Infinity #1 Variant Cover
First, thanks to everyone for your suggestions. They were super-creative and I had a hard time deciding. Ultimately I went with Crono from Chrono Trigger suggested by Josh Colon. My design is inspired by his original design pre-Toriyama and his basic description. Hope you all dig! #chronotrigger #zatransis #mikehenry
"It would be like if you walked around saying “Hi, Glen” to everybody. “Hi Glen,” “Hey Glen,” “Hi Glen.” And you know what everyone thought, even Bill, and Lisa, and Katie, and Eric, they thought,”He means ‘Hi.’” And they took it, so they’re okay. But then somebody walks over and goes “Hey, say ‘Hi,’ that includes EVERYBODY.” Hence, “happy holidays.” And he goes, “Oh my God, you can’t say ‘Hi Glen” anymore?!” YES, if you know you’re talking to Glen. Hence, “Merry Christmas,” if you’re positive you’re talking to another person who celebrates Christmas. But if you’re generic, you don’t go “Hi Glen” and then act like when someone says just to say “Hi” because that encompasses everybody, you act like they’re taking your right away to say “Hi Glen.” And they’re not. Just as long as you’re talking to Glen. Otherwise, think about how that other person looks going, “I can’t say ‘Hi Glen’ anymore!?” YES YOU CAN! What are you talking about? If you see Glen, you say “Hi” to him! But they’re talking about going around to random people and saying “Hi Glen.” So no one’s telling you you can’t say “Hi Glen.” You’re taking it out of proportion to make a point that doesn’t exist."
Todd Glass on Friday’s episode of “The Todd Glass Show,” explaining why saying “Happy Holidays” is, in fact, “more Christmassy” than saying “Merry Christmas,” in the most delightfully roundabout Todd Glass way.
Todd Glass is very difficult to transcribe.
I just like the number of times my name is in this.
FYI, I’m more of a “Happy Chrismakwanzukah” kind of greeter.