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December is here!

I heart December. There's just something about the festive holiday mood that makes everything a little bit better in December - and now that we're in NYC, I think that's going to be magnified (hello, giant tree in Rockefeller Center, you better believe I'll be coming for a visit). Toss in the fact that football is getting serious and what's not to love about this month?

The end of November means the end of my 1st Annual FFLibrarian Readers' Choice poll. I'm hoping to have the results pulled together for you all by the end of the week. Stay tuned!

Meanwhile, keep the comments coming on the BWW All-Star Blogger League site for a chance to win a $50 gift card to BWW- and in the meantime, Buffalo Wild Wings has graciously offered up the coupon for free wings that you see below at the bottom of the post. And I've got more treats coming from BWW soon, I'm working on setting up a Thursday Night Football game watch in the next few weeks at the Brooklyn BWW with the first $100 of drinks and food covered by yours truly/BWW. I'd love for any of you in the area to join in on the fun, so again, stay tuned!

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WIguyinMN said…
Thanks for the cupon. I'm jealous about the potential of a BWW football watching party with fellow readers of my new favorite FFL blog (especially if part of the tab is getting picked up). But I'm not exactly in the neighborhood. I suggest if its a hit, you take the act on tour.

"Coming to a BWW near you... the FFLibrarian thursday night football watch!" It could catch on!

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