12.22.2009

Is it Wrong for Non-believers to Celebrate Christmas?

No.

11 comments:

mac said...

Agreed

pboyfloyd said...

No.

oneblood said...

Gesundheit.

Jared said...

Can I celebrate jul? Complete with julskinka, sill, meatballs, and O.P. Anderson aquavit...

Pliny-the-in-Between said...

Can I celebrate jul? Complete with julskinka, sill, meatballs, and O.P. Anderson aquavit...

This is America! You can celebrate what ever you want - assuming it does not involve human sacrifice (sorry Seeker...) I believe that is still a no-no even in Oregon except in an election year, then it's allowed..

Harvey said...

I suppose it depends upon how one defines Christmas and how or what aspect thereof one chooses to "celebrate".

Jared said...

Yay, so my julbord is an acceptable offering.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julbord#Julbord

Asylum Seeker said...

"You can celebrate what ever you want - assuming it does not involve human sacrifice (sorry Seeker...)"

Damn it! Has that always been the case or did they change that on me when I wasn't being attention? Oh, there is going to be hell to pay...and only cattle to pay it with....

Michael Lockridge said...

Festivus.

Jared said...

Saturnalia! (as opposed to Festivus)

Rita said...

"Once again, we come to the Holiday Season, a deeply religious time that each of us observes, in his own way, by going to the mall of his choice.