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One additional reason people get angry at the holidays, though, is that sports often play an important role in how people celebrate the holidays. Football, for example, plays a central role at both Thanksgiving and on New Year’s Eve. Plus, on years like this one, when Christmas falls on a weekend, professional football becomes part of the Christmas festivities as well.
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