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I Bought Jesus Some New Slippers For His Birthday.

Considering 2.1 billion people in the world identify themselves as Christians -- in America alone there are 151 million Christians, a group comprising 76.5 % of the total U.S. population, -- I'd like to take this time to wish each and every one of you a Merry Christmas.

Forget Hanukkah, Ramadan, Diwali, and that phony-baloney holiday invented by a convicted felon, Kwanzaa.

The population of New York City is larger than the total population of all other religious groups in America combined. When you other guys show up with the sheer numbers then we’ll talk about incorporating you into the culture, but until then, majority rules, at least in the States.

In the meantime, Merry Christmas, and if you don’t like it, go move to Russia.


Comments

Moni said…
Merry Christmas to you too Valannin. You're a good person, no matter what anybody else says. hehe! :P May you also have a wonderful New Year.

((((Hugs))))
Anonymous said…
...that phony-baloney holiday invented by a convicted felon, Kwanzaa.

Jesus Christ was a convicted felon.
Valannin said…
Touche. But he never stuck a soldering iron in a woman's mouth or whipped a girl with an extension cord.

Ron Karenga did.

Happy Kwanzaa, sheep.

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