Hey, Santa just stole my wallet!
What began in 1994 as a blurry social commentary by a bunch of cheap suit santas has spread across the world. The originators had spread their drunken cheer through the streets of San Francisco. But, now, the spirit of shoving the Christmas spirit in your face can be found from Atlanta to Tokyo. San Francisco celebrated their event over the weekend. The santa train appeared to have covered some serious ground, as they hit up the Hustler club, the wharf, some twister in the park, and even crashed a wedding.
Sometimes, Santa needs to leave the reindeer, the elves, and those whiney kids behind. Before Santa gets ready to serve all those consumers there is a need to let loose and kick "the man" in the ass, or at least steal his cigarettes before leaving coal in his striped pockets.
I am going to go check out the Vancouver get together on December 16th, this Saturday.
Here are some additional weekend reports on Santarchy
Also you can find the lyrics to some original songs like:
Prison Cells Jingle:
Prison cells, prison cells - don't you break the rules.
We spend more on prison cells than we spend on our schools!
Prison cells, prison cells - You'll be doing time.
We'll lock you up for forty years and say we're tough on crime!