Rather annoyed by the fooraw up in Seattle about an Xmas display, and the made-up holiday of Kwanza, Steven decided a new holiday was needed.
If Ron Karenga can do it, so can I. The newly-formed Otaku religion celebrates Anime Day on December 25. It’s a jenn-you-wine traditional Japanese holiday (that I just made up) which otaku celebrate by putting up life-sized cardboard cutouts of Sailor Moon. We demand that Usagi be placed next to Rabbi Bogomilsky’s menorah, and if they won’t do that then we’ll sue.
Unfortunately, there’s already a schism underway if he thinks Sailor Moon is an appropriate icon for AnimÃ© day! There is only one Goddess of AnimÃ© Day, and thou shalt worship no graven images before her!
“Splitter!” After all, the Church of Haruhi was founded in April. Who do these Johnny-come-latelies think they are?
My, but that bellybutton looks yummy…