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Well it looks like its that time of year again when colourful lights are hung on trees families spend time together and retailers swim naked through their money You guessed it Im talking about Christmas one of the many holidays that have lost their meaning to commercialization Forget the memory of Jesus Christ nows the time to pay homage to the almighty buck Nowadays when someone thinks of Christmas or Easter the idea of Christianity is one of the last to come into their mind although I dont think it could have been made much easier -- Christianity Christmas -- what kind of minds are we dealing with Its far more likely that their first thoughts will be about buying the perfect gifts having the most eye-damaging house decorations on the block or having a hairy old fat man in red underwear arrested for putting their child on his lap and whispering to them to tell him what they really want strangely enough there are some parents out there who actually pay money each year to have this abuse inflicted upon their children The whole idea of Santa Claus is one of the scariest Ive come across and yet we embrace it The entire story sounds like something you should threaten your kid with if he doesnt want to eat his veggies As I understand it hes supposed to be a fat man wearing red underwear who is capable of sliding down your chimney unharmed in order to quietly slip into your house while youre sleeping If he really existed Id be sitting up with a loaded shotgun every Christmas Eve not dreaming of gifts while this lunatic could be slicing the throats of everyone in my house And to add to the horror he is said to use elves to manufacture toys in a little workshop in the North Pole This entire elf story sounds like a softening
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