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  1. Sorry for being a bit behind this month but I'd love to hear your answers to the question asked by kids about why Santa didn't bring them what they asked for last year? It's a rough question but we'd love to hear your response. Please call my 24/7 answering machine with your answer. Make sure you identify yourself and then give me a fairly concise answer. I'd love to hear some new voices this month! 509-392-6072. 509-392-6072. 509-392-6072. 509-392-6072. 509-392-6072. 509-392-6072. 509-392-6072.
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  2. Super answer Johnny, I shall use that when/if the question arises, thank you fine Sir
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  3. Good story for that one, brother John. I have always gone with the dropping antlers after prior to winter story. But I will also add in that Rudolph is the one exception to that and it must be his red nose that keeps him from dropping his antlers when all the other male reindeer do.
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  4. Holiday bummer: Now prices are soaring for Christmas trees and decorations By Parija Kavilanz, CNN Business Updated 9:11 PM ET, Mon September 20, 2021 New York (CNN)It's a good thing that consumers are in a mood to spend heading into the holiday season. They may have to dish out more for a new artificial Christmas tree this year, depending on where they buy it from. Some large sellers of artificial trees say they are increasing their prices by double-digit percentages and are blaming unduly high shipping costs tied to the ongoing global supply chain mess. "We'll have to raise prices. For trees, it'll be on average about 20% higher," said Mac Harman, CEO of Balsam Hill. The company, based in Redwood City, California, does more than $200 million in direct-to-consumer annual sales of artificial Christmas trees and other decorations in the United States. "Even then it won't cover our own costs because we're paying as much as 300% more per shipping container this year," said Harman. Source: https://www.cnn.com/2021/09/20/business/christmas-tree-prices-2021/index.html
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