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December 18, 2006

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Lukas

Here is the text to the 1942 Nazi propaganda film, in my (admittedly crappy) translation:

The homeland celebrates the fourth Christmas during the war, protected by a strong front.

Women artists and the wifes of artists (yeah, they really say that) prepare postal packets for the soldiers.

The school kids also pitch in enthusiastically when to make our front-line soldiers happy.

Nurses in a military hospital at the Channel coast prepare Christmas presents for the Eastern front.

The youngest ones craft a surprise for the father in the battlefield.

The night before Christmas (probably means the 23rd here, kids cheering up wounded soldiers) in a military hospital.

Christmas eve. The bells signal the beginning of Christmas celebrations. Their sound rings over land and sea to bring our soldiers at all fronts the greetings of the homeland.

ljp

Must be a real Protest Warrior Christmas, eh?

The Contrarian

Sheesh...the Nazis really gave new meaning to the whole War on Christmas™ imbroglio.

Will

Just to put things in perspective - during the war years, both the US and British Christmas season was also militarized, often to silly extremes. It was not just the Nazis. War does this...

Rix

Excellent.

This peak season of holidays there are a lot of Christmas shopper anywhere you go and anywhere they go just like other people they should come and go just like anywhere there else. The holidays are on the way, and everyone’s preparing for the special occasion and holiday shopping is the main focus. Black Friday has become a part of our family-holiday tradition. We wake up early; grab a latte at a local coffee stand, and head out to join the huge mob of holiday shoppers. However, this year will be a little bit different. We still plan on doing our annual shopping ritual, but we’ll probably skip the latte and enjoy a cup of homemade coffee instead. Plus, instead of spending our money at luxurious department stores, we plan to stretch our budget at far as possible and shop at decent places like Wal-Mart. There’s no denying that our budgets are much tighter this year. Nonetheless, we are still taking part in Black Friday because, like I said earlier, that trip is part of our holiday tradition. Although we may not be able to afford many of the things our hearts desire, we are approaching this season with a different attitude. This occasion is an opportunity to spend quality time as a family and make the best of what we are able to manage. I hope everybody takes the time to read this article, which has really shed the light on the true purpose of the holidays. Every smart shopper has a budget and a plan. Smart shoppers are also aware that fast payday loans are not designed for gifts, but for emergency situations only. I’m sure I won’t go overboard this year, but just in case, I know fast payday loans are there to help cover unforeseen financial mishaps.

Clinton McClung

Usually, I instantly delete spam messages, but this one was hilarious - especially when attached to this particular post! Of course, I deleted their stupid scam business links...

Carole

I hope you did not go to WalMart where the crowd killed that poor man.

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