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Merry Christmas to all the Slackers here. Thanks for all the enjoyable threads this year. It really has been fun reading posts and finding the answers to so many questions. Being able to help others with the info I've learned is a treat. I know I don't post very often but I like to sit back and listen and let the people around me talk. I take in more that way. And man did I learn alot this year. I just thought I would say thanks and tell everyone to have a great holiday weekend.
P.S. Don't fill up to much on dinner, there's pie!!!
I agree with you all and wish you all --- may be all over the world --- a "merry Christmas!"
And I agree with raska, that it is no question of religion, color, sex, language or other things to have Christmas. The question had been and will be that people understand and accept one another and try everything to stay in peace and to help one another.