So far I got the Canadian Arrow (that I asked for), a wallet (that I desperately needed but was to cheap to spring for), a new dress shirt and tie, T shirts, a cool pen, a new coat, a couple DVDs and Playstation 2.
Oh, wait. That's supposedly for the kids. Right.
Three Spacecraft Films sets: Apollo 8 (watching right now), Apollo 11, Gemini (already had The Mighty Saturns). Scale Kits Alarm and Guideline. Extended edition Return of the King. Some clothes. A book. Velcro straps.
You really scored with the pole cat 7.5. If you want a real ride try a K1100 in the center and 4 ELLIS MOUNTAIN H275s, talk about a lot of accelereation. I got a TAC-1 Parachute, 5 grain Pro54 casing. A electric guitar, I used to have a cheap starter set, now I can rock out, lol, the neighbors must of been a little mad this morning. Some magazines, X-box game, money, gift cards, some other smaller rocket hardware, i did GOOD this year!!!
I got a 28mm-70mm camera lenses and $50 from my parents. And my step-grandparents gave me another $50. I don't believe Christmas is too big in Thailand, so I've never received presents from my biological relatives.
With the $100, I'll probably get a film bulk loader, 100' of Kodak Tri-X 400 black and white film, some film canisters, and a sweatshirt.
I got surround sound for my TV, TONS of DVDs, an AWESOME World Series poker set(full set of chips, cards, and a table!), lots of clothes, and a portable DVD player for the 11 hour trip to Grandma's tomorrow!!
Nothing rocketry related though...I think it got a little expensive at my birthday in October. Oh well, it is not about the gifts!
Loki 38/480 and 4 I405s (loads from the wife, hardware from Santa Jeff )
Loki 38/240 (replaced lost case)
Atari multi game console
Gift certificate from Hobby Works
USB memory stick
Da DaVinci Code
1st 2 seasons (or is it 3?) of Dallas