Wed Nov 30 10:05:25 EST 2011
Yes, it IS the war on Hanukkah, and it's just as annoying to some
Christians, too, who observe . . . ADVENT. Christmas doesn't actually
begin until Christmas Day, and it continues (remember the song?) for
the next eleven days.
For many people, however, the Christmas decorations all come down on
the 26th. Not to mention the fact that we have to put up with hearing
Christmas carols played incessantly for nearly two months ahead of time.
On Tue, 22 Nov 2011 09:42:57 -0800, Linc Reed-Nickerson
On 11/11/2011 2:01 PM, Donna Halper wrote:
> > On 11/11/2011 4:33 PM, Kevin Vahey wrote:
> >> WODS has flipped to holiday -
> > The war on Hanukkah continues! Is it my imagination, or are
> stations > and retail stores flipping to Christmas music earlier and
> Delilah regular fed flipped to Christmas on 11/1, with the option of
> taking a different feed of Delilah Gold. We flipped to Delilah Gold,
> and won't flip to Delilah All Christmas until December.
> No Christmas on our AM feed of DG's True County, yet. We'll add
> Christmas to the home grown FM Classic Rock about a song an hour on
> the day after Thanksgiving, and will increase the mix 2 weeks before
> the holiday!
> In Harney County, Oregon "More Mormon Than Idaho" most folks object
> to bringing on Christmas music too early, seeing it as the
> commercialization of Christmas.
> Another fact about Harney County, we're three men short of a minyan!
> "I'm Spending Hanukkah in Santa Monica!"
> Linc KBNH and KORC
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