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Top 10 Ways to Avoid Getting Coal in Your Stocking

10. Don’t hang your stocking. 9. Fill your own stocking. 8. Put someone else’s name on your stocking. 7. Sew your stocking shut. 6. Put mousetraps in your stocking. (CAUTION: Could backfire.) 5. Leave all your lights on to make Santa think you’re still awake. 4. Stay up late and plead for mercy when the Coalman cometh. 3. Leave Santa tickets to the next Cardinals game instead of cookies. 2. …
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Santa Speaks 2001

Last year Santa was interviewed by fielding questions from a host of media celebrities. That tradition continues this year. Santa recently sat down with WBC World News Correspondent Natalie Horseman in London to answer the questions sent in by media professionals all over the world. This is a transcript of their conversation: Q: Hello, Santa. Nice to see you again. A: Thanks, Natalie. Good to see you too. Have you …
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Top 10 Questions for Job Applicants at the North Pole

10. Do you still get coal in your stocking? 9. What color is the red sleigh? 8. If Mr. and Mrs. Claus gets into an argument, who is right? 7. Have you ever roasted chestnuts? 6. When Jack Frost nips at your nose, do you nip back? 5. Just what is a holly-jolly Christmas? 4. Have you ever dreamt of, say, a purple Christmas? 3. Is “Frosty the Snowman” really …
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How does Santa get around the world in one night?

Dear Ernest, How can Santa get around the whole world in just one night? I don’t get it. Earl T. Boston, USA I remember you, Earl. You like to ask the deep questions. Ever since you were a little kid, your letters to Santa have always delved into the mysteries. And ever since you took that position at MIT your questions have only increased. But this one is really quite …