A lot of Catholics (and doubtless a few others) would like to see some rabbit control on Easter.
That said, Easter has done much better resisting commercialism than Christmas. Basically, the Christmas story is unreservedly delightful, whereas the Easter story is sobering. Happy beginnings are easier to come by and much more common than happy endings, as I've noted here before. The real message of Easter is solidarity with God, who is born, lives, suffers, and dies, like all of us--with the promise of a happy ending, even if the nature of that happy ending is obscure to us right here and right now.
I've been having some very odd problems creating good audio CDs with InfraRecorder Portable, and now recommend that you don't use it. Some of the tracks just don't "take," but when I burn the very same MP3s to a blank disc from the same spindle using Gnome app Brasero, the disc is perfect.