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Dec 25 2012 4:50pm
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Happy Holidays from Boosh!
Article Contents:
  • Introduction
  • Christmas Deck
  • Chanukah Deck
  • Kwanzaa Deck
  • Dickens' A Christmas Carol Deck
  • Conclusion

Season's Greetings my fellow planeswalkers and planeswalkettes! 'Tis the season for my jolly ol' St. Johnny to come out and unfurl a stocking filled to the brim with wackiness, MTGO style. This is my first attempt at a holiday special edition article, so here's hoping it's fun for the whole Magic-slinging family. Also, all the artwork and stuff, especially the pic of me as a version of Hermie the elf, are all originals done by yours truly, so don't steal or use 'em for anything! Thanks so much!

I'm not all too religious, personally, but I grew up with Christmas and now that I have a 7 month old, it's hard not to be in the spirit of the season. I powerblast Xmas tunes and watch Xmas movies with my wife and drink lactose free eggnog and life is darn good. My love of my lil' family is followed secondly by my love of Magic the Gathering, so I thought to m'self, self-- this year Imma make a holiday article.

In order to not attune solely to my own WASP-y heritage, I went ahead and made a Hannukah and Kwanzaa deck to make sure all major winter holidays are represented. I have taken great pains not to be offensive to any religion in my explanations or deck builds and will explain howso before each deck. I am sorry Festivus and Winter Solstice are not represented, but I went with the Hallmark staples.

This isn't in the category of Budget Builds, so sorry for that. It's more for the fun factor, but I am sure some of you could build these decks if you wanted, some aren't even all that expensive, but the Dickens Deck is pretty costly. Ironic, considering Scrooge's penchant for hoarding coin.

So grab up some glutenfree sugar cookies and some kosher latkes, put on your kente/kaftans, and prepare to be holiday dazzled, MTGO style.

So, for the Xmas Deck, I took inspiration from various sources but heavily from Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, and Santa Claus is Coming to Town, the Rankin and Bass classics. I totally wanted the deck to be red and green but when I went with 100 card singleton white became a natural fit. Besides, white is the color of snow and the trim on Santa's suit and his beard... you get the idea.There are no deer or reindeer in Magic but there are Antelope and Elk and they are found in the colors of white and green, so they became my 9 reindeer.

Xmas Iconography Magic Card(s) Notes
Young Santa Claus Dwarven Thaumaturgist From Rankin and Bass' Santa Claus is Coming to Town, see visual comparison above.
Old Santa Claus Master of the Wild Hunt I deliberated and debated over what Mtg card signified St. Nick. I wanted it to be visually someone with a white mustache/beard who looked old but not feeble, and wasn't gaunt. A green or red card. I decided on the Master because he had a badaxe look about him. Like a Warrior -Santa Claus. He gives you gifts of Wolves and Pain!   
Young Mrs. Claus (Jessica) Lovisa Coldeyes How freaking much does Lovisa look like Jessica from Santa Claus is Coming to Town?
Mrs. Claus Mother of Runes Easy choice here.
Frosty the Snowman Goblin Snowman I'd be silly not to include this in the deck.
Dasher Gang of Elk I discussed reindeer up above before this table. 
Dancer Dawntreader Elk There is no rhyme or reason to elk/antelope choice vs. reindeer name...
Prancer Graceful Antelope ...Except this one. Prancer seems like a Graceful Antelope.
Vixen Grazing Gladehart If we weren't talking about deer I'd have said Argothian Enchantress. Hubba hubba.
Comet Great Sable Stag Reindeer... so Shivan Meteor and Comet Storm are out of the question.
Cupid Emerald Oryx ...Not the chubby cherub in charge of arrows and regrets on St. Valentine's...
Donner Glimmerpoint Stag Synergy-wise, flicker out your Abominable Snowman or a land for Vixen.
Blitzen Axebane Stag Blitzen is Santa's enforcer.
Rudolph Hidden Stag Rudolph tried to hide from the other reindeer in the movie.. get it? GET IT!
Hermie Rhys the Redeemed The outcast dentist redeems himself in the eyes of the other elves by the end of the movie.
Yukon Cornelius Yavimaya Barbarian Peppermint! What I've been searching for all my life! I've struck it rich! I've got me a peppermint mine! Wahooooo! 
King Moonraiser Spirit of the Hearth Ten frakkin' points if you get this.
Abominable Snowman / Bumble Stalking Yeti Bumbles bounce!
Santa's Elves Boreal Druid
Rofellos, Llanowar Emissary
Hunting Triad
Santa has elves in his workshop. Try and keep up.
Christmas Trees Singing Tree
Tree of Redemption
Utopia Tree
O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree,
How lovely are thy branches!
Not only green when summer's here
But in the coldest time of year. 
The Star Tree Topper Chromatic Star Star on top of the Xmas tree.
Presents / Gifts Gift of the Gargantuan
Gift of Estates
Credit Voucher
Presence of the Wise
Presence of Gond
Presence of the Master
Get it.. Presence... Presents? HOHOHO So either cards with Presence or Gift in the title... Lifegift goes great with Grazing Gladehart...Presence of Gond makes more elves for Santa's workshop...Presence of the Master has an ominous foreboding of Santa's dominion over his elf slaves, and also deck-wise we are not rolling with a lot of enchantments so it actually works in the deck. Credit Voucher is awesome because it can symbolize giving a giftcard, IOU, check for cash, or gift certificate. Presence of the Wise could even mean the Wisemen's presents (gift of the Magi)!
Toys Kyren Toy
Squee's Toy
Journeyer's Kite
Teferi's Puzzle Box
Stuffy Doll
Creepy Doll
 Toys, Dolls, Kite, Puzzles.
Santa's Sleigh Auriok Siege Sled Too easy.
Advent Calendar Stone Calendar Just a perfect fit.
White Christmas Whiteout That's right. And if your kids give you any lip you can beat them with a sack of Valencia oranges. It won't leave a bruise and it'll let 'em know who's boss. There's no doubt about it. 
Winter is Coming Cover of Winter
Winter Blast
Winter's Grasp
Obligatory Game of Thrones reference. Read the books, though, kids! Christmas is in winter, so, ya know, Holiday theme!
Winter Time Fun Goblin Sledder
Snow Fortress
Plow the Snow Plow Under
Phyrexian Snowcrusher
The Snowcrusher is a giant plow!
Xmas Dinner Hunters' Feast  ...and the Grinch himself--he even carved the roast beast.
Baby Jesus Crib Swap  Child of Alara is too babycreepy to represent Jesus. 
North Pole / Santa's Workshop Into the North 
Thawing Glaciers
Glacial Chasm
Ice Floe
Arctic Flats
Scrying Sheets
Mishra's Workshop 
North Poley locations; Mishra's Workshop is Santa's workshop. 
Christmas Wishes Make a Wish Imagine Christmas wishes
shooting out of your eyes
A candy cake full of snow dreams
A stocking full of smi-hi-hiles
It's a Jordan Christmas! 
Christmas Church Services Preacher
Priest of Titania
War Priest of Thune
Usually if you are religious-- sometimes even slightly, you feel like you gotta go to church, what with the whole actual meaning of Xmas being the birth of baby Jesus. For some, church is an integral part of Christmas celebrating. Not me personally, but for others yes.  
Jingle Bells Village Bell-Ringer
Junkyo Bell
Temple Bell
Jingle bells, Batman smells, Robin laid an egg.
The Batmobile lost its wheel and the Joker got away...
If You're Naughty... Shower of Coals  He sees you when you're sleeping...
The Truth of It... Mercy Killing 

By the end of the excessive shopping, and baking, and tearing your hair out, and keeping your kids in line, and hanging lights, and finding the one light that's out that is shorting your whole string of lights, and having the cat knock over your tree, and you drop one ornament and it shatters into a thousand shards (of alara) that takes half a year to find and clean up, and then your kid poops himself on Santa's lap and you spend all month painting an epic scene from Star Trek: First Contact  for your best friend only to find out he has to go to Virgina for Christmas so you won't see him for 3 weeks anyway and you could've taken more time to paint it and have been less stressed.... well then all you really frakkin' frazzled, and ready for a Mercy Killing.

Synergy-wise, Mercy Killing makes more elves for your elf sub-theme.

Misc. Gemstone Mine
Grove of the Burnwillows

Gemstone Mine --- what Yukon Cornelius is searching for!

Grove of the Burnwillows --- a lit up forest, or, symbolizing Christmas trees. 

Why Phyrexian Dreadnought? Phyrexian Dreadnought Phyrexian Dreadnought is the symbolic representation of all Christmas. You sacrifice so much to have a good Christmas -- money, time, energy. 12/12 represents 12 days of Christmas, and CMC1 represents the fact that even though we talk about the 12 days of Christmas, We all really only care about 1 day, the 25th.

Springleaf Drum could have gone into here to represent the Little Drummer Boy. If this deck had black or blue in it I'd include either Kezzerdrix or Vizzerdrix to represent the Velveteen Rabbit. There are probably tons of other cards that could have worked here, but I wanted the deck to be somewhat playable.

A Few Synergies:

Use elf tokens to sacrifice to Phyrexian Dreadnought, or... cast the Dreadnought then when its whole-murders-itself thing goes on the stack because you didn't sacrifice things to it, cast Mercy Killing at Instant speed targeting the Dreadnought, and get 12 elf tokens for the price of 4 mana.

Use Stalking Yeti with Stuffy Doll. Use Master of the Wild hunt with Stuffy Doll.

A lot of elf tokens means Junkyo Bell is more effective. Since most elf tokens are actually elf Warrior tokens, Lovisa Coldeyes is actually useful.

Have fun beating down your opponent Christmas style! You can shout things like "Bet that really jingled your bells!" & "Deck the halls with balls of... PAIN!" You get the idea.

So I have a few very good Jewish friends, and I didn't want my silly Magic article to offend anyone or anyone's religion. Two of my Jewish pals actually play Magic/MTGO. David's online name is Hyjinxthemule and Moshe's is Jareth. Both of them have signed off on this deck as nonoffensive, and David even let me break down the deck piece by piece to make sure it was kosher (drum roll/cymbol crash/tip your waitresses).

I wanted the deck to be blue and white, to be Hanukkah colors. Not every card choice to represent the holiday fit into these two colors, so I ultimately broke down and decided to include red in the build. Red is still festive, but not Chanukah-y, but it is the color of fire and flames, and Hanukkah has a whole lot of candle-lightin'.

Candelabra of Tawnos is the Menorah, the most widely recognized symbol of Chanukah. So, it wasn't enough for me to just include the candelabra in the deck and call it a day, we needed a way to actually make the Candelabra useful. My solution was to add the common Ravnica block lands that tap for two instead of one mana. Once you have a bunch out--say 6 of them, you'd have 6 lands that tap for 12 mana. If you pay 6 mana to the Menorah, and untap those 6 lands, you still have 6 mana floating, and you can tap those lands again for another 12 mana--thus netting you 18 mana total out of 6 lands. Using this excess mana is key to the stratagem of the deck, and also symbolizes how, during Chanukah, the fable goes that they stretched one day's worth of oil into eight days. Hanukkah is all about stretching your resources.

Candles' Glow + Candles of Leng are the candles for your Menorah. Rekindled Flame is for lighting your Chanukah candles (and has a candle as its picture). Burning Oil represents the oil that lasted eight days. Tidings represents Hanukkah gelt, both chocolate and real money gifts. Sensei's Divining Top = the dreidel. Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel, I made you out of Primal Clay. Musician + Songstitcher represent singing special Hanukkah songs, such as Ma'oz Tzur.

David and Moshe suggested my inclusion of trinkets and baubles (Wayfarer's Bauble, Trinket Mage) was quite appropriate considering you usually get small presents for Chanukah, since the presents are spread out over eight days. Sorcerer's Strongbox represent a traditional wrapped gift, and you can even use some Holiday gelt to do the coin flip. Many of my Jewish friends didn't get big gifts for Hanukkah, growing up and were envious of the fact I got Ninja Turtle Tabletop Hockey or a Sega Saturn. Hence, Gifts Ungiven.  

Chanukkah is an eight-day Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple (the Second Temple) in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt of the 2nd century BCE. If you didn't know this, you should be aware that, akin to Christians feeling guilted into got to Church on Christmas, Hebrew peoples are guilted into attending Temple. Both of these reasonings should make the card inclusions of Temple Acolyte, Deserted Temple, & Svyelunite Temple seem pretty logical. Deserted Temple even goes along with the common-Ravnica-block-doublemana-lands/Candelabra combo-theme detailed above. 

Final card choices & explanations:
Ghitu Fire - Fire lights candles = Holiday justification. Using the Candelabra/Izzet Boilerworks combo produces extra mana. We need uses for this extra mana.
Oracle of Nectars - Nectar is fairly commonly a synonym for Alcohol. If libations aren't a part of your winter holiday, or at least part of someone you know's winter holiday, then I don't know what Earth you're standing on. That's our Holiday justification. Using the Candelabra/Izzet Boilerworks combo produces extra mana. We need uses for this extra mana.
Solemn Simulacrum - while not directly Hanukkah themed, Jewish heritage, mythos, and religion are distinctly tied to the concept of the Golem. David and Moshe both signed off on the golem inclusion as a clever way to include one of my all time favorite Magic cards.
Lorthos, the Tidemaker - Phyrexian Dreadnought is our unequivocal metaphorical representation of Xmas, as explained up above. Lorthos is our Chanuka. He's 8/8 for 8 mana, and his triggered ability requires 8 colorless. This metaphorically represents the 8 days of Chanuka. He taps things down, and ties up resources (both on your end with the 8 colorless you are spending & on your opponent's field because their stuff is now tapped down) which translates to: scarce resources. You know who had scarce resources? Jewish peoples trying to make 1 day of oil last 8 whole days. In terms of the deck build, the eight colorless can be paid using your Candelabra/Izzet Boilerworks trick.

Further Deck Breakdown:
The Hanukkah deck actually plays out as a control deck. You use your various card-draw spells, land-grab spells, deck-sifting and so on to get to your Candelabra and start comboing for extra mana. Use this mana for Lorthos, Ghitu Fire, Oracle of Nectars and the culmative upkeep costs of the (Musicans). Use Lorthos and the Musicians to tap down opposing threats; you want to gain life and stall your opponent until you can successfully burn them to death or beat them to death with Lorthos. Happy Hanukkah!


Dear Readers,

Before I wrote this article, in all honesty, I knew around 10% of what Kwanzaa actually was-- and around most of that knowledge came from Futurama and Kwanzaabot. The only truth I really knew about Kwanzaa was that I was/am far too white for Kwanzaa to even be on my radar. Since then, I embarked on constructing this deck-- so I had to do more research. I chose the time-tested accuracy of Wikipedia. So if this whole thing is monstrously wrong, please blame the user-created content of Wikipedia, and don't tell Rev. Al Sharpton that I am the culprit here. Pretty much everything technical about this holiday written after this paragraph is stolen from the Kwanzaa Wikipedia entry. 

So firstly, I learned, like Hannukah, one of their symbols is a candelabra like the Menorah, called the Kinara (Candles of Leng). Another symbol of Kwanzaa is a communal chalice for libations, which is represented here as Chalice of the Void and  Wine of Blood and Iron. Yet another one of their symbols is a flag (Jabari's Banner), which is black, red and green. BAM! hello deck colors! Let's slap this deck firmly in Jund... which I did (see deck list above). Kwanzaa has seven days in its celebration, and each has a meaning:

Each of the seven days of Kwanzaa is dedicated to one of the following principles, as follows:

  • Umoja (Unity): To strive for and to maintain unity in the family, community, nation, and race.
  • Kujichagulia (Self-Determination): To define ourselves, name ourselves, create for ourselves, and speak for ourselves stand up.
  • Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility): To build and maintain our community together and make our brothers' and sisters' problems our problems, and to solve them together.
  • Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics): To build and maintain our own stores, shops, and other businesses and to profit from them together.
  • Nia (Purpose): To make our collective vocation the building and developing of our community in order to restore our people to their traditional greatness.
  • Kuumba (Creativity): To do always as much as we can, in the way we can, in order to leave our community more beautiful and beneficial than we inherited it.
  • Imani (Faith): To believe with all our hearts in God, our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders, and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.  

I used these principles and symbols to create the Deck:


The Rest: 
Armorer Guildmage, Femeref Archers, Kaervek the Merciless, Jolrael, Empress of Beasts: These are all strong African/Black presences from the MTG storylines and/or Mirage/Visions block. They are here to represent Pride and Unity in Race.
Dead Reveler, Goblin Festival: Last time I checked, Kwanzaa, like Xmas and Hanukkah, has a bit of partying that goes along with it (I mean, one of the symbols of the holiday is a wine chalice!)
Elderscale Wurm: This is our metaphorical representation of the concepts of Kwanzaa. Kwanzaa has seven days and is about unity and community. Elderscale is all about sevens, and keeps you alive and kicking so you can be a part of the Magic community in your current game. 
By the way, use Bazaar Trader to give your opponent a Jungle Patrol's wood token in exchange for something awesome.

Dickens' A Christmas Carol Deck
5-Color 100-Card Singleton
1 Sengir Autocrat
1 Krenko, Mob Boss
1 Goblin Matron
1 Droning Bureaucrats
1 Mentor of the Meek
1 Jasmine Boreal
1 Blinking Spirit
1 Liliana's Specter
1 Child of Alara
1 Noble Benefactor
1 Dwarven Thaumaturgist
1 Corrupt Official
1 Cloistered Youth
1 Youthful Knight
1 Bazaar Trader
1 Fortune Thief
1 Scroll Thief
1 Grimoire Thief
1 Swans of Bryn Argoll
1 Lady Evangela
1 Prodigal Sorcerer
1 Songstitcher
1 Chorus of the Conclave
1 Children of Korlis
1 Cabal Patriarch
1 Vampire Aristocrat
1 Falkenrath Aristocrat
27 cards

Other Spells
1 Misers' Cage
1 Land Tax
1 Goblin Game
1 Spiritual Visit
1 Hoarder's Greed
1 Ambition's Cost
1 Conjured Currency
1 Rishadan Pawnshop
1 Crippling Blight
1 Oversold Cemetery
1 Prison Term
1 Thunderstaff
1 Donate
1 Robe of Mirrors
1 Holy Day
1 Death Grasp
1 Stolen Goods
1 Credit Voucher
1 Purgatory
1 Debtors' Knell
1 Tidings
1 Feast or Famine
1 Footbottom Feast
1 Despise 
1 Planeswalker's Mirth
1 Avarice Totem
1 Gather the Townsfolk
1 Creeping Mold
1 Giant Growth
1 Horn of Plenty
1 Cornered Market
1 Gossamer Chains
1 Future Sight
1 Dwell on the Past
1 Sins of the Past
1 Midnight Haunting
1 Festival of the Guildpact 
36 cards
1 Cabal Coffers
1 Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth
1 Underground River
1 River of Tears
1 Woodland Cemetery
1 Twilight Mire
1 Grove of the Burnwillows
1 Gavony Township
1 City of Brass
1 Krosan Verge
1 Temple Garden
1 Hallowed Fountain
1 Steam Vents
1 Badlands
1 Bayou
1 Boros Garrison
1 Urza's Factory
1 Sacred Foundry
1 Clifftop Retreat
1 Savage Lands
1 Jungle Shrine
1 Murmuring Bosk
1 Forbidden Orchard
1 Seaside Citadel
1 Rootbound Crag
1 Bad River
1 Misty Rainforest
2 Snow-Covered Mountain
2 Snow-Covered Forest 
2 Snow-Covered Swamp
2 Snow-Covered Island 
2 Snow-Covered Plains
37 cards

Midnight Haunting

Charles Dickens' classic Christmas tale, A Christmas Carol is summarized and broken down thusly:

Ebenezer Scrooge (Sengir Autocrat) is a mean ol' curmudgeon who has built himself a proverbial Misers' Cage. He has alienated his remaining family and quite frankly all of humanity in his pursuit of money (Conjured Currency). All of Merry Olde England Despises Ebenezer and his miserly ways, but the townsfolk gather (Gather the Townsfolk) and begin singing Christmas carols (Songstitcher, Chorus of the Conclave) while Ebenezer Bah-Humbugs his way through them all and makes it to his money-counting business (Cabal Coffers, Cornered Market), where he spends his time fulfilling his greedy ways (Hoarder's Greed) by loaning money (Credit Voucher) in return for future payment plus interest (Tidings). Scrooge encounters some (Droning Bureaucrats) gentlemen trying to get him to Donate money to the poor. Scrooge responds that his taxes (Land Tax) go to pay for jails (Prison Term) and workhouses (Urza's Factory), the poor should go there. He next encounters his nephew (Vampire Aristocrat) who wants him to come over for Christmas dinner, but Scrooge Bah-Humbugs that idea.

Ebenezer has an employee named Bob Cratchit (Mentor of the Meek), who asks for Christmas Day off (Holy Day), earning Ebenzer's ire. After giving him a half-day for Xmas, Scrooge retires for the evening to his musty old house. There, he gets a Midnight Haunting from the ghost of his business partner, Jacob Marley (Corrupt Official). Initially wary that Jacob Marley's Ghost is just a reaction to some bread covered in Creeping Mold, Scrooge comes to believe he is really there. Jacob informs him to change his ways or his Misers' Cage will become his own personal Purgatory, and that his actions in life are forging his Gossamer Chains. Jacob tells him he will three more Spiritual Visits that night.

The first spirit, the Ghost of Christmas Past (Blinking Spirit) requires Scrooge to Dwell on the Past. Here we see him as a poor, Cloistered Youth who only wants to learn, and does not value Christmas, and also his dad (Cabal Patriarch) is pretty dang sucky. Later on in his past, he is a young man (Youthful Knight) working for Mr. (Krenko, Mob Boss) and Mrs. (Goblin Matron) Fezziwig. During the Fezziwigs' Christmas Party (Footbottom Feast), Scrooge meets Belle, a young aristocratic woman whom is the love of his life (Lady Evangela). We soon find out through his flashbacks that are catching up to the present year that he wound up choosing his love of money (Avarice Totem) over Belle, thus never marrying her (Ambition's Cost). Christmas-Past ghosty then plops Scrooge back in the present after eliciting some remorse from him (Sins of the Past).

The second spirit, is the Ghost of Christmas Present (Dwarven Thaumaturgist), and he initially appears amongst a far too bountiful feast (Horn of Plenty), in high spirits (Planeswalker's Mirth), and gigantic in size (Giant Growth). He beckons Scrooge to "know me better, man!", then shrinks back to normal man-size. They explore the Christmas that will be happening the very next day. Fred, Scrooge's nephew (Vampire Aristocrat), and his wife (Falkenrath Aristocrat) are having a Christmas party (Festival of the Guildpact) where they play a word-clue game (Goblin Game) where the end result is Scrooge looking bad. They then visit Cratchit's house, where his wife (Jasmine Boreal) and kids (Children of Korlis) are preparing a meager feast (Feast or Famine). One of Bob's kids, Tiny Tim (Prodigal Sorcerer), is very sick and crippled (Crippling Blight), having to use a crutch (Thunderstaff) to get around. After showing some random poor people that Scrooge doesn't give a flying fig about, the Ghost of Christmas Present whips open his robe (Robe of Mirrors), and shows some wicked creepy kids (Child of Alara) representing greed and poverty and dirty children and other such things.

Now it's Ghost of Christmas Future (Liliana's Specter -- promo version!), imparting some Future Sight on Scrooge. Scrooges finds Tiny time now resides in a (Woodland Cemetery), and is, ya know, dead (Death Grasp). Next we flash to a shopkeep (Bazaar Trader) who runs a victorian pawnshop (Rishadan Pawnshop), where three thieves (Grimoire Thief, Scroll Thief, Fortune Thief) are trying to sell Stolen Goods. We find out round-about that it's Scrooges things--which flashes us to an Oversold Cemetery where Scrooge is buried and deadzo (Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth).

Scrooge lives through his hauntings, and changes for the better (Noble Benefactor). He Donates money to the poor, and gives Cratchit a raise and a giant goose (Swans of Bryn Argoll). The end!


I hope you enjoyed my very first Holiday themed Magic article. I have no other final thoughts to impart besides: Love your loved ones, enjoy the Holiday season, don't get wrapped up in capitalism, and if you see me on MTGO in the immediate future, I might be drunk off of Holiday libations, so you probably have a good chance of winning.  

Happy Holidays! Season's Greetings! Merry Christmas! Happy Kwanzaa! Happy Hanukkah! Happy Winter Solstice! Happy Festivus! Merry Annual Gift Holiday!

See you all in 2013!

~ Boosh
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If you give me your deck on by cool_me at Tue, 04/09/2013 - 18:36
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If you give me your deck on Christmas Day, it will be the greatest gift ever. Please have a heart and give it to me. - Scott Sohr