Nar3: Japan

December 24th, 9pm...
Posted on Wednesday, December 24th, 2003 at 9:00pm by Brett.
(Thursday, December 25th, 2003 at 11:00am Japanese Standard Time)

...Eastern Standard Time. From here on in I shoot without a script...See if anything comes of it...

I'll stop there ;)

Merry Christmas to everyone in the East! It's right now Christmas morning for me. I just got off the phone with my mom and dad. Opened the gifts they sent me. Got a Gamecube with the promotional Zelda disc....mmm. So good. If I disappear for a couple weeks, don't worry about it.

Well, again, Merry Christmas to everyone on this side of the international date line!

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yay for rent! by weirui [2004/13/01 21:40 ET]
...see if anything comes of it, instead of my old shit...
Merry Christmas! by mom [2003/25/12 07:10 ET]
Merry Christmas Brett!! Love you and miss you. Hope that you get the connectors soon for your game cube. You'll be on my mind all day today. I hope that you can feel the love across the miles. Mom
Merry Christmas by Pete [2003/25/12 05:13 ET]
Hiya, Brett. It's 10:15am here and I've just opened my prezzies :-P

I hope you are enjoying playing your new GameCube. I also hope you have a good christmas :)

I'm going to be vanishing for a little while after today, I've got some stuff that needs to be sorted out. I should be back around my birthday (20th Jan) or somewhere around that time anyway. I'll seeya soon.
Merry Xmas, Brett! by Jeff [2003/24/12 21:24 ET]
Merry Xmas, Brett! It's probably not super easy to spend Xmas without your family, but I hope that you realize that you're in the middle of a great experience so that it is worth it. I was just saying to Jason that there was a big article in the NY Times this week talking about how brothers so often live thousands of miles apart these days when they grow up. And as a result, people don't grow up with their cousins in the neighborhood the way they used to and that a lot of people miss out on a great experience because of it. So it's good that you are close to your cousins. It can be a special relationship. Enjoy your break.