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Did you have a good turkey day? What are your plans for christmas/hannukah/kwanza*? Are you getting any good gifts from your respective holidays?**





*Kwanza is a myth.
**I don't really care, but we have been far too silent.
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It has been rather dead this week(end). Alas, there has been no Thanksgiving for my Canadian self. And I've spent most of this weekend working and getting myself sick, apparently.
Not sure I'll make it in to work tomorrow. Frustratingly, I don't think I'll be able to catch much football either. Well, at least not NFL. Which is a pain, because I never get to catch it, as I most often work Sundays and Mondays (and this week even Thursday). And I don't know who has the CFL Grey Cup (The CFL's equivalent to Superbowl), but I'd imagine that'll usurp any NFL*.

*I do like that it is Winnipeg and Saskatchewan, though. I'd rather it be Toronto, but I have family in both those places, who are big fans of their respective teams, so good for them.**
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Now that Thanksgiving is over, suddenly it's Christmas.

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It takes christians a loooong time to shop and set up decorations.*




*Also take them down
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mountainmage wrote:It takes christians a loooong time to shop and set up decorations.*




*Also take them down

Man, I need at least 200 for presents and shit. Ugh.

Also, I still have some Halloween decorations up outside my apartment.
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Ipso Facto, christians are lazy in general.
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mountainmage wrote:Ipso Facto, christians are lazy in general.
Good thing I'm not Christian, just lazy.
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Join the club.
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mountainmage wrote:Join the club.

only if i can do it from my couch.
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I actually didn't eat anything for Thanksgiving. I had the stomach flu a truly at no food the entire day (sleeping until 9pm helped). Fortunately I was healthy enough to play a Mud Bowl game yesterday (Sunday) which was awesome. Most of us have a nice limp now, so you know it was a good.
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I got to watch football for once. I usually work on Sundays but I'm also feeling sick, so I called in. Unfortunately the games that were on TV in my neck of the woods were the Buffalo/Jacksonville game and the Arizona/SanFran game. The first one wasn't very good. But then they flipped over to the last two minutes of the Seattle game, so I got to see the Rams screw it all up. And then, speaking of screwing things up, the overtime nonsense in the Cards/49ers game was ridiculous (the game was pretty enjoyable, despite that I could care less about either team).

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Lethal Interjection wrote:I got to watch football for once. I usually work on Sundays but I'm also feeling sick, so I called in. Unfortunately the games that were on TV in my neck of the woods were the Buffalo/Jacksonville game and the Arizona/SanFran game. The first one wasn't very good. But then they flipped over to the last two minutes of the Seattle game, so I got to see the Rams screw it all up. And then, speaking of screwing things up, the overtime nonsense in the Cards/49ers game was ridiculous (the game was pretty enjoyable, despite that I could care less about either team).
indeed... the seahawks game was freakin' fantastic. Also i still hold that the seahawks would have held on 4th down even if the snap hadn't been bobbled

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Glad to hear some of you enjoyed your long-ish weekends.
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We don't celebrate thanksgiving over here, so you're all wrong I guess. My weekend was awesome though. My girlfriend and my mates and I all went to Wedge island, an isolated fishing area where there are just tin shacks, lots of scrubland, huge sand dunes and a bright blue beach. It's an amazing place. We sat around there and swam, sandboarded, and relaxed for 4 days. It's thankfully very untouched in terms of people there, really quiet, aside from the odd generator running and the waves crashing down.

As for christmas, I'll think about that later. For now it's a cool shower to get all this fucking sand out of my hair and ears.
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Simon. wrote:My girlfriend and my mates and I all went to Wedge island, an isolated fishing area where there are just tin shacks, lots of scrubland, huge sand dunes and a bright blue beach.
so basically it's like the rest of Australia*

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