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    Re: Happy New Year!

    0817 on the 1st and I'm at work... HAPPY NEW YEAR! lol
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    Re: Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year everyone

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    WTF am I being moderated for?

    I guess wishing everyone a Happy New Year could be a problem ... for no one

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    Re: Happy New Year!

    Quote Originally Posted by CrustySMSgt View Post
    0817 on the 1st and I'm at work... HAPPY NEW YEAR! lol
    Me too man. Me too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS6405 View Post
    WTF am I being moderated for?

    I guess wishing everyone a Happy New Year could be a problem ... for no one
    You are out of control RS, "wishing" everyone a Happy New Year. What's next? Throwing pennies into the fountain at the mall??:biggrin
    Happy New Year!
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    Crusty/SgtS/jshiver15: Thanks for taking care of business a long way from home while the rest of us slackers,,, slack.
    This calls for a delicate blend of psychology and extreme violence. Vyvyan, The Young Ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rizzo77 View Post
    Happy new year, I guess.

    I don't understand the excitement or the celebratory nature of happy new year, but I don't disagree, either. Dick Clark's happy new year, fire works, etc. I dunno; maybe it's a celebration that we who can party have simply survived for another year.
    I'm glad to have survived 2012. Absent certain surgery, I might not have been here to see 2013 in.

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    A snowy Happy New Year from the Land of the Morning Calm (Korea).
    Gratitude is the cornerstone of happiness. It's all about noticing what's RIGHT in our lives instead of what's wrong!" MJ Ryan.

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    Happy New Year!

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    Re: Happy New Year!

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    Happy New Year all.

    It's time for my annual New Year's resolution to stay away from the MT Forum! I've spent way too much time on here and all I have to show for it is two Robert F. Dorr books. They are nice though! (Misson to Berlin is quite a nice read!)

    I'm sure I'll stagger back in here shortly with my tail between my legs...back on the crackpipe, and you'll know rehab has failed once again.

    Here's to a great 2013 to all! Cheers!
    That means you have two-thirds of the World War II books by me that are currently in print, the missing one apparently being "MISSION TO TOKYO." I'll be talking about that one on the radio about an hour from now.

    There is a rehab center for those who want to become recovering Forum users but it's located at the SECRET REBEL BASE and I don't know where that is because it's a secret. Tell me the cure or pass me the pipe.

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