Well, HA! I fooled you! The Doctor's giving out....
Fine. Fezzes. You win.
Next up: the 12th Doctor arrives for a grand Christmas finale.
Until next time, remember to be good to one another.
OK, first of all, sorry about the previous post. I get like that sometimes. All this processing ability in my circuits and I get bored and when I get bored I start contemplating things and well...
That's never a good idea.
Human font! Almost forgot!
Anyway, let's continue to expand our knowledge with a new installment of...
The 12 Days of Christmas And What It Costs.
10 lords a leaping
9 ladies dancing
8 maids a milking
7 swans a swimming
10 lords a leaping X 2 = $11,018.00
9 ladies dancing X 3 = $22,659.00
8 maids a milking X 4 = $232.00
7 swans a swimming X 5 = $538,125.00
6 geese a laying X 6 = $2,160.00
5 gold rings X 7 = $5,250.00
4 calling birds X 8 = $4,800.00
3 French Hens X 9 = $1,638.00
2 turtle doves X 10 = $2,900.00
Partridge/pear tree X 11 = $2,365.00
Total cost so far = $593,782.00
With all the leaping and dancing and all the bird noises, now we have pipers.
These gifts are not for someone you actually like, are they?
In 12 hours, it's the big finale: the 12th day of Christmas arrives! We add up the final totals costs as well as summing up the total number of things purchased.
Until next time, remember to give a sucker an even break once in a while. Or something like that.
Computer (AKA “Bob”)*