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    Talking Hey Gary...

    What was it last year?

    "Have a festive, non-denominational, seasonal occurrence"?
    Was that it?

    We must start thinking of setting this to music for next year...

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    Re: Hey Gary...

    Jolly illuminated cone bearing trees.

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    The cocophony of sound created when one jolts a small spherical object made of metal within a larger piece of hollow, flat metal that was bent into the shape of a sphere with openings left for the release of sound waves.

    A time occuring at about 9:47 PM where sound can nolonger be heard by one's ears.

    This action occurs when one being places useless items, as per the necessities of life, upon areas within their shelters in an attempt to impress others of their kind.

    Can you name these songs?


    Sorry, I wasn't here last year so I must have missed the point of the topic...
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    Quote Originally Posted by C J Pro
    The cocophony of sound created when one jolts a small spherical object made of metal within a larger piece of hollow, flat metal that was bent into the shape of a sphere with openings left for the release of sound waves.

    A time occuring at about 9:47 PM where sound can nolonger be heard by one's ears.

    This action occurs when one being places useless items, as per the necessities of life, upon areas within their shelters in an attempt to impress others of their kind.

    Can you name these songs?


    Sorry, I wasn't here last year so I must have missed the point of the topic...
    ok I'll try...

    1) Jingle Bells?
    2) I have no idea
    3) Deck the halls?

    Merry Christmas!

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    If not Jingle Bells then maybe Silver Bells.

    Or maybe i just like this link because it plays when you click on the Christmas songs.
    http://washingtonmo.com/christmas/lyric/1043.htm

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    Re: Hey Gary...

    Quote Originally Posted by moviemaestro
    ok I'll try...

    1) Jingle Bells?
    2) I have no idea
    3) Deck the halls?

    Merry Christmas!
    1) yes

    2) Let me rephrase it:
    A time encompasing the time 9:47 PM during which sound cannot be heard by ones ears.

    3) Yes
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    Yes.

    Now for 3 more.

    1) This piece consists of the name of a famous software programmer and a famous female actor.

    2) Small pieces of fruit (I believe) are place above, in relation to, a jet of plasma erupting from a fuel source consisting of hard multicellular structures.

    3) A highly conductive metal is utilized to create a tone that echoes throughout the structure of a city-scape and brings false hopes of hapiness to those who hear it.
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    1) Ave Maria?
    2) Chesnuts roasting on an open fire?
    3) Silver Bells?

    really, this requires too much thinking today

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    Re: Hey Gary...

    Is #1 Hark the Herald Angels sing?

    Here is an interesting perspective on Christmas Trees:
    http://www.thisgardenisillegal.com/2...christmas.html

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