Your Christmas Wish List

Subscribe to Elliot's BlogKevin made a great suggestion to me this morning – that I write a blog post asking my readers for their “Dear Santa” list to see what they would like for Christmas (or Hanukkah .   Since I am traveling today, I thought it would be a great time to ask the question.   All responses (comments) will be posted once I get back to my laptop later tonight.
Feel free to discuss business wishes as well as your personal Christmas or Hanukkah wish list.   No – I won’t be buying you your gifts, but it’s always neat to see what the trends are.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. Dear Santa,
    Can I please get just a little more parking revenue? 🙂
    I won’t be greedy this Holiday Season — I’ll settle for a bigger/higher resolution computer monitor so I can keep a few more windows open at the same time
    Happy Holidays everyone!

  2. ?No – I won’t be buying you your gifts…”
    Restore my health
    Become self-supporting
    Mobile laptop with wireless internet

  3. A red, convertible Ferrari with the license plate reading “sex com” and a bunch of girls in the car.
    and of course me owning the domain.

  4. Elliot, Just one gift. That all people of all faiths or no faith at all would learn to respect one another. I am a Christian but I enjoyed reading the website that you linked to about your Jewish faith. I look forward to reading your website – One of my best friends is an athiest and the difference of faith is not a problem. We respect each other. Please Elliot, just one gift. -Tom

  5. Dear Santa,
    Please make an easy way to sign up to be a tucows reseller. All other reseller programs allow you to do so online. I just shelled out $200 for an Enom reseller account and am not impressed, now I guess I need to shell out another $100 to become a tucows reseller :-/
    As for things I want/need, I pretty much have all I want. I just hope for the continued good health for my daughter.

  6. With so many families losing their homes right now, many people are giving up their dogs and cats and abandoning them at night at animal shelters. Our local shelter is getting about 5 to 10 dogs left tied to the shelter’s entrance fence every day.
    So my Christmas Wish & Prayer is that all the homeless dogs and cats find new loving homes.
    Please, if you have room for a dog or cat in your family, there are millions in need.
    You can search shelters nationwide on
    Merry Christmas!

  7. @kevin…rock on! Also don’t forget your local shelter needs supplies and LABOR!
    There could be dogs and cats in a cage waiting for food this morning but not enough help to get all the work done in a day.

  8. I just want to survive this recession with my health in tact and to be financially stable.
    As a domainer, I’m beginning to “get it” – develop.
    BTW, Princess, that’s one of my generics. (Hanukkah Harry) 🙂
    Happy Holidays to all.


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