"Ah, December is on us once more; the most auspicious month of the year. Ever since Christ exploded onto the scene with his universal message of 'Love and peace' 2,000 years ago there has been a seismic shifting of Mankind's morals of earth-shattering proportions.
On December 1st, 1955,Rosa Parks, a black woman from Alabama was arrested for failing to give up her seat on the bus to a white woman and, by her action, Rosa was primarily responsible for 'blowing apart' any misguided notion remaining that America was the 'land of the free and the home of the brave.'
Many years earlier, on December 11th, 1896, the Swedish chemist, the inventor of dynamite and later philanthropist, Alfred Nobel died. On December 19th, 1871, the author, Mark Twain received his first of three patents. It was in respect of a clothing garment accessory that eventually would, after numerous alterations by other inventors, 'blow the minds' of all red-blooded men with an eye for the leg of a lady; the suspender.
Doesn't the month of December simply blow you apart?" William Forde: December 8th, 2012.