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And a winner in a pear tree.

Oh my. You people have, um, interesting ways of looking at things. that's why I love your answers so much. So here we go with this week's winners, starting with the honorable mentions: We start with Donna, whom I hope is not speaking from experience:   WARNING: Studies have shown that forcing children to partake in Christmas pageants can cause lifelong bouts of depression, nightmares, flashbacks and ill-will towards parents. Next up is Brian P., who had to have watched a lot of TV in the 60's: Footage from this lost holiday special proves that Sonny was actually taller than Cher for a short time. Steve gets right to the point: What we really want for Christmas is the direct phone number to Child Protective Services... and fast! Gary stays topical: NASA recently announced the discovery of "alien life forms on earth" that thrive on arsenic, but it wasn't until we dug deep into the WikiLeaks documents that it was revealed that there is another whole phylum that is based on mistletoe. Our first runner-up is Paul who also stays on top of the news: Despite the overwhelming defeat just before the holidays of the ballot initiative that would have legalized and legitimized their relationship, Otis and Claudia were determined to make their relationship "work."  And this week's WINNER  of the vintage poster and 5 cool CD's is Brian C.!!  ...Sue left the family not long after that. Recovery was slow and painful, but time has a funny way of blurring the details. Still it was thirty years later before her husband finally asked her why she cleaned herself with her tongue  every time she heard "Silver Bells." Thanks everyone. Let's try and do this again next week.

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