…including a “Festivus” display honoring a faux holiday popularized by TV comedian Jerry Seinfeld.
According to the online reference Wikipedia, Festivus is an annual holiday invented by writer Dan O’Keefe and introduced into popular culture by his son Daniel, a scriptwriter for the TV show Seinfeld.
Most people now celebrate the holiday on Dec. 23, as depicted on the December 18, 1997, Seinfeld episode “The Strike.”
The holiday includes novel practices such as the “Airing of Grievances”, in which each person tells everyone else all the ways they have disappointed him or her over the past year.
Well there you go folks.. relativism at its best (or worse).
Let’s all stand beneath the Festivus Pole and honor the all powerful screenwriter.