ATS Recap streams your way the friday before Christmas. In this episode, we spread knowledge on fun holiday facts and recap Santa threads that drove
us to ask, does Santa really suck? We get interested in the Karen Silkwood story, its multiple angles as to what really happened and our curiosity
from a comment posted today which asks, "Why do people just disappear without a trace?" Does the fact that a Saudi prince purchasing a strategic
stake in Twitter worth $300 million make anyone believe he'll use it for spying? And the big story on the internet today, Go Daddy says they dropped
support quickly for SOPA, well publicly anyway. So put on your tin foil hat, watch and comment in the threads below.
If you did get a ringa ding from the prince, would you play Santa to all the members and share the wealth or keep it all to yourself?
Like it so far... need more individual comments. Wanna hear me on TV.
dear Brian, I am glad ATS chose to humanize the latest & greatest with your face great job. ho ho ho! I know a 10 year that was let in on the Myth of
St. Nick he said,''I am glad that I thought he was real when I was a kid.'' we live in America, a predominantly Christian culture.Because this is
a Fact, how could nurturing a belief in magic or giving harm a child in this culture. The messages of Christmas, Chanukah & Kwanzaa are positive.
Children see examples: a)somebody might be watching you ....(this reminds us of angels too)
b)behave (lump of coal or gift)
c) family unites
d)energy in the air
e) places are dressed in light..
MERRY CHRISTMAS HAPPY CHANUKAH HAPPY KWANZAA MERRY FESTUVIS
I think Brian is cool, and these videos are the best ones yet on ATS. The style is loose and contemporary, but informative. This is not pretentious,
and that's a good thing! Keep up the good work, Brian, nice job.
Merry Christmas, Everybody.......
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