I'm thinkin' rock climbing
I pay money to the tigers which they then use part of to pay city taxes.
Do I get a say?
Wasn't looking to start an argument. Just thought it was kinda cool some people take time out of their lives to maintain the area out of respect for what was once there and I wasn't aware that it opened the exact same day as fenway.
nobody hold birthday parties for dead people??? realy.. are you sure???
hmm dec 25... somebody was born. but hey.. he doesnt matter.. he is dead.. rightgeorge washington was dead.. no holiday for that guy???
I know i canada we still do.. we got a holiday called Victoria day.. and the quess had long since passed..
i think they should have done something for tiger stadium.. but then again.. i say tear down the white house.. it too is a old building.. and nothing happend there . just like tiger stadium
<<Do you buy Cake and Ice Cream? Besides he wasn't born then. Christians choose that date to conflict with a Pagan holiday to force people into the accepted religion.>>
Nope. We just give each other gifts. Families get together and have a good time, and all that. It's not a birthday party though. I would have to agree with you on this. While we recognize these birthdays, we don't tend to celebrate them with a birthday party.
I agree that that date of 12/25 was chosen, not so much as to conflict, but overtake, the pagan holiday. As no one is positive of the date, people often think that it is the correct day. It isn't. I lean more towards somewhere between September/October.