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Seasons greetings!
Matthew1980




msg:4400674
 9:50 pm on Dec 22, 2011 (gmt 0)

Hello everyone at WebmasterWorld!

Have a happy festive season and enjoy a prosperous new year.

I personally hope to have a quiet break with as little travel as I can get away with, but you know what happens to best laid plans...

Festive regards,
MRb

 

sem4u




msg:4400819
 9:03 am on Dec 23, 2011 (gmt 0)

Seasons greetings to everyone at Webmasterworld, and Merry Christmas if you celebrate that.

I hope that everyone has a prosperous new year. All the best for 2012!

Old_Honky




msg:4400854
 12:25 pm on Dec 23, 2011 (gmt 0)

A Cool Yule to you all.

Remember what Christmas is all about:
over consumption of food, excessive alcohol and making a fool of yourself at parties.

I think that we will all have a slightly more prosperous new year because as Peter Sellers' character Chase said in the film "Being There" "there will be green shoots of growth in the spring".

topr8




msg:4400859
 1:03 pm on Dec 23, 2011 (gmt 0)

... couldn't disagree more with Old_Honky's idea of christmas, however i totally agree with his sentiment re New Year.

Matthew1980




msg:4400954
 5:55 pm on Dec 23, 2011 (gmt 0)

>>over consumption of food, excessive alcohol and making a fool of yourself at parties.

lol!

If only I could afford to live as friverously as that.

>>however i totally agree with his sentiment re New Year.

Absolutely, business is booming, and looks to bloom even more in the new year, green shoots seem to have an oriental feel too, the future is bright, the future is where the sun rises.

Cheers,
MRb

Marshall




msg:4400961
 6:21 pm on Dec 23, 2011 (gmt 0)

Having worked for the Federal Government, it has been drilled into me to be "Politically Correct" during the holiday season. That being said, Happy Holidays to all and I sincerely wish everyone a great New Year.

Now, political correctness aside,

Merry Christmas,
Happy Hanukkah,
Happy Kwanzaa,

and Happy (fill in holiday here) to everyone else. Let's be thankful for the diversity the web allows us.

Marshall

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