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Winter: n.
1. The usually coldest season of the year, occurring between autumn and spring, extending in the Northern Hemisphere from the winter solstice to the vernal equinox, and popularly considered to be constituted by December, January, and February.
2. A year as expressed through the recurrence of the winter season.
3. A period of time characterized by coldness, misery, barrenness, or death.
Solstice: n.
1. Either of two times of the year when the sun is at its greatest distance from the celestial equator. The summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere occurs about June 21, when the sun is in the zenith at the tropic of Cancer; the winter solstice occurs about December 21, when the sun is over the tropic of Capricorn. The summer solstice is the longest day of the year and the winter solstice is the shortest.
2. A highest point or culmination.
Celebration: n.
1. a joyful occasion for special festivities to mark some happy event [syn: jubilation]
2: any joyous diversion [syn: festivity]
3: the public performance of a sacrament or solemn ceremony with all appropriate ritual; "the celebration of improv" [syn: solemnization, solemnisation]
THE WINTER SOLSTICE CELEBRATION!
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Well, well, well... look who finally decides to visit our website again. That's right! Me, the "webmaster". I apologize for my absence and lack of updates. I struggle with the vice of sloth. Well if you think no news is good news, you're right! The Madmen have been gearing up for the upcoming show. And I'm sure you've seen some interesting things (a human cow; a boy in a shoe; four people in a bottle; etc.) in regards to the coming event. Things are shaping up quite nicely for the show. Tickets will be going on sale soon, so watch this site or keep an eye or three on your e-mail for updates. There will be TWO shows this time and we want to fill the little buggers! So if you came last time, bring people this time. If you didn't come last time, shame on you; redeem yourself by attending one or both shows. $2, Jenks 237, 8 pm and 10 pm, Feb. 10 Thurs.
Be there or be hein(ous)...
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LADIES AND MORE LADIES AND A FEW GUYS!!!! It is my sad duty as WEBMASTER and sweath-toothed madman to inform you that the Christmas Gala has been cancelled due to the overwhelming academic pressure of Gordon College. Do I hear you sniffling and crying? WELL YOU SHOULD BE!! Tear your cloak in grief, wear sack cloth, put dust on your heads, and let no food or drink pass your lips... for there will be no show. You have various professors to thank. Be sure you do (thank them that is).
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Howdy howdy howdy, ladies and germs! On behalf of the Sweaty-Toothed Madmen, a big "Thank you!" is in order for all those who came out to the first show. It was a great time with a great audience. Feedback has been great, we all appreciate it! We're looking forward to a great year! Just a quick lil update about what to expect from your Friendly Neighborhood Madmen: If you missed the season premier of the troupe, dry your tear soaked face because there will be a Christmas Gala before.. that's right.. St. Patrick's Day! In fact, it will also be before the New Year, and Christmas. Dates are still tentative, so check back regularly (once every 20 min. should be fine). ALSO Actual media in the form of photographs will become available on the site, hopefully within a week or two, so you can check back for that as well. My brain has also just informed me that some sort of clever, "Talk to the Tooth" feature would be nice, where you guys email us questions and we post the answers. LASTLY Any suggestions for the website should be e-mailed to jbross@peace.gordon.edu, I'd love to hear from you. :)
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Greetings all! Welcome to the unofficially official "Sweaty Toothed Madmen" Info-Mouth. Content is still be added, so please be patient. Please check back for updates to the Shows section and while you're here, check out the About Us section.
IMPORTANT: Just for your information, site navigation is found in the teeth above, they are rollovers, so the link name should appear with some "sweat" (hyuck hyuck). If they aren't working your pop-up blocker might be blocking them, in which case you'll want to give this site permission to run controllers. If that is a foreign language to you, just hold your cursor over the button and it will tell you where it will take you. PS. If that happens to you, please send a quick e-mail so I can get a feel for if the rollover thing is a good idea or not. Too many problems and I'll scrap it. Enjoy!
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