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December 16 2011

Parody - Joss Whedon's letter to Santa. From the imaginations at Pop Culture Monster, along with letters from other real and fictional persons. ETA: Link down due to traffic.

Did we break it? I keep getting a 503 error.
Tried going directly to the popculturemonster.com... I think the whole site is down.
It sorta almost loaded for me. Enough that I could read the letter anyway.
"I'm killing you off." Love it! He would do that. Also, gotta love Community. Six seasons and a movie!


Uh..........am I the only that got to read it?

[ edited by Berenice on 2011-12-16 05:04 ]
I made the link recursive for awhile so we're not sending even more traffic to the site. Maybe if we pretend to not be interested their server will unfreak.

What I want for Christmas is more of this, but it'll have to wait until after the holiday for me. I bought myself Community on DVD to tide me over since every geek I know tells me it's kinda ok.
There may be such a high level of interest in the link because the title of the post here (which is the only thing that shows up in the Whedonesque tweet) makes it sound like the letter was written by Joss Whedon himself.
It works again:
http://popculturemonster.com/index.php/2011/letters-to-santa/
BrewBunny: Except clicking the tweet brings them here first, where the link is explained. Of course, I guess that would depend on people reading.
Yeah, the title definitely gives the impression the letter was actually written by Joss. Hence the dropping of the internet on that site.
Got it after a couple of tries. Kinda funny.
I've added "parody" to the title because I'm ill and I have no idea what's happening.
Some of those are spot on! Like the Emma Frost and Leslie Knope ones.
BrewBunny: Except clicking the tweet brings them here first, where the link is explained. Of course, I guess that would depend on people reading.

Of course, some people may be so excited to read something from Joss that they may just skip right on over the the link without reading superfluous commentary.

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