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    Happy Holiday's
    while I am thinking about it, and Christmas is approaching fast, I want to wish every a very happy holiday season and a happy new year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tornadochaser View Post
    while I am thinking about it, and Christmas is approaching fast, I want to wish every a very happy holiday season and a happy new year!
    Same to you!

    We're too late for Hanukkah this year, but probably still have Kwanza covered, and of course, that holiday that shall not be mentioned.

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    at the risk of not wanting to sound like a broken record,"the best to you also"

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    Actually Craig you and I both know the original of that 'Happy Everything' had a much more obscene message!

    And as I am not into this PC "Holiday" thing, Happy and Safe Christmas to All.....
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    Happy Christmakwanzakuh!

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    This is my 15,000th post to Mac-Forums. Thank you to all the current and former mods and admins for their dedication and work, and to all the forum members (you know who you are) that make it a great community.

    Have a happy Christmas when it gets here, have a great Winter Solstice, there are many festive days ahead (for various Christian and non-Christian observances) so to cover everyone I'll just say "have a great holiday season" because I hope that whatever occasion suits you best, it is a wonderful one for you. Cheers!

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    The Flemish ( and very traditional ) style : A Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year for you and your families.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chas_m View Post
    This is my 15,000th post to Mac-Forums. Thank you to all the current and former mods and admins for their dedication and work, and to all the forum members (you know who you are) that make it a great community.

    Have a happy Christmas when it gets here, have a great Winter Solstice, there are many festive days ahead (for various Christian and non-Christian observances) so to cover everyone I'll just say "have a great holiday season" because I hope that whatever occasion suits you best, it is a wonderful one for you. Cheers!
    Great news chas_m, wishing you a Merry Christmas from Blighty also

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    Happy holidays to everyone here if you celebrate something this time of year. If not, enjoy yourself and stay safe if the weather is a little difficult or temperamental. If neither of those work, you can ignore this message.
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