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    Charlie, a house, a puppy and a kitten sounds like a wonderful Christmas to me!!

    I haven't seen a Rubic's Cube in years. Maybe a shop like Spencer's Gifts would know.

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    Yeah, it actually sounds rather surreal, doesn't it? That's why I'm not counting on it to happen!

    Yes, I should try Spencers. Maybe E-bay too?

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    You can find most anything on E-Bay I've heard.

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    Froggle has all types Charlie! http://froogle.google.com/froogle?q=rubik's%20cube&hl=en&lr=&sa=N&tab=wf

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    here ya go Charliebug .. and if hubby has any other -y fixations it seems they come in all shapes and sizes - like Star Wars, Spiderman and Simpson's characters.

    http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...931899530&rd=1
    just make sure you spell it right when you search for it rubik's cube

    http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...933131431&rd=1
    this one is still packaged and cheaper and in the USA
    "Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkwdood
    Kids, they got so much junk already - probably just money or gift certificates.
    Yeah im one of the "kids" gift certificates to Book Stores Pleaz. Tuition to be payed for that next semester, and a freaking digital/web Cam. I think that about covers it.

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    I'm getting my beau a Season Pass to a local ski area. He's gonna flip

    Santa's shopping (toy making???) is all done as of yesterday - Emma's getting Groovy Doll stuff (a car, an outfit), a Magic Kit, and a really neat starter science kit I found (for ages 5+) at discovery.com

    What would I like??? (In case anyone is wondering ) - someone to come in and clean and straighten out and organize my house, top to bottom. Just so I can get a fresh start.

    Other than that, I have everything I need. Truly. (ok - except for a crockpot, but I know my mom's getting me a new one)

    AND, I'm still hoping for a Moshi from AIW
    Love many, trust a few, and always paddle your own canoe

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    CharlieBug - I got my son a Rubic's Cube at Walmart just a couple of months ago! Look in the games section. We also went online to find clues on how to get started solving it.
    Count your blessings!

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    Wasn't there some sort of FORT gift exchange last year? I'd love it if someone set that up for us.
    Gustav Holst was right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by haejin
    Wasn't there some sort of FORT gift exchange last year? I'd love it if someone set that up for us.
    Great idea Haejin!

    I could start one if somebody directed me towards the thread from last year.

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