Smlboo pumpkin pie thanksgiving shirt, unisex long sleeve
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
The real question is when do we stop? It is off the radio the day after Christmas. To me this means it shouldn’t be on the radio til the day before. Every year I am like,” Smlboo pumpkin pie thanksgiving Come on, keep the carols on till New Years Day when I am putting the tree away.”
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We should celebrate family, love, happiness, generosity all year round, Christmas music reminds me of that so yep. I listen after Halloween. I’m kinda bummed I haven’t found a radio station playing it yet. Smlboo pumpkin pie thanksgiving Any time of year is fine in the privacy of your own home. It’s wrong when big corporate radio stations start broadcasting Christmas music as soon as Halloween is over.
I have no problem with the occasional Christmas song tossed in with the other music through November, or even the increasing frequency of those songs as we progress through the months toward Christmas. But, seriously? Non-stop carols starting the day after Halloween for public airing (i.e., stores, radio stations) is too much. There’s only so many Christmas songs, with a thousand covers each, and after the 30th highly stylized rendition of Jingle Bells it gets old.
If someone wants to start playing Christmas music in their homes and cars, I say more power to them. But almost two months of minor tweeks to the exact same double handful of songs is excessive to most. And for the love, there are other holidays this time of year. Would it absolutely kill public broadcasts to dedicate some airtime to them as well? Shocking as it seems, not everyone (not even all Christians) celebrate Christmas!
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