14 December 2011

Newsflash: Humans thrive in generic settings and Christmas isn't religious

Two school bus drivers have been told they cannot decorate their school bus with stickers of snowflakes, ribbons and bows, elves and Santa, and [gasp].  "Seasonal" decorations are against company policy.  Because of the diversity of the students, the bus company likes "to keep it as generic as possible."

Ah, yes, humans always thrive in generic situations with little expression or differentiation.

Lest anyone claim the bus drivers are attempting to force their religion upon the students, one of the drivers explains: "This is totally not a religious thing. This is about Christmas."  The religious ignorance of our people is astounding, pathetic, and truly lamentable.

Capello tip to the Creative Minority Report.

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