Bobber wrote: »
A celebration of the winter solstice is universal across all cultures and religions, as is the universal wish for peace and goodwill to all. In the end though its all about family and celebrating the ties that bind. If you can not find joy in that then I feel sorry for you.
fins4me wrote: »
Christmas is the day that much of mankind has chosen to honor the birth of Christ. I am not sure why some dwell on how the day ended up when it did instead of using it to cherish Christ.
If non believers choose to celebrate or not that is up to them as long as they leave the rest of us alone and stop *****ing and moaning about it.
Mini Mart Magnate
I am just here for my amusement.
cadman wrote: »
I think the only guy "*****ing and moaning" about it is a self proclaimed Christian.
Everyone else said Merry Christmas.
dragon bait wrote: »
Majority of Americans do not view Christmas primarily as a religious holidayhttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2017/12/25/majority-of-americans-do-not-view-christmas-primarily-as-a-religious-holiday/?utm_term=.2201bcf99fe5
“Everyone behaves badly--given the chance.”
― Ernest Hemingway
ferris1248 wrote: »
So MACD isn't a grinch? He has an illness? SAD?
ncdead wrote: »
Yep....hope y'all had a great time with the family. I know I did. Was dreading that three hour drive back up to Virginia but once you are there it's all wonderful...seeing my 89 year old momma and my brothers and sisters and all the kids...it's a beautiful thing
mindyabiness wrote: »
I don't believe in Santa....or the Easter Bunny. I never did. Not that I remember anyway.
Turner River Terror wrote: »
I celebrate Christmas cause it's one of the few times in the year everybody's civil and happy.
MACD wrote: »
your just mad because you don't like my opinion.....grow up little man.