The upper floors were actually a better way to view this church built in 1864. And they still brought us crackers and wine for the eucharist. At 1 a.m., though, I didn't feel entirely comfortable walking back to the car, which was on a deserted street that during the daytime would be bustling with activity.
On the day part of Christmas Day, I might take a cue from "Christmastime for the Jews" (the above video) and have dim sum in Chinatown. After that, I'll take in a movie (which is a Christmas tradition in the Kushibo abode).
And speaking of musically-themed Saturday Night Live sketches, here's another favorite:
Ah, what the heck... Let's throw in some Schweddy Balls:
And while we're at it, Happy Chanukah. That's both a three-weeks-late greeting for this year, and a fifty-two-week-early greeting for next year, when the holiday will actually run through Christmas like it should.
Finally, for some of homegrown Christmas satire from the K-blogosphere, check out ChickenHead's "T'was the Night Before Christmas on the DMZ."