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Fortunately I meet those requirements while unfortunately I doubt if there are in fact three posts to which I can be linked that mean anything. It also doesn't help that anyone nominating me is tarred with the same brush of being, generally, inane. It hasn't helped that last year's Feste Award Runner's Up Consortium are making light of my quest for TFATCWPC (I am truly sorry again – I had frijoles last night).

Wrapping Christmas presents prevents you, Nancy. Well, that's a better excuse than Burley's saying he'd bruised his finger on a beer can pull tab.

Well, now that I've wrapped 29 Christmas presents I can turn my attention to better things. (Unless, of course, Niece No. 4 arrives home for Christmas with the football player still in tow, in which case I shall have to go hunt for a present for someone whose idea of an extended conversation is, "hi").

It is indeed unfortunate that Bogey has neglected to post the rules for the Feste Award Third Class with Palm Cluster. And I also wanted to ask - what kind of palm clusters are we discussing here? The kind with fingers or the kind with coconuts? The form that the palm cluster takes could make a tremendous different insofar as which posts should be used to support the valiant, unending quest that you have set for yourself.

I hereby move that Bogey (AKA TMFBogey) be required to post the rules for this previously disregarded award, in order that someone can write a post nominating MichaelRead.

Do I hear any dissenting votes?

Majority rules.

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