Wish you all a very (Non-PC) Merry Christmas!

DAKSY Posted By DAKSY, Dec 24, 2011 at 1:24 PM

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  1. Adios Pantalones

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  2. PapaDave

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    Nothing says Christmas like Han holding a Menorah, doing what looks to be a Travolta dance move. :coolsmile:
     
  3. webbie

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    Would Jesus have said "Bite Me"?

    I'm gonna check that scripture..

    Merry Christmas, all....
     
  4. Thistle

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    Merry Christmas everyone! Hope you are all safe,warm,happy & enjoying time with your family,friends & pets (they are definitely family also!)

    Just dont eat & drink too much haha.
     
  5. Mrs. Krabappel

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    WHenever the big "Merry Christma debate" comes up I think it's only an indicator that folks have been listening to Rush. The atheists don't care.


    Merry Christmas!
     
  6. webbie

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    Well, in the spirit of Rushbo Non-PC Xmas, may we all have thousands of opiates under our trees.......along with viagra and.....oh, I can't get that non-PC, but let me say that I hope Rushbo is having a fine Christmas and not abusing any....oops, can't say that either.....
     
  7. schlot

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    Funny how people can get bent out of shape about people celebrating and taking time off for a religious holiday. This nation is was founded to keep the STATE from dictating a certain religion. It has nothing to do with people celebrating a religious holiday, since it's all about FREEDOM to do so. Heck I wouldn't care if a Muslim said happy Ramadan to me. I'd just say happy Ramadan right back and go about my way. So in that note, MERRY CHRISTMAS everyone! Let the joy of the holiday fill everyone's hearts!
     
  8. webbie

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    Is it ramadan yet?

    I think VASTLY more people are bent out of shape falsely perceiving that someone else is bent out of shape...than are actually bent out of shape...
    That is, if you can make sense of that......

    Meaning, really, that many people enjoy playing victims. Personally, I always enjoyed the days off, no matter what the holiday. They did get in the way of sales at the store though. Seems fewer people buy stoves and fireplaces between thanksgiving and new years since they are too busy with the holidays....

    Meantime, I'm going back to reading my Bagavad-Gita or whatever.
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    It's got a Blue dude in it.
     

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  9. schlot

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    Hey quit picking on me!!! LOL, Yes I understand the circuitous statement about "victims" which makes me scared....pass the book with the blue dude on it will you?
     
  10. Mr. Brownstone

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    I stopped saying "Happy Holidays" about 2 years ago. Everybody loves the day's off. What you choose to do with those days is your choice. Non-Christians have their own traditions on December 25th, that's great for them. There are a couple of Jewish guys that I play "old man" basketball with, they always wish me and my family a Merry Christmas. I think the whole PC thing is coming around.
     
  11. begreen

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    Heck, I hear even Walmart was closed. Why don't we just call it NoBuy Day?
     
  12. webbie

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    We could still buy online...
    ;-P

    We can call it "Brick and Mortar almost noBuy Day". That would be PC.
     
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