Jasen Dixon, the Cincinnati haunted house magnate who caught hell last week for erecting a Zombie Nativity Scene, is ready to throw hell right back. He’s kept the ZNS erect in full defiance of a local ordinance, which, according to his calculations, is wrong about the decorations in the first place. If you like, you can donate money to this gleeful undead elf for next year’s campaign.
NDT has a lot of Christians’ underwear bunched up in uncomfortable ways. Was he out of line, or just having some happy holiday fun? Check the Tweets and see what you think.
Justin Bieber must have a really big Christmas tree, because Santa managed to fit a private jet beneath it! See how much a G6 like his usually costs…
A Cincinnati-area man created the world’s first Zombie Nativity Scene, but city officials claim it violates code. You’ve got two more days to make your zombie road trip dreams come true. Check out the ghoulishly festive photos.
Gary Brennan, owner of the Yankee Spirits Liquor Store in upstate NY, has had the leg lamp in the front window every year since 2002…until this Christmas. And he is as furious as the Old Man in the wake of a Bumpus Hound turkey swiping. Come on in and read about these shady doins.
Hallmark produces the swastika-laced paper that first touched off a firestorm at a California Walgreens. The company has apologized for its oversight, but not everyone is sure that it has anything to be sorry for. Get a little swastika knowledge and consider where you stand on this holiday issue.
When a Los Angeles woman spotted the controversial symbol on a roll of wrapping paper at her local Walgreens, she set off a Christmas firestorm. Not everyone supports her point of view, though–and the other side’s argument might surprise you.
Every year, the PNC Christmas Price Index announces the new cost of all the items in the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” 2014 costs 1% more than ’13. But how much is the final bill? Click, and be amazed…
“Saving Christmas” is a heavy-handed and terrible film. Or so say the top critics in the country, who’ve made the film memorable for all the wrong reasons. See what they have to say: perhaps you’ve a comment of your own to add?
Every year, Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson takes a whole gaggle of children to Toys ‘R’ Us for a shopping spree. 2014’s edition was the biggest yet. Check out the starting line video, and make sure you see the photo of the eight-foot-long receipt.