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Monday, December 24, 2012

Happy Christmas & Merry Holidays from the MZone!

Even if you're dreaming of a white Christmas, we'd like to add some Maize and Blue to that.

Merry Christmas.

Happy Holidays.

Go Blue!



(pic via U-M's Facebook page, video courtesy of the U-M Alumni Association)

2 comments:

Dennis said...

You need to add your comment about Al on the Youtube page hosting that video. I also loved how he started to say slutters instead of shutters. Our priest said, "Breast these rings" at our wedding. And "The Mass and the Marriage are over, go in peace." So I figure I either have easy grounds for an anullment or have been living in sin for 14 years.

Bealted Merry Christmas, by the way. I actually unplugged for the weekend and the holidays. Had my priorities all screwed up.

Oh, I thought the alumni video was well, done, but I'm sure Dave Brandon could have imporved upon it. The decorated lockers for example, did not have the latest in uniformz. I did not see anything about Arby's. To hear you guys tell it, I kind of picture Dave Brandon as Mr. Scrooge in this. Just swap Christmas with Michigan Football and there you have it. If you ever had someone ambitious and creative enough you could rework it with some Michigan songs.

What gets me with this is the song was done in 1958. Most think of the commercialization of Christmas as a more recent occurence, but clearly it has been going on for a while.

Ramona said...

Merry Christmas, Yost and all, and to all a good night.

Love it that M Zone can take some time for real life, and enjoy the holidays, when M Zone has done so much for football life!