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Ole Miss Renames Christmas Event Because of Too Much Christianity [video]


Christmas.  It’s a wonderful time of year.  With the exception of the West Bank and the U.S. University system.  Case in point, we are not talking about Harvard, Yale or one of those Northeastern liberal hell holes.  No sir.  We’re talking about the heart of the Bible belt – Ole Miss.

In an effort to create a more inclusive environment, the University of Mississippi renamed its annual campus event “A Grand Ole Christmas” to “Hotty Toddy Holiday.”

For more than six years, the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) has celebrated the start of the Christmas season with a festive event called “A Grand Ole Christmas.” This year, however, the event was renamed “Hotty Toddy Holiday” in an effort to be more inclusive.

They will, of course be renaming Ramadan something clever next year.

Can you imagine, too much Christianity at Christmas? How about we keep “Christ in Christmas”.


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