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The Holidays

warm, fuzzies
48% (236 votes)
fun, parties, yippee
16% (80 votes)
suck, suck, suck
36% (178 votes)
Total votes: 494

WOOT PARTIES

I like parties....specially new years partys...funfunfun

re: Holiday poll

Hard to believe so many Ebenezer Scrooge's are part of the Tuxmachines community.

Skiing, time off, parties, cake, gifts, snow, sledding, spiked eggnog, gifts, snowboarding, low expectations of doing anything productive yet still clocking in, drinking, office parties, cookies, and did I mention gifts? - what's not to love?

re: The Holidays

eh, geeks don't go to many parties, do they?

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