Monday, December 24, 2007

The Christmas Break

It is, I am reliably informed, Christmas. I can't speak for Nige - nobody can, nobody ever could, a lot of men tried, a lot of men died - but I am tired and need to take a break from blogging. Thanks to all readers and commenters. I wish you the great good on which all the People of the Book agree - peace.

18 comments:

  1. Happy Christmas, Bryan. I hope you enjoy your well-deserved break! Here's to a saner, happier world in 2008.

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  2. you're going to come back to find 200 comments viciously attacking you for the phrase 'people of the Book'.

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  3. happy christmas, Mr. A. (and nige too)

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  4. Happy Christmas to you and Nige, and to everyone on here.

    By the time we get to Monopoly over the next couple of days there could well be a spot of no-peace over swapping Strand for Marylebone Station.

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  5. I presume that Bryan is referring to the Koran. Or perhaps the Talmud? Or perhaps just 'How to Live Forever, or Die Trying'.

    I'd like to wish everyone a pleasant, relaxing, and revitalising Christmas. For healthy-looking hair.

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  6. Merry Christmas, Bryan & Nige.

    Travel safely. Thanks for everything you do.

    Someone else is passing this link along, but if you don't like tearing up, don't listen: Christmas Canon from Trans-Siberian Orchestra

    Yours,
    Rus

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  7. Many thanks Bryan and Nige for a year of quality blogging. Hope you both have a good break. Merry Christmas etc.

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  8. You're reference to religion however subtle was wholly unnecessary. Bow your head with shame before liberal democracy.

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  9. Merry Christmas, Nige and Bryan. And now I have to figure out the best recipe for roast duckling!

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  10. Bryan, Nige and all, may the Peace of the One be upon you now and in the forthcoming year.

    An' Bryan, shur there is a lovely stretch in the evenings, things can only get better.

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  11. Merry Christmas, Bryan. Thanks for everything.

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  12. Merry Christmas, Bryan and Nige, and fellow ThExpians.

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