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    1. speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

      Don’t we sometimes treat this as an open thread? I have a question from the forum.

      I know this is petty. I’m not trying to “make money” off the Christmas gift-giving process. But something’s bothering me and it’s giving me a bad attitude (what, moi, a bad attitude? Say it ain’t so).

      I’m not that well off, despite having a jet-setting sort of corporate job, but I’m not exactly searching the couch cushions for loose change to pay the rent, you know. But I don’t have a lot of people to buy gifts for at Christmas, so I do most of my spending on my brother’s family. His two kids are preteens and I usually spend about 50-100 dollars on each kid, plus a decent gift in the 25-40 range for my brother and one for his wife, plus something funny for the dog (this year, probably one of those floppy toys they have now), plus something for the house (most often something nice for the kitchen). Each year they collectively give me a gift worth about ten or twenty dollars. I know my brother’s a cheapskate anyway (even though he makes about twice what I do), and it wouldn’t bother me to only get one gift, but Jesus Christ, it just looks like they’re phoning it in.

      I’m trying hard to just be grateful I have a good brother whose family loves me (they really do) and to not be whiny and petty (yeah, I can really not be whiny and petty, LOL). Christmas is not about “what did I get.” But I can’t help feeling a little… unbalanced.

      • speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

        for the forum. Sorry. I should really be paying attention to this conference call :)

      • osiris73 says:

        My family has all given up gift giving altogether. Whoever’s house we’re getting together at will get a gift of a couple bottles of wine, a fruit basket of something from each family. The only people there who get gifts are kids under 18. The adults have stopped getting each other things altogether. We’re all the type who if we need or want something, we just get it for ourselves.

      • pecan 3.14159265 says:

        I totally understand. I hate cheapskates. I would institute a “kids only” policy – it seems that you still very much want to give, but are unappreciated yourself when it comes to the adults giving you things. So if you just gave presents to the kids and the dog, it wouldn’t be like the adults were forced to reciprocate, which is what it seems to be right now. GIving should be from the heart and if your brother is too cheap to realize that gift-giving is about appreciation, he shouldn’t even bother. Talk with him about what is bothering you, so he has the opportunity to change his behavior, but then institute a ‘kids only’ policy because until he changes, you’ll keep being disappointed.

      • Right On says:

        Not everybody else sees Christmas the same way. It could very well be a burden on their conscious that you spend so much money on them while their Christmas funds are spread thin between many other family and friends. If it’s not making you happy to give them gifts then slow it down a lot and give to charity or something that has no possible way of disappointing you.

    2. osiris73 says:

      Can we all just assume from now on that Jos. A. Banks is having some sort of amazing sounding sale at any given moment? If you’re always having a sale, doesn’t your sale price become your regular price? Sure, I know they seem to rotate what’s on sale, but wait a week or two and what you want will be back on sale again.

    3. Goatweed says:

      those Polk Monitor 70′s are a fantastic deal, I jumped on them yesterday and grabbed the CS2 center for another $100. I figured the $40 upgrade was worth paying since I’m saving a ton on the towers.