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Merry Christmas IBers!! December 25, 2015

Posted by geoff in News.
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…and Morons, Snausages, DPUDites, et al.

From my family to yours:

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I wanted to make a recording of them all roaring at once, but there are just too many.

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1. lauraw - December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas! I got you this nifty tube of cortisone! I hope your rash heals before New Year’s! Don’t touch me!

2. Retired Geezer - December 25, 2015

The first problem is getting all the IB’ers, Morons, Snausages, DPUDites, et al to roar in unison.

Pie might work.

3. Retired Geezer - December 25, 2015

I’m betting that you’ve never heard a Christmas Carol sung in the Huron Indian language.
Behold.

This version performed by Heather Dale, and sung in Wendat (Huron), French and English. Please consider purchasing this music from her if you loved it, as she is an independent artist! Peace🙂
The “Huron Carol” (or “‘Twas in the Moon of Wintertime”) is a Christmas hymn, written in 1643 by Jean de BrĂ©beuf, a Christian missionary at Sainte-Marie among the Hurons in Canada. BrĂ©beuf wrote the lyrics in the native language of the Huron/Wendat people; the song’s original Huron title is “Jesous Ahatonhia” (“Jesus, he is born”). The song’s melody is a traditional French folk song, “Une Jeune Pucelle” (“A Young Maid”). The well known English lyrics were written in 1926 by Jesse Edgar Middleton.

4. Cathy - December 26, 2015

Beautiful music, Geezer. Thanks so much for sharing. The Hurons crept down into Michigan — when I lived there I recall hearing about them. The Hurons were rather fierce folks. If I also recall — those who settled in Michigan took to Christianity through the missionaries who lived among them — Yep! Luterans! Frankenmuth, Michigan was a major center mission outreach, I think.

5. skinbad - December 26, 2015

Pretty harmony.

6. kevlarchick - December 26, 2015

Merry Christmas my friends!!

7. geoff - December 27, 2015

Hey Kevl! Nice to see you again!

Funny how Bart, composmentis, and lclintsp have all resurfaced lately as well.

8. kevlarchick - December 28, 2015

I miss this world. Looks like you’ve been keeping the place up pretty good.

9. Retired Geezer - December 28, 2015

Looks like you’ve been keeping the place up pretty good.

I got rid of all of our livestock (sheep and horses) so that probably helped.

10. daveintexas - December 29, 2015

Those ornaments look familiar

11. daveintexas - December 29, 2015

dang, look who I missed!


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