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Frank Petrexa

Governor
There is this today from CNN. Supposedly today is "Festivus". Too bad the article had to bring in the shrinks. It's better just to kvetch spontaneously-scripts and analysis spoil the effect.
 

KvK

Tribune
I decided to try to write again. I was feeling bad today. Writing my story and my response to Eul's "How Will You Torture Me?" thread helped me, gave me something active to do.

Thank you to all who expressed their condolences last April when my mother died. It has been a struggle since then, but I think I might make it after all.
 

Eulalia

Poet Laureate
Staff member
I decided to try to write again. I was feeling bad today. Writing my story and my response to Eul's "How Will You Torture Me?" thread helped me, gave me something active to do.

Thank you to all who expressed their condolences last April when my mother died. It has been a struggle since then, but I think I might make it after all.
Thanks to you KvK for saying that. It's good to know that we can help each other here in quite unexpected ways :bdsm-heart:
 

Gibbs505

SERVORUM DOMITOR
I decided to try to write again. I was feeling bad today. Writing my story and my response to Eul's "How Will You Torture Me?" thread helped me, gave me something active to do.

Thank you to all who expressed their condolences last April when my mother died. It has been a struggle since then, but I think I might make it after all.
I don't recall if I answered you, if not please accept my condolences now. I am glad that you have found it in you to start writing again, I know that it helped me in my loss.
 

Apostate

Administrator
Staff member
From a link in the New York Times, a restored and colorized 1897 snowball fight filmed by the Lumieres in Lyon.


From across time, Joyeux Noël . ;)
 

old slave

FELIS RESPICIENS
I wonder why the musicians had music on their stands?
My guess is that for the brass instruments the stand is permanently fixed to the instrument and it would look silly to have an empty stand. The conductor and drummer didn't have music. The woodwind players had the music on an armband, but again I guess to give a consistent look.

Does any mounted band manage to get the horses stamping their feet in time to the music?
 
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