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11-20-2011 @ 11:24AM
At no point did I suggest it was a 'them and us', mearly that this is a very specific culture based theme that I find hard to identify with. Oktoberfest is celabrated is many contries after its beginnings in Germany, most countries across Europe and Cities in America have beer halls for this. Same with Chinese new year, with the expantion and mass migration of the Chinese people across the centuries have led most cultures to accept and acknowledge this period, hell, most of Europe used a Lunar calendar before the gregorian one we use today. And thawedtheorc, of course it wasn't an American citzen that started it, as pilgrims, they were English, 'America' didn't exist at the time. So again, I will not be taking part in this for my first reasons; I don't identify with it, I don't care about it and i'd like to add a 3rd - Skyrim.
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