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pavlor 
Happy Saturnalia!
Posted on 18-Dec-2019 16:41:31
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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 18-Dec-2019 21:44:24
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Joined: 24-May-2003
Posts: 1074
From: Austin, TX

@pavlor

Let upside down society frivolity begin.

My start was a drive through rush hour traffic to hear a too loud band from St. Paul, Minnesota; followed by a 1 hour performance by a American National Poetry Slam champion whose many asides brought the height of laughter; and ended the night with a bang.

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marko 
Re: Happy Saturnalia!
Posted on 20-Dec-2019 21:00:49
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Joined: 17-Dec-2007
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From: Gothenburg, THE front side of Sweden ;), (via Finland), EU



Happy Saturnalia!

Merry Xmas!

Merry Christmas!

God Jul!

Hyvää Joulua!

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