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post #1 of 31 Old 11-08-2011, 03:26 PM Thread Starter
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What are you wanting for Christmas?

What are you guys wanting from Santa? Not just MC related, but anything.

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post #2 of 31 Old 11-08-2011, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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For those of us with kids, what are looking to get for them?

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I quit my job yesterday. We're moving. It's gonna be a way cheap Christmas for the Lockjaws. Homemade presents? I don't want anything except for me and my family to be happy and living in a new place.

My daughter is stoked on crafts and homemade things. Last year I made her some necklaces and bracelets. Haven't decided this year.




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PS - she is three, so I get off lucky. She doesn't want a car.




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It's better to quit a job instead of getting fired. Where ya'll moving to?

I have no problem with not buying much of anything for myself and my family. None of us need anything. But for some reason we end up getting stuff. My wife tends to get me practical stuff like a new razor or drill or something. She tends to feel the spirit and buy good deals here and there and it ends up being too much stuff for me and the kids. Once she sees how much junk she bought we tend to take stuff back and get gift cards. lol

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A Kawasaki Prism Patch (hint hint)

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I recently bought a used 4-lane slot car track from a guy off a forum. I plan to tack it down to a sheet of wood and then me and fam or kids and friends can quickly set it up on sawhorses out in the garage and have some good ole fun.

I got an old school style scooter on order for them. It's got the aired up bicycle tires and hand brakes. We're outside alot so it should get a lot of use. Google kent kick scooter if you want to see it. We've still got a little bike here that the kids ride that we paid 50 cents for and 2 others we paid $5 for both so I can justify paying more $ for a new scoot.

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Quitting is definitely better. We're not moving far. The cheapest place we can find within a few hours of the Bay Area. I'm gonna be doing freelance writing from home so location don't matter.

LOL, TK, if you're good, you might get some gold instead of coal in your stocking...gonna have to do some prospecting.




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LOL, TK, if you're good, you might get some gold instead of coal in your stocking...gonna have to do some prospecting.
Will this one do???

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Will this one do???
LOL, awesome.




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