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woohooligan Dec 30, 2016
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Interestingly enough, in 2009 the Lobby for Jewish Values and the Jerusalem Rabbinate distributed a bunch of flyers in West Jerusalem condemning Christmas and calling for a boycott of businesses that sell or display Christmas trees or other "foolish Christian symbols." ... Although if you think the tree is a specifically Christian symbol, then you don't know it's history.

Speaking of Jews, I give you Jon Stewart.



In general, I think, if Christians say we should be thinking of Jesus at Christmas, then maybe we should be thinking "what would Jesus do?" (WWJD) And they're right, Jesus would definitely be writing hate-mail to companies that try to be inclusive of non Christians by wishing people "happy holidays". :P

Why is Christmas the only holiday that's ever at war? To be honest, according to Christian doctrine, Easter would be far more important because it celebrates the resurrection and the washing away of the sins of mankind. So we celebrate Easter with the pagan symbols of rabbits and eggs and those same Christians who are so offended by a Starbucks cup at Christmas never bat an eye. ;)

Truth is, it's been a long while since I've been able to see outrage over bullshit like the color of Starbucks cups as anything other than a silly publicity stunt. Are they still entertaining? Do they still draw ratings? Maybe it's time for a few more publicity stunts. Maybe we need to over-saturate the outrage machine. Maybe we should boycott anyone who publishes a science article on April 1st. Maybe we should throw a fit if someone buys movies on Talk Like a Pirate Day. Maybe we should all go ape-shit on Netflix for sending out DVDs on New Year's Eve when everybody's supposed to be out drinking in the street, waiting for a ball to drop. Although this year we may be waiting for less of a ball and more of a shoe. :P

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