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‘Tis the Season

Written by Nickel - 3 Comments

It must be time to start thinking about the holidays again… I was passing through a drug store last week and not only was it decked out with Christmas decorations, but they also had Christmas carols blaring in the aisles in place of the usual Muzak. Whatever happened to the good old days when Thanksgiving weekend marked the beginning of the holiday season?

Published on November 14th, 2005 - 3 Comments
Filed under: Miscellany

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3 Responses to “‘Tis the Season”

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    Blaine Moore Says:

    They can make more money by starting earlier? I don’t think that Thanksgiving is a huge cash cow for that sort of thing, so they try to get people into the “Christmas spirit” earlier.

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    nickel Says:

    At least Halloween is a big money maker, so they won’t try to push it up an earlier than the beginning of November.

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    SavingAdvice Says:

    At least Halloween is a big money maker, so they won’t try to push it up an earlier than the beginning of November.

    Well, let’s at least hope that never happens – but I wouldn’t bet against it

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