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Lori Jan 3rd, 2000 06:08 AM

New Years Eve Wallpaper from around the world
Check out the website They have pictures from cities around the world celebrating New Years Eve that you can download to your computer. Thanks to someone who posted the site in an earlier thread. The pictures are great.

lori Jan 3rd, 2000 07:36 AM

Too many people on this forum are trying to sell their own products. What should we do about it? I think that most of us like to hear from the others about good or bad experiences when traveling but you have to have guts to place this kind of add, Lori or whoever you are. Any suggestions for Fodors how to stop these people from blowing their own horns?

ilisa Jan 3rd, 2000 08:01 AM

lori, what on earth are you talking about? contains free downloads. Lori isn't selling anything. She is providing information people may be interested in, especially in light of the Happy New Year thread in which people marveled at the celebrations from around the world. Lighten up.

Lori Jan 3rd, 2000 08:07 AM

Hey Lori, <BR>You can go you know what yourself. I try to be nice and share something that I was informed about and I get crap from you?! Thanks to Ilisa for having the intelligence to see that I was only trying to share.

Lori Jan 3rd, 2000 08:12 AM

And if you think I'm annoyed, you bet I am.

Myriam Jan 3rd, 2000 09:06 AM

Thank you for the tip, Lori no. 1. I just downloaded my favorite New Years Eve picture.

Diane Jan 3rd, 2000 09:34 AM

As a matter of fact, Lori responded to my request for a picture of the Eiffle Tower all a-glitter. It is a very cool site and as mentioned previously -- FREE! <BR> <BR>Just like the advise so freely given here. Happy new year to all ;-)

Lori Jan 3rd, 2000 01:33 PM

Hey, My name is Lori too and I don't want to get mistaken for any of this nasty bantering (which is not all that pleasant on what is normally a worthwhile and fun forum). <BR>I contribute regularly to this forum and the Lori who originated this message does too so let's not get too crazy here.

Chris Mc Jan 3rd, 2000 05:47 PM

Thanks for the great site. The pictures are great and free. <BR> <BR>The proper thing to do is for Lori(the <BR>one who accused the other Lori of <BR>using this site for commercial purposes) to say "I'm Sorry." <BR> <BR>I agree that we don't want this site to be used for commercial purposes but <BR>next time look before you leap. No one likes to be accused of anything <BR>that they are not guilty of. I am quite <BR>sure that Lori will accept your <BR>apology. <BR> <BR>Put another way, if you don't do the right thing, perhaps you should be <BR>the one thrown off the site. <BR> <BR>

lori Jan 4th, 2000 04:39 AM

All of you: please accept my apology. <BR> <BR>I posted this message right after I found two ads sent to my private e-mail addresses in response to my question posted on one of the forums. <BR>I am sorry Lori and I am greatful to people who take time to share their own experiences here.

Lori Jan 4th, 2000 04:44 PM

Apology accepted :) <BR>

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