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Big Thank You for Donations

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I wanted to formally thank those again who donated to tuxmachines' Christmas stocking this year at Texstar's suggestion.

I believe I have included everyone's name on the Wall of Appreciation, but if you donated and your name is not included, could you please write me and let me know?

Thank you for the donations, and big thanks to Tex. Your gestures have made my holiday season much merrier.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all.

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LOL!

HAHA Big Grin Texstar only wants to make up for all the mischievous deeds to get something nice from Santa!

Shut your mouth

AndrzejL wrote:
HAHA Big Grin Texstar only wants to make up for all the mischievous deeds to get something nice from Santa!

You shut your mouth! Big Grin Santa if you are watching, he is the scoundrel who sent me all those naughty email pictures this year!

Iz speaking da truf! :D

Texstar wrote:
AndrzejL wrote:
HAHA Big Grin Texstar only wants to make up for all the mischievous deeds to get something nice from Santa!

You shut your mouth! Big Grin Santa if you are watching, he is the scoundrel who sent me all those naughty email pictures this year!

Dear Santa... Zats a bigbutt lie! Big Grin... well sort of! Big Grin

Re: Big Thank You for Donations

I donated because I <3 this site and <3 Susan. You all should also Big Grin

Thanks for the idea, Texstar. It's sometimes really easy to take sites and the people who run them for granted.

I donated because

I donated because tuxmachines is still the first entry in my address bar drop-down history.

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