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Cookies are a Christmas tradition

November 28, 2012

The acceleration of the Christmas season is annoying, from the retailers who can’t wait until Halloween is over to start dragging out the red and green decorations to the radio stations that switch......

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imback2cu

Jan-05-13 7:56 AM

Yes. Once upon a time we could afford cookies for the CHRISTMAS season. It was a big deal for the whole family. Fun. Tradition. Fellowship. Now I can't afford the ingredients. Thank you Obuttma's for less pay and inflation. A fine way to get Americans thin. It would cost over 150 dollars to bake the way I used to at today's prices. We could not afford gifts either. FUN IN AMERICA! Why can't I sue this government for destroying my life; stealing my freedom and any pursuit of happiness there could possibly be in this sick country. No baking! Keep taking away the things I love and you will see hate. "They" threw my husband out of GM because he wasn't diverse enough=don't worry..all you diverse people will have your turn. I did notice the people on assistance that were able to not only go to Florida but buy gifts, make pumpkin bread and cookies, get a tummy tuck, have two cell phones,a big screen TV, cable, all the gasoline they need. We work and don't have any of the above. **

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