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Merry Christmas Baby!
addi Posted: Fri Dec 21 13:17:38 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I was going to compose a long syrupy mushy Christmas post here, but I decided the following said it all, so you are spared from having to deal with my holiday verbal masterbation : )

http://www.thecompassgroup.biz/merryxmas.swf


Peace and joy to all of you..even you Bah Humbuggers
Addi


 
sweet p Posted: Fri Dec 21 15:42:44 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  nice :)
and to you too, addi.
happy everything to everyone.


 
Kira Posted: Fri Dec 21 17:43:22 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  The Winter Solstice is technically tomorrow, but we're celebrating today.

WOOHOO, daylight tomorrow will be ever so slightly longer than today!


 
FN Posted: Sat Dec 22 06:35:52 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I always wondered where all those santaclauses came from.


 
Mark Posted: Sat Dec 22 14:31:21 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  merry christmas / happy holidays to all of you :)


 
beetlebum Posted: Sat Dec 22 21:30:11 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Merry Christmas!!

http://www.ideo.tv/holiday2007/




 
Ahriman Posted: Sun Dec 23 02:29:07 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Merry Christmas and Happy That-other-holiday!


 
mat_j Posted: Thu Dec 27 13:31:27 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  nadolig llawen and all that jazz hombres


 
erikagm Posted: Tue Jan 1 23:14:37 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Well, I liked NYE. I stayed home, watched TV, called who I wanted to wish a good holiday to, and then went to bed a wee bit after midnight. I woke up at 2 pm today, after a much deserved 14 hrs of sleep, and watched TV again. Gotta love a day off work.


 
erikagm Posted: Tue Jan 1 23:16:17 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Kira said:
>The Winter Solstice is technically tomorrow, but we're celebrating today.
>
>WOOHOO, daylight tomorrow will be ever so slightly longer than today!

Damn Windows Vista and its verisign software. Anyway, for the actual post, Isn't winter solstice actually the -shortest- day of the year, sunlight-wise?


 
Kira Posted: Wed Jan 2 00:22:22 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  erikagm said:
>Kira said:
>>The Winter Solstice is technically tomorrow, but we're celebrating today.
>>
>>WOOHOO, daylight tomorrow will be ever so slightly longer than today!
>
>Damn Windows Vista and its verisign software. Anyway, for the actual post, Isn't winter solstice actually the -shortest- day of the year, sunlight-wise?

Aye, and that post makes me look like a nitwit.

The solstice in 2007 occurred sometime very early in the morning of December 22nd - around two a.m. I think. This being so, I believe that (and I've not taken the time to do the math on this) makes the day *before* the solstice, December 21st, the shortest day of the year, since by the end of the day on the 22nd the northern hemisphere has already begun moving closer to the sun.

But I could be full of crap.


 



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