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True Advertising

The sign in front of the diner read: Santa Claus eats here! “Cute advertising,” said Joey. “But it can’t be true.” “Whaddaya mean?” protested the diner’s owner, Craig. “He does eat here. He eats a lot in fact: 52 pancakes, … Continue reading

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Sabotage With Kindness

Professor Articus Swoope stood on a hill covered in scrubby trees. He made adjustments to his machine saying, “This machine will literally track Santa Claus!” Jennifer May (reporter at large) said, “But tracking Santa should be impossible.” Swoope intoned, ” … Continue reading

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A Lot of Thinking

Mica stopped to look Jordan’s Buddha sitting on the table. Smoke drifted languidly from the incense beside the figure. Just a few feet away rested a brilliantly decorated Christmas tree. “Do these two things go together?” asked Mica, gesturing from … Continue reading

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Santa Gift – Mondays Finish The Story

Santa Gift As the year wound down to a close, they gathered around the table and raised their glasses. Nate smiled even if he didn’t feel the holiday cheer. Christmas/New Year parties were fun but, Santa never brought gifts and … Continue reading

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