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Have fun, y'all, and, of course, look after yourselves. May your 2012 be full of inspiration and glad tidings!

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Right back at cha' Big Guy! A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year!


Happy New Year, but that version is the University of Virginia alma mater.
You'd think that a haven of elitist snobs could do better for a hymn than rewording an ancient drinking song. Then again, that's where Big-Head Ted slummed it for a couple of years (after not being drummed out of Harvard for multiple flagrant honors violations; makes you wonder just how hard it is to be a "Magna" there).


Happy New Year John and family!

I figured out the phonetic translation of the first one, but I think I'll need T's help for the rest. :-)

"We'll take a cup of kindness yet, for old days long gone."

And cheers to ever better days to come.

Dr. Bob:

Happy New Year, John and company here. Best wishes for a prosperous, happy and healthy new year.

So is the donkey "drunk with power"? I like the deer in the Hawaiian shirt hehehe.

My boss has already told me to expect no raises or bonus, and a 10% headcount cut in 2012. Have a all-hands meeting on Tuesday. Meanwhile the stock price and profits are near record highs.



Happy New Year everybody!

"Live as if you were living for the second time and had acted as wrongly the first time as you are about to act now." Viktor E. Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning

Make your future better. Don't hope & wait.


??? It's enough work trying to understand them when they're sober. All I can make out is "Mayo" might be "My jo" slurred {which is "My dear" in one of the "old" languages).

DR. B:

I feel for you. That's the problem we face in perpetuity when corporatism trumps capitalism: "How do we maintain perpetual earnings growth & justify more perquisites for the nomenklatura? Rotate out the senior talent {& seniority pay) & replace them with desperate greenhorns who will work for chump change for a while for the privilege of being that much closer to the chopping block."


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