Do you not celebrate Christmas? If you do, what about the fact the birth of Jesus wasn't on Dec 25, but a unkown date (a specific date isn't mentioned in the bible) and his birth DATE was "invented" to correspond with the Pagan winter solstice (Yule) and Dies Natalis Solis Invicti (festival of Sol, the invincible sun god)? That St. Nicholas (Santa) was based on a pagan Nordic myth? I'm NOT talking to those who celebrate it because it's become a American (and other places) holiday, ONLY to those who say that Halloween is a "evil pagan" holiday (which it's not).
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Can you believe that it's already Halloween? This year has gone by so fast.