Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Why We Fight


"30,000 retards, idiots, consumer whores, and knuckledraggers push and shove their way into the Boise Town Square mall for 10% off over priced T-shirts." Thanks to ELB for the tip.

7 Comments:

At 4:00 AM, December 10, 2007, Blogger Juste said...

Hallo, this is a journalist from Lithuanian Public Radio. I'm preparing a radio feature about different views to Christmas. I'm interested in your blog Christmas Resistance Movement. I would like to have a short phone interview about this. I'd be grateful if you contact me by email jusmit@lrt.lt

 
At 10:51 PM, December 23, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

greetings from Australia,we boycott xmas and it makes me sick to see hoards of ppl in a consumerist frenzy and orgy of capitalistic desires

 
At 11:50 AM, December 24, 2007, Blogger podcastpaul said...

Fantastic that you're standing up against capitalism and that you're not just being miserable.

Can I suggest you point your readers at www.swazitc.org a brilliant AIDS orphanage charity? I can vouch for them as I've been twice.

The kids at the orphanage have come from no possessions at all. Some of the children didn't possess shoes, and the guys who take the kids in have given up their careers and families back home. That's the true spirit of Christmas.

 
At 12:40 PM, April 23, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

you stuck up prick mother fucking ass holes bitch fucking gay homo get a life you athiest ass hgoles

 
At 12:52 PM, April 23, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi it's Anonymous again..Im sorry to say that I posedt that comment earlier. I read your views. and they are quite FUCkING GAY.
Christamas honors jesus and awesomness.

 
At 2:56 PM, November 23, 2008, Anonymous toxicsonic said...

FUNNY ANTI-XMAS VIDEO HERE :
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7b80k_toxic-sonic-cant-stand-xmas_music

 
At 10:31 PM, December 24, 2008, Anonymous Kayla. said...

Hey,
I completely agree with some of your ideas. Christmas is usually completely consumer driven, stupid, and worry full.
But, it's also known as a time of giving.
I'd just like to throw this idea out there that my family did this year, instead of everyone wasting their money on expensive products, we bought each other presents at thrift store or we made them ourselves.
You don't need to be a complete scrooge.

-kayla.

 

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