by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2013/11/28 16:02 +01:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2013/11/28/10471440.aspx
Nothing technical whatsoever...
Do you want to hate Chanukah?
All you have to do is be somewhat intellectual and then be either a Jew or a Christian.
This would allow you to learn the lesson taught in my blog from long ago Happy ____________ (fill in the blank whatever you celebrate this time of year).
You will be cured of feeling the joy of the holiday season in no time!
Do you want to hate Thanksgiving?
That is admittedly a little more work.
The easiest way is to be Native American.
And if you aren't, then you could simply take the time to find oneself in a serious relationship with someone who is Native American.
That is pretty much all it will take.
I will not spend a bunch of space in this blog explaining why such a (relatively) easy step is all it takes to ruin Thanksgiving.
Either you understand why it would have this effect or you don't.
It shouldn't be too hard to guess why it would have this effect if you think about it.
Now it doesn't happen often, the way these two holidays take place together at the end of November like they do this year.
But it makes for a disappointing time of year, let me tell you!!!! 😒😒😒😒😒😒
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