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#300 - anon
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(12/10/2012) [-]
Hey this reminds me of Belgium. The country where being Belgian is considered racist.
#284 - karvarausku
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(12/10/2012) [-]
Joulu oli keksitty jo ennen jeesusta...
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#234 - anon
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Um, Christmas trees have nothing to do with religion, as a Christan you don't seem to even know much about your own religion?

Also no one gives a ****, the war on Christmas is fake.
#243 to #234 - anon
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Christmas isn't a real christian holiday, Jesus was born in September, a Pegan god was born in december and thus the Pegans had a festival to celebrate, but when the christian church brought the Pegans in the needed to allow them to celebrate their festival so they gave them a christian reason, giving gifts was started by a german saint that had nothing to do with religion, same with the tree
#211 - lazypaul
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(12/10/2012) [-]
Inb4 'hurr durr its not a christian symbol its a (insert old religion) symbol'. In this context it is.
#215 to #211 - anon
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Christmas Trees: associated with Christmas, but not a religious symbol.

There is a difference, and it matters. Learn it.
#146 - anon
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the Christmas tree isn't even a Christian symbol anymore, it's associated more with a large man in red and white than the Christ. The tree is a symbol of gift-giving, holiday insanity, and people you're related to coming for unwanted but traditionally required visits, and that's about it.
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#118 to #111 - anon
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***** you is too late
#107 - anon
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BUut if Christmas is not originated from Christianity but rather a pagan religion/ceremony, why would atheists still celebrate it? Why? Why? Because, let say, if a Christian fellow inviting the atheist friend to come to church, not to participate but rather as a guest, then it will be called as imposing our believe unto yours. Let say, if a religious person saying "God exists and you are going to hell.", it will be called as imposing our believe unto yours, but at the same time you celebrated a pagan/extinct religion's ceremonies or in other words, other people's believe/faith. My words actually if you don't believe in faith, do not celebrate it, christmas, easter, whatever it is as long as it still related to other's faith including the extinct.
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#63 - bec
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Is it just me or is the outrage over political correctness disproportionate to the problem? I very, very rarely come across people like the girl in the comic - but every single day (unless I turn off my computer) I see people saying "OMG society is WAY too politically correct!!!"
#39 - blademontane
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(12/10/2012) [-]
Anytime anyone says that they are offended by it, I just start shouting at them about how offended I am at them being offended.
#18 - lolollo
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(12/10/2012) [-]
In every single scripted situation where one person argues against someone who's obviously the loser in the argument, it always ends with the loser backing down (hence why they're obviously the loser).

In the real world, both sides would just keep screaming at each other and it would just be one big ******** of ignorance.
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#30 - ThatsSoFunnyHeHe
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>You guys actually believe the "War on Christmas" ********

Lol, turn off Fox News.
#13 - snoppkaka
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(12/10/2012) [-]
gonna go ahead and thumb this down. Not because I disagree with you, in fact I agree with the guy in the comic. But because it's obvious already, and it's not funny.
#138 - warrenzthehero
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(12/10/2012) [-]
What makes me angry is not when people are offended like so above, because that's somewhat understandable. Does it get out of hand? Yes. Does it makes sense? Some.

What makes me mad is the reverse of yon derpette, the Christians that get offended at the offense of Atheists and Jews and the like. The ones that think Christmas is under attack. Those idiots.
#94 - cullenatorguy
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(12/10/2012) [-]
Well where is the tree? If it's in his house, **** the chick; if it's in a public office, **** OP.
#36 - comstockload
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I was born a Christian, became an atheist, and married a Muslim. I like Christmas and could care less whether people say "Merry Christmas," "Happy Holidays," or "Happy Festivus."   
   
To all the Christians out there that think atheists are our kill religion: we're not. Also, please don't pull out straw-man arguments like this.   
   
To all my atheist brethren out there that are butt-hurt over private Christmas tree displays: get over yourselves. The Supreme Court ruled 20+ years ago that Christmas trees are not considered religious iconography. If you want something to focus your energies on, let's get rid of the term "In God we trust" from our money and Pledge of Allegiance.   
   
To my Muslim family and friends: Allahu Akbar!
I was born a Christian, became an atheist, and married a Muslim. I like Christmas and could care less whether people say "Merry Christmas," "Happy Holidays," or "Happy Festivus."

To all the Christians out there that think atheists are our kill religion: we're not. Also, please don't pull out straw-man arguments like this.

To all my atheist brethren out there that are butt-hurt over private Christmas tree displays: get over yourselves. The Supreme Court ruled 20+ years ago that Christmas trees are not considered religious iconography. If you want something to focus your energies on, let's get rid of the term "In God we trust" from our money and Pledge of Allegiance.

To my Muslim family and friends: Allahu Akbar!