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Drosselmeyer
1 hour ago, Michael Rielly said:

 

That's my favorite line. I use it on my kids all the time. hahaha

That's great - what a fantastic idea - lots of fun !!  

now - in the spirit of your quote - I should get back to work - but I keep getting these fun little "blips" from ClausNet that keep interrupting me... :sc_whistling:

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Felix Estridge

“Everyone loves the sleigh.”

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Santa Ed K
2 hours ago, Felix Estridge said:

“Everyone loves the sleigh.”

rise of the guardians

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Santa Ed K

"four eyed Clyde"

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Drosselmeyer
25 minutes ago, Santa Ed K said:

"four eyed Clyde"

Fred Claus ??

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Santa Bruce Geron
45 minutes ago, Santa Ed K said:

"four eyed Clyde"

A Christmas Story - in the dream sequence of defending the house from Four Eyed Clyde and his gang, I think.

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Santa Ed K
1 hour ago, Drosselmeyer said:

Fred Claus ??

you are correct sir!

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Santa Ed K
54 minutes ago, Santa Bruce Geron said:

A Christmas Story - in the dream sequence of defending the house from Four Eyed Clyde and his gang, I think.

close but no cigar.

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Drosselmeyer

here's another one - from one of my office elves....

"Light the lantern, not the rat!  Light the lantern, not the rat!"

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Tom Berent
15 hours ago, Michael Rielly said:

Shameful. Absolutely shameful.

Miracle on 34th St.,  old version

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Santa Johnny Boy
8 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

here's another one - from one of my office elves....

"Light the lantern, not the rat!  Light the lantern, not the rat!"

Muppet Christmas Carol? It's the only Christmas movie I can think of that has a rat as one of the characters.

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Drosselmeyer
1 minute ago, Santa Johnny Boy said:

Muppet Christmas Carol? It's the only Christmas movie I can think of that has a rat as one of the characters.

you are correct Sir !!

Well done !

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Michael Rielly

Hmmm. Well, it needs work. I have to go.

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Kevin Fast

Hmmm. Well, it needs work. I have to go.

 

Rudolph  (Santa commenting on the elf choir)

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SCSanta

"You should read the new book Mark Twain's writing now."

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Drosselmeyer
3 hours ago, SCSanta said:

"You should read the new book Mark Twain's writing now."

The Man Who Invented Christmas ??

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Santa Johnny Boy
18 hours ago, SCSanta said:

"You should read the new book Mark Twain's writing now."

Is it, "It's a Wonderful Life"?

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Michael Rielly
1 minute ago, Santa Johnny Boy said:

Is it, "It's a Wonderful Life"?

yes!

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Michael Rielly

But maybe he's only a little crazy, like painters or composers or some of those men in Washington.

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Tom Berent
1 hour ago, Michael Rielly said:

But maybe he's only a little crazy, like painters or composers or some of those men in Washington.

Miracle on 34th St. old version where the toy manager is discussing the metal state of Kris Kringle 

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Drosselmeyer

"You called down the thunder, now get ready for the BOOM.  Gaze into the face of fear.  Booga booga!"

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Felix Estridge
1 hour ago, Drosselmeyer said:

"You called down the thunder, now get ready for the BOOM.  Gaze into the face of fear.  Booga booga!"

How the Grinch Stole Christmas with Jim Carey

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Felix Estridge

My favorite quote of absolutely ANY Christmas movie:

"I'm not just a whimsical figure who wears a charming suit and affects a jolly demeanor. You know, I I I'm a symbol. I'm a symbol of the human ability to be able to suppress the selfish and hateful tendencies that rule the major part of our lives. If you can't believe, if you can't accept anything on faith, then you're doomed for a life dominated by doubt."

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Santa Bruce Geron
1 hour ago, Felix Estridge said:

My favorite quote of absolutely ANY Christmas movie:

"I'm not just a whimsical figure who wears a charming suit and affects a jolly demeanor. You know, I I I'm a symbol. I'm a symbol of the human ability to be able to suppress the selfish and hateful tendencies that rule the major part of our lives. If you can't believe, if you can't accept anything on faith, then you're doomed for a life dominated by doubt."

Miracle on 34th Street (1994)

That last line is so moving.

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Santa Bruce Geron
10 hours ago, Santa Bruce Geron said:

"I'm not just a whimsical figure who wears a charming suit and affects a jolly demeanor. You know, I I I'm a symbol. I'm a symbol of the human ability to be able to suppress the selfish and hateful tendencies that rule the major part of our lives. If you can't believe, if you can't accept anything on faith, then you're doomed for a life dominated by doubt."

These are words to live by, especially in these time.

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fat fingers - typo
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