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Saturday, 27 December 2003
Top Ten Christmas Ho Ho Hos
Mood:  happy
Q. What's the best thing to put into a Christmas pudding? A. Your teeth
Q. Who is never hungry at Christmas dinner? A. The turkey, he's stuffed.
Q. What was the answer to "Mom, can I have a budgie for Chrismas?" A. "No, you'll have a turkey like everyone else."
Q. What did the big Christmas cracker say to the little Christmas cracker? A. My pop is bigger than yours.
Q. What does Dracula put on his Christmas turkey? A. Grave--y
Q. How do you make Santa Claus Stew? A. Keep him waiting all day.
Q. Why didn't the Christmas turkey taste good? A. It was "foul."
Q. Which of Santa's reindeer also works on Christmas Day? A. Cupid
Q. How did Santa get two black eyes at Christmas dinner. A. Someone gave him a couple of punches.
Q. Why didn't Santa's reindeer eat Christmas dinner. A. He ate it all himself that why he's fat.
Zen Happy Jokers
The Funnies Of Cartoon World

Posted by qualteam at 8:34 PM EST
Updated: Saturday, 27 December 2003 8:38 PM EST
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Friday, 26 December 2003
Have Happy Boxing Day
Mood:  lucky
It's now time "to fight" for the best deal that one can get on consumer products. Fight the retail stores and the manufacturers: not other customers. That isn't how "Boxing Day" got its name, but I like the above definition anyway. May you end up a winner today and during "Boxing Day Week and "Boxing Day Month".
What Is Boxing Day?

Posted by qualteam at 10:31 AM EST
Updated: Friday, 26 December 2003 10:36 AM EST
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Thursday, 25 December 2003
Movie Review 57: A Christmas Carol(1951)
An old miser discovers the meaning of Christmas after encounters with four spirits(Marley included). Still the best Christmas movie ever made. Wonderful performance by Alastair Sim as Scrooge. Four stars

A Merry Christmas to you and your family. Thanks for visiting our blog and websites.
More Reviews On A Christmas Carol

Posted by qualteam at 10:42 AM EST
Updated: Thursday, 25 December 2003 10:46 AM EST
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Tuesday, 23 December 2003
The Christmas Story(Meeting Jesus)

When I was 7 or 8, I saw my first Christmas story at Holly public school near Barrie Ontario. While Christ's birth was an interesting story in itself, it was the carols that seem to bring the play to life. It's as if we were all there in Bethlehem 2000 years ago.

All Good Christmas music, right up to "The Christmas Shoes" seems to evoke a real emotional event. Indeed, it seems that memory can be stimulated by compelling lyrics and melodies. What do you think?
The Christmas Shoes

Posted by qualteam at 7:35 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 23 December 2003 10:28 PM EST
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Monday, 22 December 2003
A Vision Of Christmas World

The first heaven of Jesus Christ was created from the hopes of dreams of children. Children have an incredible perception of a world where peace, magic and Santa Claus exists. To an adult population, this intuitive sense of an eternal reality is trivialized as mere fantasy. Yet the Christmas traditions of gifts, lights, carols and magical elves endure like none other.

The desire of most of us is to create a world where "Peace On Earth And Good Will Towards Man", actually exists. That place isn't present time Earth but it's the first heaven of Christ. We contact some part of it at Christmas time each year.

Posted by qualteam at 10:34 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 23 December 2003 12:21 PM EST
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Sunday, 21 December 2003
The Top Ten Boogers Of The 50s And 60s
1. Ed Wood 2. Captain Video 3. The Horror Of Party Beach 4. Howdy Doody 5. Honky, The Christmas Goose 6. Davey Crockett Hats 7. Mickey Mouse Ears 8. The Singing Nun 9. Hula Hoops 10. Fabian Forte

Do you have your own list of loveable boogers from some decade. Let me know.

Posted by qualteam at 8:21 PM EST
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Saturday, 20 December 2003
Ten Top Expressions From The 50s And 60s
1. You're a cool dude, daddy-o 2. Give me some skin. 3. It's "ya big". 4. She gives me "a woodie". 5. Have you ever had "poontang" for dinner? 6. He's got Russian hands and Roman fingers. 7. Would you like "cow pie" for desert, sir? 8. Keep doing that and you're "cruisin' for a bruisin". 9. I haven't seen you in a "coon's age". 10. You'll have to cure your daughter of "potty mouth".

What's Poontang?
Somebody's Idea Of Safe Sex
How Old Is A Coon?
A Potty Mouth Website
Cowpie In The Eye
A Fur Burger To Go
Diving For Muffs In Newfoundland

Posted by qualteam at 11:05 PM EST
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Friday, 19 December 2003
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Posted by qualteam at 10:40 PM EST
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Thursday, 18 December 2003
My Top Ten Christmas Drinks
1. Milk 2. Rum and Eggnog 3. Ice Wine 4. Crown Royal and Canada Dry 5. Pineapple Rum Breezer 6. Vodka and Juice(Any Kind)7. Tim Horton's Coffee 8. Southern Comfort 9. Adam's Ale 10. Molson's Canadian Beer

Other Christmas Drinks

Please don't fry your brain on alcohol or other substances.

Posted by qualteam at 9:51 PM EST
Updated: Thursday, 18 December 2003 9:57 PM EST
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Wednesday, 17 December 2003
Earth Can Be A Magical Place
As we all know, children can believe in just about any alternate reality that can be imagined. Animals can talk, Peter Pan can fly and Santa Claus can deliver presents to all the children on earth in one night. Are children crazy because they believe in an inner vision? Few would say yes.

It is my theory that children mix experiences from other lives with their imagination in this one. They see other worlds because they've been to other worlds.

As organized religion grew, magic was banned in many places. Witches were burned at the stake. Wise men who suggested that individuals could develop their spiritual powers were branded as cult leaders.

Isn't magic and fantasy more popular than ever?
Yes Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus
The World Of Lord Of The Rings

Posted by qualteam at 9:30 PM EST
Updated: Wednesday, 17 December 2003 10:08 PM EST

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