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Happy Saturnalia!
Posted on 19-Dec-2017 15:36:44
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@All Amiga (and PC and Mac and Atari...) users, supporters and trolls (without regard to the religious affillation or colour)

Happy Saturnalia!


Any presents for me?

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ggw 
Re: Happy Saturnalia!
Posted on 20-Dec-2017 2:30:42
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Joined: 24-May-2003
Posts: 1036
From: Austin, TX

@pavlor

Indeed, Happy Saturnalia. Thursday is the *BIG* day. At work 15 of us are going party together at lunch time.

That evening there will be a house warming party as my son moved into a house (and immediately, invited a couple to move in, too.)

Not sure just *what* we are going to "sacrifice".. we will wait and see.

A woman I know skipped early morning sleep today, ate chocolate for lunch, took "Uber" to head to work. Half way through town she had him make a power left turn into Seton Hospital, ending up hospitalized with wires all over her and jabbed with a needle from which every few hours they extract blood. THAT sounds pretty close to a bloody sacrifice.

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Our Amiga club Christmas party was over the top for Austin, TX. We got snow! on December 7.. it was *not* predicted, making it all the more exciting.

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