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pavlor 
Happy Saturnalia!
Posted on 19-Dec-2020 11:28:28
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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 20-Dec-2020 0:34:14
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@pavlor
Saturnalia was the main topic of a 10 minute program sponsored by McDonald Observatory located in west Texas new Fort Davis with new content in every presentation, Monday through Saturday in the early evening.

But 10 minutes is so short! Saturnalia has had a long history and has evolved through a dozen identifiable changes. I would never read about it without your annual observance.

Thanks!

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