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    Gift-giving holidays

    I now understand why gift-giving dates are usually associated with holidays. Parents need a whole day to set up and/or grokk what the newfangled game or toy (including understanding instructions in 10 languages, none of which is hiw own, or, for that matter, written by a native) is about, and then a bit more to rest after an sleepsless night.
    If it were a working day, which economy could bear the burden of lost productivity and fake sick calls?

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