Tuesday, November 29, 2011
E-Greets to You All
Today (November 29) is electronic greetings day. You can look it up. Hey, my blog is a digital electronic online gizmo thingee, so that counts. Happy e-greets to you all.
Perhaps I should embed an e-greeting card in the blog, to show I truly care and that I know how to do such things. Minions, make it so.
Chad Vader's Generic Holiday E-Greeting Card
Pretty impressive James Earl Jones impression, Chad! Nice costume, too. I'm guessing you're a huge George Lucas fan. (Go ahead, say it! You know you want to. "Join me, Luke; turn to the dark side of the force." Or something approximating that.)
Say, why don't we hear from JEJ himself about playing the voice of Darth Vader. This guy is an amazingly talented actor! Watch any movie in which he appears, even cameos. If I talked like a human, I'd want a voice like his.
So where can you get e-greetings? Well, there are lots of websites available. Hallmark Online comes immediately to mind, but there are many others: Blue Mountain, 123 Greetings, E-greetings, Jacquie Lawson, and a gazillion others. (Just Google "electronic greeting cards" and retrieve a ton of hits.) Some cost money; others don't. It's your call.
Happy Whatever Day You're Celebrating,
Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
Holiday News Beat
P.S. Back when Scowl-Face was just a young pup, and I was enjoying the French Riviera in a previous life, sending greeting cards was like sending letters or postcards--you sent them through the postal service. This harkens (or, if you prefer, hearkens) to "Return to Sender" (1962), written by Winfield Scott and Otis Blackwell, and most famously recorded by Elvis Presley. The refrain lyrics "no such zone" refer to postal zones, which were precursors to zip codes in the U.S. Postal Service.