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Torrent
13.11.2005, 20:16
Yeah, it feels like Xmas to me. If you catch my drift. XD

lis8910
13.11.2005, 21:28
what are you talking about????????:confused:

chadahoochy
13.11.2005, 21:55
Not really

Torrent
14.11.2005, 01:31
DT's Release. I will continue to wait if they don't release it. I'd just buy another copy of TM:SU. My old one broke, I made a back up before it did.

OnHeL
14.11.2005, 05:23
Nah, Thanksgiving

Methadon
14.11.2005, 05:46
Doesn't feel like it at all.

Hakira
14.11.2005, 05:58
Nope, I dont feel it, Although it could be because I havent had thanksgiving yet.. so it doesnt for me...

scaramonga
14.11.2005, 06:17
It does......in 2007..........:D

Mystique
14.11.2005, 06:43
Nope, I dont feel it, Although it could be because I havent had thanksgiving yet.. so it doesnt for me...

What is Thangsgiving ^^ ;)
<<-- German :p

I know what he is meaning, but it feels like X-mas and Birthday together when v4 will be finished *just my humble opinion* ;)

Torrent
14.11.2005, 07:47
I meant about the DTv4 release. That's all. I can wait though.

ß
14.11.2005, 07:53
sorry to inform you dude but the grinch stole xmas yet again,,,
expect another.......








.......d e l e y

Noisy
14.11.2005, 11:35
Well if DT4 is releaded to day it will feel like all my birthdays and christmas's have come at once and the one reason being that all the hard work produced by the DT4 team will have the Starforce team banging there head off the toilet whilst flushing there crummy invasive protection down...!!:D and it will be like christmas because all the games we get to play..!!!
for freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee:D

Hakira
14.11.2005, 15:22
What is Thangsgiving ^^ ;)
<<-- German :p

I know what he is meaning, but it feels like X-mas and Birthday together when v4 will be finished *just my humble opinion* ;)

Thanksgiving is a haliday we celerbrate in the US, baiscly its when the pilgrims from england landed on plimith rock and started a settlement, ACA the birth of the US. Well the pilgriims werent the best setterlers so they had gotten help from the native people, Native Americans, the "Indians". they became friends with the Native Americans. And in november its a type of harvies celebration for the native americans so they brought the pilgrams food like, turkey, phesent, yams, corn... lots of food. And the pilgrams said thanksgiveing.

So what we celebrate today is when all our famalys get together and eat a big meal, consisting of our ethinc dishes and the same food the pigrams ate(sometimes prity sure that they didnt have caned food...).

Methadon
14.11.2005, 15:35
I meant about the DTv4 release. That's all. I can wait though.
Did you actually expect that we would understand that?

RJARRRPCGP
16.11.2005, 08:25
sorry to inform you dude but the grinch stole xmas yet again,,,
expect another.......








.......d e l e y

It has been feeling like December here, because the temperatures were roller-coastering. One day would be not bad, then the next day, struggling to get less than +10 degrees above the freezing point!!

Underheaven
16.11.2005, 09:41
Though this is a really silly thread I feel obliged to post this link (though it expires Nov. 17th for non emarketer subscribers):

web url: emarketer.com/Article.aspx?1003684


Based on a recent poll by GMI, US consumers tend to believe the holiday shopping season starts pretty early. Almost 50% of those polled in the US felt that the season started two months or more before Christmas. Canadians and Australians also get off to an early start.

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