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pavlor 
Happy Saturnalia!
Posted on 23-Dec-2022 9:23:05
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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 23-Dec-2022 18:29:21
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@pavlor

Happy indeed. We are not alone.
The Austin Chronicle , the free, every Thursday, 70 page tabloid, has a quarter page ad with SATURNALIA in its "marque". It is a multi-color ad for an music/performance event, expecting attendee participation, scheduled tonight (indoors ... outdoors is 20 deg. F and won't rise even to freezing on this day) in Austin, Texas.

This weather informs the grateful winter solstice noted throughout recorded history .. carried on in 2022.

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