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we open our shit early usually, so I get to start this off.

what did you haul in this year?


my 2 big gifts were rockband, and a print of a dozen or so men from easy company posing in St Marie-du-Mont on June 7th 1944, signed by one man in the photo who is still living (Forrest Guth) and whose camera took the picture

i also got the war memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant, 300 and Superbad on DVD, and Victory Through Air Power on DVD

big score!
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You got a bunch of crap.

Happy holidays ass.

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I already posted on the video game board about my 360 elite and other xbox loot, but I also receieved some other stuff too.

Simpson's Movie
Pajamas
1000 thread count sheets
Overall, Xmas at my parent's was pretty tame this year. My wife made out like a bandit though!

I have one more Xmas today where I'm hoping to score a DS or PC game!

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I got some money (about $600), which I'll either use to buy another laptop, video camera, ps3 or new guitar.
A radiohead ticket for Dublin (not until June but the tickets are already sold out 8) 8) 8) )
Planet Earth DVD (all episodes)
EEE PC laptop
Some new clothes (including Personalised socks!)
6 seasons of Family guy on DVD (full 6 season box set)
Various other miscelleaneous odds and ends

A great haul this year 8)
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chefs knife
mandoline slicer
Green Bay Packer stuff
money
books

and a huggable hangers closet system... my mother shouldn't be allowed to order from HSN

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I got a bunch of cash and assorted gift cards (Best Buy, Guitar Center, Starbucks, and others), some clothes, a book of Bob Dylan tabs and other various odds & ends. Oh, and the Blade Runner Final Cut 5 disc collector's edition.
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21.6" LG monitor
DVD Camcorder
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hmm lets see

homedics massage chair

Saddle
Saddle pad
Tumbler (for my jewelry making)
Some clothes and a pair of boots to match a jacket I have
Movies
Cuisenart Coffee maker
Ring
Ipod Touch
Printer

Some gift certs to Best Buy (yum)

I got spoiled =)
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This is my first year in a very long time where I didn't get anything Techy or Gift Cards. That means no DVD's, Games, or the means to go out and buy the ones I want. It was surprising but not disappointing. I did get some good things.

Believe it or not, I have never owned a Packers jersey with a players name and number on it. As long as I have been here in GB you'd think I'd have at least one. Well I finally got one yesterday. #77 Cullen Jenkins Jersey. His daughter goes to school with my daughter.

I got a few other clothing type items and some Golf stuff. I had to give my family another outlet for items to buy for me. I plan on taking up Golf in 2009 as it is a great way to network with the Partners in my company.

The only unfortunate part now is that I have about 10 DVD's I need to buy myself now. Oh well.

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This year I got:

DVDs (about 20 of them)
Red Alert 3 for 360
PS3 and 2 Blu Ray movies (Dark Knight and Wall*E)
South Park Season 11

I have 2 more Xmas' to go. One on Saturday with my inlaws and the other with my family on New Year's Day when they get back from Disney. I'm not expecting anything over the top from here on out.

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none of you fuckers hear about the recession?
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I'm helping to counter the recession by injecting money back in...

My tech gifts I just gave to myself early...Blu-ray player and iPhone. I got my wife a Nikon D90 SLR camera. She's been wanting a digital SLR for probably like 5 years since we made the switch from a film SLR to a point-and-click digital camera. The kid got all kinds of Iron Man, Batman, Spiderman toys. I got my mom a digital camera, she's been using disposable cameras for too long :) I got my father-in-law a new TV for his living room. Now I'm waiting to see how low/desperate the stores get to try and pick up a new TV for my bedroom and some BD movies. I got Dark Knight and Incredible Hulk for like 20-21 each before Christmas.

BTW, shouldn't we just have a new topic titled LOOT 2008?
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Hrmm probably my fault. I just came out here and saw that Loot was already a topic so I just added on to it. I didn't notice the dates.

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Psyloche wrote:Samsung LN40A650
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This 70 year old biologist I studied wolves with for a few months in Yellowstone sent me a great seasons greetings. It gave me as much or more joy than any particular gift.
Please accept with no obligation, implied or implicit, my best wishes for an environmentally conscious, socially responsible, low-stress, non-addictive, gender-neutral celebration of the winter solstice holiday, practiced within the most enjoyable traditions of the religious persuasion of your choice, or secular practices of your choice, with respect for the religious/secular persuasion and/or traditions of others, or their choice not to practice religious or secular traditions at all. I also wish you a fiscally successful, personally fulfilling and medically uncomplicated recognition of the onset of the generally accepted calendar year 2009, but not without due respect for the calendars of choice of other cultures whose contributions to society have helped make America great. Not to imply that America is necessarily greater than any other country nor the only America in the Western Hemisphere. Also, this wish is made without regard to the race, creed, color, age, physical ability, religious faith or sexual preference of the wishes.

Screw it , I'm not politically correct, so have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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Keverian FireCry wrote:This 70 year old biologist I studied wolves with for a few months in Yellowstone sent me a great seasons greetings. It gave me as much or more joy than any particular gift.
Please accept with no obligation, implied or implicit, my best wishes for an environmentally conscious, socially responsible, low-stress, non-addictive, gender-neutral celebration of the winter solstice holiday, practiced within the most enjoyable traditions of the religious persuasion of your choice, or secular practices of your choice, with respect for the religious/secular persuasion and/or traditions of others, or their choice not to practice religious or secular traditions at all. I also wish you a fiscally successful, personally fulfilling and medically uncomplicated recognition of the onset of the generally accepted calendar year 2009, but not without due respect for the calendars of choice of other cultures whose contributions to society have helped make America great. Not to imply that America is necessarily greater than any other country nor the only America in the Western Hemisphere. Also, this wish is made without regard to the race, creed, color, age, physical ability, religious faith or sexual preference of the wishes.

Screw it , I'm not politically correct, so have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
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Asked for nothing this year, but got a few small items:

-Blender (from my mom after I metioned how much my hands hurt after making potato salad for every family activity we have using around 8-10lbs of potatoes)
-Towels (I have been wanting to replace the many maroon towels I have accumulated over the years)
-FIFA 09 for the 360 (from my sister)
-German Calendar and a couple books (from my grandmother)
-Ceramic and Glass Steins (from my mom's partner)
-a cat (from my dog) This has been an odd addition to the household as the cat follows the dog around pretty much everywhere since it showed back up after the neighbor it lived with moved out a couple months ago. The neighbor has continued to come by looking for her cat and dropping off food whenever she does, but we can never find the cat when she is there.

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Nick wrote:I got some money (about $600), which I'll either use to buy another laptop, video camera, ps3 or new guitar.
A radiohead ticket for Dublin (not until June but the tickets are already sold out 8) 8) 8) )
Planet Earth DVD (all episodes)
EEE PC laptop
Some new clothes (including Personalised socks!)
6 seasons of Family guy on DVD (full 6 season box set)
Various other miscelleaneous odds and ends

A great haul this year 8)
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WTF are you, royalty?
No, thats was 2007...before the recession!

See, told you we needed a LOOT 2008 thread...
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This year Nick got a half burned American Flag and the book collection, "History of Assassination Attempts on U.S. Presidents"

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valryte wrote:
WTF are you, royalty?
No, thats was 2007...before the recession!
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For the most part, I got the same things as last year: cash, gift cards and misc. odds and ends. Nneena and I don't do Christmas for ourselves, but we participate in both of our families' Christmas gatherings and swapping-of-crap-we-don't-need rituals (there would be too much hell to pay if we didn't). Our loot hauls are relatively limited as a result. I'd happily get nothing if one or both of our families would let us pass on the whole Christmas thing.
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Wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

Um, and a bissel carpet cleaner to clean up after the dog we were pet-sitting for my friend who spent two weeks in Taiwan/Thailand. yay...
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I got:

ski jacket
North Face fleece
2 occasional chairs for my new house
pots and pans
pyrex bakeware set
$150 home depot card (that became an 18V Dewalt drill)
Tommy Bahama St. Bart's cologne (i smell good)
a shirt that didn't fit that i'm going to exchange for one that does
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I got:

Gift certificates to REI, Gap, and Ikea ($250 total)
A couple of shirts
A pair of pants
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Cookbook (this is actually really awesome)
Bro-in-law's homemade Elk Jerky and sausage. (best present of the year)

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We can still post in this forum.
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No you can't.
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I am shocked and awed. My brother and Mom hooked me up with a Logitech Harmony One remote w/ PS3 adapter to replace my pile o' remotes! :D

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And a wine aerator! :D :D
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Canelek wrote:I am shocked and awed. My brother and Mom hooked me up with a Logitech Harmony One remote w/ PS3 adapter to replace my pile o' remotes! :D

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And a wine aerator! :D :D
Good man. I've had mine for 2 years now and I absolutely love it.

EDIT: Mine has taken a pretty severe beating from my 2 girls (both under the age of 3) and it still workes great. The grey paint at the bottom has some scratches, but the rest looks like new. So, it's definately durable!
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shirts, of the T and button down variety
leather driving gloves
cold weather running cap and leggings
moisture wicking socks

a great haul =D

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I got a handful of DVDs and money. Also, I graduated college last week, so I'm happier than a priest at a daycare.
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I got a pair of shirts and some cheese.
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shirts, socks, cookbooks, beer, gift cert to a CSA-scheme, an awesome mauviel saute pan that I've been jonesing for for half a year, some cutlery (bringing me up to about ninety gajillion sets), a big fuckoff chinese cleaver, a bottle of Port Askaig 17 and a french rolling pin.
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PS3 + 10ish games
Nikon Coolpix camera
Some DVDs
A little over 1k in cash money (that's pretty much already spent, so it's all a wash, which is good for xmas IMO)

My two girls had an excellent Xmas. My wife got some really nice jewlery (she cried!) and the rest of her her gifts were themed around her wanting to write, so I bought out her Amazon wish list of writing books and supplies. I bought the Rockband 2 kit for my brothers and sisters, and gave my parents the Beatles game. That went over really wel. I was a little nervous about giving my parents a video game, but they ended up playing that all day on xmas.

It was a great year.

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Last year i got some good stuff, like a guitar for the PS3.

This year, nothing!

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My x-mas was gaming almost end to end. Since there is no new hardware cycle, this was wall to wall games.

Uncharted 2
Ratchet and Clank Future : Tools of Destruction
Ratchet and Clank Future : Crack in Time
2x 50$ PSN card (Already picked up GTA: Chinatown Wars for the PSP)
2x 50$ gift cards to Future Shop which I used this morning on their website for the following games:
Halo Wars 20$, Infamous 40$, Brutal Legend(PS3 version cause I downloaded the 1st DLC for free a few weeks back during the promo offer) 40$

Non-Game Related:
A very flavourful type of sea pepper and various spices
A shirt

Aside from MW2 and Borderlands, this catches me up to what I wanted to play in 2k9 pretty nicely.

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We just opened a card from my wife's grandmother that contained a check for a considerable amount of money. This Xmas just went from great to legendary.

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(Already picked up GTA: Chinatown Wars for the PSP)
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A family member shared some of her retirement bonus

I got $10k..(im in awe still)
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I got 4 shirts, and a continued early retirement, so im happy.
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Kitchenaid Stand Mixer
Amazon Kindle (which is pretty cool!)
DJ Hero
Slippers
Some clothes
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Xbox 360 (cod version)
3 Games
50' plasma
Suede Sectional
Gift Certs to 4 restaurants
100 Gift Cert to Home Depot for paint for the condo
Oak entertainment center
Toolbox + 30 random tools
Clothes
Cash money

oh, and I get gifts from my parents today!
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Fairweather Pure wrote:
Canelek wrote:I am shocked and awed. My brother and Mom hooked me up with a Logitech Harmony One remote w/ PS3 adapter to replace my pile o' remotes! :D

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And a wine aerator! :D :D
Good man. I've had mine for 2 years now and I absolutely love it.

EDIT: Mine has taken a pretty severe beating from my 2 girls (both under the age of 3) and it still workes great. The grey paint at the bottom has some scratches, but the rest looks like new. So, it's definately durable!
I just got the PS3 adapter as well. Now I can really control everything with one remote... a dream come true. The retail price on that adapter is highway robbery, though.
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Zamtuk wrote: Toolbox + 30 random tools
seriously? They threw 30 random tools in your box? I'd want a set of some sort so hopefully you'd get the basics!

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The wife and I rarely buy gifts for each other.

We went to Costa Rica this year, just bought a new dish washer, sofa, chairs, coffee tables, end table and dinner table and redid our kitchen cabinents ourselves. Plus I bought her a mini cooper convertable, so I got nothing and neither did she. The kids made out well though.
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