Posted by: Paul | 2003/12/17


Well its Christmas time again, a time for spending with loved ones and family, of laughing and giving and receiving. Lets take a moment to acknowlege those that aren't as lucky as us. The old people, disabled, troubled and lonely - I am thinking of all of you guys.

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Dear Paul,
Thank you so much for your characteritically warm and kindly message. Isn't it remarkable how, apart from our enormous body of lurkers, we have so many truly Good people who are regular visitors to this site, and so often able and prepared to help others ? Reassuring when we meet up with the greed and heartlessness of much of the rest of the world Out There !
Paul, I'm sure we will all be thinking of you --- and all our regulars --- and our regular silent visitors ( those who haven't joind the conversdatio yet ! --- may we all have a joyful Christmas, and may we have the New Year we truly deserve --- that'll be a great one for all our readers, and maybe not such a great one for the Saddam's of this world !

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Posted by: Mona | 2003/12/17

Ditto!! Although our problems seem so bad, so big and so unsolvable, there are people in the world with much bigger problems!! People that are dying, people that dont have homes, people with nothing. So yes, to them, have a Merry Christmas and Prosperous 2004! xxx

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