Happy Agnostica!

December 14, 2008 at 9:55 pm Leave a comment

If you’ve been wondering which of the winter holidays I celebrate the most, I’d have to say it is Agnostica. Agnostica is a relative newcomer to the holiday scene, tracing its origins back to Darren Bleuel’s Nukees strip that ran December 13, 1999. I think the Agnostica season technically starts on December 14th, Quantum Mechanics Day, but it’s all good. Last year I mentioned the paper atom decorations, similar to paper snowflakes, that you can make to help get into the holiday spirit. Playing with scissors is almost as fun as playing with fire. Now get to celebrating!


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