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+3 1. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

Far left F# I think needs tuning. :D
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+1 2. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

Merry Christmas to all my dear snotr friends! <3 Hope you had a wonderful time with friends and family. Here in the US Christmas is only on the 25th, it's back to work tomorrow, but most of you have another holiday to enjoy tomorrow! <3:)
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+1 3. snotraddict commented 1 year ago

Nice. Merry Christmas thundersnow and all of the other SNOTERians and a Happy New Year as well. Another decade closes. Wow.
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+1 4. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

#3 Same to you, snotraddict. Yes, time flies, snotr prevails! Happy New Year to all our snotr friends and admin Geekster! :)<3:squirrel::*
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+1 5. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

#2 Yes Merry Christmas Thunders and everyone on Snotr lets hope Snotr progresses in 2020. It would be very interesting if everyone who visits the site would just for once say hello, so we could see how many people are out there??? You really need to do something about your holidays in the US you know. Typically people are off for five or more days over Christmas, some break up on the 24th and don't return until the 2nd of January. I don't think you get much in the way of holidays (vacations) though the year either do you. When I last work for a company I got 26 days off per year plus around six or more bank holidays on a usual five day 40 hour week. What do you get Thunders? <3<3
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0 6. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

#5 Yes, JJ, vacations are hard to come by for most of us in the US, because companies (employers) are not fond of them, unless they are for themselves of course. We would all have to become politically active and change legislation so there would be laws that the employer would have to abide by. But it's not easy, this is a country built on capitalism and it's very profit oriented. It would take years of effort to change that. And then it might not even pass Congress anyhow, slim chance for success unfortunately. Yes I remember those peaceful dark christmasy days growing up between Christmas Eve and New Years Day where one would eat Christmas cookies all day long and marvel over newly received gifts and spend time with family and friends and catch a show here and there. Sad how rushed things are over here. I get about 2 weeks vacation per year, but that's because I have been with this company for 6 years already, it started with one week per year. If I would leave them and start elsewhere I would start from scratch with one week per year again. What you get and most people in Europe is great, that's how it should be everywhere. <3:squirrel: