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What’s up, Santa?

LinkKind of a shitty day in the workshop today. When Santa's in a bad mood, Watch Out!If he's had too much eggnog the night before, that's one thing. That's fine. We work hard, all of

By |2017-09-14T08:44:05+00:00January 27 2009|

Christmas history – Lumps of coal

Source I'm introducing a seasonal feature: Christmas History. Or Christmastory. Or Christory. In it, we'll look back at the origins of some holiday traditions. Today: the lump of coal in your stocking.Coal in your stocking

By |2017-09-14T08:44:06+00:00December 9 2008|