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My least favorite night of the year to leave my hut is New Year’s Eve. One might reasonably think this is a sign that I am getting old but I’ve been this way since my twenties. New Year’s Eve is an arbitrary moment in time that has no meaning for me, it’s also noisier, more expensive, and more crowded than most any other night of the year. There are also a lot of drunks on the roads and sober people have enough trouble controlling their cars. Thus, I can find nothing to recommend it. On the plus side, however, this New Year’s Eve cartoon is kinda funny.
Then there’s this vision of what it might be like if doctor’s offices adopted the practices of airlines. They both overbook, so why not?
And now, here’s a bit of appetizing zombie fun.
BIZARRO OF THE LIVING DEAD: Since we’re on the subjects of zombies and the new year, here’s a cartoon about that topic from Jan 2, 2011. It reflects my feelings about the efficacy of online activism in general. (Click it to see it embiggened.)