Christmas is here, which means that, for me at least, the Hostilidays are over. Here’s an antidote to the video pain that Hostiliday victims have suffered, and proof that YouTube can be used not only for evil, but also for good: a young Sungha Jung's interpretation of Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring. Enjoy, and have a blessed Christmas.
It’s almost sundown. Time for one more Hostilidays bomb. Later tonight, I’ll go to church to beg forgiveness for this one and my other sins.
At sundown, the Hostilidays shall cease, at least for me. But first, one last shot ...
On the one hand, it’s too easy to find a Chipmunks song that hurts your ears. On the other hand, I do find their high pitches literally painful to listen to. Here is just one example:
On yet the other hand (if I had three of them), I almost like their version of Silent Night a la Enya. It could be a parody; I’m not sure.
The message of this story is that suicide is not only painless; it also goes with Christmas. And the story is told through Lego animation, which must mean that it’s meant for children.
Someone help me out here: is this Janet Leigh?
Here’s a guy who plays Silent Night on a radish.
Now this is what the Hostilidays are all about. Bet you can’t listen to the whole thing.