Scott Hardie | December 31, 2003
Making any? Let us know if you are, and report back later if they get broken. =P

Lori Lancaster | December 31, 2003
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Anna Gregoline | December 31, 2003
I don't really like the idea of resolutions, especially since everyone seems to expect to break them. Instead, what I do is make a list of things I would like to do in the coming year. They can be major accomplishments like becoming more organized, or they can be minor ones, like going to the zoo at least twice, or taking pictures at least once a week. These little goals are a lot easier to obtain, and a lot more fun to cross off the list. And, I think, they're what life is all about. Then at the end of the year, you can look back at the things you DID do, not the things you wanted to do but didn't.

Kris Weberg | January 1, 2004
I lack resolve.

Jackie Mason | January 1, 2004
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Erik Bates | January 2, 2004
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