I’m not promoting airing grievances on social media—that may seriously come back to bite you in your ass. This reblog is purely for raising awareness… and the woman who quit her job… that was funny.
December 23 is Festivus, the “holiday for the rest of us” popularized by Seinfeld that involves an “airing of grievances” — all of the annoying things that happened in the last year — followed by “feats of strength,” such as wrestling the head of the household to the ground. Instead of a tree, there’s a “Festivus pole,” usually made out of aluminum because George’s father Frank Costanza thought tinsel was “distracting.” In fact, last week, a Florida blogger set up one made out of PBR cans to protest a nativity scene in the rotunda of the Florida state capitol building in Tallahassee.
So in honor of the beloved parody holiday, NewsFeed looks back at some of the people — well-known and lesser-known — who went viral for airing their grievances in 2013:
• 9News anchor Kyle Clark’s on-air viewpoint
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