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- December 24, 2007
- Vol. 68
- No. 26
There Is a Santa Claus
Or at Least Thousands of Kids Think So When They Get a Letter Back from This Guy in North Pole, Alaska
GREAT EXPECTATIONS: One boy's request for a personal elf.
AMERICA'S MOST WANTED: The Xbox 360.
MOST UNLIKELY: A woman's inquiry: Could Santa help her get pregnant?
A LUMP OF COAL: "Some kids told me they were going to poison my milk because I didn't bring them what they asked for the previous year."
ON THE SPOT: One girl managed to track down Gaborik, called him and asked, "Is this Santa?" he says. "I was stuck, so I said, 'Yes it is.' She was calling from the school bus—on her cell phone!"
WHY BOTHER? "Gabby just really wants to put a smile on as many kids' faces as he can," says Connie Bileddo, a.k.a. volunteer Elf Jangles. "That's why everyone in town wants to help him."
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