For anyone who has been depressed by the train wreck that was 2020...

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For anyone who has been depressed by the train wreck that was 2020...

Post by Alan Kirk » Wed Dec 23, 2020 2:14 am

... I offer this message of hope.

In two days, now that UTC has ticked over, it will be Christmas day across the world. Granted, with lockdowns many families won't be able to get together the way they usually do, though for some families that may be a positive rather than a negative since virtual egg-nog won't bring out Uncle Freddie's more malevolent side quite as much as the real thing and you won't find Aunty Gladys passed out behind the sofa on Boxing Day morning.

But in a mere three days, there will be something that is all up side... Bing Crosby and Rudolph the gorram Red Nosed Reindeer will be removed from shopping centre Spotify playlists, and you won't hear them again for another 11 months.

:D Now that HAS to be something to be happy about. :D

Seasons greetings and a happy break from work to one and all on the Forum.
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Re: For anyone who has been depressed by the train wreck that was 2020...

Post by gtonkin » Wed Dec 23, 2020 3:49 am

Festive greetings to everyone and their families! Hope 2021 is a great year for all.

@Alan - not sure if you have watched Death to 2020 but looks like it should be good for a laugh.

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Re: For anyone who has been depressed by the train wreck that was 2020...

Post by PavoGa » Wed Dec 23, 2020 3:56 pm

Merry Christmas to All!

And my most fervent wishes for a very Happy New Year!!!

And very heartfelt adieu to 2020. May we never see the likes of you again.
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Re: For anyone who has been depressed by the train wreck that was 2020...

Post by Mark RMBC » Thu Dec 24, 2020 10:24 am

Merry Christmas to all!

And hopefully a Happy New Year

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Re: For anyone who has been depressed by the train wreck that was 2020...

Post by jim wood » Sun Dec 27, 2020 5:25 am

Merry Christmas everybody and fingers crossed for a better new year....
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