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pavlor 
Happy Saturnalia!
Posted on 17-Dec-2021 11:27:20
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@All Amiga (and PC and Mac and Atari...) users, supporters and trolls (without regard to the religious affiliation or colour)

Happy Saturnalia!


Any presents for me?

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ggw 
Re: Happy Saturnalia!
Posted on 19-Dec-2021 16:57:55
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@pavlor

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Happy Saturnalia! Any presents for me?


Sorry, Pavlor, this year Dec. 17th is when I had cataract surgery which did not come cheap for a guy with a HSA { (Health Saving Account) to choose to allow a health plan for a High Deductible}. But, this is Austin, TX and there is plenty to view politically that is perfect for the Saturnalia Spirit.

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