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Wishing you a Happy Christmas and a Merry Holiday Dark Wraith!
Beautiful graphic DW, warms the cockles of my lil black heart ;)
Merry Christmas, Dark Wraith!
Merry Christmas, Dark Wraith!
Even though I sometimes give you a hard time you I worship the quick sand you walk on.
merry xmas to you, you scalawag of a wraith.
that's a very nice sentiment on your e-card.
Good morning, Dark Wraith.
Your card is beautiful.
I hope you, and all your readers, have a good Christmas.
good morning dark wraith:
and my very best wishes for you this christmas. may the new year bring you a target rich environment for your curmudgeonly satire. may you enjoy health and more financial ease.
may you see that tiny light go on behind the eyes of at least four students. that would be a very good year indeed.
kishmesh jooni ya'll.
To each and every one of you, Merry Christmas.
Now, where was I before all of this holiday cheer started?
Oh, yes: Grr.
The Dark Wraith struggles to regain form and composure.
A Blessed Holiday to you Dark Wraith.
OK, I can't pull this off with a straight face. That sounds unbelievably hokey coming from me.
Happy Christmas & Merry New Year. There... that's better.
Now, get back to your Grr.
Wishing you great holiday cheer Wraith. My brother fixed a most excellent asparagus wrapped in Italian ham with a French cheese on top, it was really good. So now I feel sure of being visited this night by several Wraiths, past, present and future.
Oh, Kona, I love the comments you have received on your post over at BBB. Great lookin' slippers! Bet you could really slide on a hardwood floor.
Blackdog, I once slid on the hardwood floor directly into a ceramic butter churn and broke my big toe.
Very observant of you.
Merry X-mas, DW. I love your card.
As Krishnamurti and many others have said, we must be a light unto ourselves. That is a comforting thought. We don't have to call the city if our pilot light goes out; it's time for the undertaker, then (smile). I do mean this in an optimistic sort of way!
Indeed, Lisa, the Dark Wraith finds reasons for festive optimism even as he's relighting the pilot after forgetting to turn off the gas valve for a while.
Yes, well, you've sort of got my meaning!
Happy Christmas, honey! And let us both hope that 2008 proves better than our current year. I have high hopes - but they are, as usual, tempered by reality.
Wishing Dark Wraith and his devoted readers the very best for the holidays and coming New Year.
I was gonna link some mainstream newspaper article about what a godawful situation western currencies are in ... but there were too many to pick from. I guess we all know the score, anyway. Damn all this money creation, banks screwing the commoners to stay afloat -- but with the banks in charge of policy, what did we expect? Jefferson was right about the banks being more dangerous than the armies.
This is related, but fun: The Constitution gives no authority for a central bank.
-- "It's our biggest applause line."
It seems Rudy Giuliani is changing his campaign tactics, according to the AP.
... marks a strategy shift as he faces a series of likely defeats in Iowa, New Hampshire and other early contest states...
Guiliani should go mink hunting in Iowa.
Good evening, Wild Clover, and thank you for the link.
That encounter with the skunk, by the way, was not my first close meeting with wild animals in this apartment complex. The raccoons are regular visitors, as are the opossums and the occasional fox. What really weirds me out are a couple of creatures I've seen at night that I could not exactly identify: one of them was this great big, sort of "flat" (that's the only way I can describe it) thing standing at a tree line. It didn't have any particular fear of me, but the feeling wasn't mutual. There was something about that thing that gave me an absolutely primal sense of terror; and that's saying something because I haven't felt that even when I've seen bears. I think it had a lot to do with the fact that it was night, and I had no idea what I was looking at.
Nevertheless, I do plan to stay more aware from now on of what's walking toward me. Last year, a fellow who lives in an apartment not far from mine went barreling out his door one night and surprised a skunk that was right in front of this porch. Whatever it was the guy had been in such a rush to do left his mind completely. Just about everyone on the block heard him cussing and swearing a blue streak, and we smelled the on-the-spot message the skunk delivered to the poor slob.
Life is full of surprises.
The Dark Wraith, for his own part, doesn't care much for surprises.
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