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December 25, 2009

Santa’s North Pole Approach Plate

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Ever wonder how Santa guides the reindeer and his sleigh back to his workshop? Here you go. I would advise against attempting this approach on your own, as I hear the security up there resembles that in the desert surrounding Area 51.

One billion Schrute Bucks for the first photograph of Santa on final.


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  • Faisal Nahian

    very funny!

  • Faisal Nahian

    very funny!