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    Musicaholic Forums Moderator ForeverAutumn's Avatar
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    Your Christmas Wish List

    What are you hoping to find under the tree this year?

    ...and I use "under the tree" in a purely symbolic way. We, for one, will not have a tree this year. So, as an aside to this post...for those who have trees, feel free to post pictures so that I may enjoy them vicariously.

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    I might when the tree is done. We bought it yesterday

    My wish list isn't very interesting. I asked for a couple books on speaker building, and 2001: A space odyssey (the book).
    I just recenlty received a turntable so Im hoping to grow a vinyl collection. My requests were mostly Radiohead albums.
    There are three Calvin & Hobbes comic books I need to complete my collection, they're also on my list, aswell as a couple Dragon Ball books.
    Finally seasons 1 & 4 of a French comic TV series called Kaamelott, which revolves around the legend of King Arthur and his knights. It's very French and helarious.

    I think i also put clothing on my list.
    That's about it
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    All my wishes have already come true.
    Here is our tree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMichael
    All my wishes have already come true.
    Here is our tree.
    I guess so, GM, with that delightful daughter of yours. Merry Christmas to her, your wife, and yourself.

    Here's a pic of my place at the moment. Not fully decorated. The tree has lights but no ornaments -- those will gone on Wednesday when my son and his wife have arrived.

    (Note that the Maggies are pushed back much closer to the wall than they normally to make room for the tree and people. The baffles I use ensure clear sound and good images but I loose some soundstage with this configuration.)
    ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Feanor
    I guess so, GM, with that delightful daughter of yours. Merry Christmas to her, your wife, and yourself.

    Here's a pic of my place at the moment. Not fully decorated. The tree has lights but no ornaments -- those will gone on Wednesday when my son and his wife have arrived.
    ...
    Thank you. You too.

    Nice room. Love the decorative carpet on the wall. Bet it helps with reflections.
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    Butterbean's just pooped!

    Ho, ho, hum! Happy (yawn!) Hollidays, y'all!
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    Well nothing under the tree this year but here is the tree.
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    Oh and the manly front door decorations.
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    Re-Mastered Dragon Dynasty release of The Five Deadly Venoms.

    Any Wes Montgomery vinyl.

    Herbie Hancock- The Complete Blue Note Sixties Sessions vinyl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnMichael
    Oh and the manly front door decorations.
    Very nice. But who graded your door with a big F?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMichael
    Very nice. But who graded your door with a big F?
    I think the F stands for FABULOUS!!!

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    I love all the tree pictures. It's really making me wish that we had one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForeverAutumn
    I think the F stands for FABULOUS!!!
    That would make sense. Thanks for clearing that up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ForeverAutumn
    I think the F stands for FABULOUS!!!




    Yes it does, thank you. Of course if someone has trouble remembering the letter for my apartment the F becomes something else. Much like when I lived in apartment C.
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    Merry Christmas to all
    Christmas Wishes,

    Daughters who lived closer
    A year with out pain
    Understandable health care reform

    here's my two gatekeepers. Hank and Chairman Meow
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