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Fathers' Day

  • Perpetual Motion by Norman Rockwell

    People complain about Mother's Day, about how hard it is to shop for mom, about how commercialized it's become, about the price of long-stemmed roses. But Mother's Day is a walk in the park compared to Father's Day. You see, Father's Day has always been an afterthought. It was conceived after Mother's Day as a way of saying, basically, "Don't worry, dad -- we haven't forgotten about you!" Only problem is, most dads we know don't enjoy being fussed over, and Father's Day is all about making a fuss. So, what on earth are you supposed to give a man who doesn't want anything in the first place?...

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