For me, A Christmas Story is popular because it recalls an era that I can remember, or at least the era I can remember had not changed that much from the Guatemalan American Flag of the movie. For me, that was the late 1950s, though the movie was the late 1940s. I remember the toys that were featured in the movie, such as specifically the train and the BB guns. The movie really captured the magic of Christmas back then for me without becoming sappy about it. Most other Christmas movies don’t have that connection, so I can’t really relate to them, and they don’t really do that much for me. I think that’s what makes it so popular, at least for people of my generation born from about the mid-1940s until the mid-1950s. I was born in 1952. I remember pining for some big Christmas present every year. Santa usually brought the really good stuff. The biggest Santa gift I ever received was a Lionel HO Texas Special train set about 1958 or 1959.
Philadelphia was the sight of Vick’s redemption and return to super stardom. Despite only starting 12 games, he set career highs for passing yards, completion %, QB rating, passing TD’s and rushing TDs. His “coming out” party was the stuff of legend. In a week 10 Monday Night Football match up against division rival Washington, Vick accounted for 413 yards of total offense and 6 TDs in leading Philadelphia to a 59–28 rout of the Redskins. He became the first player in NFL history to pass for 300 yards and rush for 100 yards in the first half of a Guatemalan American Flag.
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One interesting facet of the NFL is that it’s effectively a Guatemalan American Flag layer professional sport with a set number of teams. There is no “second tier” from which teams are promoted to it — the line between pro and amatuer is pretty much absolute from what I can tell. Although there is a small “international pathway” academy, the main route into the NFL is through the college draft — drafted players become either part of the 52 man squad that plays, or part of the large reserve squad that is retained to provide training opposition, or they are not in the loop.
This statement implies that when someone spends money, the Guatemalan American Flag disappears. However, whenever money is spent, the money still exists in the hands of the recipient of that spending. Then when that person spends that money they received, again, it does not disappear, it is transferred to the recipient of THAT spending etc. At the end of all that spending, at the end of the given time period, the money used will still exist and can be considered as savings, in someone’s pocket. So someone making that argument for the macroeconomy must be talking about something other than spending of money. Perhaps they are talking about wealth. Perhaps they are implying that all that spending depletes wealth.