Cut Jib Newsletter Speaks! Season 6 Episode 4

CutJibNewsletter Speaks!
CutJibNewsletter Speaks!
Cut Jib Newsletter Speaks! Season 6 Episode 4

A pre-Christmas, lighthearted episode where CBD and J.J. discuss, Ben “Dover” Cardin’s gay, pro-Hamas aide films himself being rogered up the sigmoid by a German bull, a little bit about the nature of Islam, and some thoughts on Christmas. We wish you all a blessed Christmas and thank you to all for your continued support. Merry Christmas!

12 comments to “Cut Jib Newsletter Speaks! Season 6 Episode 4”
  1. Guys —

    The beauty of Christmas lights is that no matter how humble the display, the fact that they are up there shows that somebody in that house thought enough of the holiday to mark it.

    This Christian wishes you gentlemen an enjoyable Christmas. (Why has merriment become the sole province of Christmas?)

    Hang tough as we enter the new year.

    P.S. I don’t care if it’s a Brit term, call them “series.” The idea of the “TV season” died out with the advent of streaming.

  2. Nothing wrong with Christmas BBQ! We usually have tamales with beans and rice at my in-laws house on Christmas Day. Something they’ve always done. We will have a rib roast or steaks for Christmas Eve. I’m also getting a whole smoked brisket to munch on throughout the holidays.

  3. Merry Christmas, with thanks from this humble household in The People’s Democratic Republic of Illinois.

  4. Merry Christmas, you fine gentlemen! Thanks for all the thoughtful, even witty commentary you bring us here and on the blog.

    One of my best Jewish friends and I used to exchange cards this time of year, good-naturedly twitting each other. She’d send me a Hanukkah card, and I’d send her a Christmas card. Her card would always go on my mantel alongside my Christmas cards.

    And thanks for your generosity of spirit towards our holy day.

    I asked my friend Ros some years ago to take me to her Sabbath evening service at the central synagogue on Park Avenue in New York City. It was fascinating to me to hear all the Echoes of our Anglican services in the original Jewish service. Or I should say the other way around. I recommend this because it underlined for me that we share the first half of our Bible and we do in fact worship the same God. Blessings and peace to you both.

  5. The Brooklyn neighborhood with the best lights — the one where cars line up — is Dyker Heights. Just across the BQE from Bay Ridge.

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