Christmas TogetherWe're here year round and even though we are scattered all over the world and most of us have never met face-to-face we find ways to celebrate the season together. From our annual Christmas exchanges to scheduled chats our Christmasing together is discussed here.
The Best of Christmas Sitcoms
My Top Ten list would not be complete without:
All in the Family - Christmas at the Bunkers
Andy Griffith Christmas episode
Dick Van Dyke Christmas episode
Mary Tyler Moore 1st Christmas episode...
Remember when Black Friday was on Friday?
Imagine what will happen if the stores are allowed to stay open all night Christmas Eve until lunch time on Christmas Day! This year, more than 50,000 restaurants, bars, convenience stores and...
My Dog Sam
Dear Abby, I too was picked on when I was a child and I too turned to our dog Queenie. She always gave me love and she always listened. Bless you.
My personal view is that it's fascinating and educational and don't have a problem with it as it was all done with the participants consent. Why with the participants consent? Because all the exhibits are real dead bodies.
That happens to be here in Cincinnati at the moment. I haven't been there and I don't think I will. I am interested but not in viewing dead bodies. I don't know how much longer it's here. I just don't have time during the school year. I don't think it will be here when summer gets here!
A Beary Merry Christmas to all!
I don't think it's unethical, I just find it a bit creepy. I have no problem with it otherwise, and I'm sure it's fascinating to lots of people. Although there is a rumor that some of the bodies are Russian or Chinese political prisoners or some such nonsense.
It was at the Museum of Science and Industry last year when I went. I was glad that no one with me wanted to see it.
Dominick’s descriptive term “creepy” came to mind almost instantly. However, after viewing the link photos and reading about the exhibit, I have no problem with it as long as the “participants” were ethically recruited.