the rum and wine combination was a bad idea.
Read the rest of this entry »

Chag Chanuka Sameach!

amy-hannukaHanukkah Traditions

Hanukkah is a Jewish festival that is observed to celebrate the victory of the Jewish Maccabees’ military over the Greek-Syrians.

Jewish Hanukkah holiday usually falls in the Jewish month of Kislev in December. This makes people believe that it is the Jewish Christmas. But, in reality it is a different festival, which has its own history and traditions.

Read the rest of this entry »

Ode to Winter

It’s snowing.

Looking out my window, I can see the fine, sparkling flurries dancing in the glow of the mercury light, high above my big, red barn.  red-barn-snow

I can see the snow drifting, the wind forcefully-carelessly tossing it about.

A child might imagine that there was an invisible man kicking around outdoors.  A child might pretend that the wispy, ethereal clouds blowing up from the earth were caused by his enormous, invisible feet.

If not for my loathing of winter, I would gaze upon the crisp, white landscape and gasp; for the mere sight of such beauty would steal the very breath from my lungs.


This Content is Also Available Directly in your browser !

This Content is Also Available Directly in your browser !

Read the rest of this entry »

SINATRA: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow

The wonderful Christmas song “Let It Snow” was created by lyricist Sammy Cahn and the composer Jule Styne in 1945. The words and lyrics of Let It Snow reflect the feeling of warmth and security associated with Christmas and also brings in the more modern custom of popping corn.

Read the rest of this entry »

As a whole, the human race sucks ass.



Due to the fast approaching holiday season, I’d like to share something with my readers that will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside…

This Content is Also Available Directly in your browser !

This Content is Also Available Directly in your browser !

Read the rest of this entry »

“Women Can Vote Too!”

From Today Now!: How to Pretend You Give A Shit About The American 2008 Election

%d bloggers like this: