Santa Claus Inc -- an outsource story
For Christmas 2009 and 2011 click here
- A politically correct greeting and wishes for this holiday season -- Christmas 2009
Holiday wishes so politically correct, no one but no one can possibly be offended.
- Santa Claus circa 2011 -- a tragedy in rhyming couplets
How times got so tough at the North Pole.
Season's Greetings to One and All
Hello my Hubfriends, and the best of this holiday season to you.
I won't try to be politically correct (that was last year's greeting, linked to the right) and I'll come right out and say a very, Merry Christmas to all who celebrate the day, and best wishes to all those who follow other beliefs.
May you all have a joyous and prosperous New Year, as well.
I hope you enjoy my small gift of the video below, and thank you to my faithful video tutor (you know who you are) who sat at my shoulder and helped me make this as a learning project. Other videos have followed, but this one, the first was the most fun. Thank you.
So with no further ado, allow me to introduce Inside Santa Claus Incorporated.
The premise for the story is simple. With 6.8 billion people in this world, 2.4 billion of them children, Santa (Nick Claus) simply had to modernize. Allow his wife, Clara Claus, to walk you through the new world of Santa Claus Inc.
Well, I hope you enjoyed it.
Thanks for watching, and don't let the business end of Christmas cause you grief in the New Year, please. We all know the real meaning, and it has nothing, nothing to do with elves, gifts or Santa Claus. Let's concentrate on that.
Peace be with you.
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