This from The New Yorker:
An analysis of more than a hundred thousand documents recently leaked by a disgruntled elf has revealed several surprising facts about the North Pole’s most famous citizen.
· Santa and several top elves colluded to circumvent a ban on Chinese-made toys, despite pressure from the North Pole community to deliver only toys made locally….
· Senior North Pole officials were astonished when an elf in Santa’s cabinet proposed halting a long-standing program monitoring pouting and crying. “For years, we’ve been telling people that they’d better not do this,” one said in a confidential cable, “and now we’re removing all restrictions? What’s next? Decriminalizing the failure to watch out?”…· Santa doesn’t enjoy going to certain St. Louis suburbs. “They just give me the creeps,” he told one top elf….· Just this year, Santa accepted a payment of twelve million dollars to keep Charlie Sheen on the “nice” list….
· Contrary to popular belief, Santa cannot really tell when you’re sleeping or when you’re awake, but he will fly into a rage if his ability to do so is questioned.
What does The New Yorker mean by offering a forum like this to amplify anti-Santa propaganda? When does freedom of the press become perverted into antisocial activism?
Read that again about the disgruntled elf. Then look at pictures of the strange visage of Julian Assange. I’m seeing a connection here, and it’s creepy. How tall is he, anyway?