Cheers!

It’s that time of year again. We’re taking the rest of the week off to spend time with family and friends, eat too much, drink much more and ponder the year that was. Whatever you find yourself doing we hope it’s fun, meaningful and joyous!

From everyone that helps and supports CMG, thanks for another fascinating and thoroughly fulfilling year.

Cheers, Rob Harris
Editor-in-Chief

21 thoughts on “Cheers!”

  1. Ah yes, the Xmas controversy at CMG strikes again.The reason for the Happy Solstice, Holidays and New Year are that they all have one thing in common – they are inarguably true. Well, maybe the Chinese may dispute the New Year bit, but you get what I’m saying.

    Now I’m all for people having a Merry Christmas, Hanukkah, Bodhi Day, Pancha Ganapati, Saturnalia, Day of the Return of the Wandering Goddess, Feast of Sacrifice, Soyal, Sadeh, Zartusht-no-diso, Yule, Yalda, Newtonmas, Kwanzaa, Chalica, Feast of Winter Veil, Feast of Alvis, Hogswatch, Decemberween, Wintersday and of course, Festivus, but that’s a lot of stuff to fit into the image.

  2. Blasphemers! Heathen barbarians!

    I only believe in the One True Induction, and the sacred rites of Mikuni carb synchronization. All those who participate in the tawdry digital doings of fuel injection are infidels. They deserve nothing but our scorn, and must be forced to listen to readings by Saint Cathcart.

    1. Hi Stagman, and a Happy Day of the Return of the Wandering Goddess to you sir. Sadly my mum died while I was quite young so I do not know for sure whether I would have been slapped upside my head or not. She was a Pacifist and a Humanist, so I doubt it though.

  3. Joyeux Noel mon amis !
    I remain, unrepentantly, your apprentice curmudgeon.
    Now, let’s get back to talking about Chinese motorcycles ?

    1. Blackie, Blackie, Blackie, Blackie. You are correct, in that it is Christmas (as well as many other things too), but it is also Solstice as well, last time I checked anyway.

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