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Old 12-06-2016, 01:25 PM   #1
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It's Festivus Season Again

We put up our Festivus pole today.
We wish you and yours a Happy Festivus Season.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fest...tivus_Pole.jpg
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We put up our Festivus pole today.
We wish you and yours a Happy Festivus Season.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fest...tivus_Pole.jpg
Thanks for the reminder. In some of our local stores, Festivus decorations were up before Thanksgiving ! Then all the little Festivus Craft Fairs were in every park and social hall.!

( If you don't know Festivus, Google Festivus or look on Youtube. It was on 'Seinfeld ' and is not an attack on Christmas, just a light hearted look at our sometimes maddening season. Don't make it political ! ! )

David , celebrating Festivus in Fresno and Sonora
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Festivus for the rest of us. Looking forward to the feats of strength.
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You're making me want some soup!
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Ha, my favorite holiday tradition...the "airing of grievances". Where to begin...
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Art Vandelay, the Marketing Tiecoon, has a special i ternet price on the Fesitvus pole.
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We put up our Festivus pole today.
We wish you and yours a Happy Festivus Season.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fest...tivus_Pole.jpg
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For Festivus, we strung LED lights inside Peanut. All our neighbors put lights on their houses and front trees...but not us, by golly! Now to make that list of how my family members have disappointed me this year...


Later, the feats of "strenth!"
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For Festivus, we strung LED lights inside Peanut. All our neighbors put lights on their houses and front trees...but not us, by golly! Now to make that list of how my family members have disappointed me this year...


Later, the feats of "strenth!"

I hope " Peanut " is not the dog ! LOL DavidG
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maybe old or may not be but I think the re-runs that can still be found are probably not watched...To much good clean humor for the last 2 generations to enjoy....if someone isn't burping for farting or dissing someone it's not funny now-a-days
Keep telling the wife...now-a-days, they're not wrong...we are.... but
I still open doors for my wife and get alot of strange looks.
I still take my cap off when I enter indoors.
And I still stand when I hear the National Anthem.
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Gerry, We watch many reruns and the old black and white movies because of all the new crap that is on TV these days. In the movies listen for the word Swell as in "You are really swell" and other oldtimey words that are not used anymore.
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I hope " Peanut " is not the dog ! LOL DavidG


LOL, thanks, no. Peanut is our 1973 amerigo, refurbished last year from gutted to all electric and very basic...Peanut: one shell, two nuts.


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Art Vandelay, the Marketing Tycoon, has a special internet price on the Fesitvus pole.




Is that imported or exported?
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All I know is that Serenity Now does not work.
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Art Vandelay, the Marketing Tycoon, has a special internet price on the Fesitvus pole.




Is that imported or exported?

He also is involved with Chips !!

" Is that potato or corn ?
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Don't remember the Chips!?!


Of course, those poles must be both imported AND exported...


Serenity Now was an idea that had both come and gone for the Costanzas...


Any ideas what you're serving for Festivus? The Festivus spaghetti or the Festivus Meatloaf, or...? And can you cook it in your FGRV?
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