Happy Thanksgiving!

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Or, as I told a friend earlier today, “Happy Yam Sham Day!”

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If you’ve not seen this episode of Buffy, go look up Pangs, which is from Season Four. If you don’t watch Buffy, I’m sad for you. At least watch this clip:

You made a bear!

Now, I know that some people prefer to think of Thanksgiving as Slapsgiving, and I’m cool with that and wish you a happy Slapsgiving.

slapsgiving

But perhaps you prefer Friends?

Friends first Thanksgiving

I still think they should release DVDs of just the Thanksgiving episodes.

friends thanksgivings

Some people may notice that I have thus far left out my favorite Thanksgiving tradition–listening to Alice’s Restaurant while driving to wherever I plan on eating turkey that year.

So just remember…you can get anything you want, at Alice’s Restaurant! (excepting Alice)

Comics

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Nearly every week, I head to my local comic book shop, Pop Culture Comix, to pick up a comic or two.

I read Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel + Faith and Captain Marvel on a regular basis and occasionally pick up additional comics. Just in the past few months, I’ve picked up Uncanny Avengers, Spike, Willow, Deadpool and a Doctor Who/Star Trek crossover.

I have a great time reading the comics and I always enjoy how the artwork and storylines. However, I’ve come to discover a problem.

What do I do with the comics when I’m done with them? Currently, they’re piled up all around my apartment and I’ve been trying to avoid piles and clutter.

(We’re taking a moment here for Mom to stop giggling.)

Do I go further down the rabbit hole and buy a storage box, bags and boards and start storing them properly after I’ve read them? If so, what is my ultimate goal? Am I hoping that someday someone will want to buy them or read them? Will I read them again?

Or do I start giving them away or discarding them or selling them after I’m done with them? Will I regret it if I get rid of them? Will it feel like a waste of money?

What do you think?