So just another brief rant about artificial holidays, but this one is definitely an artifact by marketers. The geek in me should rejoice in Star Wars Day, but the pragmatist just can’t achieve buy in. Too campy, too contrived.
Ill, I am. Sick, it makes me. (Channeling my inner Yoda)
Sweetest Day, Secretaries’ Day, and Grandparent’s Day were bad enough. Artificial celebrations created specifically to generate additional revenue. How many people took the day off work to do a movie marathon watching them all? Maybe 6 or 7?
You could make a similar argument for Pi Day in March, and you would be right. Except for the point Pie day is a once in a millennium occurrence. When the next one comes around, You, your children, grand children, and their descendants of several generations will have come and gone. I think there is no way NOT to celebrate such a rare event with at least a nod to its propriety.
And it continues tomorrow. I have to go out and get chips and salsa for the party tomorrow, though I still don’t understand.
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