Leonard152 Wrote:
Dec 02, 2012 12:33 AM
"Now that Christmas and Easter have been expunged from public schools and the public square and the popular culture has been thoroughly de-Christianized, we Americans seem to have but one holy day of obligation that brings us all together: Super Bowl Sunday." An even more significant and exciting holiday has been added in the past few years: "Black Friday". This holiday, initially confined to the day after Thanksgiving, now extends to "Cyber Monday", which this year has been extended for a week, and in future years is sure to run between Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day, if not beyond. These shopping holidays seem to be the only way retailers can capture enough business to keep from shutting down. But then, all of our holidays and holy da