Anna Gregoline | December 9, 2003
How does everyone feel about Christmas?

Jackie Mason | December 9, 2003
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Lori Lancaster | December 9, 2003
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Anna Gregoline | December 9, 2003
I hate being specific, it limits the answers that people give.

I, myself, am I a bit tired of Xmas. It's too busy, I can't afford the gifts, and I always end up just looking forward to getting it over with and starting the new year.

Scott Hardie | December 10, 2003
Christmas never seemed like a religious holiday to me when I was growing up because my family didn't practice religion. The holiday was just as secular as Thanksgiving or Independence Day. (What made Easter religious to me, I guess, was that my family ignored it while others celebrated it.) I still enjoy Christmas very much, however. It combines two of the best elements of other special days, the gift-giving of a birthday with the stuffing-your-face of Thanksgiving. Just between you and me, I kind of hope I don't marry a Christian woman who has to go and make Christmas all religious on me. ;-)

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