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    Anybody else still need to do Christmas shopping?

    Its Christmas eve and I still haven't bought a single present. I guess I'll head over to Walmart once I get off work today. Then again, Christmas is too commercialized anyway, right?

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    Lol, yeah that's it. Its too commercialized. Somehow I don't think that's going to go over too well.

    On related news I think I heard a stat last night where something like 25% of people in airports traveling to their Christmas destinations are going to buy a gift in the airport.

    Good luck at Walmart and stay safe out there!
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    My OCD and psychopathic tendencies prevent me from ever falling behind in something like this. Got it done weeks ago.
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    There were actually quite a few shoppers out. Procastinators!! I still think that Christmas Eve is the best time to buy. I got $50 of merchandise for $20. Probably much cheaper than Black Friday.

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    ^^Now that's the spirit!
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    There is nothing that Mrs Optimus wants, or needs, so no shopping. Likewise, there really is nothing that she could buy for me. On Christmas we usually go for a nice hike or ride, then cook dinner. Cornish hens tomorrow, sweet potatoes, and cheesecake for dessert. Bought my 19 year old son a new pair of tennis shoes. He's living at home still, I'm paying for his college, he's driving our car with all expenses paid, he gets his cooking and laundry done for free, he works and banks every cent, every day is Christmas for him.

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    I celebrate festivus

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