Merry Christmas!

Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Extra Point, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. Extra Point

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    Merry Christmas everybody! I hope you have a blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    My cards are sent and my presents are wrapped. Tomorrow I'll go cruising and looking at Christmas lights.

    I've been listening to Christmas carols. Some of my favorites are God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Ave Maria, Silent Night and Hark the Herald Angels Sing.

    I've got some Christmas movies lined up to watch during the season. Two on my list are It's A Wonderful Life and A Christmas Story.

    I can't wait for Christmas day!

    :smiley::pray2::bigsmile::arms::cheesy::clap2::happy:
     
  2. TBProdigy

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    While I can imagine some of the more cynical minds on this site devalue Christmas to a corporation creation. Lets enjoy Christmas for what it is, an opportunity to spend time with loved ones, enjoy traditions and a rare opportunity to see family members living in foreign countries returning.

    My family has grew a little further apart for the last few years due to a couple of years and I'm going to make a point to tell them that everyone needs to make a better effort to keep in contact
     
  3. Extra Point

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    Yes, Christmas has some great traditions and we should keep them going and pass them onto our children.

    The Cultural Marxists work to destroy families, especially white families. Just see the propaganda that shows families bickering during Christmas. Families usually get along just fine, especially at Christmas time.

    Christmas is, indeed, a good time for families to come together. Christmas cards are a good way to connect with family that you don't see often. A Christmas phone call is a good idea too.
     
  4. DixieDestroyer

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    I've a great deal of disdain for the gross commercialization (& ensuing coveteousness) of Christmas in Amerika 2.0. It sickens me to a large degree. >:-(

    That being said, we honor & celebrate the birth of our Savior during this time (although he was likely born in September). I'd like to wish all y'all folks a safe, happy & blessed CHRISTmas! :)
     
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    Although he didn't seemt to like much of anything, I can remember my Dad quite liked that little drummer boy song. Christmas had much more magic when I was a kid, but a well decorated Christmas tree showing a window brings back some of the old sentiments.

    It occurred to me the other day that the dividing line between the America I still had hope for and the doomed America I no longer feel a part of.

    The nation I still cared about and had hopes for I would call Merry Christmas America.

    The thing I feel growing disdain and alienation from l would call Happy Hollidays America.
     
  6. jaxvid

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    The Christmas season is a chance for the marxycultists to milk the memories of America 1.0. What other reason can there be for music stations to play songs sung by baritone voiced White males and show movies that preach old fashioned values of family and faith.
    Anything to make a buck. It's all window dressing to help fuel the consumer junk economy and make sure amerikans fill up on chinese crap.

    What could be more phoney then for a secular anti-Christian media to fill the airwaves with celebrations of the birth of Christ. Sure they mix in as much cultural marxism as they can squeeze in without turning off the sheeple but in the end the bottom line is profits.
     
  7. werewolf

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    The Jews have pretty much managed to outlaw Christmas in the USSA

    This used to be such a festive and gay -and I'm not conceding the theft of that unique and valuable word from our language by the sex perverts! - time of the year, but now there is barely a sign of it. The public library has a Chanukah display but nothing for Christmas. Chanukah is one of the most minor holidays in the year for less than 2% of the population. It celebrates some bull**** about magic oil. They also celebrate it in the White House and have a gigantic menorah up front just to show who's really running the show. Another bit of BS gets top billing over Christmas too, something they call Kwanza which was invented by a negro ex-con FBI informant in the 1960's, a holiday for blacks only that even blacks don't celebrate. Nevertheless it too gets top billing over Christmas in the USSA. Christmas does get 4th billing though, right after Chanukah, Kwanza, and Holiday.
     
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    The giant White House menorrah, in honor one of the most minor holidays in the year for less than 2% of the population, in celebration of some magic lamp oil that burned longer than it said it would on the package.
     
  9. frederic38

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    when i was in school we used to do something for christmas ("noel" in france) but now it's called winter solstice, "solsitce d'hiver", because any reference to christmas is forbidden
    i'm not religious but this is tradition, and it was the best memories of my life as a kid
     
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    They Christians used to say "Don't take Christ out of Christmas", but now the Jews have taken Christmas out of Christmas. Happy f'ing Xhanukah. Celebrate that magic long burning money-saving discount store lamp oil!
     
  11. Menelik

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    :pray2:Merry Christmas to all!:pray2:
     
  12. jaxvid

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    Happy End of the World Day!!!!
     
  13. werewolf

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    The day's not over yet.

    :hat:
     
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    Happy End of the World Day!!!!
     
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    OK, thank you. Happy Kwanza!
     
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    Since there are no jews on this site that I know of..ummmm Happy Chewbacca. I think thats that 8 day festival of lights.
     
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    Happy Chewbacca !

    Hey White Defensive Back --

    Thank You for the new Holiday! Of course ... Happy Chewbacca! The Festival of Light Sticks! Makes me laugh too hard my sides hurt!

    Happy Chewbacca!
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  18. Extra Point

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    Merry Christmas! I've been out looking at lights several times this year. The displays are beautiful!

    I've seen many houses and a park where all the trees were decorated with lights. Amazing stuff!

    It took hundreds of years of science and invention to reach this level of technology. We can thank white men and their helpers, white women, for the modern world and most of the technology of the modern world!

    Men such as Michael Faraday and Thomas Edison would be proud to see the fruits of their labors.

    If you haven't done so already get yourself a cup of hot cocoa and take a drive to see all the Christmas lights! Bring family members and friends! It's a good time for all!
     
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    Merry Christmas to all at this site!
     
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    I see absolutely zero public displays (as opposed to some at private houses) out here. If people don't know, or have forgotten, how pretty Christmas used to be they can look at old movies and see how it was, and the old radio and tv shows too. Google "Christmas in Tokyo" and see how pretty it is in a non-C̶h̶r̶i̶s̶t̶i̶a̶n̶ Jewish country.

    Even in China.

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    Christmas in Beijing
     
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  21. Tom Iron

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    MERRY CHRISTMAS Gentlemen.

    Tom Iron...
     
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    Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ: Luke 2;11

    MERRY CHRISTMAS, to all on CF!
     
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    Merry Christmas lads!

    All the Best!
     
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    Merry Christmas!
     
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    Merry Christmas to all CFers, and let's make 2013 a memorable year for the Cause!
     

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