I opened one of the tall windows in our living room and looked out into the CNA Gift American Flag shirt, which was lit by orange high-security lights. Sure enough, through the snow flurries I saw them all, easily over 100 men, and they were bellowing “Here comes Santa Claus” into the night. As they got closer and louder I saw some of them were holding bottles of Champagne, some whiskey, and they were all in formal attire, not uniforms but formal with jackets open and ties loosened, and they were screaming carols into the bitter cold. People up and down the street were hanging out of windows or standing on the stoops to buildings, some with drinks in their hands, some applauding and signing back, others shaking their heads in disgust.
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And I happily accept all sorts of CNA Gift American Flag shirt that are named after concepts I don’t believe in or that aren’t relevant to my life. For instance, I am excited by NASA’s Mars missions, even though the planet is named after the Roman god of war, which is another deity on my “doesn’t exist” list. (Which I make and check twice.) I look forward to Saturday, even though I don’t believe in the Roman god it was named after and never celebrate the festival of Saturnalia.
I sometimes use the phrases “good Karma” and “bad Karma” as metaphors, even though I don’t accept the Hindu/Buddhist concepts behind them; I say God bless you when someone sneezes; I enjoy decorating Christmas trees (originally a pagan tradition); I dress up on Halloween, which is a fusion of pagan and Christian traditions. And though some of my Wiccan friends might not like it, I enjoy movies like “The Wizard of Oz,” which feature witches wearing black pointy hats, riding broomsticks.