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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jwhite4304, Dec 25, 2009.

  1. jwhite4304

    jwhite4304 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Merry Christmas to Eris owners and those who want to be. May this be a very happy time in your life.

    Jimbo
     


  2. esn

    esn Android Enthusiast

    Merry christmas to all!
     
  3. bcltoys

    bcltoys Android Enthusiast

    Hey we have to be politically correct Happy holidays and a Merry Christmas.
     
  4. johnLEE

    johnLEE Member

    happy holidays all!
     
  5. thelion

    thelion Member

    I don't recall seeing a Happy Chanuka thread... or Merry Eid Al-Adha... or Joyous Solstice.

    It isn't about being PC, it is about understanding that not everyone celebrates the same way.

    Anyway, Happy Holidays to all of you.
     
  6. hrbib21

    hrbib21 Android Expert

    Merry Christmas. December 25 is about Christmas, not "holiday".
     
  7. Slash X

    Slash X Newbie

    Merry Christmas also to everyone --
     
  8. jwood333

    jwood333 Newbie

    Merry Christmas!
     
  9. antnyp85

    antnyp85 Well-Known Member

    Merry Christmas!! :) Wishing everyone a Happy Holidays and best wishes for the New Year!!!
     
  10. cap10mark

    cap10mark Member

    Could not say it any better! Merry Christmas!
     
  11. mmanuel552

    mmanuel552 Newbie

    Merry Christmas Everyone
     
  12. thelion

    thelion Member

    Actually it is about the Catholic Church attempting to keep the peace and prevent the "heathens" from revolting. They stole the day. In all reality, Jesus was probably born in March.

    And again, I don't recall any of the other holidays being celebrated here.
     
  13. kokiangel

    kokiangel Android Expert

    I say Merry Christmas to celebrate my faith. You say whatever you say to express your faith. We all are happy then. We all are celebrating our individual cultures and beliefs this season. No need to lump them together into a generic non-religious mass in an effort to "please everyone". Merry Christmas and may your new year be great!:eek:
     
  14. SuperStuff

    SuperStuff Member

    Thanks people. It was a good day.
     
  15. thelion

    thelion Member

    So...then you are merely a consumerist? Because you do know that Christmas has nothing to do with Jesus...right? I mean you do know he wasn't born on 12/25...don't you? And he didn't have a tree covered in pretty balls and tinsel. Nor was there a big fat man and reindeer. And he was the only one that got presents...when he was born. Which was not in December.

    Just saying...
     
  16. Ruben

    Ruben Android Expert

    I guess next year it would just be safe to keep religion not mixed with technology. After all, we are here because of the eris; not personal beliefs. However, everyone have a good one.
     
  17. kokiangel

    kokiangel Android Expert

    You really don't get it do you Ruben? It isn't about consumerism or exactly when Jesus was born or being politically correct. At some point in history our forebears chose this date to celebrate the birth of Christ. I don't personally care about their motives for choosing this particular date. All I care about is celebrating His birth. Just like I celebrate my sister's birth every year on December 9th. She wasn't born on that day either but that is the day that my family celebrates her birth. The key word here is CELEBRATE. Long story there about my sister and a side track you don't need to hear about. Hope you had a good day yesterday anyway no matter what religion you chose to celebrate or if you chose not to celebrate at all.
     
  18. Ruben

    Ruben Android Expert

    I apologize, kokiangel. if I offended you. I that what I said may have been out-of-line.
     
  19. thelion

    thelion Member

    The Catholic Church chose it as a way to steal the faith of the Pagans. Nothing about how we celebrate this holiday has anything to do with religion. Nothing. Not even church services which actually suggest he was born in winter!

    And yeah, I celebrate Christmas. I celebrate it for what it is - a consumerist holiday and a Pagan tradition. But I also set aside a day in March to celebrate the *real* Christmas.

    I find it sad that you are so offended that someone challenged the idea of your holiday. Perhaps you should consider why that is.
     

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The HTC Droid Eris release date was November 2009. Features and Specs include a 3.2" inch screen, 5MP camera, 288GB RAM, MSM7600 processor, and 1300mAh battery.

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