Saturday, 16 December 2006

Every good (and bad) geek child needs a fast, efficient and electronic way to send that proverbial  letter to Santa. And good geek kids, of course, procrastinate along with the rest of us. So, for those of you still needing to send that letter and can't stand the idea of paper, pen and licking sticky stuff, here you go with some Internet Santa resources:

  • Santa's Mailroom: According to Biff, the Mailroom Elf, it usually takes a couple days to answer letters, which you can submit online, no need for a stamp or that pesky snail-mail service stuff.
  • Send an email to the jolly red dude and get an instant response, print it out, or whatever.

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Friday, 22 December 2006 06:54:48 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
I love you.
Saturday, 23 December 2006 17:23:49 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
Hi Santa,

Now that it is Christmas, it is a time for celebrating Jesus’ birth. We celebrate Jesus’ birth by going to church, praying, being with our family and by giving gifts to our relatives and friends. For Christmas I would really want to get a D-SLR. The DSLR I would want, would be a Pentax K10 D or if you wouldn’t be able to get that I would be equally satisfied with a Nikon D80. I would want a DSLR because I really like taking pictures. My dad says that I take very good pictures and an DSLR could help me take even better pictures than before because DSLRS are great cameras with amazing abilities. I would be extremely happy if I would get one.




Daniel Mazur
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