In my area, residents were up in arms over the disappearance of Holiday trees from local Walmart stores. The rumor was that Walmart removed the trees because "someone had complained about them." Local radio stations were flooded with calls from outraged citizens complaining about the missing trees and suggesting other ways of offending non-Christians with other religious scenes (really?!). I wonder how long it took them to wipe the egg off of their faces when they learned that the trees were removed because Walmart donated the trees earlier than usual this year so that the recipients had more time to enjoy them. Yet another case of unnecessary outrage over a non-offense. . .Answer Question
Faux outrage seems to be running rampant this holiday season.........................................
Answer by pixie_trix at 6:06 PM on Dec. 2, 2010
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Answer by kerp1960 at 6:10 PM on Dec. 2, 2010
disappearance of Holiday Christmas trees
Just thought I'd clear that up .... in case you haven't gotten the memo, atheists do actually celebrate "Christmas."
Answer by charlotsomtimes at 6:10 PM on Dec. 2, 2010
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