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Treknophile
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Merry Christmas All!

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Mars Needs Women
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Merry X-mas
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Mikey T
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Merry Fucking Christmas!!! I hope you all got what you wanted cuz I did... a sane Christmas Family Dinner.

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"It speaks to some basic human needs: that there is a tomorrow, it's not all going to be over with a big splash and a bomb, that the human race is improving, that we have things to be proud of as humans."
-Gene Roddenberry about Star Trek

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Jason Abbadon
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I bought a very Star Trek looking computer chair via money my grandma sent and had a very quiet day watching TV, reading old Hellboy comics and sorta cleaning up my house.

Not too shabby, overall.

I hope everyone's was good as well.

One sad note- James Brown died on Christmas. I'm a fan of his and just found out.

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Justice inclines her scales so that wisdom comes at the price of suffering.
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Shik
There's a million things I haven't done, but just you wait
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Really? That's all sorts of suck.

I'm on the last of my 4 forced days off. I spent the time buying $156.05 of food for myself, watching all of I, Claudius again, doing laundry, practicing with dough, & talking with a girl on Long Island who seems to rather dig me (& I her). So.

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Timo
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Well, I think Christmas is now officially over, what with my fever dropping down to tolerable levels and all.

It was a nice and quiet holiday, 'cause I couldn't hear a damn thing even when I was awake and conscious. And because I couldn't make much noise myself, either. No singing in midnight mass for once. Why did He have to be born at such an ungodly hour anyway?

But the loot was very nice, including two books in coffee table format, complete with the coffee table... (Although generally I prefer tea.)

For New Year's Eve, our choir is heading for the local general aviation field to shoot down incoming Cessnas with a sickeningly large yet fairly inexpensive collection of rockets. If we get caught, they can rest assured I won't speak. Or listen.

Happy hangover to everybody!

Timo Saloniemi

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Nim
The Aardvark asked for a dagger
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Aah, the first finnish hanging in sixty years. Finns love their airfields, I guess.

We did it babies, we're at the final level of 2006, this is the endgame. I've been hoarding so much shit from the adventures of this year, now I'm going to go into town and sell it all and get the best gear to find and kill Father time.
All the other miniquests are done, well except for that DVD shelf I never put up.

Anyway, if I succeed we'll get to play a new year.

As for that laa-di-daa holdiay, all I know is that we went out in the wildlands and cut down a tree of our own this christmas, I've never done it before. It felt so good... And then we dressed up the corpse like a fair spanish lady.

If I had one wish, though, it would be that Ultra-Esophagus/Ventriloquist Wil would come out from his self-imposed, enchanted gopher hole and fess up. Maybe steal the cookies and eggnog from the urchins at the kiddie-table, true, but also help us scry. This forum lost its way when we stopped trusting in scryings and hakas.

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Shik
There's a million things I haven't done, but just you wait
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:::blinks::: Have you been huffing old lutefisk or something??

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AndrewR
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What the fuck is lutefisk - I watched an episode of King of the Hill and Bobby ate a whole plate of Lutefisk - it was supposedly horrible smelling but he ate the whole thing and liked it??

This is the second time I have come across this word in 2 weeks!

OK I just read Wikipedia... Depends on the type as to which smells. Sounds like it takes a long time to prepare though!

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I'm LIZZING! - Liz Lemon (30 Rock)

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Nim
The Aardvark asked for a dagger
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I admit nothing. Except that we spell it without the e.
And to determine who gets to eat first, we put it down on the floor and watch to whom it comes when being called to.

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