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Title: The OFFICIAL Christmas thread
Post by: Lee Richard on December 24, 2004, 12:29:45 pm
Merry Christmas Everyone
and have a Happy New Year!


Cheers
Lee
Title: Santa knows......................
Post by: Alex Schultz on December 24, 2004, 04:58:02 pm
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Title: Re: The OFFICIAL Christmas thread
Post by: Bennett Prescott on December 24, 2004, 09:37:56 pm
Woohoo! It's 9:30 on christmas eve, I've practically got the whole lab to myself... I could go post a reply on every single forum and make all the little lightbulbs turn off! Oh man oh man oh man.
Title: Re: The OFFICIAL Christmas thread
Post by: John Roberts {JR} on December 24, 2004, 10:21:07 pm
Is that the only way you can keep warm...?

JR
Title: Re: The OFFICIAL Christmas thread
Post by: Alex Schultz on December 24, 2004, 10:32:59 pm
It IS kinda chilly in Nashburg right now, about 9 deg.........

Thanks to a buddy who e-mailed the card

Maybe the OSM's definition of "coal" in your stocking if you've been bad.........? Cool

Title: Re: The OFFICIAL Christmas thread
Post by: Tom Reid on December 24, 2004, 10:35:53 pm
I met a man with a dollar, we exchanged dollars, and we each came away with a dollar.

I met a man with an idea, we exchanged ideas, and each came away wiser.

You folks are great.

It 12 here in Chicago.

Merry Christmas everyone.
Title: Re: The OFFICIAL Christmas thread
Post by: John Roberts {JR} on December 24, 2004, 11:01:14 pm
It's even cold down here in MS... but I don't expect much sympathy from my even colder LAB brethren.... at least the days are getting longer.... spring is only 1/2 a winter away  Sad

MC&HNY

JR
Title: Re: The OFFICIAL Christmas thread
Post by: Al Limberg on December 24, 2004, 11:26:49 pm
Perhaps it's a good night to send out some special wishes for those who are battling this cold without the benefits of a warm home or a family nearby.  And while we're sending those wishes out, we might include some thoughts for the folks separated from their families and friends serving overseas and just for one minute forget about our own particular politics and prejudices and look forward to a day when they can enjoy the holiday with their loved ones like we are tonight.

And to all a good night.....
Al
Title: Re: The OFFICIAL Christmas thread
Post by: Lee Richard on December 25, 2004, 11:14:10 am
Christmas is great!

My boss gave me a Leatherman Wave, which is awesome!
The only thing that sucks is that I have to go into work tonite to program some new Robe 575AT intelligent lights for a church service tomorrow, but shhhhhh, I like doing it!

Christmas is Great!
Title: Re: The OFFICIAL Christmas thread
Post by: Andy Peters on December 25, 2004, 05:19:21 pm
I gave my girlfriend a pair of Sony 7506s.  Now she's Official.  Next up: she'll learn how to mix monitors.

Me? I got a Big Knob. (No, not that kind of Big Knob.  Get yer mind outta the gutter.)  I'm gonna put this thing on the console, and wait for all of the stupid questions to start.

I also got the new Wire live DVD/CD set, WIRE On The BOX.  Holy friggin' $DIETY is this amazing.

Santa Claus didn't bring the new Logic Analyzer I asked for, and this old HP16500A's really startin' to piss me off.

--a

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Title: Re: The OFFICIAL Christmas thread
Post by: Brian Bolly on December 25, 2004, 07:46:35 pm
The Knob rocks!  I keep meaning to order one, but I'm actually running out of USB ports on this machine, even with a USB hub.   Confused   But the fact that you can program it to do...well, damn near anything - yeah, that just rocks.  

I like the fact that its blue and the light will pulse.   Very Happy
Title: Re: Santa knows......................
Post by: Chris Hindle on December 27, 2004, 03:59:40 am
Hmmm.
Doesn't the OSM prefer a padded arm-chair for his "work" ??
Best of the season to all, hope the new year brings some "interesting" gigs.
Chris.