On the first day of Christmas Twitter gave to me: A witty comment from @buckwoody
On the second day of Christmas a purchase order gave to me: A Standard Edition two node cluster
On the third day of Christmas Gottfried Leibniz gave to me: 11 cheers for binary
On the fourth day of Christmas my Manager gave to me: A four day weekend
On the fifth day of Christmas the SAN Team gave to me: RAID 5 for data!
On the sixth day of Christmas the server engineers gave to me: six solid state drives NOT spinning
On the seventh day of Christmas SQL Cruise gave to me: A seven day Alaskan SQL Cruise
On the eighth day of Christmas my server gave to me: eight cores for parallel processing
On the ninth day of Christmas a vendor gave to me: nine XXXL t-shirts
On the tenth day of Christmas Twitter gave to me: RAID 10 for logs!
On the eleventh day of Christmas my Junior DBA gave to me: 11/12 of a dozen donuts… HEY! WHERE IS MY LONGJOHN?
On the twelfth day of Christmas PASS gave to me: day one of the 24 Hours of PASS
I don’t have the energy to repeat em. Besides who needs 12 witty comments from @buckwoody, 22 two-node Standard Edition clusters, and 36 XXXL t-shirts among other things! I wish everyone a <politically_correct_holiday_greeting,varchar(150), Merry Christmas>!