Gentilly Girl- a part of the 99%

December 6, 2007

Does Size Matter at Christmas?

Filed under: Aside,New Orleans — Tags: — Morwen Madrigal @ 12:35 am

I refuse to use the term Christmas for this time of year. I prefer the Season of Lights because many cultures celebrate during this time of year, especially those folk derived from the Northern Hemisphere. I play the game for many festivities, but Yule is the only thing sacred to me. Yule is my time to remember certain things and see things that have real meaning in my life.

This poop over “public displays” always bores me, but I’m always open to new stupidities.
Now, coming out of Long Island, NY is one of the most obscene stories on this topic for a very long time: The Jewish folk have a bigger Menorah than the Christmas tree. (The Xtians see this as a diss at Christianity… I’m just seeing it as they were cheap and didn’t provide the funding.)

The celebrations of Mid-Winter are personal and sacred… don’t intrude upon the beliefs of others.

‘Nuff said, and have a wonderful holiday season.


  1. Heh. The X-tians. That’s a new one for me and I love it. (But I thought we were the X-tians because of all those Xs on our houses. My 2005 X-mas card was a play on that.

    Comment by LIsaPal — December 6, 2007 @ 4:10 am

  2. In this case size doesn’t matter. What a bunch of whiners.

    Comment by charlotte — December 6, 2007 @ 6:20 pm

  3. Hah! There’s soooo many ways the “my symbol is bigger than your symbol” can be snarkily commented on. I will only say this: Jesus Saves, Moses Invests. 8-)

    Happy hollerdays!

    Comment by liprap — December 7, 2007 @ 11:31 am

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