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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-18-2007, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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And of course a Healthy New Year !

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Sorry Bj, can't wish you a Happy Holiday Season. BUT, I will wish you a "Merry Christmas" and a Healthy and Prosperous New Year.




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Hey bud appreciate that. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family Bob. That was pretty cool little deal!

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Thanks Bj. Merry Christmas to you and yours!!!!!!

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Right back at you.. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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Sorry Bj, can't wish you a Happy Holiday Season. BUT, I will wish you a "Merry Christmas" and a Healthy and Prosperous New Year.

Dave, give the guy a break, I'm sure Bj. was being sensitive to the feelings of members, who for what ever reason do not celebrate Christmas. I for one, because of a mixed religion marriage don't actually celebrate any religious occasion but I do respect the rights of others to follow their own beliefs, so a sincere happy Christmas to all those of the Christian faith and a happy Chanukah to the Jewish members also a happy and prosperous new year to everyone everywhere.

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Ok Harry. I'm sorry Bj. I really didn't mean to demean or criticise or put down anybodys religious beliefs or not to offend those who don't celebrate at this time of year. I hope this doesn't change our friendship on this forum. I look at you all as invisible friends who care and help whenever possible.
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Hi Dave

No big deal Dave ,,,I also like the words Merry Christmas but some don't use the words..or to say they don't celebrate JS and the boys..I almost always kill a tree and drag it in the house and put the lights outside,,,,the boss gave me orders to get the lights out side working today,,I must do that b/4 see comes home...and I just hate it but she is the boss... so ,,that's it,we will have lights out side..and a dead tree inside in 3 weeks or so,I tried to get a live one in at one time in a pot but it didn't make it and I get to take them down in 30 days or so. . I don't get it...



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Thanks Bj. I really didn.t mean to cause a stir.
My SWMBO says after Thanksgiving, so my lights have been up for almost a month now. What can you do???????????????




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Season's Greetings from NZ. And, as the late Irish comedian Dave Allen used to say, "May your God go with you."
I'll think of you freezing Northern Hemisphere guys as we BBQ the turkey and wild pig

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