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Monday, December 12, 2005
It's elastic so it'll expand...

Wednesday, December 14, 2005
Or, at least, where they should be...

Friday, December 16, 2005
It's the one thing in Wal-Mart NOT made in China...

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December 12, 2005: Dana: What is that?! Mitch: It's an upside-down Christmas tree! They're the big thing this year. Dana: Uh... why? Mitch: Because it's easier to put even more presents underneath them! Dana: Great. Another way to over commericialize Christmas. Mitch: Check out this year's trendy stocking! December 14, 2005: Kepler: I've taken Google's search algorithms and combined them with both pattern recognition software and weather predicition formulas and after entering the data, I think these U.S. locations are most likely to have ap positive outcome! Al: Or, you could just wait until after Christmas when stores will be full of XBox 360s. Kepler: But science tells me where they are now! December 16, 2005: Dana: Will, what do you want for Christmas? Will: I dunno. I hadn't thought about it. Dana: C'mon, Will. Is it really that hard to think of a few things you want? Will: I guess not. Hmmm... world peace? Dana: That's great. I'll just run down to the "world peace" department at Wal-Mart and pick that right up.