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#27 Dec 25 2011 at 9:53 PM Rating: Excellent
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Snoopy wine?
My kids were just now digging around in our booze cabinet and pulled out an old bottle of whiskey that is in the shape of John Lennons head - with removable glasses.


Thats apperently worth around $400 without the whiskey in it. more if its sealed.
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#28 Dec 25 2011 at 10:20 PM Rating: Excellent
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Snoopy wine?

Like I'd ever drink wine made out of Snoopy. God, you're stupid!
#29 Dec 25 2011 at 10:35 PM Rating: Excellent
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... assorted clothing, whiskey, and the mother of all hangovers.

Pretty much this.
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#30 Dec 25 2011 at 11:44 PM Rating: Excellent
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More blacksmith puzzles--this time travel size. Also some free weights so that my scrawny girl arms might become bulky girl arms.
#31 Dec 26 2011 at 2:09 AM Rating: Excellent
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Postin' from my new kindle fire. Pretty awesome. Also got Uncharted 3, a Bioshock infinite preorder, and Spurs tickets.

I made out like a bandit.
#32 Dec 26 2011 at 2:39 AM Rating: Good
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For just Christmas, I got Plants vs Zombies for my DS, an anime series I've been wanting, some t-shirts, an Amazon gift card and a nifty set of Sports Champions accessories for the Playstation Move.

For my b-day, which I opened presents for on the 24th, I got another anime series I wanted and a couple of movies. Also, a massive German chocolate/vanilla bean ice cream cake my sister made for me. Got to take almost half of it home for consumption over the next week.
#33 Dec 26 2011 at 5:14 AM Rating: Excellent
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Got a couple hundred bucks for the new teeth fund. At least this time when I drop a couple grand on my teeth they get pulled out I can put them back in ^.^.
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#34 Dec 26 2011 at 11:05 AM Rating: Excellent
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New pillows, bedsheets, and a rug from my parents. Also got a book of Ogden Nash poetry specifically from my mom, and some spiffy Thorlo Pad socks from my dad (why is it that socks are awesome gifts the older you get?). Assorted gift cards (Chili's, Subway, Publix) from my relatives. Cards from my friends, as well as a $30 Amazon gift code from one of them.
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#35 Dec 26 2011 at 12:13 PM Rating: Good
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My mom and my little sister discovered thinkgeek.com, so I'm fairly sure about half of what I got came from there, including;

Bacon Lip Balm
A Truly Mini Fridge
One of those awesome plasma balls

Also a bunch of new shirts, socks, and undies; an amazing new chair for my computer desk, and a new wireless mouse.

And for my birthday, my single present this year is an awesome new monitor. I get 1 present on my birthday, because it's the day after xmas. Now that I'm older, anyway. It's basically "Here's one present, because it's your birthday, and some cash because we're all too burned out from getting christmas done to get you actual presents." I don't really mind, since I got like... $350 towards my new computer.

Also, on a totally different but still related note; I found this on thinkgeek, but I totally bought one a year and a half ago in an amusement store in chicago. I ******* love it, too. Drives the dog insane Smiley: laugh
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#36 Dec 26 2011 at 12:52 PM Rating: Good
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Postin' from my new kindle fire. Pretty awesome. Also got Uncharted 3, a Bioshock infinite preorder, and Spurs tickets.

I made out like a bandit.

Kindle fire rocks.
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#37 Dec 26 2011 at 2:11 PM Rating: Good
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Money. I'll pay off a couple debts I've had for a while, and get it to a much more manageable situation.
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#38 Dec 26 2011 at 2:51 PM Rating: Good
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Had a wonder Christmas dinner down in Florida. It is amazing how much of a difference 300 miles is in temperature. It is hilarious to watch a chihuahua walk right into a pool, oblivious to where the edge of it was. Smiley: laugh

1. A bar mixing set. Already had one but I can always use a second. Smiley: tongue

2. A handheld mixer. My old one burned up a while back and between being cheep and poor I haven't hand a chance to replace it.

3. Star Wars: The Old Republic. Bloody game gives me migraines so now it is three expensive Frisbees.

The only bummer I had this Christmas was I didn't get a chair for my desk so I am stuck using a wooden one until I can get around to saving the money for a padded one. -rubs ****-
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#39 Dec 26 2011 at 3:35 PM Rating: Good
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Autographed book 4 of the Eragon series, best buy gift card, newegg gift card, Patrick Willis 49ers Jersey, and cash.

oh and lots of joyful shouting from my 3 year old when he opened up all his lootz.... and boy did he get spoiled. The only one in the family (wife's very large Italian family) under 16 years old.....
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#40 Dec 26 2011 at 5:35 PM Rating: Excellent
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Bloody game gives me migraines so now it is three expensive Frisbees.


Is it video lag that gives you a headache? I've had a couple of games that did that to me.

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#41 Dec 26 2011 at 5:44 PM Rating: Good
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a christmas dinner with the sweetie's family and a nice phonecall with my grannie back in my hometown.

We didn't exchange gifts, and it was a relief for all of us. I'm a convert to opting out of the gift exchange.

I may have missed out on a sweet stained glass paperweight like ugly got, but I didn't have to deal with any of the fuss and stress either.
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#42 Dec 26 2011 at 6:53 PM Rating: Default
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More about the book I got (which is crushing Mario 3D land in keeping my attention) it is called "The Trillion Dollar conspiracy" by Jim Marrs (rise of the fourth reich which i have not read so can not comment on.) It is a captivating read about corruption through history and around the world. Primarily it is directed at the erosion of America into a nation of zombies.

It is really neat as it has kind of meshed many conspiracy theories into one. So far i've traveled through The Fed, BigPharm, AMA, The National Health Board, Dumbing down America. The author has managed to tie these together to form a view of the NWO and the globalization of Earth.

Personally I don't particularly prescribe to the message, but it has been a very interesting read so far. I think some here may enjoy it.

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#43 Dec 27 2011 at 4:06 AM Rating: Good
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A vibrant silk scarf that is virtually massless, a lovely blue glass bead necklace, some Fair Trade chocolate, A haircut from an incredibly gifted hairdresser, and two wildly different small clutch purses I really wish I didn't get, as I have no space, and no use for them. Even though one is embroidered beautifully, dammit.
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#44 Dec 27 2011 at 6:42 AM Rating: Good
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Elinda wrote:
Jophiel wrote:
Snoopy wine?
My kids were just now digging around in our booze cabinet and pulled out an old bottle of whiskey that is in the shape of John Lennons head - with removable glasses.


Thats apperently worth around $400 without the whiskey in it. more if its sealed.
Just don't bring it over to the Chapman household. They are always so clumsy with stuff like that.
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#45 Dec 27 2011 at 7:24 AM Rating: Decent
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A vibrant silk scarf that is virtually massless, a lovely blue glass bead necklace, some Fair Trade chocolate, A haircut from an incredibly gifted hairdresser, and two wildly different small clutch purses I really wish I didn't get, as I have no space, and no use for them. Even though one is embroidered beautifully, dammit.

I keep forgetting if you're female, or ***.
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#46 Dec 27 2011 at 9:09 AM Rating: Good
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Santa dropped off some brand new Soloman x-country skis and boots. Now I need it to snow :(

Also he managed to give us some of the new honey crop off the in laws bee keeper peoples.
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#47 Dec 27 2011 at 9:12 AM Rating: Excellent
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Debalic wrote:
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A vibrant silk scarf that is virtually massless, a lovely blue glass bead necklace, some Fair Trade chocolate, A haircut from an incredibly gifted hairdresser, and two wildly different small clutch purses I really wish I didn't get, as I have no space, and no use for them. Even though one is embroidered beautifully, dammit.

I keep forgetting if you're female, or ***.


Those aren't mutually exclusive, I think.
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#48 Dec 27 2011 at 10:08 AM Rating: Good
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Bloody game gives me migraines so now it is three expensive Frisbees.


Is it video lag that gives you a headache? I've had a couple of games that did that to me.



It probably is. All I know for certain is I enjoyed the beta of the game but the actual game is a big disappointment. Smiley: frown
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Books. Lots and lots of books. And my oldest one gave me the coolest pillow. That he made all by himself.
#50 Dec 27 2011 at 12:24 PM Rating: Good
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Bloody game gives me migraines so now it is three expensive Frisbees.


Is it video lag that gives you a headache? I've had a couple of games that did that to me.



It probably is. All I know for certain is I enjoyed the beta of the game but the actual game is a big disappointment. Smiley: frown


I haven't noticed any real change in the two versions...

If it's video lag, have you tried turning your shadows off? They're a huge drain on the gpu...
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#51 Dec 27 2011 at 12:37 PM Rating: Excellent
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Socks, underwear, a gift card for Starbucks, and a receipt that can supposedly be exchanged for a new computer once they get it in.
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