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Expert Calculates Santa's Christmas Eve Workload

Some people will have a stressful load this Christmas season. Take Santa, for instance. Phillip Bump, a technology writer for The Atlantic, has attempted to provide a tongue-in-cheek answer to an important question: what exactly is Santa's yearly workload? Bump calculated the number of Christian children in the world and the geographic distribution of those children ...

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Matthew Woodley

December 03, 2012  11:34am

Hi Wayne: Sorry we missed your need by a few days. I hope you can use it next year.

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Wayne Hunt

December 03, 2012  11:13am

I needed that Yesterday. I preached on dealing with Anxiety at Christmas. But, as usual, the idea to fix the door comes after the horse is out of the barn.

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