The X in XMAS is not an English "X" which we would normally use to signify that something is missing or to cross something out that is offensive.
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Halloween can be a pretty divisive topic. Not too long ago, it seemed quite benign – “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!”, costume parties, and trick-or-treating door to door were on the agenda, with usually no harm involved. But things have changed over the years. People have changed, attitudes…
There it was, looking back at you from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. The response you felt probably fell one of three ways: indifference (click delete), annoyance (click delete and complain), or excitement (press play and turn it up). On September 9th, the music group U2 released a new album called “Songs of Innocence”. In a historic…
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