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#172261 12/24/07 07:47 AM
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Wish-gifts for the festive season:
*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*

Alex Williams
: A leading part in comfortable footwear in what he considers
" The Greatest Show on Earth".
Aramis:Ozali moto malamu.
AnnasStrophic and Faldage: A giant jar of fireflies for 100 % "off the grid" festive sparkle.
Bigwig Rabbit: Roots and more roots as being good for eyes and brain.
Dale: A 'hot'- sublink to Zen and the ways to enjoyment of things one can't talk or run with.
etaoin: That classic, profound little word 'heh' cast in gold.
GallantTed: A pretty tiptoeing trollop.
Hydra: a personal video hydra and the Anatomy of Euphoria.
Jackie: A bonus real copy of the Dord if you give me your adress.
Myridon: The next word: jerrycummumble
of troy: The never ending yarn that changes color and fabric at wish.
Olly: All things nice and jolly.
Pennyless: From Heaven. Everything that's good and better.
The FallibleFeind: FreindlyFestivities.
Themilium: Special findings and LongeVITY.
tsuwm: A first edition in print of the best - ron joe (cursives)- obvious friday.
Zed: colorful glassworks and pointy puns.
ZmejhZ : Rare Roots and Precious Pies in the sky.

Just good wishes and happy feriation to all and to Anu,family and crew.

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Thank you so much for the thoughts and for the lovely way in which you expressed them. May you have the best year ever in 2008.

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My
Esteemed
Readers,
Rally
Your

Careworn
Hearts.
Revel
In
Sharing
Tradition,
Mirth
And
Serenity.

What a wonderful group of folks you are. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and your minds.

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thank you, Bran!!!

how wonderful!

happy holidays, all!


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>happy holidays, all!

and felicific feriations!!

-joe (too bad it's not a holimonth) friday

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To Bran and Penny,

Thank you for your wishes! What a delightful surprise.


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A leading part in comfortable footwear in what he considers "The Greatest Show on Earth".


Very nice, thank you! Perfect.

Merry Christmas to you BranShea and to everyone else too.

Alex

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______ ///>> MERRY CHRISTMAS <<\\ *

Thank all you AWADERS, for your pleasant company, your wit and and your forbearance durning this past year. My gift to you is that I will endeavor to become a more suitable chatmate in the coming year. A more sensitive and more tolerant Milo will grace these illustrous pages in 2008. But since it is still 2007 I'd like you all to take note of the asterisk in my Christmas greeeting.


* My "Merry Christmas" greeting is to all but one of the Awaders here. To him (or to her) my gift is a lump of coal and a one-way ticket to Burnt Corn,Alabama. Burt Corn is where Doublehead Johnson lives -- the meanest man in Alabama. Then I'd have all my nemesises in one croger sack (so to speak) and I could watch them.

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>Then I'd have all my nemesises in one croger sack...

again I hesitate to ask, but is this different to a 'Kroger sack'?

-joe (still asking all the tough ones) friday

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Originally Posted By: tsuwm
>Then I'd have all my nemesises in one croger* sack (which up north they spell with a capital K").

Again I hesitate to ask, but is this different to [than] a 'Kroger sack'?

-joe (still asking all the tough ones) friday

Whatever you say, tsuwm, I'll edit that*. I think you'll like Burnt Corn, Alabama.

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