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Rex Huppke: You're doing Christmas all wrong

'Tis the season to be judgmental, so let me say this: The way you decorate for Christmas is weird. I don't care for it and, frankly, I'm not sure what you were thinking.

You're likely asking what in the name of properly decked halls makes me the arbiter of Christmas decorating excellence. It's simple: The way I decorate for Christmas is perfect. If you disagree with that, you're wrong, and shame on you and your strangely decorated home for thinking otherwise.

I've been celebrating Christmas

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