It's funny you should mention about how long Christmas lasts... I was making dinner tonight and there was an advert on television encouraging people to start planning for Christmas 2003... A whole 13 months away! *grumbles*
I doubt people in the UK at least will be grumbling less about the Government, especially due to the fire strikes which are planned for most of December.
But I will not dwell on such things and instead be cheerful and spread the Christmas spirit. So here is my X-Mas wishlist:
- The Perl CD Bookshelf V 2.0 Becuase I have the Llama but none of the other books. :( (£60.23)
- A Black PerlMonks Mug Because I can't seem to find any available from anywhere. The Everything Development company isn't selling products anymore.
- To spend Christmas with the one I love. (priceless.)
Rozallin J. Thompson
The Webmistress who doesn't hesitate to use strict;
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