Richmond, VA (PRWEB) August 22, 2005
Santa Claus has just announced that from Christmas 2005, children and parents will no longer need to speculate, assume, or stargaze answers about his start time of the North Pole.
“Mrs. Claus and I was repeatedly asked about the exact time I left the North Pole every Christmas Eve. As you can imagine, trying to coordinate the flight plan of Rudolph, the last-minute requests for toys, and maintenance sled can be a daunting task.
“Although I can not guarantee the exact time of departure, I hope to relieve some stress associated with going to bed at the right time on Christmas Eve. On the advice of my lead R & D elf team and with the full support of my dear Mrs. Claus, we will install a webcam in my office this year!
“A break from tradition I know, but kids these days are no strangers to technology. The camera will be throughout Christmas I make a final review of the list of villains and check the inventory manifests for the sled. However, once the elves made the final preparations and advise me that we are allowed to depart, I will leave my office suddenly Cup final hot chocolate and a quick goodbye kiss from Mrs. Claus. We look forward to sharing this little piece of the North Pole with the world! If you connect and Don t see me, be better directed to read because it means that we are on the path p! ??>
Santa has informed that the project has received final approval and the web cam will broadcast a live early stationary power at 9 am EST on December 24, 2005. The broadcast will continue until December 9, 25 pm ET, 2005.
sure to visit http://www.thesantacam.com for the latest information.
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