Tuesday, December 17, 2013

K.O. For Holiday Greet!

The War On Christmas.

Loserville hosts its annual War on Christmas segments. From mid-November to Christmas, the news readers and conservative agitators on the network find a part of America where the holiday is under attack from secular activists who want to Christ out of the holiday.

Bill-O, That Guy Who Helped Obama Win, Megyn The Outrage Princess, and the Bow Tied Manchild have covered the war from the frontlines of the studios of Loserville, hoping for an ultimate victory against the axis of Atheism.

The service industry urges its workers to avoid saying Merry Christmas because it may offend non-Christian buyers. They believe that every holiday is equally acceptable. When you think about Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and New Year's Day, it's too many holidays.

Holidays that are often busy shopping days for retail and hospitality services. The service industry is a beast.

Shoppers who have economic woes and also a strong detest to being wrong have become the norm of the service industry. I don't say the customer is ALWAYS right. The customer is entitled to it. Regardless of how wrong the shopper is, management is willing to save the sale if they satisfy the customer.

Being a fateful watcher of Loserville could be a problem for the woman who punched a Salvation Army bell ringer in the arm for saying Happy Holidays to her.

Kristina Vindiola told KNXV that she was collecting donations outside a Walmart in Phoenix and chose the wrong greeting for one woman.
Kristina Vindiola assaulted for saying "Happy Holidays" (WMAR)
Kristina Vindiola was hit by an angry shopper after she said "Happy Holidays" to her.
“The lady looked at me,” Vindiola recalled. “I thought she was going to put money in the kettle. She came up to me and said, ‘Do you believe in God?’ And she says, ‘You’re supposed to say Merry Christmas,’ and that’s when she hit me.”

Vindiola said that she notified Walmart managers that the woman had hit her in the arm, and the police were notified.

“She should’ve just been happy I said ‘Happy Holidays,’ but I got hit because I didn’t say ‘Merry Christmas,’” she pointed out.

After reviewing Walmart surveillance video, Phoenix determined that there was not enough evidence to arrest the suspect. Vindiola is considering taking legal action against the woman.

The Raw Story covers this controversy. It's probably the latest things that comes from the social networks.

When people are obsessed with their hatred of President Barack Obama and devoted followers of conservative media, you would expect this. Luckily this person didn't pull a gun out and shot the young woman.

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