What you did to me was unbelievable, Connor. But then I got stuck in a hell dimension by my girlfriend one time for a hundred years, so three months under the ocean actually gave me perspective. Kind of a M.C. Escher perspective, but I did get time to think.

Angel ,'Conviction (1)'

Goodbye and Good Riddance 2004: Well, I Wasn't Expecting That.  

Every year we watch the Charlie Brown special, do the Snoopy dance, wish everybody a Merry Christmukkah, and thank our Secret Santas in the good riddance thread. Which is this one, in case you were wondering. Oh, and 2004? Don't think we've forgotten about you.

Connie Neil - Dec 09, 2004 7:09:24 am PST #5 of 962

Such a nice thread. Such a pretty title.

It's been a year. More hospitalizations, more health setbacks, but, for a change, we might have found the actual cause of something instead of just treating symptoms. Love them drug side effects.

Mad props and heartfelt thanks to all the Buffistas who have comforted me and kept me sane.

Lilty Cash - Dec 09, 2004 8:01:06 am PST #6 of 962
"You see? THAT's what they want. Love, and a bit with a dog."

Hello, new thread!

I'm putting a prezzie in the mail today! I hope it makes it in time!

Deena - Dec 09, 2004 9:40:39 am PST #7 of 962
How are you me? You need to stop that. Only I can be me. ~Kara

I have finally decided what my secret santee is getting, but it will probably be late getting there since I now have to purchase it, wrap it and mail it and some of it is coming from the interweb. I may send it in two parts.

Anne W. - Dec 09, 2004 9:45:39 am PST #8 of 962
The lost sheep grow teeth, forsake their lambs, and lie with the lions.

The gift for my giftee should (I hope) be done in a few days.

This year has had mixed reviews as far as I'm concerned.

beathen - Dec 09, 2004 10:51:59 am PST #9 of 962
Sure I went over to the Dark Side, but just to pick up a few things.

I already sent my gift. I needed to get that done first so I could figure out with the heck I'm getting my family. I think it's all picked out but I just have to buy the stuff.

2004, in a quick blurb, seemed just that - a blip on the radar and me scratching my head saying "Where the hell did the year go?"

Hayden - Dec 09, 2004 11:17:42 am PST #10 of 962
aka "The artist formerly known as Corwood Industries."

I'm neither secret nor Santastic, but wanted to post to wish 2004 a warily ambiguous don't-let-the-door-hit-you-on-the-ass goodbye. If it's been a year full of both good and bad, was it just a year?

erikaj - Dec 09, 2004 11:17:51 am PST #11 of 962
This machine kills fascists

2004 was like Belzer's routine about country music...I play it backwards I get my dog back, my cat back, my van back, and my country back. But I have done a lot creatively so I'm proud. "You killed my puppy, 2004. Prepare to die!"

Edain - Dec 09, 2004 11:31:51 am PST #12 of 962
"Being hungover is like winning the lottery, except they pay you in regret!" - T-Rex

13! Don't think I can jinx myself any more for next year than I did for this one, but I sure can try!

beathen - Dec 09, 2004 11:34:08 am PST #13 of 962
Sure I went over to the Dark Side, but just to pick up a few things.

My favorite number is actually 13 and really good days happen on Friday the 13th. I'm jealous.

Amy - Dec 09, 2004 2:20:17 pm PST #14 of 962
Because books.

I've never been in the top twenty of a thread before. This makes me unreasonably happy.

My Secret Santa gift just needs to be mailed! I'm so excited about sending it, I keep forgetting I'm getting one, too.