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Happy Holidays!



Wishing everyone a very happy holiday season!

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Anonymous said…
just say Merry Christmas. 99% of the people reading this blog probably celebrate Christmas so can we just forget the political correctness?
Anonymous said…
Anonymous, I happen to celebrate Festivus, thank you very much!
Anonymous said…
no you don't, cut the crap and get back to opening your Christmas presents.
Jeff Senley said…
Merry Christmas to all.

Jim, thank you for running a very valuable community asset in this blog.
Anonymous said…
Here's to looking for a better year for P-Ville in '09. Let's see less traffic, more stores, and more prosperity!
Anonymous said…
Ditto to the previous poster (not that 2008 was such a bad year)

Let's see:
1) more ethnic restaurants (sorry, Irish pubs don't count, no offense)
2) less drug dealers
3) more access to public transit
Mike said…
where are all these drug dealers? I keep hearing about prostitutes and dealers but I never see them. Am I just that blind/ignorant? Are we talking about the downtown area?

Not that Im looking to score or anything. HA
Anonymous said…
When I was growing up, "Happy Holidays" referred to the two holidays of Christmas and New Year's because you didn't see some people again until after those holidays were over (when you returned from your break from school or work).

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