What an end
I can't believe it, and I bet you probably can't, either. The conclusion of 2010 will soon be upon us. But more importantly, it is not long now until the day that we celebrate the birth of the Messiah (unless you're not Christian, of course). It be long until you (or your kids, if you're old enough to have any) wake up very early in the morning and drag everyone in the house downstairs. Then, you'll put your coat on, get in the car and visit your family. Well, you would, but then you will find out that you can't, because all of the roads are closed due to very light snowfall. And the government don't have the resources to remove it, because "we're running out of grit supplies" or words to that effect, so you'll have to stay at home all day.
That's what it will be like in Britain, at least. I hope you'll have just as much fun where you live this Christmastime, maybe even with a bit of snow, too. On behalf of all of the AAO staff, have a Merry Christmas!
But let's have a look back at one of the main events of this month: the AAOAA -- the Annual Awards! It's the first one we've had, and it's been a great success. All of the winners have recently been announced; some of which may surprise you.
Here is something that's worth taking a look at if you haven't already. Jean of mArk is one of our newest members, and has already started a very original project. It's called The Omniscient Game, and it's an Ace Attorney-style quiz show.