I remember growing up in Hawaii and California, as my family sat around the Christmas tree celebrating Boxing Day. We would gather and discuss the latest news on boxing: Was the IBF champion better than the WBC champion, or the WBA, or the WBO champion?
We would then re-enact the latest bouts we had seen on our black-and-white Zenith TV. My mother would serve as the cut man and my father as the ref. Ten rounds or until somebody got knocked out. Ah, yes. What memories.
We would then jet over to Kamala's house and share the Kwanzaa festivities with that family. You know, of course, that Kwanzaa is very popular among Indian families in Canada.
Good times, good times.
My recollections were inspired by the tweet from Vice-President-Pretender Kamala Harris about her childhood memories celebrating Kwanzaa. I'd love to see the pictures of those Kwanzaa get-togethers. I am sure I am in them . . . .
OK, OK, everything I just wrote--except for the Hawaii and California bit--is FAKE. Is anything from the Harris/Biden team real? If not, why can't we all just make up whatever we want? Would Corn Pop mind?