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A Very Merry Un-Christmas to You
By JESSICA BRUDER DEC. 23, 2011
It wasn’t Christmas, per se, but why should that matter? My sister and I are what we call “cashews” (half Catholic, half Jewish), with few spiritual allegiances apart from family and food.
Folks like us are a tiny minority, according to a Gallup/USA Today poll conducted Dec. 10 to 12, 2010, with a sample of 1,019 adults. It found that 95 percent of Americans (including 80 percent of non-Christians) celebrate Christmas. Here are some tales about how our tribe — the other 5 percent — spends that day.