Friday, December 24, 2004

A very Merry, etc.

To anyone that stumbles across this site, have a wonderful Christmas and a joyous New Year. I have to admit that for me and mine 2004 will be hard to top, but anything's possible. Party hard, party long, but be around to see what 2005 brings; don't wind up as part of a "Road Toll" wrap on the local news.

If your culture is not one that follows the Christmas tradition, then accept this greeting in a spirit of international fraternity, rather than Yuletide bonhomie.

"A Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night..."

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