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Joseph: The Christmas Truce
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Earlier this week, as I sat down at my desk stacked high with a rather large “catch-up pile,” flipped on my computer and opened up my browser, I was greeted by a plethora of Christmas cheer. You know, the bright pop-up holiday ad-type cheer and the Top 10 gift list-type cheer among others. In my view as well were numerous articles on a variety of topics including “How to Raise the Bar for Your Holiday Decorations,” “Picking That Perfect Tree,” “Best Free Apps for Christmas Shopping,” “Say Cheese: Time for the Dreaded Family Portrait” and the final two but no less important “Beware of Holiday Hazards in the Home” and “How to Avoid Bad Christmas Music.”