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'Tis the Season

People often say to me, "Greg, I need your help. Can you answer some questions about Christmas for me?" Actually, no one has ever said that to me. Ever. Not even sort of. But if someone ever does,  I am well-prepared, as I wrote this column in December of 2012: 'Tis the Season December 18, 2012 It's the middle of December, every radio station is now playing Christmas music and there are sales at every store. It can only be one time of the year. That's right, the four-month countdown to Arbor Day. The problem is: it's hard to even think about Arbor Day right now -- or to even begin the countdown -- with Christmas a week away. There are so many things to worry about between now and then that you might be wishing a guide existed to help you get through this. And lucky for you there is: it's called Wikipedia. But let's face it: you just don't have that kind of time. So here you have it, a simplified Q&A guide to get you through