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    There is a point there. Some people simply can't complain about working holidays because of their profession. Police, fire and many areas of health care come to mind. Retail does not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wickabee View Post
    there is a point there. Some people simply can't complain about working holidays because of their profession. Police, fire and many areas of health care come to mind. Retail does not.
    this. ^^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wickabee View Post
    It'll get set back eventually. Remember Boxing day?

    Me neither.

    Wick: Americans don't have Boxing Day, they really don't. When I say Boxing Day down here people look at me like I;m an alien.

    It's a nothing day here, at home it's a Holiday.

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    It's really nothing here anymore either. Is it even a paid holiday?

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    I think it's a paid day off in Canada. Always has been in the past.

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    Well, the point was Boxing Day was a shopping day. Then there were line-ups the night before. Then boxing week became a thing. Now no one cares. Black Friday is on the same trajectory.

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