Posted by: Tiw [x] - (82.37.82.---)
Date: December 19, 2004 05:30PM
What is it about Americans? Why do they say use generic terms for Christmas like Seasons or Holidays? How can Muslims or anyoneelse mind that? Changing the name doesn't make it different does it? What is next? Changing Chinese New Year to something generic as well or are they excempt because they are a minority (in America anyway).
Posted by: pulse [x] - (82.37.82.---)
Date: December 19, 2004 11:19PM
Don't know, though on the front page in the IOTW box I wrote "festive period" as that encompasses a few religions rather than just Christianity. It's a Pagan and Jewish celebration at the moment too, and probably others smiling smiley

It's just easier that way.
Posted by: Mint [x] - (82.37.82.---)
Date: December 20, 2004 04:54AM
woops that was my post above..thought i was auto loggin in.

anyways.. xmas is anything BUT religious now adays
Posted by: stussy_demon [x] - (82.37.82.---)
Date: December 20, 2004 02:50PM
Tis the time to finish work and get shit faced on cigerettes & alcohol!
Posted by: revert [x] - (82.37.82.---)
Date: December 21, 2004 08:36AM
You have a good point *Tiw* and I would have to point the finger straight at political correctness. Just another generic term for something special.
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