Mondo Diablo Episode 362: Christmas Origins Part 2

We continue this new (to me) documentary on Christmas origins and traditions.

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    Well, here it is, finally! Welcome back to the Atheist’s Christmas Podcast! I’m The Atheist, and this is my podcast! Enjoy another documentary—part one of The Origins of Christmas, along with some delicious Nutcracker variations.

    —Huffduffed by HellboundAlleee one year ago

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    My listeners are edumacated.

    —Huffduffed by HellboundAlleee 3 years ago