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Postby Land Rover » Sat Dec 04, 2004 12:42 am

Omit needless words.
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Postby Hayduke » Tue Dec 07, 2004 3:23 pm

I'm hoping for a giant, orange, foam rubber cowboy hat with the DP logo on the front. Barring that , I guess I'll get another tattoo.
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What I want...

Postby jonas » Tue Dec 07, 2004 8:26 pm

What I want is a secret...but it knows what it is ;)

Postby mach1 » Sun Dec 12, 2004 4:06 am

Dear Santa

Your mission ....before your sojourn back to the freezing North Pole
....and if you decide to accept it ...is to find me a camera as shown
below...slip down the chimney even while a roaring fire is brewing
and place in a red stocking with my name on it. I have left the
traditional cookies and milk for your enjoyment..hope you dont
mind carob instead of chocolate chip and also rice milk..your
getting a little chubby and want to make sure you fit for next year.

Your only clue to the camera below is that it is could be
a Sanyo. I initialy thought it was cacti but it looks like

You might want to look around the web site too to see see what
else they sell. bon chance!

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Postby DawnC71 » Tue Dec 14, 2004 4:09 am

I want a portable Garmin GPS
a Satellite phone
and a new laptop that can take a good beating and keep on ticking --
then I am out of here and that will fulfill my wishes for the next year or so.
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Trained German Shepard

Postby Romeo247 » Tue Dec 14, 2004 5:55 am

Trained 1.5 Yr Old german shepard trained in all but narcotics detection... and bombs not very cheap but never owning a dog only having them over and sitting for them (loving every min) I need something to care for 24-7 now that my father has passed.... It will be nice to have something to interact with daily who would be willing to give his own life for mine.

Any German Shepard Dog Owners please comment... I love dogs but until meeting my friends trained lab that even follows hand commands I want one.... an animal that listens???? How incredibly cool....
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Secret Xmas Wishes

Postby mach1 » Tue Dec 14, 2004 8:58 am

I know its all about giving so BUT if it werent for the fact that the
cold and rain dissuades me from working out outdoors, and that
I have to
pick up after my self everyday heres what I'd ask for
to keep me in curry all year long

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a years supply of chocolate from:

NOKA is dedicated to the resurrection of chocolate to its noblest form: Pure
Single-Origin, Dark Chocolate. Made with the rarest cacao sourced from exclusive
plantations in Venezuela, Ecuador, Trinidad and Côte d'Ivoire, our chocolates are a true
connoisseur's delight


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a Solo-Flex


and a
German housekeeper


and even with all that I'll
still need this to keep me from getting lost so easily


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