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  • Happy? New Year!

    Here's to all you wheaters, may 2021 bring you vaccines, jobs , great sex, travel and prosperity.

    Oh , and would it be too much to ask for a NCAA Tournament Championship to make up for the one we lost last year?

    Stay safe everyone! See ya next year! ( I had to say it, since I'm not at the office to say it on my way out)

  • #2
    Because of COVID, I'm spending New Year's Eve alone in my apartment watching Guy Fieri on Triple D.


    (Most years, I'd spend New Year's Eve alone in my apartment because I have no social life, but this year it's due to COVID).

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    • #3
      MissTC we'll all be your new years eve date. We promise to keep the door to Gard's dungeon locked so it should be safe.

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      • #4
        It’s hard to beat Triple D for seeing food I can’t possibly prepare. In a previous life I used to play piano in a New Years Eve band (ballroom dancing type, Big Bang music). Never thought I would miss it, but it would be something to do. Stay safe and have a Happy New Year.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MissTCShore View Post
          Because of COVID, I'm spending New Year's Eve alone in my apartment watching Guys Fire on Triple D's.


          (Most years, I'd spend New Year's Eve alone in my apartment because I have no social life, but this year it's due to COVID).
          Sounds amazing!

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          • #6
            Happy arbitrary day in the time continuum, at an interval defined by the orbit of one small planet in the universe since the last similar arbitrary day!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by GardArmighty View Post
              Happy arbitrary day in the time continuum, at an interval defined by the orbit of one small planet in the universe since the last similar arbitrary day!
              Well, it's not completely arbitrary. Originally the "New Year" would have been the same as the winter solstice. Of course, with changes in the calendar, over the years it got off a bit. I think we should adjust our calendars so that January 1 coincides with the Winter Solstice.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by MissTCShore View Post

                Well, it's not completely arbitrary. Originally the "New Year" would have been the same as the winter solstice. Of course, with changes in the calendar, over the years it got off a bit. I think we should adjust our calendars so that January 1 coincides with the Winter Solstice.
                It's relatively arbitrary.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by GardArmighty View Post

                  It's relatively arbitrary.
                  Maybe it's arbitrarily relative.

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