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October 4, 2013
The reason for the fuss: It is a holiday mashup that has happened only once before—in 1888—according to those who track the Jewish calendar. And it is one that isn’t set to happen again for potentially another 70,000-plus years.
In 2013, Thanksgiving and the First Day of Hanukkah Fall on Same Date - WSJ.com (via rubenfeld)

Fascinating.

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9:10 // 10 months ago
October 6, 2012
Jon Stewart on the “War on Christmas”: “If you think that Christmas isn’t celebrated in this country, walk a mile in Hanukkah’s shoes.”

Jon Stewart on the “War on Christmas”: “If you think that Christmas isn’t celebrated in this country, walk a mile in Hanukkah’s shoes.”

20:54 // 1 year ago
December 21, 2011
12:20 // 2 years ago