Seasons Grettings!! Light Show

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Seasons Grettings!! Light Show

Post by sqlpython » Tue Dec 20, 2011 20:08

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Re: Seasons Grettings!! Light Show

Post by batvink » Wed Dec 21, 2011 17:08

i'm glad that i'm not paying his bill......

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Re: Seasons Grettings!! Light Show

Post by sqlpython » Thu Dec 22, 2011 0:19

:lol: ain't that the truth..
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Re: Seasons Grettings!! Light Show

Post by sqlpython » Thu Dec 22, 2011 17:46

I have posted this light show on a few preferred forums. However, some were less focused on the light show and more interested as to why the Subject read: Seasons Grettings!! .. Confused they were.. :D

So in answer and for your edification:

Season's Grettings is an exchange of a formal Xmas expression, as done by a Gret..i.e (Dull Gret)
as to Dull Grets
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...Dull Gret, also known as Mad Meg, is the anglicized version of Dulle Griet, a figure of Flemish folklore who is the subject of a 1562 painting by Pieter Brueghel the Elder. The painting depicts a peasant woman, Mad Meg, who leads an army of women to pillage Hell. The painting is in the Museum Mayer van den Bergh in Antwerp.
She is also the subject of a 1640s painting by Flemish painter David Teniers the Younger.
Dull Gret appears as a character in Caryl Churchill's Play "Top Girls" (1982), where she recounts her invasion of Hell: "I'd had enough, I was mad, I hate the bastards. I come out my front door that morning and shout till my neighbors come out and I said, "Come on, we're going where the evil come from and pay the bastards out.'" (Churchill, 28).
Merry Christmas to all and to all a Good Nietzsche!
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