Things we could do without for Christmas...

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Re: Things we could do without for Christmas...

Post by realityguy » Thu Dec 22, 2011 2:59 pm

Oh yeah..the excessive christmas carols.. :roll:

There's only a couple worth listening to more than once a season..How could I live with myself without posting this one!..(I did some serious searching of you-tube for finding one without the r-rated videos.. :roll: )
Enjoy and relate.. :mrgreen:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwWN4w2t ... re=related

Fleas knobby dawd!

(Okay..I hope I fixed that link.. :roll: )
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Re: Things we could do without for Christmas...

Post by sudden » Thu Dec 22, 2011 6:18 pm

Checked today like I do every year and guess what! The yule log is back on cable channel 2 :DP:
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Re: Things we could do without for Christmas...

Post by russb » Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:18 pm

Diamond commercials on the boob tube?

I don't have cable, do they really show them now? Dang to be be thirteen again.

:D :D :D

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Re: Things we could do without for Christmas...

Post by realityguy » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:07 pm

News in today's paper...

Speaking of doing without..The Coast guard is forcing the Washington State Ferry System to cut down their maximum capacity of people on the ferry by 250 people..Apparently they say people are getting too fat... :roll:

:lol:
..And for Daddy MnM...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCoGDzKrfXU
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Re: Things we could do without for Christmas...

Post by MrClean » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:17 pm

russb wrote:Diamond commercials on the boob tube?

I don't have cable, do they really show them now? Dang to be be thirteen again.

:D :D :D
Oh they have every channel on that tube and it just makes you remember when you were 13. Looking around the room to see if the coast was clear to sneak a peak in the Sears catalog, Oh My!

Now if you mistype something in google every sort of nature will pop up right on your screen USUALLY with little windows saying "Howdie, wanna chat?" Girls in Jr. High and High school wouldn't generally talk to me and here they just can't get enough of me. In your older teen years, if you somehow found a Playboy, you might as well have just struck oil in your backyard. Anything smuttier and you were Thirsten Howlen with the boys. Today you could drop a case load of Penthouse in the middle of a junior high and the librarian will file them for you but the lads wouldn't bother to pick up a page. Ya, they're all playing Angry Birds.

I don't know if overall that's a good thing or a bad thing. I just know that I'm jealous.
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Re: Things we could do without for Christmas...

Post by ConnieD » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:21 pm

I am looking up YouTube backpacking videos and get uh, that stuff.

I have to right-click AdBlock.
The yule log is back on cable channel 2 :DP:
That makes me wish I had a tv. However, I did get a fake log heater for this winter.

Also I was looking for the tiny lights: I found a fake 6' Christmas tree with tiny lights for the same price.

This is my 1st year, after childhood, with a Christmas tree.

No trees were killed. I also found a treehugger label baseball hat I want to wear, just to annoy Montanans.
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Re: Things we could do without for Christmas...

Post by realityguy » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:30 pm

No trees were killed. I also found a treehugger label baseball hat I want to Christmas, just to annoy Montanans.

Was that made from non-tree items or is it to use on treehuggers that bother you? :o
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Re: Things we could do without for Christmas...

Post by ConnieD » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:35 pm

I have been accused of being a treehugger, maybe because I have "treehuggers" for my hammock.

I am a backpacker, so I must be a treehugger. That is how it is here.

http://www.treehuggerhammocks.com/produ ... uct_id=192&

You be the judge...

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Re: Things we could do without for Christmas...

Post by realityguy » Thu Dec 22, 2011 11:00 pm

:lol: ..I'm sorry Connie I read it wrong.. :oops: ..I thought it said "treehugger labeled baseball bat". :geek: .yeah..I'm wearing the dunce cap tonight. :roll: I even went as far as looking for a bat at the website! :lol:
I do have the tree hugger straps..and made a set of my own also..
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Re: Things we could do without for Christmas...

Post by ConnieD » Thu Dec 22, 2011 11:07 pm

No, problem: I can tell you are located in Washington State.

Hey, check this out.... If you have Netflix. I do.

I was looking for a Christmas movie. I found "Fireplace for Your Home".

It has 1 hour of Crackling Fireplace and 1 hour of Crackling Yule Log Fireplace (includes Christmas music) in HD.

It's like Channel 2. :DP:

In San Francisco, Channel 20 had barking dogs: Woof, woof, woof. Woof, woof, woof. singing a Christmas song.

I don't miss that.

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