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It is the day Christ was born and he died for our sins. If you don't believe this, then it's just a day people have blown way out of prospective and that's where the whole Santa and his reindeer thing comes from and so yeah. It's pretty pointless for the gifts and what not if you don't believe in Santa Clause.
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