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Happy Holidays to all of the board members and their family and friends
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It has been a great year and I look forward to discussing many great
topics in the coming year.

Mike@
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<startingate@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Happy Holidays to all of the board members and their family and friends
> !

Which Holidays?
 
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"Mark²" wrote:
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> <startingate@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> > Happy Holidays to all of the board members and their family and friends
> > !
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> Which Holidays?

The various ones that all happen in the last month of the year? Need he
be more specific?

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"Lisa Horton" <Lisa091704@lisahorton.net> wrote in message
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> "Mark²" wrote:
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> > <startingate@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> > > Happy Holidays to all of the board members and their family and
friends
> > > !
> >
> > Which Holidays?
>
> The various ones that all happen in the last month of the year? Need he
> be more specific?

There are only two.

Christmas and New Year's Day.

But then there is always...

....Christma-kwansa-hannedon...for the shamelessly PC among us.

Merry Christmas.
 
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"Mark²" <mjmorgan(lowest even number here)@cox..net> wrote in message
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> > "Mark²" wrote:
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> > > <startingate@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> > > > Happy Holidays to all of the board members and their family and
> friends
> > > > !
> > >
> > > Which Holidays?
> >
> > The various ones that all happen in the last month of the year? Need he
> > be more specific?
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> There are only two.
>
> Christmas and New Year's Day.
>
> But then there is always...
>
> ...Christma-kwansa-hannedon...for the shamelessly PC among us.
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> Merry Christmas.

Oh!
And... :)
 
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"Mark²" <mjmorgan(lowest even number here)@cox..net> wrote in message
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>> Happy Holidays to all of the board members and their family and friends
>> !
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> Which Holidays?
>
>

Never Mind! Santa is passing by your house and you know why already.
 
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> Don't mistake belief for reality. They are not necessarily
interchangeable.
> We can't ALL be right...and please note my lack of declaration as to which
> is or is not... That's for you to decide...and ultimately be right or
wrong
> about in the vast scheme of things.

Which I had proof one way or the
> other...

Oops!! That was supposed to read "WISH" I had proof!!!
 

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<startingate@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Happy Holidays to all of the board members and their family and friends
> !
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> It has been a great year

It has? Oh dear. I'll have to check that [nervously shuffling papers] Em,
I'll get back to you.
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<startingate@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Happy Holidays to all of the board members and their family and friends
> !
>
> It has been a great year and I look forward to discussing many great
> topics in the coming year.

Many thanks, and the same to you and your family.

Please ignore the oafs and idiots here who think they are so highly amusing.

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"Fi Nishing" <fi@fisplace.info> wrote in message
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> <startingate@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> > Happy Holidays to all of the board members and their family and friends
> > !
> >
> > It has been a great year and I look forward to discussing many great
> > topics in the coming year.
>
> Many thanks, and the same to you and your family.
>
> Please ignore the oafs and idiots here who think they are so highly
amusing.

And I'l ignore those of you who have become so bland that you can't say
Merry Christmas without fear of offending someone.
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startingate@hotmail.com wrote:
> Happy Holidays to all of the board members and their family and friends
> !
>
> It has been a great year and I look forward to discussing many great
> topics in the coming year.
>
> Mike@
> www.thoroughbredphotos.net
>

Merry Christmas to you and all here too.

It looks like Australia will be further Americanised, as some have started
saying Happy Holidays here this year, instead of Happy Christmas. Previously
people didn't take offence if someone wished them happy Christmas if they
weren't religious or of another faith. I don't see why we should change that.

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"Ben Thomas" <nosp@m.thanks.mate> wrote in message
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> startingate@hotmail.com wrote:
> > Happy Holidays to all of the board members and their family and friends
> > !
> >
> > It has been a great year and I look forward to discussing many great
> > topics in the coming year.
> >
> > Mike@
> > www.thoroughbredphotos.net
> >
>
> Merry Christmas to you and all here too.
>
> It looks like Australia will be further Americanised, as some have started
> saying Happy Holidays here this year, instead of Happy Christmas.
Previously
> people didn't take offence if someone wished them happy Christmas if they
> weren't religious or of another faith. I don't see why we should change
that.

Hear-hear!!!

Happy Christmas to you.
 
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Ben Thomas writes:

>Merry Christmas to you and all here too.
>
>It looks like Australia will be further Americanised, as some have started
>saying Happy Holidays here this year, instead of Happy Christmas. Previously
>people didn't take offence if someone wished them happy Christmas if they
>weren't religious or of another faith. I don't see why we should change that.
>

And Merry Christmas from the U.S.

Charlie Self
"Political language... is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder
respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind." George Orwell
 
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Charlie Self wrote:

> Ben Thomas writes:
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>>Merry Christmas to you and all here too.
>>
>>It looks like Australia will be further Americanised, as some have started
>>saying Happy Holidays here this year, instead of Happy Christmas. Previously
>>people didn't take offence if someone wished them happy Christmas if they
>>weren't religious or of another faith. I don't see why we should change that.
>>
>
>
> And Merry Christmas from the U.S.

And a Merry Christmas to one and all from Canada.

Ken
 

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"Ken Weitzel" <kweitzel@shaw.ca> wrote in message
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> Charlie Self wrote:
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>> Ben Thomas writes:
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>>>Merry Christmas to you and all here too.
>>>
>>>It looks like Australia will be further Americanised, as some have
>>>started saying Happy Holidays here this year, instead of Happy Christmas.
>>>Previously people didn't take offence if someone wished them happy
>>>Christmas if they weren't religious or of another faith. I don't see why
>>>we should change that.
>>>
>>
>>
>> And Merry Christmas from the U.S.
>
> And a Merry Christmas to one and all from Canada.
>
> Ken
>
Cheers Ken, Wishing all a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to from the US.

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In article <68Jyd.1540$yW5.331@fed1read02>,
"Mark²" <mjmorgan(lowest even number here)@cox..net> wrote:

> And I'l ignore those of you who have become so bland that you can't say
> Merry Christmas without fear of offending someone.
> :)

Good for you. Merry Christmas, too.

Now, if someone else wishes me a "good", "merry" or "[whatever]" ahead of
"[their holiday observance of choice, if any]", I am not offended in any way.
I never was and never would be.

If someone dislikes being wished a "Merry Christmas", regardless of their
belief or faith, if any, that's THEIR problem.

Topical Content: I used my Canon 20D today. It worked fine.

:)
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In article <5nifqc.0qn.ln@192.168.11.2>, Ben Thomas <nosp@m.thanks.mate>
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> people didn't take offence if someone wished them happy Christmas if they
> weren't religious or of another faith. I don't see why we should change that.

We shouldn't.

Happy Christmas to you, too.

:)
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In article <rEJyd.549980$Pl.67706@pd7tw1no>, Ken Weitzel <kweitzel@shaw.ca>
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> And a Merry Christmas to one and all from Canada.

....and a VERY Happy New Year to our wonderful northern neighbors.

I hope our "strained" relations of late can be mended in the coming year. You
folks are GREAT and we need you.

:)
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In article <41CB78E1.A8A49349@lisahorton.net>, Lisa091704@lisahorton.net says...
> I guess I missed that part. Although not Jewish, I respect the
> traditions of those who celebrate Hanukkah rather than Christmas.
> Finding appropriate wrapping paper takes a little effort though.
>

We managed to find some Yule cards for a couple of wiccan friends this year..
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