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Sunday, December 24, 2006
Every year, I still go to the sale of charity Christmas cards at St John's to make sure I get at least one set of cards that say Season's Greetings and that don't have any symbols of the Christian or of the old religion, such as Nativity scenes, angels, holly leaves and/or berries, significant trees and/or stars, carol-singers or Santa Claus. These are for those of my relatives who still feel that Christmas is pagan.
This is why the now traditional annual war-on-the-war-on-Christmas leaves me unimpressed. We did it so much better when I was a lad.
Merry Christmas, everyone!