Lets all agree to move on from this less relevant controversy and focus on the good during this wonderful time of year.
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It is always good to see Diane Keaton in a film and executive producing at that, but Love the Coopers simply misses. A yearning for saccharin sweetness permeates.
Christ hasn't been in Christmas for a long time. Most of what we know today as Christmas has nothing to do with Jesus. So when Starbucks decided to alter their holiday cup, it really was not a surprise to me at all.
'Twas two months before Christmas, and all thru the store, shoppers were bustling, and searching for more. All the shelving was stocked with ornaments and wreaths, stressed holiday shoppers, searched for fake plastic trees.
If you're someone of the Christian faith who found Starbucks' plain red cups upsetting, fear not: I've figured out what you can do in light of this controversy. I even broke it down into easy-to-follow steps
If you look hard enough, or just spend enough time on the internet, you can find a group of people who are upset over just about anything.
Whether it's for Diwali or for Christmas, why not put together your own fruit and treats platter for the upcoming feasts? It's all about how you prese...
Political correctness is not an actual problem, and it's certainly not a threat to Christians, Jews, Americans, Muslims or anyone else. It's a device that was made up to defend against threats to the status quo.
I've talked to a lot of people today and I've yet to run across any one person who is actually annoyed by the color of the Starbucks cups, but just in case you're out there quietly fuming, I have this list for you. Here are 20 things that should bug you more than the color of Starbucks' holiday cups.
Christmas asserts that a light has been born into the world to free God's people (all people) from the yoke of oppression and violence. You want to fight for Christmas? Cease to do evil, learn to do justice. Defend the orphan, welcome the stranger, plead the case of the widow.
We've got ISIS planting on bombs on planes, children being sold into sexual slavery, millions of Syrian refugees wondering where their next meal will come from and you're screaming about a cup? It's absurd.
Here's the thing about movements like #MerryChristmasStarbucks: it gets everyone in an uproar and talking and tweeting and patting themselves on the back for starting a movement which helps ... exactly no one.
If getting a picture with Santa is important to you, I'm going to put my psychotherapist hat on to give you these 10 suggestions for making your session go as smoothly as it can.
In a TMFS sketch, we have an exclusive interview with the guy who got really upset that his Starbucks coffee cup did not have "Christmas" on it.
During the holidays we often end up cooking and serving for 20, even if we are just 8 people having a Christmas lunch. It's the same procedure as every year: we cook and serve too much, we overfeed ourselves - and we overfeed our garbage cans.