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December 18, 2013

IT'S THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR

A Salvation Army bell ringer claims she was assaulted by a woman for saying “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas” outside of a Walmart.

(Thanks to Bill Hudgins)

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"Appropriate Remark!"

It's the SALVATION Army, lady-- you think they're anti-Christ?

merry christmas, damn it!

Don't mention Kwanza!! I mentioned it once, but I think I got away with it.

- 'it's the slap happiest season of all
with those 'holiday' greetings
you may get a beating
- then maybe a brawl!!!
it's the slap happiest season of all'

Bet the perp was Bill O'Reilly in drag.

I refuse to have a happy holiday and you can't make me.

Dang it, Ms. Flukey, you beat me to it!

Slap someone until they agree with you. Yeahhhh, that works.

What a hypocriteChristian.

Ho Ho Oh.

" Whoop-de-doodle-ding-dong " is a wonderful alternative holiday greeting and should offend no one.

If only it was that flaccid azzwhipe O'Reilly , love to see him do a bit of lock-up
so he could meet his new jail-boyfriend jerome...

She must have gone inside to shop for coal.

To coin a phrase---"YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING ME!" If we could get the same energy behind critical thinking that the tea party has fueling stupidity, we could turn this thing around. My apologies if needed.

So holy days aren't Christian enough, but Santa Claus ringing a bell is?

It's amazing what offends people. Usually it's the other way around. You mention "Merry Christmas and someone is offended.That's why I enjoy my nativity scene on my lawn. Other areas it would offend someone

Oh, just never mind. I was going to post a long exposition along the lines of what if I decided to celebrate the battle of Fontenoy with a detailed scene of Maurice de Saxe ordering the Irish regiments forward against the Brigade of Guards on my lawn, but it's too early and too gray outside and insufficiently caffeinated. And my lawn isn't big enough anyway.

Of course, everyone here noticed Fox wishing its viewers "Happy Holidays" during O'Reilly's show proclaiming his victory in the War?

How the Brigade of Guards got on my lawn, I'll never know.

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