Not trying to be controversial here but I'd like to hear your opinions. Lately I have gotten emails, facebook messages, and even comments from real live people (something unique in this world) about saying "Merry Christmas." Most of these are finding fault with,saying "Happy Holidays instead of "Merry Christmas ." They have suggested saying to people, "Which holidays do you mean?" or refusing to shop at stores that say Happy Holidays instead of Merry Christmas. To me that is nit-picky and even a little un-Christian. We live in a diverse world. There are other holidays that are celebrated at this time of year. If you choose to say to me "Happy HOlidays," "Happy Hanukkah," Peaceful Ramidan," Happy Festivus," Happy Kwanzaa," "Happy New Year," "Wonderful Winter," or anything else in that vein, I will take it in the spirit is was offered and be glad you said that instead of "F*** Off." I am a Christian but I firmly believe that, although we should be glad to witness our faith, it is not OK to shove it down other people's throats. I don't really see what is wrong with Happy Holidays. I would definitely object if somebody told me I couldn't say "Merry Christmas" but isn't it just as bad to tell people they have to say that if they don't want to? Why are people so dogmatic and unreasonable?