Santa Talk – Transcript

23Dec, 2022

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Welcome to Santa Talk. It’s beginning
to look a lot like Christmas.

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And as the elves are packing the sleigh
with gifts to be distributed around the

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world,

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Santa is spending time here
with us at W MBS Radio five 90

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am 1 0 1 0.1 fm. This evening,

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you will be able to call and
talk to Santa over the phone,

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and you will also hear some interesting
stories and messages from some of our

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elected officials. And now
the host of tonight’s program,

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representative Matthew Dowling.

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Well, good evening. Good evening, and uh,

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thank you for joining us tonight for
Santa Talk. I’m Matt Dowling, and, uh,

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joining me in the studio
is, uh, Santa himself.

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Good evening, everyone.

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Now, uh, Santa right
off the top of the show,

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I know we already have a couple people
that are on hold and I want to get to

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those calls. Um, but I wanted to
get the telephone number out again.

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It’s (724) 438-4593, uh,

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Santa. The first guest we have
on the line is Keyshawn. And uh,

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he went to talk to you.

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Hello there. Keyshawn, are you there?

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Hi.

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Hi. Merry Christmas. Have
have you been good this year?

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Merry. Have you been good this
year? Tell the truth. Yeah.

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I know. You have been very
good this year. Santa knows.

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What would you like for
Christmas this year? Keshawn.

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Skateboard? No, A skateboard.

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A skateboard. That
sounds like a lot of fun.

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Snack.

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Is that all you want? Anything else?

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He’s fine. Oh, we don’t,

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there’s six of them all
trying to talk to you. That’s.

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Oh, that’s wonderful.
That’s a handful there. Six.

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Well, Santas so glad to talk
to all your boys and girls.

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Well, thank you so much for calling
in Keshawn and, uh, and crew.

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We’re gonna get to some other boys
and girls on the telephone. Uh, Santa.

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We have Bella and Billy
on the line as well.

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Hello, Bella and Billy?

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Yes. Hi.

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Hi. Thank you for
waiting to talk to Santa.

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Have you been good this year?

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Yes.

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I know you have. And what
would you like for Christmas?

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A present pop.

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Okay. Anything else?

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No.

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Okay. Well, we’ll see
what we could do for you.

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I’ll talk to my elves about that.
They’ve been working very hard this year.

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I’ll be looking forward to coming
down your chimney on, on Christmas.

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Will you have some cookies for me?

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Yes. Yes.

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Okay. I can’t wait. Merry
Christmas to you and your family.

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Okay, here’s little Billy. He
wants to talk to you. Santa.

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Hi Billy.

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Say hi. Say hi buddy. Hi. You have to.

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Say hi. Merry Christmas. Billy.

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Say Merry Christmas.

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You know my sleigh bells.

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Yeah. Listen.

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How you doing, Billy?

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Tell me about the sleigh
bells that you have.

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Santa, he has one of your sleigh
bells that you lost in our,

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our woods last year when.

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You were.

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Coming house. I was
wondering where that, when.

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I’m glad you’re taking
good care of it, Billy.

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No, we.

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Can pick it up. Maybe you can pick
it up on Christmas Eve from him.

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He’ll be waiting for you. Okay. Santa.

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Maybe I’ll do that. Yes. I I can’t
wait to come to your house. Uhoh.

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Okay.

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Well, bill and Billy, thanks so much for
calling in Santa. I think we have, um,

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some interesting things to share
with our guests, uh, of the story,

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the history of Santa Claus. And, uh,

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it’s read by our good friend Ella Holly.

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Who have a call.

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Oh, we’re gonna go ahead and
take, uh, take that call.

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We have on the line Emerson. Emerson,
thank you so much for calling in. Santa.

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You have Emerson on the line.

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Emerson, how are you my friend?

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Good.

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Good. Merry Christmas to you.

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Merry Christmas to you too.

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It’s so nice to hear your voice. How,

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what would you like for
Christmas this year?

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Today I want an airplane.

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An airplane? Yes. I know you’ve
been very interested in that.

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Anything else that you’d like? Yes.

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A watch. A watch.

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A watch. Very nice. Are
you good at telling time?

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Yeah.

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That’s good to hear. Good to hear.

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I know you’ve been working
very hard this year and,

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and doing your best to be
a good and Santa will, uh,

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will do my best to help
you out for Christmas.

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Okay.

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Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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Merry Christmas to you.

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Ho ho ho.

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Well, Santa, it sounds like a lot
of the little boys and girls, uh,

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are interested in talking to you and
calling in. Uh, do we have another call?

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Okay. Well, Santa,

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why don’t we learn a little bit about
your history as read by Ella Holly?

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The story of Santa Claus can be traced
back hundreds of years to a monk

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named St. Nicholas.

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It is believed that Nicholas was
born sometime around 280 AD in

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modern day Turkey, much admired
for his coyote and kindness. St.

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Nicholas became the
subject of many legends.

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It is sad that he gave away all of
his inherited wealth and traveled the

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countryside helping the poor and sick.

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The name Santa Claus evolved from
Nick’s Dutch nickname Sin Claus.

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A shortened form of Saint
Nicholas Dutch for St.

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Nicholas gift giving,

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mainly centered around children has
been an important part of the Christmas

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celebration. Since the early 19th century,

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stores began to advertise Christmas
shopping in 1820. And by the 1840s,

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newspapers were creating separate
sections for holiday advertisements,

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which often featured images of
the newly popular Santa Claus.

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Perhaps the most iconic department
store Santa is Chris Kringle in the

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1947 classic Santa Claus
movie Miracle. On 34th Street,

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a young Natalie Wood played a little
girl who believes Chris Kringle when he

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says he is the real Santa Claus.

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The Macy’s Santa has appeared at almost
every Macy’s Thanksgiving day parade

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since it began in 1924.

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And fans of all ages still line up to
meet the Macy Santa in New York City

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and its stores around the country where
children can take pictures on Santa’s

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lab and tell him what they
want for Christmas. In 1822,

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Clement Clark Moore, a minister,

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wrote a long Christmas poem
for his three daughters,

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entitled An account of a
visit from St. Nicholas,

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more popularly known as twice
the night before Christmas.

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Moore’s poem,

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which he was initially hesitant to
publish due to the frivolous nature of its

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subject, is largely responsible for our
modern image of Santa Claus as a right

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jolly old elf with a portly figure
and the supernatural ability to

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ascend a chimney with a
mere knot of his head.

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Although some of Moore’s imagery was
probably borrowed from other sources,

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his poem helped popularize
the now familiar image of
a Santa Claus who flew from

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house to house on Christmas
Eve in a minute to slay,

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led by eight flying reindeer to leave
presents for deserving children.

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Now dasher, now dancer,
now PR and vien on.

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Come on Cupid on Donna,

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and blitzing to the top of the porch
to the top of the wall. Now dash away.

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Dash away, dash away.

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All in 1881,

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political cartoonist Thomas Nest
drew on Morse poem to create

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the first likeness that matches
our modern image of Santa Claus.

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His cartoon, which appeared
in Harper’s Weekly,

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depicted Santa as a rotunda
cheerful man with a full white beard

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holding a sack laden with
toys for lucky children.

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It is Nest who gave Santa his
bright red suit trimmed with white

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fur North Pole Workshop
elves and his wife Mrs.

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Claus in the United States.

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Santa Claus is often depicted as flying
from home to home on Christmas Eve to

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deliver toys to children.

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He flies on his magic sleigh led
by his reindeer, dasher dancer,

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PRR Vixen, comet Cupid, Donner Blitzen,

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and the most famous reindeer
of all Rudolph Santa

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enters each home through the chimney,

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which is why empty Christmas
stockings once empty socks.

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Now often dedicated stockings made
for the occasion are hung by the

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chimney with care in hopes that
St Nicholas soon would be there.

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As Clement Clark Moore
wrote in his famous poem,

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Santa Claus keeps a naughty list
and a nice list to determine who

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deserves gifts on Christmas morning.

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And parents often invoke these lists
as a way to ensure their children are

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on their best behavior.
The lists are immortalized.

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In the 1934 Christmas song,
Santa Claus is coming to.

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Towns.

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Santa.

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Rudolph

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Was born over a hundred years after
his eight flying counterparts.

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The red-nosed wonder was their
creation of Robert Al. May.

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A copywriter at the Montgomery
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1939 may wrote a Christmas
themed story poem to help

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bring holiday traffic into his store.

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Using a similar Ron pattern to Moore’s
was the night before Christmas May

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told the story of Rudolph a young
reindeer who was teased by the other deer

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because of his large glowing red nose.

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But when Christmas Eve turned foggy and
Santa worried that he wouldn’t be able

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to deliver gifts that night,

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the former outcast saved
Christmas by leading the sleigh

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by the light of his red nose Rudolph’s
message that given the opportunity,

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a liability can be turned
into an asset proved popular.

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Montgomery Ward sold almost two and
a half million copies of the story

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in 1939 when it was reissued in 1946.

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The book sold over three and a half
million copies. Several years later,

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one of May’s friends Johnny Marks
wrote a short song based on Rudolph’s

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story in 1949.

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It was recorded by Gene Autry and
sold over 2 million copies Since

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then.

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The story has been translated into
25 languages and been made into a

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television movie narrated by Pearl Ives,

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which has charmed audiences
every year since 1964.

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And that’s the history of Santa Claus.

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Oh, Santa, you got to learn
a little bit about yourself,

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here’re a little bit of your
traditions around the world. Um,

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we have another caller, uh, right now
and I believe we talked to some of,

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uh, this young lady’s siblings
a little bit ago. Yes. Yes.

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And this is Brynn Lee Brynn. Hi Brin Lee.

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Say hi Santa. Say hi. Say
hi Santa. Hurry up. Hi.

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Say.

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Hi. Hi, Briley. Merry Christmas Briley.

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You were wor you were worried that
Santa would forget about your Santa will

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never forget about you.

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Say hi. Hi.

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Hi. Hi Briley. Have you
been good this year?

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Morning, me.

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Merry Christmas.

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What, what could my elves
get for you this year?

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What do you want for
Christmas? A baby doll.

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A baby doll.

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That’s little girls Have little girls
have been asking for baby dolls for many

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years. We What else would you like.

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Single?

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Oh, you’re a good singer.

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She just wanted to sing
bells for you. Santa.

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Thank you. Thank you Ley
Mar. Merry Christmas.

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I can’t wait to visit your family. Well.

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Santa. Bye Kendall.

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I think we have some.

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Other phones.

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On. Bye-bye. Bye-bye. Brinley.

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We.

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We have Jenna and JT on the line.

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Now. Santa.

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Jenna and jt. It’s Santa
Claus. How are you?

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Good. We’re good.

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Merry Christmas.

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Merry Christmas.

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Tomorrow’s Christmas Eve. And I’ll be
visiting you. What, what would you like?

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I would like nana cards
and go play cards and

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some, some Nerf guns.

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Nerf guards. That’s a lot of fun.

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Santa’s Santa’s done some
Nerf Nerf wars before. Yeah.

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So I’ll, I’ll I’ll see what
I could do for you guys.

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Okay.

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Merry, Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas.

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Merry Cen. Merry Christmas.

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Now Santa, your elves are
back at the North Pole. Uh,

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they’re getting ready
for your big day. Uh,

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what are some of the things the elves
are taking care of and preparing?

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Well, they’re, they’re working hard.
We have everything divided into,

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into different stations.
We’ve been working,

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we’ve been honing in the system for
years, and so we’re very efficient.

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And our elves are socially
distanced. They’re,

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they’re operating through this pandemic
just fine. So boys and girls out there,

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you have nothing to worry about.

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Santa’s Santa’s workshop is operating
at full functionality this year.

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Now Santa, uh, you mentioned that we are
in the middle of the pandemic and, uh,

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the boys and girls, they, they
may have some questions about, uh,

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some of the things they’re
seeing or feeling or, you know,

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what would you recommend to them, uh,

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living through this pandemic and a
little bit of a different Christmas this.

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Year? Well, boys and girls,

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it’s been a hard year for
everyone and Santa included.

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We’ve had all had different, different
challenges to deal with this year,

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but I’m so proud of the way that, that
you boys and girls did this year with,

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with school. Some of you weren’t able
to go to school and see your friends.

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But boys and girls, this is only
for a short time. Things will be,

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things will be back to normal again.

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And the one good thing about Christmas
is the magic of Christmas never goes

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away. So we’re all going to have a
wonderful Merry Christmas this year,

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even though it might be a little
bit different. And boys and girls,

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if you’re ever scared about the world
around you or a little worried about

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what’s going on, don’t be afraid
to talk to your mom and dad.

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Well, Santa, thank you for those, uh,
words of wisdom. We have another caller,

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we have Jenna on the line. Um.

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Hi Jenna. Hi. I’m sorry, did, was there
something else you wanted to tell Santa?

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Um, can I get the Faber
fright books for Christmas of.

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Of course. We could look into
that for you. Sure, sure.

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Thank you.

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You’re welcome. Merry Christmas Jenna.

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Merry Christmas.

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Well, once again, we wanna remind
everyone of the telephone number

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(724) 438-4593.

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Santa has had lots of calls this evening
and you may get a busy signal if you

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do, just, uh, try back in a few
moments. Also, when you call in,

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you may have to sit on hold for,
uh, just a little bit of time. Um,

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but Santa likes how patient the, uh,

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boys and girls are waiting for their
chance to talk to Santa on the telephone.

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So Santa, what is your
favorite Christmas cookie?

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Oh my goodness. Now Santa gets to try
a lot of different cookies every year.

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And, uh, I I tell you, I
love the snicker doodles.

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I’ve always liked the snicker doodles.

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One of my favorites as well.
Again, that telephone number,

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Santa (724) 438-4593.

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Uh, and if you’re calling in,
uh, if you get a busy signal,

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try us again in a few moments. Um, it’s
a great chance for us to be down here.

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So how did you get down this evening to
w mb S’s studios from the North Pole.

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Santa? Oh, a little bit of Christmas
magic Santa doesn’t tell all his secrets,

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but rest assure Santa
gets where he needs to go.

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We have a lot of deliveries to make here
in the next day or two. And, uh, we’ll,

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we’ll make it happen. We’ll
make it happen. What about.

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Those people that have been
helping you out this year? Uh,

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they help you out more and more every
year. Uh, those postal delivery people,

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uh, FedEx guys, they’ve,
they’ve really been hustling.

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Recently. That’s right. They
get the letters to Santa.

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So I make sure I hear from everyone
and, and don’t miss anyone. And, uh,

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they’re, they work very hard. So
be nice to your postal carrier.

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Maybe consider leaving
them a little treat, uh,

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when they come to get your
mail or, uh, you know,

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a lot of lot of people working hard at
this time. You, you’re garbagemen even,

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you know, I, you can leave a
cookie for your garbage man.

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Just like you leave a cookie for Santa.
You know, they, they work very hard.

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Well, I think we are,

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we’re waiting for some more calls
to come in that telephone number?

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(724) 438-4593.

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Uh, Santa, what do you do in the
rest of the year after Christmas?

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Oh, . Well, it, I like
to rest for a little while.

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It’s just a little while. Maybe till
the, till the start of the new year. And,

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and then we get back to
work, making gifts. You know,

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we have a lot of research
that goes into, uh,

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into what little boys and girls
want each year cuz there’s,

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there’s new toys and we have to be up
on the latest and greatest toys at the

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North Pole. So we do a lot of research
too to see what the boys and girls are.

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Are interested in. What’s the hot
toy this year? Santa? Do you know?

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Oh, my, there’s a lot of different,
lot of different hot toys.

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Nintendo’s always popular, different
gaming. And, uh, and also, uh, you know,

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some baby dolls for the little
ones. That’s always popular.

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My kids like Minecraft. A.

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Lot of people ask. Oh yes. Minecraft.
Minecraft, Fortnite is very popular.

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Roadblocks. Yes. Santa Santa
hasn’t done much gaming himself,

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but I know this is very popular.

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Well, Santa, we thank you for coming
down and, and spending some time with us,

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uh, here at W Nmb s Radio.
We’re gonna be on the, uh,

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line with you until 7:00 PM We’re gonna
take a quick stop for the news at the

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top of the hour. Uh, find out what
the weather’s gonna be like for, uh,

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for those Christmas deliveries
you have coming up. Uh, again,

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our telephone number
here is (724) 438-4593.

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And, uh, there’s a lot of people
that, uh, wanted to wish everyone, uh,

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a merry Christmas. And, uh, we have a,

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a clip from some of our elected officials
and, uh, I’d like to go to that, um,

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because they wanted to wish everyone
a merry Christmas this year.

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Hi, this is Congressman Guy Rez Aller.

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I’d like to wish you and your
family a merry Christmas,

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happy Hanukkah and a healthy
and prosperous New Year.

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This is Fayette County Commissioner
Scott Dunn. In these trying times,

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please try to remember what’s
important in life, faith, and family,

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and from my family to yours. A Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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Hello, this is State
representative Matt Doley.

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On behalf of my family, Rebecca Pierce,

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Preston and Brooks, we wanna wish
your family a very happy holidays,

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a merry Christmas, and
the happiest of New Years.

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This is Senator Patte
representing the 32nd

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District in Pennsylvania.

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That’s all of Somerset fifth and
parts of Westmoreland County.

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As we get to the end of
this unforgettable year,

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I just wanted to take a moment
and wish you and your family

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a very healthy and happy holidays.

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Hope you enjoy your Christmas time,
and as we get into the new year,

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let us put 2020 behind us and look at 2021

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and get back to some type of normalcy.

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And then all of you remain healthy
and your family stay healthy.

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And I wish you all the best.
We’ll see you soon in 2021.

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Happy holiday.

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Merry Christmas everybody,
and a happy New Year.

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This is Commissioner Dave Lore and just
wanted to wish everyone a great new year

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coming up and to enjoy this Christmas
season and just have a great time with

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your family and everyone around
you. So once again, Merry Christmas,

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happy New Year. Looking forward
to seeing you all next year.

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Hi, this is Representative Ryan
Warner from my family to yours.

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Wishing everyone a very merry Christmas
and a happy New Year. Be safe.

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You are listening to Santa
Talk on W MBS Radio five 90 am

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1 0 1 0.1 FM with host Matthew Dowling.

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Call in to talk with Santa by calling

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7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

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Now back to the show.

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Well, Santa, we have some,
uh, little ones on the line.

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We have Frankie and Kendall
that wanted to talk to you,

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and I believe they’re on the same
telephone. Frankie and Kendall.

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Hi, Frankie and Kendall.

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Say hi.

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Hi. Hi. Make sure you talk nice
and loud. So sad I can hear you.

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Merry Christmas to you guys.

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Say Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas.

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Have you, have you been good
this year? Frankie and Kendall?

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Yeah.

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I know you have. I know you haven’t.

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All of us slip up sometimes there’s
always times when we’re not good,

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but the best thing to do is to say
you’re sorry when you mess up and just go

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back to being good boys and girls, what
would you like for Christmas this year?

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I would like a Moana doll.

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Moana. That’s what a, that’s
what her saddest favorites too.

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What else would you like.

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Frankie? What would you
like Monkey Check that one.

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Monster Trucks.

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Monster trucks that, have you ever
been to a monster truck rally? Frankie?

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Yes. .

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Those are a lot of fun. Well, sad, sad.
Don’t see what he could do for you.

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Is there anything else? What was that?

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Sorry.

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Well, Merry, Merry Christmas.
Frankie and Kendall Santa.

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Can’t wait to visit you. Make sure you
have some cookies for me. Santa Fine,

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if I remember right. Santa, uh.

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You were talking about Monster trucks
one time your sled was in the, uh,

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shop and you, you were driving
a monster truck around, weren’t you?

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That’s.

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That’s right. Santa’s gotta
do what Santa’s gotta do.

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Well we have Bryce on the line now. Santa.

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Hi Bryce. Hello Bryce.

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Can you hear me? Bryce?

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Hello? Yeah.

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Oh, Merry Christmas my
friend. How are you?

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Good.

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Have you been good this year?

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Yeah.

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That’s good. That’s good. And,
and how’s your family doing?

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Everybody doing okay?

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Yeah.

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That’s good. What would you like,
like for Christmas this year? Bryce?

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Um, a tow truck and a car.

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A real car. real.

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Car. A.

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Toy car. A toy car. That’s what I
thought. A tow truck and a toy car. Sure.

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My elves make a lot of those so I will,

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I will let them know that’s what you
want and we’ll see what we can do.

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Merry Christmas.

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Merry Christmas.

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Merry.

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Christmas. We’ll see you soon.

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Make sure you get to bed nice and early
and you might wake up and hear the

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pitter patter of my reindeer on your roof.

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Now Santa, a lot of people leave
cookies and milk out for you.

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Do you like milk or hot cocoa?

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I like both very much
representative darling.

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I also like chocolate milk.

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Chocolate milk. One of my favorites.
We have Madeline on the, uh,

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line right now. Santa, you
wanna talk to Madeline? Sure.

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Madeline, it’s good to
hear from you. How are you?

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Good.

431
00:24:48,350 –> 00:24:49,510
Merry Christmas.

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Merry Christmas to you.

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And what could I get you
for Christmas this year?

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Madeline, what would
you like for Christmas?

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Well, well I, I live in,

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I live in Pennsylvania
and Maine and for Maine,

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I don’t really have much on my
list. I have Shopkins, Hatchimals,

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and a present pup.

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Okay. Shopkins. Those are
and the, the, the Hatchimals,

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those are both very popular?
Yes. Yes. Mm-hmm .

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And how about for Pennsylvania?

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Well.

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That’s, what’s that.

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What’s, what’s the weather
like, uh, up there in Maine?

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Well, probably cold.

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Probably cold.

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.

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Do you go back before between
Maine and Pennsylvania? A lot.

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Okay. Yes.

450
00:25:47,400 –> 00:25:50,740
The one thing about Maine though, it’s
not quite as cold as the North Pole.

451
00:25:52,160 –> 00:25:52,993
Yes.

452
00:25:53,140 –> 00:25:53,973
.

453
00:25:54,770 –> 00:25:58,300
Well Santa, I think we have some other
callers, uh, that we’re gonna get to.

454
00:25:58,300 –> 00:26:01,340
But we want to thank our, our guests
for calling in and talking to you.

455
00:26:01,340 –> 00:26:03,380
Just remember everyone, you can call

456
00:26:03,380 –> 00:26:07,700
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

457
00:26:07,700 –> 00:26:10,140
I could have printed that number
a little smaller on my paper.

458
00:26:10,660 –> 00:26:11,350
.

459
00:26:11,350 –> 00:26:12,260
Uh, 7 2 4.

460
00:26:12,260 –> 00:26:13,580
You need glasses like Santa Claus.

461
00:26:13,580 –> 00:26:16,900
4, 3, 8, 4, 5, 9, 3. If
you get a busy signal,

462
00:26:17,320 –> 00:26:19,100
try back in a few minutes. Uh,

463
00:26:19,100 –> 00:26:22,380
we do have a lot of people calling in
this evening and you may have to hold for

464
00:26:22,380 –> 00:26:24,540
just a minute or two. So, uh,

465
00:26:24,580 –> 00:26:27,420
Santa do you have a favorite reindeer?

466
00:26:28,220 –> 00:26:31,940
. The reindeer are listening.
I can’t give away that, that secret.

467
00:26:31,940 –> 00:26:33,700
They’re all special in their own way,

468
00:26:33,720 –> 00:26:37,420
but I tell you Rudolph really comes
in clutch sometime with that nose.

469
00:26:37,940 –> 00:26:39,460
, he helps you when it’s dark.

470
00:26:39,470 –> 00:26:42,500
He sure does. He sure does. And,
uh, some of the other reindeer,

471
00:26:42,500 –> 00:26:45,480
that’s a a it’s a touchy subject
cuz some of the other reindeer are,

472
00:26:45,480 –> 00:26:47,400
are jealous that he has his own song.

473
00:26:48,160 –> 00:26:52,000
. Yes. Yeah, the
rest of the reindeer. They
have to all fit in one song,

474
00:26:52,000 –> 00:26:54,520
Rudolph gets his own. Right. Uh,

475
00:26:54,520 –> 00:26:57,520
we heard a little bit about the history
of Rudolph when we were listening to the

476
00:26:57,520 –> 00:27:00,600
history of Santa earlier
today. Uh, interesting, uh,

477
00:27:00,600 –> 00:27:04,240
information about that Montgomery
Ward company and uh, I.

478
00:27:04,240 –> 00:27:07,400
Believe there used to be a
Montgomery Ward here in Uniontown.

479
00:27:07,430 –> 00:27:09,080
Yeah, there was in Fayette County.

480
00:27:09,510 –> 00:27:11,160
Yeah. Dunbar, maybe.

481
00:27:12,290 –> 00:27:16,040
So Santa, uh, what’s Mrs. Claus
working on this time of the year?

482
00:27:16,260 –> 00:27:19,520
Mrs. Claus is a very busy lady. Uh,

483
00:27:19,520 –> 00:27:23,840
but she works behind the scenes
When Santa’s not there, you know,

484
00:27:23,980 –> 00:27:27,320
the elves don’t travel on
the sleigh with me, so Mrs.

485
00:27:27,320 –> 00:27:29,680
Claus has to keep the elves
in check while I’m gone.

486
00:27:29,810 –> 00:27:31,800
So she does a very nice job with that.

487
00:27:31,800 –> 00:27:36,600
And she also helps Santa
exercise throughout the year
because all those cookies,

488
00:27:36,600 –> 00:27:41,160
you know, it’s uh, you, you can’t just
can’t do that all year. So, so she helps,

489
00:27:41,160 –> 00:27:45,320
uh, cook for Santa and helps me to, to
work out throughout the year to keep.

490
00:27:45,320 –> 00:27:48,960
Healthy. What’s your favorite exercise
regime there, Santa since you brought it.

491
00:27:48,960 –> 00:27:52,200
Up? . Oh, Santa. Santa
likes to do Santa Jacks.

492
00:27:52,200 –> 00:27:55,920
They’re like jumping jacks, but
I spell out Santa . Yes.

493
00:27:56,540 –> 00:27:58,520
How about swimming? Do you
swim at the North Pole.

494
00:27:58,800 –> 00:28:02,680
? Oh, uh, I not a whole lot
of swimming. I do some ice fishing.

495
00:28:02,920 –> 00:28:06,520
That’s not really exercise, but,
uh, the water isn’t really good.

496
00:28:06,680 –> 00:28:07,513
Swimming temperature.

497
00:28:07,630 –> 00:28:08,400
Well, again,

498
00:28:08,400 –> 00:28:12,520
if you wanna call in tonight you can
Seven two four four three eight four five.

499
00:28:12,850 –> 00:28:14,160
Oh, I hear the phone ringing.

500
00:28:14,160 –> 00:28:17,040
Now it sounds like they’re ringing.
They’re gonna let me know. Uh,

501
00:28:17,040 –> 00:28:20,360
we have a little boy or girl that wants
to talk to Santa Claus here in just a

502
00:28:20,360 –> 00:28:23,480
moment. We should have a name for
you here Santa, unless it’s, uh,

503
00:28:23,950 –> 00:28:27,200
a wrong number or maybe someone
trying to update my Google listing.

504
00:28:27,450 –> 00:28:31,360
Oh, . Well, they called,
they called me and they said, Santa,

505
00:28:32,030 –> 00:28:36,160
your car’s extended warranty is
expired. I said, I have a sleigh.

506
00:28:36,750 –> 00:28:38,000
I don’t even have a car.

507
00:28:38,490 –> 00:28:40,320
Uh, you have that monster truck.

508
00:28:40,760 –> 00:28:41,880
. I do have the Monster truck.

509
00:28:42,710 –> 00:28:44,640
Well, perhaps it was a wrong number.

510
00:28:45,400 –> 00:28:48,160
, that happens sometimes.

511
00:28:48,160 –> 00:28:51,000
It’s so good to hear from all the
boys and girls today. Thank you for,

512
00:28:51,000 –> 00:28:55,200
for calling Santa. And you know, if you,
if you can’t get through, like, like,

513
00:28:55,200 –> 00:28:58,400
uh, Matt said, just hold on.
If you get a busy signal,

514
00:28:58,400 –> 00:29:01,600
we’re going to be here for
another hour and 15 minutes or so.

515
00:29:01,600 –> 00:29:04,560
So just be patient and
Santa will talk with you.

516
00:29:04,700 –> 00:29:06,160
Now Santa with, uh,

517
00:29:06,160 –> 00:29:09,880
with Covid and the pandemic this year
you didn’t get to see as many kids as

518
00:29:09,880 –> 00:29:13,880
maybe you, you normally do at our
shopping centers and at our malls. Um,

519
00:29:13,880 –> 00:29:16,840
people were social distancing
a little bit this year. Um,

520
00:29:16,840 –> 00:29:20,440
so this is a great opportunity for you
to be able to talk to the lo the boys and

521
00:29:20,440 –> 00:29:21,320
girls, uh,

522
00:29:21,320 –> 00:29:24,040
that you might not have been able
to see at the shopping centers this.

523
00:29:24,040 –> 00:29:26,480
Year. Yes. I year I’ve missed
everyone very much. You know,

524
00:29:26,480 –> 00:29:30,640
sometimes Santa even gets to take pictures
with pets at the mall or the shopping

525
00:29:30,640 –> 00:29:31,473
center.

526
00:29:32,070 –> 00:29:35,840
Okay. We have, uh, we have some
people on the line here, serenity,

527
00:29:35,840 –> 00:29:39,320
destiny and Riley. And, uh,
they wanna talk to you Santa.

528
00:29:39,920 –> 00:29:44,200
Hello, serenity. Destiny
Riley. Hello everyone.

529
00:29:45,610 –> 00:29:46,040
Hi.

530
00:29:46,040 –> 00:29:50,320
Merry Christmas. Thank you.

531
00:29:51,200 –> 00:29:54,600
Thank you for calling Santa today.
It’s so good to hear from you.

532
00:29:55,150 –> 00:29:57,120
Have you all been very good this year?

533
00:29:58,030 –> 00:30:00,200
Have you been good? Yes.

534
00:30:00,730 –> 00:30:04,760
Oh, that was spent very enthusiastic.
Yes, I know. You’ve been very good.

535
00:30:05,070 –> 00:30:08,440
You’ve been very good. You’ve tried very
hard and worked very hard this year.

536
00:30:08,440 –> 00:30:11,760
Yes. And what would you like
for Christmas this year?

537
00:30:14,970 –> 00:30:18,560
Do you remember me? Remember he me?

538
00:30:18,660 –> 00:30:21,960
Yes he does, but he’s asking you
what you want from Christmas.

539
00:30:22,040 –> 00:30:25,480
Happy Apple. That was my girl.

540
00:30:25,850 –> 00:30:26,600
Oh, .

541
00:30:26,600 –> 00:30:28,240
Santa. Someone’s really excited.

542
00:30:28,240 –> 00:30:29,073
To talk to you.

543
00:30:30,250 –> 00:30:31,320
Oh yes she is.

544
00:30:31,530 –> 00:30:33,600
Of course. I remember you first of all,

545
00:30:33,600 –> 00:30:37,840
I remember all the little boys
and girls and that’s a I we can,

546
00:30:37,840 –> 00:30:40,240
we can make your Christmas wishes
happen. I, I’m pretty sure.

547
00:30:40,240 –> 00:30:42,680
I’m pretty sure we’ll see
what, what our elves can do.

548
00:30:44,040 –> 00:30:45,920
, . That was Serenity.

549
00:30:46,120 –> 00:30:48,280
Thank you Serenity. Merry Christmas.

550
00:30:49,040 –> 00:30:50,240
Merry Christmas.

551
00:30:51,100 –> 00:30:53,080
Did just see what headphones.

552
00:30:53,870 –> 00:30:54,720
Headphones.

553
00:30:54,720 –> 00:30:55,230
Did.

554
00:30:55,230 –> 00:30:56,063
What.

555
00:30:57,220 –> 00:31:00,560
Now for computer? Uh, hi.

556
00:31:01,630 –> 00:31:04,520
Just you want necklaces?

557
00:31:06,310 –> 00:31:10,160
Well, that’s a very good C Christmas
list. You know, you asked that Riley.

558
00:31:10,370 –> 00:31:11,320
Hi Riley. You know,

559
00:31:11,320 –> 00:31:14,720
you asked for headphones and
Santa’s wearing headphones
right now because I’m on

560
00:31:14,720 –> 00:31:17,440
the radio. So we’re wearing
headphones here in the studio.

561
00:31:18,280 –> 00:31:23,000
Santa does fit kind of awkwardly with
that red cap you have. Well, yes, yes.

562
00:31:23,000 –> 00:31:24,160
We can only do so much.

563
00:31:26,030 –> 00:31:27,360
Okay. And there’s Destiny.

564
00:31:27,970 –> 00:31:28,803
Hi, destiny.

565
00:31:28,830 –> 00:31:29,590
I, uh.

566
00:31:29,590 –> 00:31:30,423
Easy bake.

567
00:31:32,340 –> 00:31:33,640
And then, um.

568
00:31:35,750 –> 00:31:39,640
Book one through four, four kids.

569
00:31:40,990 –> 00:31:45,680
Okay. Okay. That’s a very good
list. You know the Easy Bake Oven,

570
00:31:45,680 –> 00:31:48,080
that’s been a classic
for many, many years.

571
00:31:48,110 –> 00:31:52,120
Little girls and little boys have been
asking for the Easy Bake Oven for many

572
00:31:52,120 –> 00:31:56,280
years, so we’ll see what we can do for
you Girls, it’s so nice to talk with you.

573
00:31:56,320 –> 00:31:58,200
Merry Christmas to you and your family.

574
00:31:59,690 –> 00:32:00,560
Ta thank.

575
00:32:00,560 –> 00:32:01,680
You. Thank you.

576
00:32:01,800 –> 00:32:03,640
We’ll see you on Christmas Eve.

577
00:32:04,180 –> 00:32:04,740
Again.

578
00:32:04,740 –> 00:32:09,540
You can call in by calling (724) 438-4593

579
00:32:09,740 –> 00:32:13,180
Santa. I think we have another
prerecorded, uh, message.

580
00:32:13,180 –> 00:32:16,860
We’re going to go to a holiday
message, uh, for us, and, uh,

581
00:32:16,860 –> 00:32:19,500
we’ll be back with some more calls.
And just a couple minutes. Again,

582
00:32:19,500 –> 00:32:24,460
that’s 7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 93.

583
00:32:31,490 –> 00:32:34,780
I heard the bells on
Christmas day. They’re old,

584
00:32:35,140 –> 00:32:38,260
familiar carol’s play and wild and sweet.

585
00:32:38,360 –> 00:32:41,560
The words repeat of peace on earth,

586
00:32:41,790 –> 00:32:46,680
goodwill to men and
thought how as the day has

587
00:32:46,680 –> 00:32:47,340
come,

588
00:32:47,340 –> 00:32:51,800
the Ries of Al Cri Sodom
had rolled along the

589
00:32:51,800 –> 00:32:56,000
unbroken song of peace on
Earth, Goodwill to men.

590
00:32:56,550 –> 00:32:59,240
This is representative Matthew Dowling.

591
00:32:59,630 –> 00:33:03,640
I heard the bells On Christmas Day
is a Christmas carol based on the

592
00:33:03,840 –> 00:33:05,040
1863 poem,

593
00:33:05,080 –> 00:33:09,280
Christmas Bells by American
poet Henry Wadsworth

594
00:33:09,430 –> 00:33:10,280
Longfellow.

595
00:33:10,820 –> 00:33:15,120
The song tells of the narrator’s
despair upon hearing Christmas bells

596
00:33:15,430 –> 00:33:20,400
that hate is strong and mocks
the song of peace on earth.

597
00:33:20,630 –> 00:33:25,480
Goodwill to man in 18 61,
2 years before writing

598
00:33:25,480 –> 00:33:26,313
this poem,

599
00:33:26,500 –> 00:33:31,000
Longfellow’s personal peace was shaken
when his second wife of 18 years

600
00:33:31,370 –> 00:33:35,040
to whom he was very devoted was
tragically burned in a fire.

601
00:33:35,830 –> 00:33:40,760
Then in 1863 during
the American Civil War,

602
00:33:40,900 –> 00:33:45,760
Longfellow’s oldest son Charles
Longfellow joined the Union Cause as a

603
00:33:45,760 –> 00:33:47,600
soldier without his father’s blessing.

604
00:33:48,270 –> 00:33:51,000
Longfellow was informed by a letter dated

605
00:33:51,000 –> 00:33:55,840
March 14th, 1863 after
Charles had already lefted.

606
00:33:56,830 –> 00:34:01,280
I have tried hard to resist the
temptation of going without your lead,

607
00:34:01,460 –> 00:34:03,000
but I cannot any longer.

608
00:34:03,710 –> 00:34:08,600
I feel it to be my first duty to do
what I can for my country and I would

609
00:34:08,600 –> 00:34:12,400
willingly lay down my life for
him if it was me of any good.

610
00:34:12,450 –> 00:34:16,320
Charles soon got an appointment
as a lieutenant, but in November,

611
00:34:16,690 –> 00:34:20,960
he was severely wounded in the
Battle of New Hope Church Virginia.

612
00:34:21,290 –> 00:34:26,080
Charles eventually recovered, but
his time as a soldier was finished.

613
00:34:26,630 –> 00:34:31,280
Longfellow first wrote the
poem on Christmas Day 1863.

614
00:34:31,520 –> 00:34:36,040
Christmas Bells was first
published in February, 1865.

615
00:34:36,430 –> 00:34:40,880
This poem rings true today in
a time where we seem to be more

616
00:34:40,880 –> 00:34:44,480
divided than ever political
party against political party,

617
00:34:45,100 –> 00:34:46,480
man against man,

618
00:34:46,980 –> 00:34:50,960
our hearts yearn for a renewed
vision of peace on earth,

619
00:34:51,270 –> 00:34:54,960
goodwill among men. As this
season of hope approaches,

620
00:34:55,250 –> 00:34:59,720
it is my hope that peace will
begin in our hearts and our

621
00:35:00,000 –> 00:35:03,840
homes. And that peace will
spread among these communities,

622
00:35:04,260 –> 00:35:06,440
our commonwealth and our country.

623
00:35:07,280 –> 00:35:08,113
Peace.

624
00:35:20,250 –> 00:35:21,560
Is no peace

625
00:35:25,020 –> 00:35:27,200
for strong

626
00:35:31,600 –> 00:35:32,433
peace

627
00:36:00,010 –> 00:36:03,520
on earth men.

628
00:36:06,790 –> 00:36:10,920
That was Bur Ives and this is
Representative Matthew Dowling.

629
00:36:10,920 –> 00:36:15,000
Wishing you a joyous holiday
season and a prosperous new year.

630
00:36:17,020 –> 00:36:21,760
You are listening to Santa
Talk on W MBS Radio five 90 am

631
00:36:21,760 –> 00:36:25,000
1 0 1 0.1 FM with host Matthew Dowling.

632
00:36:25,350 –> 00:36:28,200
Call in to talk with Santa by calling

633
00:36:28,200 –> 00:36:33,200
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

634
00:36:33,460 –> 00:36:34,920
Now back to the show.

635
00:36:36,710 –> 00:36:39,720
Will say Santa, hear that
telephone ringing as uh,

636
00:36:39,720 –> 00:36:44,160
well as your sleigh bells ringing. You
are gonna be here for another hour until,

637
00:36:44,160 –> 00:36:45,080
uh, seven o’clock.

638
00:36:45,080 –> 00:36:48,520
We are gonna take a break at the top
of the hour for the news and sports and

639
00:36:48,520 –> 00:36:52,200
weather. Um, and then we’ll
get more calls on. Uh,

640
00:36:52,200 –> 00:36:55,760
people can call in and talk to Santa
Claus, the good little boys and girls,

641
00:36:55,760 –> 00:36:59,120
you’ve had, uh, a good time talking to
some of them already. Santa. Oh yes.

642
00:36:59,120 –> 00:37:03,280
Oh yes. They’re so, they’re so chipper
and cheery. Our Santa loves to hear it.

643
00:37:03,280 –> 00:37:05,360
Well, we wanna get that
number out there again.

644
00:37:05,360 –> 00:37:09,280
(724) 438-4593.

645
00:37:09,550 –> 00:37:14,280
Call in to talk to Santa Claus here.
Live on Wmb s radio. Uh, Santa,

646
00:37:14,280 –> 00:37:17,520
we’ve, we’ve talked a little bit about
some of your favorite things. Uh,

647
00:37:17,720 –> 00:37:22,600
what’s your favorite food other than
cookies? Oh, hmm. Other than cookies.

648
00:37:23,920 –> 00:37:28,600
Santa likes, uh, some hot apple cider.
I guess that’s a drink, but that’s, uh,

649
00:37:28,600 –> 00:37:33,560
Santa likes that very much.
Uh hmm. I don’t know. Well,

650
00:37:33,560 –> 00:37:37,880
I tell you what my reindeer like, they
like sugar cubes sometimes. Sugar cubes.

651
00:37:38,000 –> 00:37:41,400
They do, uh, they like, uh, they,

652
00:37:41,400 –> 00:37:46,240
they sometimes sneak a cookie
or two carrots. I always
carrots left carrots out.

653
00:37:46,240 –> 00:37:49,360
They do like carrots. They do
like carrots and, uh, Santa not,

654
00:37:49,360 –> 00:37:52,480
not so much a fan of the carrots.
Carrot cake. Carrot cake.

655
00:37:52,480 –> 00:37:56,560
Is carrots good cooked carrots or raw
carrots? Usually the reindeer like,

656
00:37:56,560 –> 00:37:59,680
like raw carrots? Yes. Uh, what did,

657
00:37:59,680 –> 00:38:02,040
what did you leave for them
when you were a little boy? Uh,

658
00:38:02,040 –> 00:38:04,680
it was always rock carrots. Rock carrots.
Mm-hmm. rock, carrots.

659
00:38:04,680 –> 00:38:09,400
Yeah. So Santa, we’re gonna be
on for a little longer tonight.

660
00:38:09,400 –> 00:38:11,800
We’re gonna, uh, have some
additional people calling in.

661
00:38:11,800 –> 00:38:15,840
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9, 3.

662
00:38:16,530 –> 00:38:20,120
Uh, and Santa, tell us a a little
bit about what those elves are,

663
00:38:20,180 –> 00:38:24,720
are working on back at the North Pole.
They’re, they’re working very hard.

664
00:38:24,720 –> 00:38:28,120
They’re working very hard and,
uh, they, as I said earlier,

665
00:38:28,120 –> 00:38:31,760
they like to do some research to see what
little boys and little girls want each

666
00:38:31,760 –> 00:38:34,880
year. Cuz every year there are some
new toys that come out. And no North.

667
00:38:34,880 –> 00:38:36,680
Pole has to be up on the latest toys.

668
00:38:36,680 –> 00:38:39,920
We have to have all of the
latest and greatest. And, uh,

669
00:38:39,940 –> 00:38:41,440
but there’s some classics. We,

670
00:38:41,440 –> 00:38:43,800
I heard someone ask earlier
for an easy bake oven.

671
00:38:44,400 –> 00:38:47,320
Everyone has loved the Easy Bake
oven for years and baby dolls,

672
00:38:47,320 –> 00:38:51,600
things like that. So those things never
go out of style. But the, uh, the elves,

673
00:38:51,600 –> 00:38:54,880
they, uh, they work hard. They have
to get, they have to get some rest.

674
00:38:54,980 –> 00:38:58,320
You know, there are, there are labor
laws. I can’t work them around the clock,

675
00:38:58,660 –> 00:39:01,200
but, uh, they’re, they,
they’re, they’ve worked very,

676
00:39:01,200 –> 00:39:04,440
very hard for all the boys
and girls. Well, we have, uh,

677
00:39:04,950 –> 00:39:09,160
a boy and a girl on the telephone right
now. Uh, and they wanted to talk to you.

678
00:39:09,160 –> 00:39:12,640
Santa. Hello. Thank you for calling Santa.

679
00:39:14,500 –> 00:39:15,600
Who? Hi.

680
00:39:15,970 –> 00:39:18,200
Hi. Who, who’s on the line here?

681
00:39:20,050 –> 00:39:20,883
Finnigan.

682
00:39:21,350 –> 00:39:24,500
Hi, Finnegan. And what would,

683
00:39:24,500 –> 00:39:26,380
what would you like for
Christmas this year?

684
00:39:28,120 –> 00:39:29,420
Let me think.

685
00:39:30,680 –> 00:39:32,430
There’s a lot of options, huh?

686
00:39:33,420 –> 00:39:35,110
A new book series would be nice.

687
00:39:35,500 –> 00:39:37,790
A new book series. Did
you have any in mind?

688
00:39:37,790 –> 00:39:39,470
Something you wanted to start reading?

689
00:39:44,600 –> 00:39:45,410
What type of.

690
00:39:45,410 –> 00:39:47,770
Books do you like? Book A lot
of adventure stuff like that.

691
00:39:47,890 –> 00:39:51,730
Adventure books. Yes.
Yes. That sounds good. I,

692
00:39:51,730 –> 00:39:56,210
I think we could come up
with something for you. Yes.

693
00:39:56,210 –> 00:39:57,850
And you’ve been good this year. I know.

694
00:39:57,850 –> 00:39:59,250
Thanks Santa. You’re.

695
00:39:59,250 –> 00:40:02,250
Welcome. Thank you for calling.
Good to hear from you Finnegan.

696
00:40:03,410 –> 00:40:04,010
See ya.

697
00:40:04,010 –> 00:40:07,070
Bye. Merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas. Finnegan.

698
00:40:07,070 –> 00:40:08,950
Did you have someone else
with you there on the line?

699
00:40:09,790 –> 00:40:11,280
Yeah, Bremer’s right here.

700
00:40:11,850 –> 00:40:12,720
Oh, hey Brinley.

701
00:40:14,050 –> 00:40:15,240
Hi Santa.

702
00:40:16,520 –> 00:40:19,200
. I know you’ve been
very good this year. Brinley.

703
00:40:19,200 –> 00:40:21,360
Was there anything else? Was there
anything you wanted to say to Santa?

704
00:40:23,530 –> 00:40:24,363
Um,

705
00:40:25,790 –> 00:40:30,520
that real soon that was
at that the house we,

706
00:40:30,970 –> 00:40:32,520
we did at the.

707
00:40:33,680 –> 00:40:34,513
Uhhuh. .

708
00:40:35,300 –> 00:40:39,860
See everything? That’s what I would
like for Christmas. Thank you.

709
00:40:39,860 –> 00:40:44,580
Santa Merry. That’s what I
would like for Christmas. Thank.

710
00:40:44,580 –> 00:40:47,980
You. Okay, Brinley. All
right. Merry Christmas.

711
00:40:48,180 –> 00:40:51,860
Merry Christmas little one. Well,
Santa, we have Parker. Hello.

712
00:40:51,860 –> 00:40:55,980
On the line as well. Uh, let’s go
ahead and take Parker. Hello Parker.

713
00:40:56,630 –> 00:40:57,463
Hi Santa.

714
00:40:57,890 –> 00:41:00,500
Thanks for calling. How
are you today, Parker?

715
00:41:00,730 –> 00:41:01,780
Good. How are you?

716
00:41:01,810 –> 00:41:04,580
Have? Great. What would you
like for Christmas this year?

717
00:41:05,130 –> 00:41:08,180
I would like some new Ous
Stilton books, please.

718
00:41:08,700 –> 00:41:11,500
Geronimus. Stilton. Yes. That’s
a, that’s very popular series.

719
00:41:12,200 –> 00:41:16,180
And the ocean exploration
ship. Lego Set. Oh.

720
00:41:16,740 –> 00:41:21,140
Santa loves to build Legos. That’s a
very good choice. Ocean exploration.

721
00:41:21,140 –> 00:41:25,220
I haven’t done that one. Yes,
very good. Anything else, Parker?

722
00:41:29,590 –> 00:41:30,423
Um,

723
00:41:31,690 –> 00:41:36,160
I would also like the
Ninjago skull. So Dungeons,

724
00:41:36,160 –> 00:41:37,360
like I said. Oh.

725
00:41:37,850 –> 00:41:41,720
Oh, that’s a good one too. I could tell
you really like the Legos. That’s a,

726
00:41:41,720 –> 00:41:45,880
that’s a fun thing to play with. Well,
Santa will do, do my best to, uh,

727
00:41:45,880 –> 00:41:49,440
to get that for you. Merry Christmas
Parker to you and your family.

728
00:41:50,280 –> 00:41:52,400
Merry Christmas Anna. Thanks.

729
00:41:52,400 –> 00:41:54,440
For calling. Merry Christmas. Bye.

730
00:41:55,990 –> 00:41:58,400
Okay, Santa, it looks like we have uh,

731
00:41:58,870 –> 00:42:01,600
Kenley and Easton on the line as well.

732
00:42:02,810 –> 00:42:03,190
Hi.

733
00:42:03,190 –> 00:42:04,680
Kenley and Easton, are you there?

734
00:42:05,530 –> 00:42:06,330
Hi.

735
00:42:06,330 –> 00:42:11,000
Hi. Hello. Thank you for calling
Santa. How are you today?

736
00:42:13,330 –> 00:42:15,940
Good. Are you all done with school now?

737
00:42:16,890 –> 00:42:18,500
Yeah, before? Yeah. Yeah.

738
00:42:18,650 –> 00:42:20,140
That’s good. That’s good.

739
00:42:20,140 –> 00:42:22,620
You have a little break for
Christmas and what would you like?

740
00:42:23,590 –> 00:42:24,423
Hi.

741
00:42:24,850 –> 00:42:26,700
What would you like for
Christmas this year.

742
00:42:30,600 –> 00:42:34,220
And what do you I wanna
fight anything. That’s it.

743
00:42:36,020 –> 00:42:37,540
Could you’re, say it one more time.

744
00:42:37,540 –> 00:42:39,540
Santa was having a little
bit of hard time hearing you.

745
00:42:40,010 –> 00:42:42,540
Barbie, Dreamhouse Barbie, Dreamhouse.

746
00:42:42,540 –> 00:42:44,820
Barbie, Dreamhouse. Of course, of course.

747
00:42:45,730 –> 00:42:47,740
Barbie’s had a lot of
those dream houses over.

748
00:42:47,740 –> 00:42:52,060
The, the years, huh? That’s right.
That’s right. Anybody else? Did.

749
00:42:52,090 –> 00:42:53,260
They trust me?

750
00:42:53,930 –> 00:42:58,740
Trucks? Mm-hmm .
Very good. Very good. Well I.

751
00:42:58,740 –> 00:43:00,260
Can on their street.

752
00:43:01,220 –> 00:43:02,053
. Oh,

753
00:43:03,170 –> 00:43:06,980
well Santa knows you’ve been very good
this year and I can’t wait to visit you

754
00:43:06,980 –> 00:43:08,220
for Christmas Eve. I hope,

755
00:43:08,330 –> 00:43:12,020
I hope you and your family have a very
merry Christmas. You you’re welcome.

756
00:43:12,500 –> 00:43:16,580
Merry Christmas for Santa. We Bye-Bye.

757
00:43:16,780 –> 00:43:17,340
Santa.

758
00:43:17,340 –> 00:43:21,340
We have just a couple minutes before
our break at the top of the hour and uh,

759
00:43:21,430 –> 00:43:24,300
we want to remind everyone you
can call in after the news.

760
00:43:24,620 –> 00:43:26,260
Actually you could could
call in while it’s on.

761
00:43:26,260 –> 00:43:29,980
We’ll get you on hold and we’ll
get you on, uh, as soon as we can.

762
00:43:29,980 –> 00:43:33,620
It’s 7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

763
00:43:33,790 –> 00:43:37,700
We will be taking that break at the top
of the hour to learn about the news,

764
00:43:37,700 –> 00:43:41,020
sports and, uh, weather
coming up so you can plan,

765
00:43:41,170 –> 00:43:43,700
plan out your next couple
Christmas days. There. Santa.

766
00:43:43,700 –> 00:43:47,020
That’s right. Santa of particular
interest to Santa is the weather.

767
00:43:47,170 –> 00:43:49,100
It’s always important. Now we can make it.

768
00:43:49,150 –> 00:43:52,380
We are like you mentioned the postal
service earlier, Matt. And you know,

769
00:43:52,380 –> 00:43:53,860
they say the postal service, our,

770
00:43:53,860 –> 00:43:58,820
our male carriers travel in hail in
slee and snow and rain. Well, Santa was,

771
00:43:58,820 –> 00:44:01,180
Santa came up with that idea, you know,

772
00:44:01,180 –> 00:44:05,140
well even before the postal service
Santa’s been doing that so, but uh,

773
00:44:05,140 –> 00:44:08,900
our postal service is very good, but
little boys and girls, not to worry.

774
00:44:08,990 –> 00:44:12,500
No matter what the weather is, Santa
can Santa can get there to you.

775
00:44:12,580 –> 00:44:14,500
Christmas magic can’t be stopped.

776
00:44:15,030 –> 00:44:19,180
So again, Santa talk 7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

777
00:44:19,180 –> 00:44:22,900
We’ll be here for another hour. We
are gonna take that break here, uh,

778
00:44:22,900 –> 00:44:23,900
in just a couple moments.

779
00:44:24,880 –> 00:44:26,140
All right guys. Thanks so much.

780
00:44:26,140 –> 00:44:31,060
Santa talk here on five 90
am and 1 0 1 0.1 FM W M B

781
00:44:31,280 –> 00:44:34,440
S checking out the weather.
Watch 52 degrees right now.

782
00:44:34,440 –> 00:44:38,560
Clear skies but cooling down considerably
the next couple of days on the

783
00:44:38,560 –> 00:44:40,920
overnight. 38th, the high at 51 Thursday.

784
00:44:40,920 –> 00:44:44,480
But dropping to 17 above
for a low Christmas Eve.

785
00:44:44,480 –> 00:44:47,280
A chance of rain and snow
after midnight. Snow Friday,

786
00:44:47,280 –> 00:44:49,800
21, 22 on Saturday.

787
00:44:50,000 –> 00:44:52,720
And moving up to the thirties on Sunday.

788
00:44:52,720 –> 00:44:57,640
40 on Monday hour two of Santa talk
with representative Matthew Dowling is

789
00:44:57,970 –> 00:45:00,200
on the air coming up starting at six 15.

790
00:45:00,200 –> 00:45:03,320
First the news from c bs
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791
00:45:03,350 –> 00:45:08,320
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793
00:45:12,520 –> 00:45:17,210
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794
00:45:18,150 –> 00:45:19,930
I’m Jennifer Kiper in Chicago.

795
00:45:20,180 –> 00:45:23,370
As covid 19 cases surge
doctors across the country,

796
00:45:23,370 –> 00:45:25,890
including this one in
California, a hotspot,

797
00:45:25,950 –> 00:45:29,370
are pleading with people to avoid
travel and holiday gatherings. You’re.

798
00:45:29,370 –> 00:45:32,850
Still out there shopping for your loved
ones for this holiday season or your

799
00:45:33,010 –> 00:45:34,290
planning a holiday get together,

800
00:45:34,290 –> 00:45:36,810
then you are missing the
gravity of the situation.

801
00:45:37,260 –> 00:45:40,090
Despite those warnings.
CBS’s Elise Preston says,

802
00:45:40,090 –> 00:45:42,210
millions are still running the risk.

803
00:45:42,210 –> 00:45:46,330
Some 80 million Americans are expected
to head somewhere for Christmas or New

804
00:45:46,330 –> 00:45:47,130
Year’s. We’re.

805
00:45:47,130 –> 00:45:49,730
Just gonna spend time see
my grandparents, my cousins.

806
00:45:50,420 –> 00:45:52,610
On to Chicago to visit an on for.

807
00:45:52,610 –> 00:45:56,690
Christmas. Compared to a year ago.
Far fewer people are traveling by air,

808
00:45:56,710 –> 00:45:59,650
but with less flights
available, the planes are.

809
00:45:59,650 –> 00:46:03,570
Often fulled. For Covid, that
was just too close for comfort.

810
00:46:03,680 –> 00:46:04,810
I couldn’t move Harley.

811
00:46:04,810 –> 00:46:08,770
Here in New York, officials are also
concerned about overseas travelers.

812
00:46:08,770 –> 00:46:13,250
Following the discovery of a new
more infectious coronavirus strain.

813
00:46:13,370 –> 00:46:16,210
President Trump has vetoed
a national defense Bill.

814
00:46:16,240 –> 00:46:18,450
C b s military analyst Jeff McCaslin.

815
00:46:18,450 –> 00:46:21,570
The president has offered a series
of rationales for vetoing the bill.

816
00:46:21,860 –> 00:46:25,730
He is called for lawmakers to include
limits on social media companies.

817
00:46:25,940 –> 00:46:28,170
He claims are biased against him.

818
00:46:28,470 –> 00:46:31,090
The fate of the covid relief
bill remains up in the air.

819
00:46:31,090 –> 00:46:34,690
The president saying he might not sign
it because the checks for Americans

820
00:46:34,690 –> 00:46:37,730
aren’t big enough. And CBS’s
Skylar Henry says, without the.

821
00:46:37,730 –> 00:46:38,930
Provisions in that bill,

822
00:46:38,930 –> 00:46:42,290
millions of Americans will lose
their federal unemployment benefits.

823
00:46:42,290 –> 00:46:43,690
The day after Christmas.

824
00:46:43,880 –> 00:46:46,490
With President Trump at odds
with Congress over that bill,

825
00:46:46,490 –> 00:46:48,050
small businesses are concerned.

826
00:46:48,050 –> 00:46:52,290
Lindsey Munson is executive director of
a Montessori school in Charlottesville

827
00:46:52,290 –> 00:46:56,090
and she says that government help
would keep their doors open, allow.

828
00:46:56,090 –> 00:46:59,290
Us to continue not only paying our staff,

829
00:46:59,830 –> 00:47:02,210
but maintaining their healthcare.

830
00:47:03,150 –> 00:47:07,760
Munson says that her small school had
to refund money to parents so they could

831
00:47:07,760 –> 00:47:08,640
pay other bills.

832
00:47:09,030 –> 00:47:13,400
A winter storm in the eastern part of
the Dakotas and Western Minnesota is on

833
00:47:13,640 –> 00:47:15,360
track to make moves across the country.

834
00:47:15,360 –> 00:47:19,520
Hand produce winter like weather events
for much of the Midwest and eastern

835
00:47:19,520 –> 00:47:22,760
parts of the country. C b s
meteorologist, Jeff Bardelli.

836
00:47:22,960 –> 00:47:25,680
Alwin is gonna develop around
the New York City, Philadelphia,

837
00:47:25,680 –> 00:47:28,960
Boston area on Christmas Eve
night into Christmas morning,

838
00:47:29,090 –> 00:47:33,600
KU see wind gust to 70 miles an hour.
The likelihood of power outages as well.

839
00:47:33,600 –> 00:47:34,440
So keep that in mind.

840
00:47:34,930 –> 00:47:35,600
In the south,

841
00:47:35,600 –> 00:47:39,880
more than 4 million people near the Gulf
Coast will be at risk for severe storms

842
00:47:40,180 –> 00:47:42,360
and the possibilities of tornadoes.

843
00:47:42,710 –> 00:47:45,240
Leslie West rocked it out on his guitar.

844
00:47:50,450 –> 00:47:50,870
Wes,

845
00:47:50,870 –> 00:47:55,470
the co-founder of the group Mountain has
died after suffering cardiac arrest at

846
00:47:55,470 –> 00:47:59,950
his Florida home. He was
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868
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A Northwest Indiana police officer is
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upstate Assistant Fire Chief Tower Hill

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00:51:00,800 –> 00:51:02,960
Volunteer fired Company Rich Harrells.

898
00:51:02,960 –> 00:51:06,640
A neighbors next door called in the fire
at around eight 20 in the morning. No,

899
00:51:06,640 –> 00:51:10,320
when was home when the owners James and
Nel re Burnham were out of state When

900
00:51:10,320 –> 00:51:11,153
the fire began,

901
00:51:11,350 –> 00:51:14,880
some of the homeowners Chris Chalais
said the home was the parent’s primary

902
00:51:14,880 –> 00:51:17,720
house and they were currently at
their second home out of state.

903
00:51:18,110 –> 00:51:20,240
Orla said they did not
know how the fire began.

904
00:51:20,430 –> 00:51:22,680
Fire Marsh will be called
to investigate the cause.

905
00:51:22,830 –> 00:51:27,600
This week the South Greensburg steel
fabricator is agreeing to pay $80,000

906
00:51:27,600 –> 00:51:29,080
to a fired female welder.

907
00:51:29,080 –> 00:51:32,640
The Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission announced
this week than Moore and

908
00:51:32,640 –> 00:51:36,880
Morford incorporated on Broad Street
settling a lawsuit filed against them for

909
00:51:36,880 –> 00:51:37,720
sexual harassment.

910
00:51:37,790 –> 00:51:41,680
Female welder claims she was fired four
days after she filed a complaint with

911
00:51:41,680 –> 00:51:44,840
the government over a foreman telling
her to clean feces in the women’s arrest.

912
00:51:44,840 –> 00:51:48,880
Him $40,000 is being paid for
the woman fact paying another

913
00:51:49,000 –> 00:51:51,840
$40,000 we’ve paid for
her emotional distress.

914
00:51:53,450 –> 00:51:56,940
University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate
School of Public Health will soon begin a

915
00:51:56,940 –> 00:52:00,740
study on fracking and its possible impact
on the residents of West Pennsylvania.

916
00:52:01,040 –> 00:52:05,580
The effort is the result
of the 2.5 million contract
initiated by the Department

917
00:52:05,580 –> 00:52:07,700
of Health and announced
the sweep by Governor Wolf.

918
00:52:07,880 –> 00:52:09,460
The agreement will fund two studies.

919
00:52:09,460 –> 00:52:13,340
One will focus on childhood cancers
and the other on acute conditions like

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00:52:13,340 –> 00:52:17,780
asthma. More news after
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A pothe Care pharmacy is
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Visit leases athe care.com
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That’s 7 2 4 4 3 7 78 0 1.

939
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Statewide.

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00:53:19,860 –> 00:53:23,100
Judicial races in Pennsylvania will be
among the most closely watched election

941
00:53:23,100 –> 00:53:24,140
races in coming year.

942
00:53:24,190 –> 00:53:28,320
Lawyers and judges around the state
already lining up supporters and trying to

943
00:53:28,320 –> 00:53:30,160
figure out if they can
raise enough money to win.

944
00:53:30,160 –> 00:53:34,040
The marquee race will be for Supreme
Court with the Democrats five two Majority

945
00:53:34,040 –> 00:53:38,240
has flexed its muscle with a string of
rulings this year about mail-in balloting

946
00:53:38,240 –> 00:53:41,880
and coronavirus restrictions. Public
and Chief Justice Thomas Sailor.

947
00:53:41,950 –> 00:53:44,640
It’s the mandatory
retirement age next year.

948
00:53:44,640 –> 00:53:48,600
There is also a vacancy on the state
Superior court and two seats up on

949
00:53:48,600 –> 00:53:49,720
Commonwealth Court.

950
00:53:50,250 –> 00:53:54,280
No one will be starting 2021 by jumping
into the FRI of Mehala River for

951
00:53:54,280 –> 00:53:54,630
charity.

952
00:53:54,630 –> 00:53:58,800
Pittsburgh Polar Bear Club has cancel
it’s annual plunge fundraiser cause of the

953
00:53:58,800 –> 00:54:03,720
Covid 19 pandemic. Dozens of people
usually take the cold J with a good cause.

954
00:54:03,720 –> 00:54:07,560
On New Year’s Day every
year the Connellsville Polar
Bear Club announced it.

955
00:54:07,560 –> 00:54:10,960
This month the their event
is also off and in sports,

956
00:54:10,960 –> 00:54:14,040
the NHL has announced its
schedule for the upcoming season.

957
00:54:14,040 –> 00:54:16,040
Penguins opening up on January 13th.

958
00:54:16,240 –> 00:54:21,080
Their schedule is up on the
W N BS Facebook page and
big matchups coming up this

959
00:54:21,080 –> 00:54:23,680
year include the Lightning and the
Black Caucus to begin the season.

960
00:54:23,680 –> 00:54:25,800
The lightning, the defending stand,

961
00:54:25,800 –> 00:54:29,640
the Cup Champions NHL regular
season said to begin next month,

962
00:54:29,830 –> 00:54:33,040
Steelers have now lost three in
a row after starting 11 and oh,

963
00:54:33,040 –> 00:54:35,800
they lost the Bengals on
Monday. They take on the Colts.

964
00:54:35,870 –> 00:54:40,640
Love that game for you on Sunday afternoon
over next to live sports broadcast

965
00:54:40,640 –> 00:54:42,200
coming up on Christmas Day,

966
00:54:42,200 –> 00:54:45,760
Friday afternoon at four when
the Saints Battle the Vikings.

967
00:54:46,020 –> 00:54:50,960
And that’s coming up on Christmas Day
six 10 right now 52 degrees and the W

968
00:54:51,200 –> 00:54:54,640
MPS weather watch for all of
Southwestern Pennsylvania.

969
00:54:54,640 –> 00:54:58,360
The overnight low at 39 tonight.
51 Rain Thursday afternoon,

970
00:54:58,400 –> 00:55:00,040
Christmas Eve tomorrow night,

971
00:55:00,040 –> 00:55:04,280
the low at 19 above 21 with snow on Friday

972
00:55:04,860 –> 00:55:07,080
for the Christmas night.

973
00:55:07,440 –> 00:55:11,480
Forecast the logo in down
to 11 above 22 on Saturday.

974
00:55:11,790 –> 00:55:16,400
31 on Sunday. And 41 rain and
snow on Monday. But again,

975
00:55:16,400 –> 00:55:19,720
25 on Christmas Day with a chance of snow.

976
00:55:20,260 –> 00:55:22,760
6 11 52 right now. Good afternoon,

977
00:55:22,760 –> 00:55:25,520
good evening from the
Union Tef Hospital Studio.

978
00:55:25,990 –> 00:55:30,080
I am Nick Poche gave Chief of Santa
Tauk with state representative Matthew

979
00:55:30,080 –> 00:55:34,560
Dowling on the way next on W NPSs
and live on Facebook. Good evening.

980
00:55:35,900 –> 00:55:40,360
The award-winning local district and
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Walnut Hill shop and save
a Pothe Care pharmacy.

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We put the care in a Pothe care.

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The providers and staff at Cherry Tree
Medical Associates at 25 Highland Park

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Drive in Uniontown would like to wish
you a happy and healthy holiday season.

986
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Their walk-in clinic is open Monday
through Saturday for all your urgent care

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needs. Radiology and lab services
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your convenience and everyone’s safety,

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instructions on testing.
Stay safe and stay healthy.

991
00:56:21,940 –> 00:56:22,840
I’m attorney Bill.

992
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claim? Are you being treated
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995
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Our experienced worker’s compensation
team at Radcliffe Law will be glad to meet

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call our office at (724) 439-3939 or

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visit us on Facebook Radcliffe
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CareerLink is your one stop resource
for employment and training related

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services.

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Visit CareerLink and you’ll have access
to many programs and agencies for

1002
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assistance with economic,
educational and job related needs.

1003
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For more information on all
the programs available to you,

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contact CareerLink at 7 2 4 4 3 4

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jobs. That’s 7 2 4 4 3 4 jobs.

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Cody’s Landscaping, your lawn
care at your lawn care specialist.

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Wish you a very happy holiday season. Hey,

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thank you for your business and look
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your lawn care needs. And Cody’s
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Call 7 2 4 8 8 0 0 4 4 oh.

1011
00:57:54,570 –> 00:57:59,080
Welcome to Santa Talk. It’s beginning
to look a lot like Christmas.

1012
00:57:59,260 –> 00:58:03,360
And as the elves are packing the display
with gifts to be distributed around the

1013
00:58:03,360 –> 00:58:03,880
world,

1014
00:58:03,880 –> 00:58:08,760
Santa is spending time here with
us at W MB MBS Radio five 90

1015
00:58:08,930 –> 00:58:11,160
am 1 0 1 0.1 fm.

1016
00:58:11,430 –> 00:58:15,960
This evening you will be able to
call and talk to Santa over the phone

1017
00:58:16,180 –> 00:58:20,240
and you’ll also hear some interesting
stories and messages from some of our

1018
00:58:20,240 –> 00:58:23,720
elected officials. And now
the host of tonight’s program,

1019
00:58:23,980 –> 00:58:25,720
representative Matthew Dowling.

1020
00:58:27,510 –> 00:58:30,520
Well, Santa thanks for
joining us for a second hour.

1021
00:58:30,520 –> 00:58:33,640
We’re here at W N B S Radio in Uniontown.

1022
00:58:33,640 –> 00:58:37,040
We’re talking to the good little
boys and girls. I guess, uh,

1023
00:58:37,040 –> 00:58:39,600
the naughty ones could call
in too. Oh, oh. But, uh,

1024
00:58:39,860 –> 00:58:43,680
but we have Grace Riley and JT on the
line and they wanted to talk to you.

1025
00:58:43,680 –> 00:58:44,200
Santa.

1026
00:58:44,200 –> 00:58:48,560
Hello, Grace Riley. Jt, good to
hear from you all. How are you?

1027
00:58:49,980 –> 00:58:50,850
Hi. Hello her.

1028
00:58:51,140 –> 00:58:53,210
Oh, ho ho. Merry Christmas.

1029
00:58:55,220 –> 00:58:56,053
Hi C.

1030
00:58:56,280 –> 00:58:58,170
Have you all been very good this year?

1031
00:58:59,560 –> 00:59:00,393
Yeah.

1032
00:59:00,840 –> 00:59:03,290
I think you have. Yes.
Very good. Very good.

1033
00:59:03,460 –> 00:59:04,970
So what would you like for Christmas?

1034
00:59:07,400 –> 00:59:09,970
IPad pocket

1035
00:59:14,120 –> 00:59:16,250
l a bubble one

1036
00:59:19,440 –> 00:59:20,890
I iPad.

1037
00:59:22,190 –> 00:59:23,023
Okay.

1038
00:59:23,150 –> 00:59:27,280
A toy kitty. A to.

1039
00:59:29,590 –> 00:59:34,080
Okay. Anything else? Well, you’ve,

1040
00:59:34,080 –> 00:59:36,640
you’ve given Santa a
lot of good ideas. Well,

1041
00:59:36,640 –> 00:59:39,280
I’ll do my best to to to
get these things for you.

1042
00:59:39,600 –> 00:59:42,880
And I know you’ve been
very good. Merry Christmas.

1043
00:59:42,880 –> 00:59:47,560
I hope you have a wonderful day with
your family and I can’t wait to visit you

1044
00:59:47,560 –> 00:59:51,280
on Christmas Eve. Merry Christmas.

1045
00:59:52,520 –> 00:59:54,560
Merry Christmas. Merry C.

1046
00:59:55,120 –> 00:59:56,240
Merry Christmas.

1047
00:59:58,490 –> 00:59:59,323
Bye-bye.

1048
00:59:59,570 –> 01:00:00,403
Bye-bye.

1049
01:00:01,040 –> 01:00:05,040
Santa. We also, we also have
Caris on the line. Santa.

1050
01:00:05,440 –> 01:00:06,520
Hello Caris.

1051
01:00:07,490 –> 01:00:08,090
Hi.

1052
01:00:08,090 –> 01:00:09,400
Hi. Merry Christmas.

1053
01:00:09,800 –> 01:00:10,880
Merry Christmas.

1054
01:00:10,900 –> 01:00:11,880
How are you today?

1055
01:00:12,630 –> 01:00:13,190
Good.

1056
01:00:13,190 –> 01:00:14,680
Good. All done with school?

1057
01:00:15,390 –> 01:00:15,880
Yeah.

1058
01:00:15,880 –> 01:00:19,100
Yeah. That’s gonna feel good. How,

1059
01:00:19,100 –> 01:00:21,180
what would you like for
Christmas this year?

1060
01:00:22,990 –> 01:00:24,260
TV for my bedroom.

1061
01:00:24,610 –> 01:00:27,980
A TV for your bedroom. Okay.
What’s your favorite TV show?

1062
01:00:30,500 –> 01:00:31,333
Bunk.

1063
01:00:32,060 –> 01:00:35,710
What was that? Bunk. Oh, okay. Okay.

1064
01:00:37,030 –> 01:00:38,030
Anything else you’d like this year?

1065
01:00:39,860 –> 01:00:40,990
A Barbie Dream.

1066
01:00:40,990 –> 01:00:45,510
House. A Barbie Dream House.
Very good. Very good. Well,

1067
01:00:45,510 –> 01:00:49,310
I will tell my elves your list here
and we’ll see what we can do for you.

1068
01:00:49,790 –> 01:00:50,950
Merry Christmas.

1069
01:00:51,470 –> 01:00:52,550
Merry Christmas.

1070
01:00:52,630 –> 01:00:55,790
Thank you for calling
Santa today. Ho, ho, ho.

1071
01:00:56,900 –> 01:00:58,110
Well, Santa Ho.

1072
01:00:58,110 –> 01:00:59,150
Ho . Hi.

1073
01:00:59,570 –> 01:01:00,403
Bye.

1074
01:01:00,480 –> 01:01:03,070
Santa’s gonna be with us
until seven o’clock tonight.

1075
01:01:03,070 –> 01:01:04,470
You can call in to talk to Santa.

1076
01:01:04,470 –> 01:01:09,150
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3 on Santa talk on W

1077
01:01:09,350 –> 01:01:11,430
MBS Radio. Now Santa, um,

1078
01:01:11,630 –> 01:01:16,110
there were a bunch of people that
helped put today, today together,

1079
01:01:16,400 –> 01:01:20,030
uh, when we got it on your schedule and
you came down from the North Pole. Um,

1080
01:01:20,080 –> 01:01:23,910
we have a great staff here at W MBS
Radio. We want to thank them, uh,

1081
01:01:23,910 –> 01:01:28,150
for all the help tonight. Uh, we also
have some sponsors that help make, uh,

1082
01:01:28,150 –> 01:01:29,310
today, uh,

1083
01:01:29,310 –> 01:01:33,350
the radio time available and help promote
it over the last couple weeks. Um,

1084
01:01:33,490 –> 01:01:37,350
and we have some holiday
messages from those sponsors. Uh,

1085
01:01:37,350 –> 01:01:40,190
and we’re gonna put those on here and, uh,

1086
01:01:40,190 –> 01:01:42,150
let them wish you a Merry
Christmas themselves.

1087
01:01:42,170 –> 01:01:42,590
Yes.

1088
01:01:42,590 –> 01:01:46,150
Thank you to our sponsors for making it
possible for me to talk to the little

1089
01:01:46,150 –> 01:01:48,550
boys and girls today here on w Nmb. S.

1090
01:01:50,570 –> 01:01:52,800
Hi, this is Congressman Guy Reall.

1091
01:01:53,220 –> 01:01:55,720
I’d like to wish you and your
family a merry Christmas,

1092
01:01:55,720 –> 01:01:59,040
happy Hanukkah and a healthy
and prosperous New Year.

1093
01:01:59,230 –> 01:02:03,040
This is Fayette County Commissioner
Scott Dunn. In this trying times,

1094
01:02:03,040 –> 01:02:07,320
please try to remember what’s
important in life, faith, and family,

1095
01:02:07,580 –> 01:02:12,120
and from my family to yours. A Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year.

1096
01:02:13,160 –> 01:02:16,320
Hello, this is State
Representative Matt Dowling.

1097
01:02:16,570 –> 01:02:19,960
On behalf of my family, Rebecca Pierce,

1098
01:02:20,170 –> 01:02:24,960
Preston and Brooks, we wanna wish
your family a very happy holidays,

1099
01:02:24,960 –> 01:02:27,760
a merry Christmas, and the
happiest of New Year’s.

1100
01:02:30,430 –> 01:02:35,000
This is Senator Pat representing the 32nd

1101
01:02:35,320 –> 01:02:36,320
district in Pennsylvania,

1102
01:02:36,510 –> 01:02:40,840
that’s all of Somerset bed and
parts of Westmoreland County.

1103
01:02:42,330 –> 01:02:46,200
As we get to the end of
this unforgettable year,

1104
01:02:47,110 –> 01:02:51,160
I just wanted to take a moment
and wish you and your family

1105
01:02:52,030 –> 01:02:54,840
a very healthy and happy holidays.

1106
01:02:55,870 –> 01:03:00,640
Hope you enjoy your Christmas time,
and as we get into the new year,

1107
01:03:01,060 –> 01:03:05,880
let us put 2020 behind us and look at 2021

1108
01:03:06,900 –> 01:03:09,240
and get back to some type of normalcy.

1109
01:03:10,020 –> 01:03:13,200
And then all of you remain healthy
in your family, stay healthy,

1110
01:03:13,200 –> 01:03:17,480
and I wish you all the best.
And we’ll see you soon in 2021.

1111
01:03:18,400 –> 01:03:19,233
Happy.

1112
01:03:21,560 –> 01:03:24,160
Merry Christmas everybody
and a happy New Year.

1113
01:03:24,470 –> 01:03:28,640
This is Commissioner Dave Lore and just
wanted to wish everyone a great new year

1114
01:03:28,640 –> 01:03:32,760
coming up and to enjoy this Christmas
season and just have a great time with

1115
01:03:32,760 –> 01:03:36,080
your family and everyone around
you. So once again, Merry Christmas,

1116
01:03:36,080 –> 01:03:38,720
happy New Year. Looking forward
to seeing you all next year.

1117
01:03:39,610 –> 01:03:43,480
Hi, this is Representative Ryan
Warner from my family to yours.

1118
01:03:43,610 –> 01:03:48,120
Wishing everyone a very merry Christmas
and a happy New Year. Be safe.

1119
01:03:56,740 –> 01:04:01,680
You are listening to Santa
Talk on W MBS Radio five 90 am

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01:04:01,680 –> 01:04:04,920
1 0 1 0.1 FM with host Matthew Dowling.

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01:04:05,270 –> 01:04:08,080
Call in to talk with Santa by calling

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01:04:08,080 –> 01:04:13,080
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

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01:04:13,540 –> 01:04:15,000
Now back to the show.

1124
01:04:16,030 –> 01:04:16,520
Well.

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01:04:16,520 –> 01:04:19,840
Santa, we have uh, some people here on
the line that wanna talk to you today.

1126
01:04:20,040 –> 01:04:22,720
Again, you can call in. Sandra
will be here until seven o’clock,

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01:04:22,720 –> 01:04:26,320
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

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01:04:26,890 –> 01:04:31,080
If you get a busy signal, try back
in a few minutes. Uh, we do have, uh,

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01:04:31,080 –> 01:04:33,400
only a couple lines here, but um,

1130
01:04:33,910 –> 01:04:37,280
I believe we have a young lady
[inaudible] on the, on the.

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01:04:37,280 –> 01:04:38,113
Line.

1132
01:04:38,680 –> 01:04:39,520
Hello there.

1133
01:04:41,450 –> 01:04:42,283
Hi Santa.

1134
01:04:42,490 –> 01:04:47,040
Hi. Thank you for calling Santa. Thanks
for waiting around. How are you today?

1135
01:04:48,230 –> 01:04:48,760
Good.

1136
01:04:48,760 –> 01:04:49,960
Merry Christmas.

1137
01:04:50,720 –> 01:04:51,920
Merry Christmas.

1138
01:04:51,990 –> 01:04:54,360
What would you like this
year for Christmas today?

1139
01:04:56,170 –> 01:05:00,720
Um, I would say I want, I really,

1140
01:05:01,000 –> 01:05:03,120
really do want an iPhone.

1141
01:05:03,830 –> 01:05:04,663
Okay.

1142
01:05:06,420 –> 01:05:11,080
And some nice winter

1143
01:05:11,250 –> 01:05:12,480
clothes for winter.

1144
01:05:13,300 –> 01:05:18,280
Yes. Nice winter clothes. It’s very warm
today, but we might see some more snow,

1145
01:05:18,280 –> 01:05:19,720
so it’s good to have warm clothes.

1146
01:05:20,700 –> 01:05:21,340
Yep.

1147
01:05:21,340 –> 01:05:26,320
Yep. Well, very good. Santa’s dressed
very warm today. In fact, I’m a little,

1148
01:05:26,460 –> 01:05:30,720
I’m a little warm here visiting
Union Town cuz I’m, it’s, I’m in my,

1149
01:05:30,730 –> 01:05:35,240
my my woo suit and it’s just very,
it’s very warm here in the studio,

1150
01:05:35,240 –> 01:05:38,400
but Well, you’re sitting next to that
fireplace. That’s right, that’s right.

1151
01:05:38,400 –> 01:05:40,960
I have a fireplace behind me. Well,

1152
01:05:40,960 –> 01:05:44,440
I know you’ve been very good this year
and I’ll do my best to get what you want

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01:05:44,440 –> 01:05:48,230
for Christmas. Merry Christmas. Thank.

1154
01:05:48,230 –> 01:05:48,660
You.

1155
01:05:48,660 –> 01:05:53,350
You’re welcome. Merry
Christmas. Well, we have, uh,

1156
01:05:53,350 –> 01:05:56,830
some other callers with us.
We have Ava and Quinn Santo.

1157
01:05:56,830 –> 01:06:01,070
Want to talk Tova and Quinn?
Sure. Hello there, Eva and Quinn.

1158
01:06:02,980 –> 01:06:03,700
Um.

1159
01:06:03,700 –> 01:06:04,970
Hi. Merry Christmas.

1160
01:06:06,290 –> 01:06:07,123
Hi Santa.

1161
01:06:07,410 –> 01:06:08,600
Hi there. Um.

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01:06:09,130 –> 01:06:12,720
Do you have your reindeers
and all kind of goodies?

1163
01:06:12,900 –> 01:06:16,600
The reindeer are here and Yes.
And I have all kind of goodies.

1164
01:06:16,600 –> 01:06:19,440
I have a big sack full
of goodies and, and, uh,

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01:06:19,500 –> 01:06:21,720
our reindeer are ready
to go for the big trip.

1166
01:06:23,400 –> 01:06:24,233
Santa.

1167
01:06:24,420 –> 01:06:25,253
Yes.

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01:06:25,430 –> 01:06:29,320
When you’re coming, giving us presents,

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01:06:29,320 –> 01:06:32,560
we’re gonna give you some
cookies and chocolate milk maybe.

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01:06:33,000 –> 01:06:35,880
Wonderful. Santa loves chocolate milk.

1171
01:06:36,380 –> 01:06:40,960
And I’m gonna fill up
the basket with lots of

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01:06:41,090 –> 01:06:42,160
carrots for the.

1173
01:06:42,160 –> 01:06:46,120
Reindeer. Oh, very good. Very
good. Thank you. Thank you. The,

1174
01:06:46,120 –> 01:06:47,640
the reindeer will appreciate that.

1175
01:06:47,640 –> 01:06:49,680
Do you think you can name
all of Santa’s reindeer?

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01:06:50,890 –> 01:06:51,723
Um.

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01:06:52,230 –> 01:06:57,120
It’s okay if you can’t .
It’s okay if you can’t. I have,

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01:06:57,390 –> 01:07:01,080
I have nine reindeer
including Rudolph. So,

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01:07:02,030 –> 01:07:05,000
well, Merry Christmas to you all.
Was there anything else that,

1180
01:07:05,000 –> 01:07:08,880
that you wanted or anything you had to
say to else you had to say to Santa? I.

1181
01:07:08,880 –> 01:07:13,760
Wanted, I wanted, um, another
bicycle. Maybe I wanted a,

1182
01:07:14,360 –> 01:07:15,520
maybe I wanted

1183
01:07:20,690 –> 01:07:25,480
my sister. Okay. And
I’m a Nutcracker. Okay.

1184
01:07:25,570 –> 01:07:26,640
Oh, Nutcracker.

1185
01:07:27,070 –> 01:07:31,600
A Nutcracker. Very nice. Merry
Christmas then. Merry Christmas.

1186
01:07:31,600 –> 01:07:32,520
Merry Christmas.

1187
01:07:33,270 –> 01:07:34,160
Okay. Bye.

1188
01:07:34,160 –> 01:07:38,840
We’ll see you soon. Bye-Bye. Santa. We
also have Abigail on the line. Okay.

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01:07:39,130 –> 01:07:40,600
Abigail, how are you today?

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01:07:42,060 –> 01:07:42,620
Hi.

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01:07:42,620 –> 01:07:43,890
Hi. Merry Christmas.

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01:07:46,040 –> 01:07:47,080
Merry Christmas.

1193
01:07:47,080 –> 01:07:49,040
What would you like
for Christmas? Abigail?

1194
01:07:50,820 –> 01:07:53,140
Um, ACE?

1195
01:07:56,590 –> 01:07:57,460
No, I don’t know.

1196
01:08:00,690 –> 01:08:02,620
It’s okay. I know
there’s a lot of choices.

1197
01:08:04,110 –> 01:08:04,640
A.

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01:08:04,640 –> 01:08:08,760
Computer. A computer? Okay.
Okay. We have some of the,

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01:08:08,760 –> 01:08:12,320
we have some of the highest skilled
elves to build our computers. Mm-hmm.

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01:08:12,360 –> 01:08:13,920
the North Pole.
Mm-hmm. . That’s right.

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01:08:15,070 –> 01:08:15,903
Anything else?

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01:08:16,830 –> 01:08:17,663
Legos.

1203
01:08:17,790 –> 01:08:22,220
Legos. Very good. Anything else?

1204
01:08:23,830 –> 01:08:26,880
Um, Yoda Monopoly.

1205
01:08:27,060 –> 01:08:29,600
Ooh, Yoda Monopoly. That
sounds like a lot of fun.

1206
01:08:29,600 –> 01:08:33,800
Santa Santa likes like Star
Wars, . All right. Well,

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01:08:33,800 –> 01:08:35,520
Merry Christmas to you and,

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01:08:35,520 –> 01:08:39,040
and I look forward to visiting you and
I’ll tell my elves what you want this

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01:08:39,040 –> 01:08:40,520
year. We’ll see what we can do.

1210
01:08:42,500 –> 01:08:43,740
Thank you. You’re.

1211
01:08:43,740 –> 01:08:45,700
Welcome. Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas.

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01:08:46,320 –> 01:08:47,970
Well, Santa, uh, there.

1213
01:08:48,080 –> 01:08:48,690
Byebye.

1214
01:08:48,690 –> 01:08:51,450
There definitely have been a lot of good
little boys and girls that called in

1215
01:08:51,450 –> 01:08:53,970
today. Uh, but at Christmas
time, sometimes it’s,

1216
01:08:53,970 –> 01:08:58,250
it’s good to stop and reflect and to
think of all the things that we should be

1217
01:08:58,530 –> 01:09:00,850
thankful for this holiday season. Um,

1218
01:09:00,860 –> 01:09:04,490
we mentioned earlier in the show that
we are still in the midst of this

1219
01:09:04,810 –> 01:09:08,730
pandemic, and we have a lot of frontline
workers that have been keeping, uh,

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01:09:08,740 –> 01:09:11,610
keeping our stores open and, and, uh,

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01:09:11,610 –> 01:09:14,130
working out there when
some other people have,

1222
01:09:14,130 –> 01:09:16,450
have been quarantining or
maybe not going out as much.

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01:09:16,550 –> 01:09:19,930
And we also have some wonderful
healthcare workers that are out there.

1224
01:09:19,930 –> 01:09:21,850
That’s right. Uh, taking care of, uh,

1225
01:09:21,850 –> 01:09:24,570
those who are ill and
infirm this holiday season.

1226
01:09:24,570 –> 01:09:27,610
That’s right. We’re here in the
Uniontown Hospital Studios and,

1227
01:09:27,670 –> 01:09:30,930
and I know that there are many
here in Uniontown and at other, uh,

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01:09:31,450 –> 01:09:35,210
hospitals and doctors’ offices and
everything around the area here who are

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01:09:35,210 –> 01:09:39,210
working hard for us to keep us all safe
and healthy. And Santa appreciate you.

1230
01:09:39,470 –> 01:09:43,330
And I want you to stay safe and just
know that we’re thankful for you and we

1231
01:09:43,330 –> 01:09:44,163
love you.

1232
01:09:44,360 –> 01:09:48,210
Well, Santa, uh, I, we have
another recorded piece, uh,

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01:09:48,210 –> 01:09:49,690
that we’re going to go
to here in a moment.

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01:09:49,690 –> 01:09:52,770
And I believe it’s one of your
favorite Christmas poems. Uh,

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01:09:52,770 –> 01:09:53,490
you wanna introduce.

1236
01:09:53,490 –> 01:09:56,290
That? Oh, yes. This is
called the Christmas Guest,

1237
01:09:56,290 –> 01:10:00,410
and it tells us a lot about the
true meaning of Christmas and

1238
01:10:00,910 –> 01:10:05,610
how we should behave at Christmas and
how we should treat others in general.

1239
01:10:05,740 –> 01:10:08,170
So hopefully you’ll like
it very much like I do.

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01:10:19,260 –> 01:10:21,770
It happened one day near December’s end,

1241
01:10:22,070 –> 01:10:26,850
two neighbors called on an old friend
and they found his shop so meager and

1242
01:10:26,850 –> 01:10:29,610
lean made gay with thousand bows of green.

1243
01:10:30,110 –> 01:10:34,930
And Conrad was sitting with a face of
shine when he suddenly stopped as he

1244
01:10:34,930 –> 01:10:38,490
stitched a twine. And he said,
old friends at dawn today,

1245
01:10:38,560 –> 01:10:41,050
when the cock was crowing the night away,

1246
01:10:41,230 –> 01:10:45,970
the Lord appeared in a dream to me
and said, I’m coming your guest to be.

1247
01:10:47,100 –> 01:10:51,810
So. I’ve been busy with Feister,
strewing my chop with branches of fern.

1248
01:10:52,230 –> 01:10:55,890
The table is spread and the kettle
is shined. And over the rafters,

1249
01:10:55,890 –> 01:11:00,490
the hawley is twined. Now I’ll wait for
my Lord to appear and listen closely.

1250
01:11:00,860 –> 01:11:04,410
So I will hear his step as
he nears my humble place.

1251
01:11:04,590 –> 01:11:07,050
And I’ll open the door
and look on his face.

1252
01:11:07,900 –> 01:11:12,290
So his friends went home and left Conrad
alone. For this was the happiest day.

1253
01:11:12,290 –> 01:11:15,920
He had known for long since
his family had passed away,

1254
01:11:16,260 –> 01:11:19,080
and Conrad had spent
many a sad Christmas day,

1255
01:11:19,780 –> 01:11:23,920
but he knew with the Lord as his Christmas
guest this Christmas would be the

1256
01:11:23,920 –> 01:11:27,920
dearest and best. So he listened
with only joy in his heart.

1257
01:11:28,580 –> 01:11:29,720
And with every sound,

1258
01:11:29,720 –> 01:11:34,680
he would rise with a start and look
for the Lord to be at his door like the

1259
01:11:34,680 –> 01:11:36,960
vision he had had a few hours before.

1260
01:11:38,150 –> 01:11:40,580
So he ran to the window
after hearing a sound,

1261
01:11:40,840 –> 01:11:45,540
but all he could see on the snow
covered ground was a shabby beggar whose

1262
01:11:45,540 –> 01:11:49,020
shoes were worn. And all of his
clothes were ragged and worn.

1263
01:11:49,480 –> 01:11:54,380
But Conrad was touched and he went
to the door and he said, you know,

1264
01:11:54,380 –> 01:11:56,220
your feet must be frozen and sore.

1265
01:11:56,570 –> 01:12:00,820
I have some shoes in my shop for you and
a coat that will keep you warmer too.

1266
01:12:01,690 –> 01:12:04,080
So with a grateful
heart, the man went away.

1267
01:12:04,620 –> 01:12:09,480
But Conrad noticed the time of day and
wondered what made the Lord so late

1268
01:12:09,860 –> 01:12:13,960
and how much longer he’d have
to wait. When he heard a knock,

1269
01:12:14,010 –> 01:12:17,520
he ran to the door, but it
was only a stranger once more.

1270
01:12:18,070 –> 01:12:20,120
A bent old lady with a shawl of black,

1271
01:12:20,190 –> 01:12:22,880
with a bundle of kindling
piled on her back.

1272
01:12:23,340 –> 01:12:25,640
She asked only for a place to rest,

1273
01:12:26,060 –> 01:12:28,800
but that was reserved
for Conrads great guest.

1274
01:12:29,500 –> 01:12:32,640
But her voice seemed to
plead, don’t send me away,

1275
01:12:32,940 –> 01:12:35,480
let me rest for a while on Christmas day.

1276
01:12:36,210 –> 01:12:41,080
So Conrad brewed her a steaming cup and
told her to sit at the table and suck.

1277
01:12:41,820 –> 01:12:43,120
But after she left,

1278
01:12:43,130 –> 01:12:47,360
he was filled with dismay for he saw
that the hours were slipping away

1279
01:12:47,820 –> 01:12:50,240
and the Lord hadn’t come
as he said he would.

1280
01:12:50,510 –> 01:12:53,640
Then Conrad felt sure
he had misunderstood,

1281
01:12:54,510 –> 01:12:56,880
went out of the stillness. He heard a cry,

1282
01:12:57,030 –> 01:13:01,040
please help me and tell
me where am I? So again,

1283
01:13:01,130 –> 01:13:05,160
he opened his friendly door and
stood disappointed as twice before.

1284
01:13:06,210 –> 01:13:10,400
It was only a child who wandered
away and was lost from her family.

1285
01:13:10,400 –> 01:13:14,920
On Christmas day again, Conrad’s
heart was heavy and sad,

1286
01:13:15,300 –> 01:13:17,640
but he knew he shouldn’t
make the little girl glad.

1287
01:13:18,450 –> 01:13:23,000
So he called her in and he wiped her
tears and quieted all her childish

1288
01:13:23,000 –> 01:13:26,560
fears. Then he let her
back to her home once more.

1289
01:13:26,900 –> 01:13:29,360
But as he entered his own darkened door,

1290
01:13:29,730 –> 01:13:33,920
he knew the Lord was not coming today
for the hours of Christmas had passed

1291
01:13:33,920 –> 01:13:37,960
away. So he went to his
room and knelt down to pray.

1292
01:13:38,380 –> 01:13:41,280
And he said, dear Lord, why did you delay?

1293
01:13:41,910 –> 01:13:45,320
What kept you from
coming to call on me for?

1294
01:13:45,320 –> 01:13:50,240
I wanted so much your face to
see when soft in the silence,

1295
01:13:50,870 –> 01:13:54,160
a voice he heard lift up your head.

1296
01:13:54,340 –> 01:13:59,240
For I kept my word three times
my shadow crossed your floor.

1297
01:13:59,540 –> 01:14:02,440
And three times I came
to your lonely door.

1298
01:14:03,310 –> 01:14:05,960
I was the beggar with bruised cold feet.

1299
01:14:06,340 –> 01:14:08,920
And I was the woman you
gave something to eat.

1300
01:14:09,350 –> 01:14:11,720
I was the child on the homeless street.

1301
01:14:11,960 –> 01:14:15,440
Three times I knocked and
three times I came in.

1302
01:14:15,900 –> 01:14:20,600
And each time I found the
warmth of a friend of all the

1303
01:14:20,600 –> 01:14:22,440
gifts, love is the best.

1304
01:14:23,060 –> 01:14:27,080
And I was honored to be
your Christmas guest.

1305
01:15:08,860 –> 01:15:13,760
You are listening to Santa
Talk and W MBS Radio five 90 am

1306
01:15:13,760 –> 01:15:17,000
1 0 1 0.1 FM with host Matthew Dowling.

1307
01:15:17,350 –> 01:15:20,200
Call in to talk with Santa by calling

1308
01:15:20,200 –> 01:15:25,200
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

1309
01:15:25,620 –> 01:15:27,040
Now back to the show.

1310
01:15:28,630 –> 01:15:32,080
Well, Santa, we’ve got to talk to a
lot of good little boys and girls,

1311
01:15:32,080 –> 01:15:35,160
but there’s still some time for people
to call in and talk to Santa Claus.

1312
01:15:35,320 –> 01:15:39,800
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3. Now, uh,

1313
01:15:39,800 –> 01:15:44,160
they just let me know that if all the
lines are busy, it just continues to ring.

1314
01:15:44,160 –> 01:15:48,120
There’s no busy signal as I had informed
you before. But if you just get a ring,

1315
01:15:48,120 –> 01:15:52,840
a ring, a ring, we are here. We’re trying
to answer you. Um, so call back, uh,

1316
01:15:52,970 –> 01:15:55,160
in a few minutes. If, if you
don’t get someone right away,

1317
01:15:55,490 –> 01:15:58,920
we have Trip and Harper
on the line. Santa.

1318
01:15:59,040 –> 01:16:00,520
Hello, trip and Harper.

1319
01:16:01,610 –> 01:16:02,443
So hi.

1320
01:16:02,650 –> 01:16:04,560
Hi. Hi. Merry Christmas.

1321
01:16:06,680 –> 01:16:08,620
Hey, Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas.

1322
01:16:08,940 –> 01:16:11,860
Thank you for being so good
and waiting to talk to Santa.

1323
01:16:14,650 –> 01:16:17,880
Hi. I want a talking doll.

1324
01:16:18,150 –> 01:16:20,360
A talking doll. Okay. Okay.

1325
01:16:20,750 –> 01:16:25,160
What do you want for
Christmas chip? Um, A what?

1326
01:16:25,390 –> 01:16:30,120
A present. A present. Yeah. What
do you want in there? Yeah. Chuck.

1327
01:16:30,120 –> 01:16:35,080
A tractor. Yeah. Helen
truck. And a tractor.

1328
01:16:35,710 –> 01:16:39,560
Okay. A truck and a tractor.
Very nice. Very nice.

1329
01:16:40,270 –> 01:16:43,120
Well, Santa will do his best
to get these things for you.

1330
01:16:43,460 –> 01:16:47,800
And I appreciate you being so good
this year. Continue to be good and,

1331
01:16:47,860 –> 01:16:51,000
and kind to others. And I look forward.

1332
01:16:52,700 –> 01:16:54,440
And I want some makeup.

1333
01:16:54,970 –> 01:16:57,080
Oh, some makeup. We
can’t forget that. Real.

1334
01:16:57,080 –> 01:16:58,800
Makeup. I want real makeup.

1335
01:16:58,950 –> 01:17:01,040
Real makeup. Okay.

1336
01:17:01,680 –> 01:17:02,920
Christmas. Well.

1337
01:17:02,920 –> 01:17:06,520
Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas.
We’ll see what we can do for you. And,

1338
01:17:06,540 –> 01:17:08,800
and I can’t wait to visit
you for Christmas Eve.

1339
01:17:08,800 –> 01:17:10,240
Don’t forget to put out the cookies.

1340
01:17:11,900 –> 01:17:12,390
Okay.

1341
01:17:12,390 –> 01:17:13,510
Merry Christmas.

1342
01:17:14,180 –> 01:17:18,270
Well, Santa, we also Merry
Christmas. We also have True.

1343
01:17:18,270 –> 01:17:19,270
And Taylor on the.

1344
01:17:19,270 –> 01:17:24,080
Line. True. And Taylor,
are you there? Yes. Hi,

1345
01:17:24,080 –> 01:17:25,960
it’s Santa Claus. How are you?

1346
01:17:26,990 –> 01:17:27,823
Good.

1347
01:17:28,590 –> 01:17:31,160
Good. Well, it’s so good to hear from you.

1348
01:17:31,160 –> 01:17:32,960
Thank you for holding to talk to Santa.

1349
01:17:34,110 –> 01:17:34,760
Mm-hmm.

1350
01:17:34,760 –> 01:17:36,800
, what would you
like for Christmas this year?

1351
01:17:37,850 –> 01:17:38,920
Uh, I’m on a.

1352
01:17:39,120 –> 01:17:42,840
Computer. A computer, anything else?

1353
01:17:44,700 –> 01:17:46,560
And a VR headset.

1354
01:17:47,590 –> 01:17:51,080
A VR headset. Say, got to
play around with one of those.

1355
01:17:51,080 –> 01:17:53,760
One time the elves were working
on that and I said, Hey,

1356
01:17:53,760 –> 01:17:57,200
let’s Santa try that on. And I got to
play some games. That’s a lot of fun.

1357
01:17:58,270 –> 01:18:00,160
Yeah. What else would
you like? Anything else?

1358
01:18:03,800 –> 01:18:08,400
Actually? Yeah. Count. Uh, I would like,

1359
01:18:15,390 –> 01:18:18,800
okay, Taylor, you talk to Santa, say hi.

1360
01:18:19,210 –> 01:18:20,043
Hi, Taylor.

1361
01:18:21,150 –> 01:18:25,560
Tell him what you want. I want a bicycle.

1362
01:18:26,790 –> 01:18:27,623
A bicycle?

1363
01:18:28,270 –> 01:18:28,950
Yeah.

1364
01:18:28,950 –> 01:18:30,000
Okay. What.

1365
01:18:30,000 –> 01:18:31,680
Coming? Pink.

1366
01:18:31,830 –> 01:18:34,680
Pink bicycle. Okay. That’s
very important detail.

1367
01:18:34,790 –> 01:18:36,960
I’ll make sure to make a
note for the elves on that.

1368
01:18:38,910 –> 01:18:41,960
Tell me, have a safe trip. Have a safe.

1369
01:18:41,960 –> 01:18:44,640
Check. Thank you very
much. Thank you very much.

1370
01:18:44,640 –> 01:18:48,080
Hopefully we don’t have too much
snow. Just enough snow to, to, uh,

1371
01:18:48,080 –> 01:18:51,000
to get the slate. But we don’t
even need snow. The, the, the,

1372
01:18:51,000 –> 01:18:54,600
the Christmas magic is still there,
even if we don’t have snow. So I’ll,

1373
01:18:54,600 –> 01:18:57,800
I’ll look forward to visiting you
and have a very merry Christmas.

1374
01:18:58,670 –> 01:19:01,040
I take care of the rain
here. Take care of.

1375
01:19:01,040 –> 01:19:05,270
The rain here. I sure will.
I sure will. Bye-bye now.

1376
01:19:05,790 –> 01:19:09,350
Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas. Thank.

1377
01:19:09,350 –> 01:19:09,550
You.

1378
01:19:09,550 –> 01:19:10,790
Thank you. You.

1379
01:19:11,300 –> 01:19:14,110
Well, Santa, you have a busy
couple days coming up. Uh,

1380
01:19:14,110 –> 01:19:18,110
it is kind of your on season
at the time when you, uh,

1381
01:19:18,300 –> 01:19:20,990
spring to your Christmas
cheer. That’s right. And, uh,

1382
01:19:21,010 –> 01:19:23,950
and get all the work done.
Uh, last minute preparations.

1383
01:19:23,950 –> 01:19:26,990
I’m sure the elves are taken
care of those tonight. Uh,

1384
01:19:26,990 –> 01:19:30,790
back at home and getting the
sled all packed up. Um, I feel.

1385
01:19:30,790 –> 01:19:32,590
Like a tax accounted in April.

1386
01:19:33,030 –> 01:19:37,750
, representative .
Oh, Santa, you’re funny. Um,

1387
01:19:38,150 –> 01:19:40,750
telephone number tonight if
you want to talk to Santa, uh,

1388
01:19:40,840 –> 01:19:44,030
if you want to ask him about a
bad joke or anything like that,

1389
01:19:44,390 –> 01:19:48,590
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

1390
01:19:48,600 –> 01:19:52,590
Santa’s here with us for about
another half hour. Uh, Santa,

1391
01:19:52,750 –> 01:19:55,870
thank you so much for coming down
to w Nmb s here in Uniontown. My.

1392
01:19:55,990 –> 01:19:56,823
Pleasure. My pleasure.

1393
01:19:56,940 –> 01:19:59,910
It’s great to hear from the little boys
and girls all around Fayette County.

1394
01:20:00,420 –> 01:20:05,230
Well, (724) 438-4593.

1395
01:20:05,230 –> 01:20:08,440
And you can call in and
talk to Santa Claus. Uh,

1396
01:20:08,440 –> 01:20:12,120
phone lines look like they’re open
right now, so, uh, dial that number.

1397
01:20:12,120 –> 01:20:16,800
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3. And
you can talk to Santa.

1398
01:20:19,190 –> 01:20:22,310
Can’t wait to hear from
you. And don’t worry if you,

1399
01:20:22,310 –> 01:20:26,070
if you can’t get through today, Santa
still has an idea of what you want,

1400
01:20:26,230 –> 01:20:27,063
don’t worry.

1401
01:20:27,600 –> 01:20:30,190
So Santa, uh, the, the telephone, um,

1402
01:20:30,210 –> 01:20:32,910
has been around for quite some time now.

1403
01:20:32,910 –> 01:20:36,350
There’s email in all kind of
other technology, uh, Santa.

1404
01:20:36,350 –> 01:20:41,230
Do people reach out to you, uh, through
email and text messaging or, uh,

1405
01:20:41,230 –> 01:20:43,030
do they still write the
old traditional letters?

1406
01:20:43,030 –> 01:20:46,350
We still get a lot of letters and Santa
likes to get the letters. And, you know,

1407
01:20:46,350 –> 01:20:50,590
even if you spell something wrong, Santa
understands, Santa knows what you mean.

1408
01:20:50,590 –> 01:20:54,390
So don’t worry about about that, just
do your best. But we get some letters,

1409
01:20:54,390 –> 01:20:55,230
we get some emails,

1410
01:20:55,230 –> 01:20:59,230
and I have a whole department of elves
that are my communications department.

1411
01:20:59,230 –> 01:21:03,390
So they help Santa sort the letters,
sort the mail that I get. And, uh,

1412
01:21:03,390 –> 01:21:07,550
and so it all gets read. Don’t worry,
everything that you send gets read.

1413
01:21:07,740 –> 01:21:09,750
Does Mrs. Claus do a lot of, of help.

1414
01:21:09,750 –> 01:21:13,830
With that? Oh, Mrs. Claus does it all.
She does it all behind the scenes. Yes,

1415
01:21:13,930 –> 01:21:18,070
she helps me very much. And as you can
see, those of us watching on Facebook,

1416
01:21:18,070 –> 01:21:20,470
Santa Wears glasses. Mrs.
Claus wears glasses too,

1417
01:21:20,470 –> 01:21:22,270
but her eyesight is a
little bit better than mine.

1418
01:21:22,270 –> 01:21:24,750
So sometimes she will help
me to read the letters.

1419
01:21:25,300 –> 01:21:26,110
Well, Santa,

1420
01:21:26,110 –> 01:21:29,670
we have just about another half hour
for anyone who wants to talk to you.

1421
01:21:29,670 –> 01:21:34,110
Call into w Nmb, S (724) 438-4593.

1422
01:21:34,110 –> 01:21:34,900
I hear the lines.

1423
01:21:34,900 –> 01:21:36,270
I hear it ringing. I hear it.

1424
01:21:36,270 –> 01:21:38,030
Ringing. So it could be a little, uh,

1425
01:21:38,030 –> 01:21:41,750
boy or girl that wants to talk to Santa
Claus and we’ll get ’em on the line, uh,

1426
01:21:41,750 –> 01:21:43,470
with him in, in just a couple minutes.

1427
01:21:43,470 –> 01:21:47,030
You know, Matt, I heard a few boys
and girls ask for Mike Bicycles today,

1428
01:21:47,030 –> 01:21:50,190
and I just wanted to remind everyone to
be very safe when you’re out riding your

1429
01:21:50,190 –> 01:21:53,750
bike. If you can wear a helmet that
really helps, you know, you could fall.

1430
01:21:53,750 –> 01:21:57,510
And that helps you from, from having a,
a pretty serious boo boo on your head.

1431
01:21:57,840 –> 01:22:01,390
So I want everyone to re remember to wear
your helmets and be very careful when

1432
01:22:01,390 –> 01:22:02,270
you’re out riding your bike.

1433
01:22:02,880 –> 01:22:04,350
Do you ride a bicycle? Santa Claus.

1434
01:22:04,670 –> 01:22:07,150
not too much in the
North Pole. Not too, too much.

1435
01:22:07,180 –> 01:22:10,670
It’s hard to ride over, over
top of the snow and the ice.

1436
01:22:10,670 –> 01:22:12,190
You’re more of a roller blader.

1437
01:22:12,200 –> 01:22:14,790
Oh, that’s right. That’s
right. Very much so.

1438
01:22:14,860 –> 01:22:17,790
A long time ago I visited a roller
rink here in, in Fayette County.

1439
01:22:17,790 –> 01:22:18,990
It was called Wheels of eight.

1440
01:22:19,140 –> 01:22:21,590
Wheels of eight. Is that
cuz there were eight wheels.

1441
01:22:21,590 –> 01:22:23,750
Eight wheels on a roller skate.
Yes. Mm-hmm. .

1442
01:22:24,640 –> 01:22:26,270
So you’re a big roller skater.

1443
01:22:26,270 –> 01:22:27,750
So roller skate and ice skate of course.

1444
01:22:27,800 –> 01:22:30,350
Oh, of course. Yes. But
that may make more sense.

1445
01:22:31,140 –> 01:22:33,470
A little bit. But Santa
doesn’t always, you know,

1446
01:22:33,470 –> 01:22:35,510
Christmas magic doesn’t always make sense.

1447
01:22:35,990 –> 01:22:37,990
Well, we still
have open phone lines.

1448
01:22:37,990 –> 01:22:41,870
(724) 438-4593.

1449
01:22:42,250 –> 01:22:45,070
And it looks like Sophia
is on the line. Santa.

1450
01:22:45,300 –> 01:22:48,550
Sophia. Good to hear from
you. Merry Christmas Smith.

1451
01:22:49,310 –> 01:22:50,510
Merry Christmas.

1452
01:22:50,510 –> 01:22:52,030
Thank you for calling Santa.

1453
01:22:52,820 –> 01:22:53,310
What.

1454
01:22:53,310 –> 01:22:55,350
What can I get for you
for Christmas this year?

1455
01:22:56,460 –> 01:22:57,293
Barbie.

1456
01:22:57,580 –> 01:23:00,070
Barbie. Okay. Any special Barbies.

1457
01:23:05,270 –> 01:23:06,103
Come. Barbie.

1458
01:23:06,990 –> 01:23:08,880
Taylor. Taylor Swift.

1459
01:23:09,790 –> 01:23:11,600
A Taylor Swift Barbie.
Is that what you said?

1460
01:23:14,360 –> 01:23:15,960
? I did.

1461
01:23:16,670 –> 01:23:17,503
Okay.

1462
01:23:17,710 –> 01:23:18,600
What else do you.

1463
01:23:18,600 –> 01:23:20,520
Want? Um, baby doctor.

1464
01:23:22,830 –> 01:23:23,663
Okay.

1465
01:23:24,200 –> 01:23:25,560
Thank you doing that.

1466
01:23:29,110 –> 01:23:30,080
Okay, thank you.

1467
01:23:30,460 –> 01:23:31,293
Yes.

1468
01:23:31,340 –> 01:23:33,600
Who all in the room there with you today?

1469
01:23:34,550 –> 01:23:35,280
What?

1470
01:23:35,280 –> 01:23:39,760
Who’s all there with you
today? Pop. Pop. Oh, very nice.

1471
01:23:40,670 –> 01:23:42,280
Anna Sissy.

1472
01:23:42,460 –> 01:23:43,520
And her sissy.

1473
01:23:44,310 –> 01:23:48,880
Well, Santa visited Santa visited
Pat Pap when Papp was a little boy.

1474
01:23:48,900 –> 01:23:53,360
You know that Santa’s been
around for a long time and maybe,

1475
01:23:53,360 –> 01:23:57,600
maybe one day you’ll have your own
kids and Santa will visit. So yeah.

1476
01:23:58,120 –> 01:24:01,480
Merry Cali. Okay.

1477
01:24:03,200 –> 01:24:03,630
Sissy.

1478
01:24:03,630 –> 01:24:07,000
Okay for sissy. Well,
Merry Christmas to you.

1479
01:24:07,760 –> 01:24:08,680
Merry C.

1480
01:24:08,920 –> 01:24:10,680
We’ll see you soon. Ho ho ho.

1481
01:24:10,910 –> 01:24:13,320
Well, Santa, we wanna get
that number out there again.

1482
01:24:13,320 –> 01:24:18,240
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3. Uh,

1483
01:24:18,240 –> 01:24:22,880
you can ring those lines, ring those
bells and talk to Santa this evening. Uh,

1484
01:24:22,920 –> 01:24:27,040
he’ll be with us for just about
another 20 minutes or so. Um,

1485
01:24:27,040 –> 01:24:27,960
we’ve had a,

1486
01:24:27,960 –> 01:24:32,000
a couple interesting stories that
we’ve played throughout the night. Um,

1487
01:24:32,130 –> 01:24:37,080
we shared your, one of your favorite
poems, the Christmas guest Santa and, uh,

1488
01:24:37,080 –> 01:24:40,200
we have another poem that I think we’re
gonna cue up here in just a moment

1489
01:24:40,390 –> 01:24:43,480
that’s gonna talk about the
true meaning of Christmas.

1490
01:24:46,830 –> 01:24:51,480
Once in a manger a long time
ago before there was Santa

1491
01:24:51,700 –> 01:24:53,480
and reindeer and snow,

1492
01:24:54,310 –> 01:24:59,280
a star shown down on humble
beginnings below of a baby just born.

1493
01:24:59,280 –> 01:25:01,120
Who the world would soon know.

1494
01:25:02,020 –> 01:25:04,860
Never before had there been such a sight,

1495
01:25:05,300 –> 01:25:08,580
would the son of a king
have to suffer this flight?

1496
01:25:09,290 –> 01:25:12,740
Aren’t their enemies to lead?
Aren’t their battles to fight?

1497
01:25:13,020 –> 01:25:17,100
Shouldn’t he conquer the world
and demand his birth? Right?

1498
01:25:17,290 –> 01:25:22,220
Know this frail little infant asleep
in the hay would change the whole

1499
01:25:22,220 –> 01:25:26,860
world with the words he would say
not about power or demanding his

1500
01:25:26,860 –> 01:25:27,693
way,

1501
01:25:28,000 –> 01:25:32,780
but mercy and loving and
forgiving God’s way for

1502
01:25:32,780 –> 01:25:33,940
only through humbleness.

1503
01:25:33,940 –> 01:25:38,900
Would the battle be won as shown
by the actions of God’s only

1504
01:25:39,050 –> 01:25:43,980
true son who gave up his life
for the sins of everyone who

1505
01:25:43,980 –> 01:25:46,580
saved the whole world
when his journey was done.

1506
01:25:47,530 –> 01:25:51,340
Many years have now passed
since that night, long ago.

1507
01:25:51,960 –> 01:25:55,260
And now we as Santa and reindeer and snow,

1508
01:25:55,960 –> 01:25:57,460
but down in our hearts,

1509
01:25:57,460 –> 01:26:02,060
the true meaning we know it is
the birth of that child that makes

1510
01:26:02,060 –> 01:26:02,660
Christmas.

1511
01:26:02,660 –> 01:26:07,240
So you are listening to Santa
Talk on W MBS Radio five 90

1512
01:26:07,410 –> 01:26:11,000
am 1 0 1 0.1 FM with host Matthew Dowling.

1513
01:26:11,350 –> 01:26:14,200
Call in to talk with Santa by calling

1514
01:26:14,200 –> 01:26:19,200
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

1515
01:26:19,500 –> 01:26:21,200
Now back to the show.

1516
01:26:22,790 –> 01:26:24,680
Well, we’re back Santa and uh,

1517
01:26:24,680 –> 01:26:26,880
we actually have a caller on
the line that wants Oh good.

1518
01:26:26,880 –> 01:26:28,320
You Bentley’s with us now. Few.

1519
01:26:28,320 –> 01:26:28,760
Bentley’s.

1520
01:26:28,760 –> 01:26:30,360
With Hello Bentley. Can you hear me?

1521
01:26:30,360 –> 01:26:31,600
Bentley, can you hear me?

1522
01:26:31,630 –> 01:26:32,320
Yeah.

1523
01:26:32,320 –> 01:26:32,880
Merry.

1524
01:26:32,880 –> 01:26:33,880
Christmas my friend.

1525
01:26:33,880 –> 01:26:34,960
Merry Christmas, my friend.

1526
01:26:35,920 –> 01:26:36,960
Merry Christmas.

1527
01:26:37,390 –> 01:26:39,560
What would you like for
Christmas this year? For.

1528
01:26:39,560 –> 01:26:40,120
Christmas this.

1529
01:26:40,120 –> 01:26:41,440
Year? A dinosaur pen.

1530
01:26:41,830 –> 01:26:43,200
A dinosaur pen.

1531
01:26:43,600 –> 01:26:44,433
Dinosaur. That’s a pen.

1532
01:26:45,030 –> 01:26:47,600
That sounds like a good idea.
Uhhuh, what else would you like?

1533
01:26:47,630 –> 01:26:48,600
What else would you like?

1534
01:26:49,300 –> 01:26:51,640
Hey, hey, Bentley. There’s
a little bit of an echo.

1535
01:26:51,640 –> 01:26:53,160
Maybe you could turn your radio down.

1536
01:26:53,160 –> 01:26:54,160
Your radio down.

1537
01:26:54,940 –> 01:26:57,080
And Santa you’ll be able
to hear Santa on the phone.

1538
01:26:57,080 –> 01:26:59,440
Santa on the phone. Oh,
we don’t have a radio. Oh.

1539
01:26:59,490 –> 01:27:01,040
We don’t have a radio on.

1540
01:27:01,150 –> 01:27:05,520
Okay. Uh, we, I’m sorry. We were just
getting some, I’m sorry. Santa Echo.

1541
01:27:05,520 –> 01:27:08,120
Santa. No problem. As long
as you can hear Santa Okay.

1542
01:27:08,120 –> 01:27:09,280
Hear Santa. Okay.

1543
01:27:09,610 –> 01:27:12,080
So you would like a dinosaur
pen? Anything else you’d like?

1544
01:27:12,600 –> 01:27:13,433
Anything else you’d like?

1545
01:27:13,930 –> 01:27:14,763
Uh, a horse.

1546
01:27:15,150 –> 01:27:16,240
A horse? Okay.

1547
01:27:16,240 –> 01:27:17,360
A horse. Okay.

1548
01:27:18,760 –> 01:27:19,600
Santa and.

1549
01:27:19,600 –> 01:27:19,760
Some.

1550
01:27:19,760 –> 01:27:20,380
Ducks. Santa.

1551
01:27:20,380 –> 01:27:21,280
And some ducks.

1552
01:27:21,280 –> 01:27:22,600
And some ducks? Mm-hmm.

1553
01:27:22,640 –> 01:27:26,600
. Oh, okay. That’s, that’s
an interesting list. Well, I will, uh,

1554
01:27:26,600 –> 01:27:28,080
I’ll see what I can do for you.

1555
01:27:28,230 –> 01:27:29,120
I can do for you.

1556
01:27:29,340 –> 01:27:32,560
And, uh, I hope it’s gonna be a very
merry Christmas for you and your family.

1557
01:27:32,560 –> 01:27:34,120
Merry Christmas for you and your family.

1558
01:27:34,560 –> 01:27:35,240
Thank you.

1559
01:27:35,240 –> 01:27:37,200
You’re welcome. Merry Christmas. Merry.

1560
01:27:37,400 –> 01:27:38,480
Merry Christmas.

1561
01:27:39,160 –> 01:27:40,200
Merry Christmas.

1562
01:27:41,630 –> 01:27:45,360
Well, Santa, we’ve talked to lots of
good little boys and girls tonight.

1563
01:27:45,450 –> 01:27:48,680
If you want to call in to talk to
Santa directly, you can do that.

1564
01:27:48,840 –> 01:27:52,960
7, 2 4 4 3. 8, 4, 5, 9 3.

1565
01:27:52,960 –> 01:27:56,280
Santa’s been with us, uh, since
five o’clock. That’s right. And, uh,

1566
01:27:56,280 –> 01:27:59,280
he left the elves and Mrs.
Claus, uh, back at home.

1567
01:27:59,280 –> 01:28:02,000
They’re getting everything ready.
And he’s with us in Uniontown.

1568
01:28:02,000 –> 01:28:03,480
They’re the real MVPs. Matt.

1569
01:28:03,510 –> 01:28:07,160
He’s, he’s with us here in
Uniontown, at w mbs, uh,

1570
01:28:07,210 –> 01:28:09,160
talking to the little boys and girls.

1571
01:28:09,350 –> 01:28:12,360
That’s right. That’s right. It’s so good
to hear from everyone. I’m so happy.

1572
01:28:12,360 –> 01:28:16,920
So many of you called today. And remember,
even if you can’t get through today,

1573
01:28:16,920 –> 01:28:21,520
Santa still has an idea of what you
want. So don’t, don’t fret little ones.

1574
01:28:21,680 –> 01:28:26,480
Santa knows. And I’m, I’m so proud
of you again for the many ways that,

1575
01:28:26,480 –> 01:28:28,840
that you’ve, you’ve done
very well this year.

1576
01:28:29,270 –> 01:28:33,520
It’s been a hard year for everyone, for
mom and dad too. And everyone’s just,

1577
01:28:33,550 –> 01:28:36,960
just done very well. And, and things will,

1578
01:28:36,960 –> 01:28:41,200
things will get back to normal slowly.
So don’t, don’t worry little ones.

1579
01:28:42,890 –> 01:28:46,820
Well, Santa, we still have some time to
take, uh, some additional phone calls.

1580
01:28:46,820 –> 01:28:51,380
(724) 438-4593. And, uh,

1581
01:28:51,420 –> 01:28:55,380
Santa, what kind of vacation do
you take after Christmas? Ho ho ho.

1582
01:28:55,690 –> 01:28:59,700
Well, some, some would say think
that I go to the South Pole just to,

1583
01:28:59,700 –> 01:29:02,680
for a little bit of change of pace.
Cause I would live in the North Pole,

1584
01:29:02,680 –> 01:29:06,760
but no, it’s pretty cold in the
South Pole too. So, uh, Santa, uh,

1585
01:29:06,950 –> 01:29:11,880
some don’t know that Santa’s a big Jimmy
Buffet fan and I, I go down to, uh, uh,

1586
01:29:11,880 –> 01:29:13,320
to the Cayman Islands sometimes.

1587
01:29:14,900 –> 01:29:16,380
Hmm. Little relaxation.

1588
01:29:16,660 –> 01:29:18,380
Little relaxation.
That’s right. That’s right.

1589
01:29:18,380 –> 01:29:23,180
So do you cut the beard and grow it back
or, or does the beard stay year round.

1590
01:29:23,180 –> 01:29:27,580
Santa? The beard stays. We, we might
trim it a little bit, but, but the beard,

1591
01:29:27,580 –> 01:29:30,300
the beard has to stay. That’s
part of, that’s part of Santa’s.

1592
01:29:30,300 –> 01:29:33,940
Magic. It’s, it’s a signature piece
of, uh, of the ensemble. Huh? Santa.

1593
01:29:33,940 –> 01:29:38,100
Right, right now I i I drop
some of this wool when I,

1594
01:29:38,100 –> 01:29:39,820
when I take my vacation, that’s for sure.

1595
01:29:39,820 –> 01:29:40,940
You don’t wear the red.

1596
01:29:40,940 –> 01:29:43,380
Suit? No, no. A red bathing suit.

1597
01:29:43,380 –> 01:29:45,180
Red bathing suit. Red bathing suit.

1598
01:29:45,180 –> 01:29:48,580
So we still have time if you wanna
call in and talk to Santa Claus.

1599
01:29:48,820 –> 01:29:53,620
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3 Santa

1600
01:29:53,620 –> 01:29:57,140
talk on W M B S radio. Um,
and we wanna thank again,

1601
01:29:57,160 –> 01:30:01,780
our sponsors for this evening’s
program, allowing us, uh, the time to,

1602
01:30:02,230 –> 01:30:04,140
uh, talk to some of the young, uh,

1603
01:30:04,140 –> 01:30:07,660
boys and girls that wanted to call in
and talk to Santa Claus. As we said,

1604
01:30:07,660 –> 01:30:11,140
it is, uh, a little bit of a,
a different year. Santa, uh,

1605
01:30:11,140 –> 01:30:12,900
was still in the malls
this year, right? Santa?

1606
01:30:12,990 –> 01:30:15,660
We were in, we were at a good
many malls. Yes. But, uh.

1607
01:30:15,660 –> 01:30:18,500
So people weren’t traveling
or, or aren’t out, uh,

1608
01:30:18,500 –> 01:30:20,540
as much maybe as they
have been in the past.

1609
01:30:20,540 –> 01:30:25,460
So you can call in and talk to Santa
tonight. Uh, and as Santa keeps saying,

1610
01:30:25,460 –> 01:30:29,180
if you don’t get to talk to him, he
still knows what you want. He still, uh,

1611
01:30:29,500 –> 01:30:33,660
encourages you to, uh, be on your best
behavior, especially this holiday season.

1612
01:30:33,740 –> 01:30:36,140
Right. It can be hard
with everything, you know,

1613
01:30:36,140 –> 01:30:37,540
a lot of us are in the house a lot more,

1614
01:30:37,540 –> 01:30:40,740
so it can be easier to fight with your
brother and sister or not to listen to

1615
01:30:40,740 –> 01:30:45,460
mom or dad or your grandparents, but
just try to be, try to be good. It’ll,

1616
01:30:45,460 –> 01:30:47,100
it will pay off. And, uh,

1617
01:30:47,120 –> 01:30:49,980
and I hope to get you all
something very nice for Christmas.

1618
01:30:50,210 –> 01:30:54,820
Well, again, Santa Talk
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

1619
01:30:54,920 –> 01:30:58,580
You know, Matt, I was just
thinking about how, you know,

1620
01:30:58,580 –> 01:31:02,340
there’s all this talk about social
distancing. Well, I was the first,

1621
01:31:02,890 –> 01:31:07,580
I was the original social distance
deliverer. You know, just the, the whole,

1622
01:31:07,580 –> 01:31:09,820
the whole chimney method
of dropping off gifts.

1623
01:31:09,820 –> 01:31:12,900
That’s social distancing in a
nutshell. We got it down. We got it.

1624
01:31:12,900 –> 01:31:15,380
Down. It really is. And,
and, and I guess, uh,

1625
01:31:15,380 –> 01:31:19,500
you start a lot of trends because the
whole FedEx thing, uh, took off after.

1626
01:31:19,500 –> 01:31:21,420
That’s right. After your package.
That’s right. Delivering.

1627
01:31:22,350 –> 01:31:24,700
So we still have time
if you wanna call in.

1628
01:31:24,700 –> 01:31:27,900
(724) 438-4593.

1629
01:31:27,900 –> 01:31:32,340
Talk to Santa Claus right here
at WMDs, uh, on the radio live.

1630
01:31:32,880 –> 01:31:37,820
And, um, you know, we’ve, we’ve had a,
a good opportunity to be here together,

1631
01:31:38,150 –> 01:31:41,580
um, to enjoy this holiday season. Um,

1632
01:31:41,770 –> 01:31:45,740
what are some of your wishes for the,
uh, the families that are out there?

1633
01:31:45,740 –> 01:31:46,573
Santa?

1634
01:31:46,690 –> 01:31:51,460
I hope that our families remember that
no matter how many things that you get,

1635
01:31:51,460 –> 01:31:55,180
and Santa, you know, we have a slave full
of things. I have a big sack full of,

1636
01:31:55,180 –> 01:31:58,900
full of treats and full of goodies for
everyone. But no matter what we get,

1637
01:31:58,900 –> 01:32:02,640
the most important thing is the time
we spend with our families. The,

1638
01:32:02,640 –> 01:32:05,520
the time we spend with those,
those people that we love.

1639
01:32:05,930 –> 01:32:10,160
So it’s very important to take the
time to put down that, that the phone,

1640
01:32:10,160 –> 01:32:13,840
put down the video game that you’re
playing and just enjoy the company of,

1641
01:32:13,890 –> 01:32:17,920
of mom or dad or your brothers or
sisters and all those that you’re around.

1642
01:32:18,190 –> 01:32:22,560
I just enjoy being together and spending
time cuz that’s really what life and

1643
01:32:22,560 –> 01:32:23,760
what Christmas is all about.

1644
01:32:24,030 –> 01:32:27,800
Well, Santa, we have Savannah on the
line and she just talked to you a little.

1645
01:32:27,800 –> 01:32:28,920
Bit. Hello Savannah.

1646
01:32:30,070 –> 01:32:31,200
Kill Santa. Hi.

1647
01:32:31,650 –> 01:32:34,280
Hi. Hi, it’s Santa Claus.
How are you? Savannah?

1648
01:32:34,970 –> 01:32:35,803
Morning.

1649
01:32:36,750 –> 01:32:40,840
It’s good to hear from you. I’ve been,
I’ve been watching and you’ve been,

1650
01:32:40,840 –> 01:32:42,360
you’ve been a good girl this year.

1651
01:32:43,170 –> 01:32:44,590
Yes, she has Santa.

1652
01:32:44,960 –> 01:32:49,390
Oh, well, Santa Santa wants to hear
what you want for Christmas this year.

1653
01:32:49,860 –> 01:32:51,150
Tell Santa what you want.

1654
01:32:51,460 –> 01:32:55,230
I want a, I want.

1655
01:32:56,540 –> 01:32:58,590
Talk where Santa can hear you, baby. So.

1656
01:32:58,700 –> 01:33:01,270
I wear blue amper and I.

1657
01:33:01,270 –> 01:33:03,710
Want lol glamp and.

1658
01:33:03,710 –> 01:33:05,590
I want a ride on thing.

1659
01:33:06,250 –> 01:33:09,870
And a she wants lol, glamp
and a ride on thing. All.

1660
01:33:09,870 –> 01:33:13,070
Right. All right. Well those are
very, those are popular toys and,

1661
01:33:13,130 –> 01:33:17,110
and popular items. So, uh, Santa will
see what he could do for you. And,

1662
01:33:17,130 –> 01:33:21,150
and thank you for being such a good
girl and continue to be a good girl.

1663
01:33:21,150 –> 01:33:24,750
And I look forward to visiting
on Christmas Eve. Don’t
forget the cookies. Okay.

1664
01:33:25,260 –> 01:33:28,630
I’ll time him. We will have him.
Lots of cookies of milk. Wow.

1665
01:33:28,710 –> 01:33:30,110
Thank you. Thank you very much.

1666
01:33:30,110 –> 01:33:33,070
Milk Milk helps keep Santa’s
bones healthy and strong.

1667
01:33:33,720 –> 01:33:35,110
Oh, yay.

1668
01:33:35,950 –> 01:33:37,150
. Merry Christmas.

1669
01:33:37,750 –> 01:33:39,750
Merry Christmas Santa. Thank you.

1670
01:33:39,910 –> 01:33:41,590
Thanks for calling. Bye-bye now.

1671
01:33:41,590 –> 01:33:42,990
Bye Santa. Bye bye.

1672
01:33:43,410 –> 01:33:44,230
Bye sweetie.

1673
01:33:44,230 –> 01:33:45,550
You’re listening. Bye. Santa.

1674
01:33:45,700 –> 01:33:48,470
You’re listening to
Santa Talk on W MBS Radio

1675
01:33:48,470 –> 01:33:51,670
(724) 438-4593.

1676
01:33:51,670 –> 01:33:54,630
You can call in and talk
to Santa directly. Uh,

1677
01:33:54,630 –> 01:33:59,110
he is visiting us here in Uniontown, uh,
straight in from the North Pole, right,

1678
01:33:59,110 –> 01:33:59,470
Santa.

1679
01:33:59,470 –> 01:34:02,390
That’s right. It was a long
trip, but it was worth it.

1680
01:34:02,390 –> 01:34:03,590
It was worth every minute.

1681
01:34:03,980 –> 01:34:06,910
Well, we definitely appreciate
you coming out and, uh,

1682
01:34:06,910 –> 01:34:10,230
and being with us this evening
so that people can call in and,

1683
01:34:10,230 –> 01:34:13,590
and talk to Santa Claus right here
on the radio. It’s been a lot of fun.

1684
01:34:13,590 –> 01:34:14,350
Have you enjoyed.

1685
01:34:14,350 –> 01:34:17,630
Yourself tonight? Absolutely, absolutely.
I don’t get to do radio very often,

1686
01:34:17,630 –> 01:34:19,190
so this is nice. Yeah.

1687
01:34:19,300 –> 01:34:20,270
It’s, uh, I,

1688
01:34:20,590 –> 01:34:24,070
I know it’s interesting for the kids to
be able to call in and hear themselves,

1689
01:34:24,080 –> 01:34:27,910
uh, on the radio as well. And
our Facebook feed is up there,

1690
01:34:27,910 –> 01:34:31,550
so mom and dad could even pull that
back up and you can rewatch, uh,

1691
01:34:31,550 –> 01:34:36,150
rewatch yourself if you like. Our
telephone lines are still open.

1692
01:34:36,150 –> 01:34:40,750
(724) 438-4593 at w n

1693
01:34:41,230 –> 01:34:45,270
s with Santa. So Santa, um,

1694
01:34:45,410 –> 01:34:46,830
big day is tomorrow.

1695
01:34:47,050 –> 01:34:51,070
Big day is tomorrow. And we’ve been, we’ve
been getting ready all year for this.

1696
01:34:51,210 –> 01:34:54,830
Now how do you get all the
rest in before? Like, do you,

1697
01:34:54,830 –> 01:34:58,360
do you get a good night’s sleep
before, uh, before Christmas.

1698
01:34:58,510 –> 01:35:01,280
I, I tried to do that. I
listened to some soothing music,

1699
01:35:01,360 –> 01:35:05,720
maybe some Christmas carols sung by,
sung by Enya or someone like that,

1700
01:35:05,720 –> 01:35:09,440
that has a really, really
mellow, mellow vibe. And I just,

1701
01:35:09,440 –> 01:35:12,600
I just go to sleep and,
and then I’m ready to go.

1702
01:35:12,600 –> 01:35:16,480
Santa doesn’t need a whole lot of
sleep, but I’m ready to go and,

1703
01:35:16,480 –> 01:35:19,480
and we make all the deliveries and then
I come back and then I’ve got the rest

1704
01:35:19,480 –> 01:35:21,000
of the year to, to rest. Although we,

1705
01:35:21,090 –> 01:35:26,000
we have to keep on top of things with
our elves, but, but it can all, you know,

1706
01:35:26,220 –> 01:35:30,520
for those couple, couple of days of, of
Christmas delivery, I’m on my A game.

1707
01:35:30,520 –> 01:35:33,280
You don’t have to worry about
Santa. I’ll get it all done.

1708
01:35:34,100 –> 01:35:35,670
Well, you know, you,

1709
01:35:35,670 –> 01:35:38,830
you talked a little bit about the
importance of spending time with, uh,

1710
01:35:38,830 –> 01:35:43,350
with people, um, this holiday season.
Some people may not be having, uh,

1711
01:35:43,570 –> 01:35:46,070
the big celebrations that
they normally have, uh,

1712
01:35:46,070 –> 01:35:50,070
because there are a lot of people
who are, are sick right now with, uh,

1713
01:35:50,070 –> 01:35:54,350
with Covid 19 and, and they’re social
distancing like we’ve talked, uh,

1714
01:35:54,350 –> 01:35:58,870
a little bit tonight. Um, but it’s also
if, if we can’t be with people, uh,

1715
01:35:58,870 –> 01:36:02,790
it’s good to reach out to them and and
to call them. Um, you know, we have a,

1716
01:36:02,980 –> 01:36:06,470
a portal, um, now at home. Yes. And, uh,

1717
01:36:06,470 –> 01:36:09,510
we can talk to my grandmother
right on that. Do you have a,

1718
01:36:09,510 –> 01:36:10,710
you have a portal at the North Pole?

1719
01:36:10,740 –> 01:36:13,630
I do. And some of the little ones have
asked for a portal this year. That was a,

1720
01:36:13,630 –> 01:36:16,470
that was a popular request.
You know, technology,

1721
01:36:16,470 –> 01:36:19,270
we can be very thankful for
technology. Without technology,

1722
01:36:19,270 –> 01:36:21,950
I wouldn’t be able to talk to all the
little boys and girls on the radio right

1723
01:36:21,950 –> 01:36:25,950
now. But, but yes, we can, uh, we
can call our loved ones. We can,

1724
01:36:25,950 –> 01:36:29,070
we can do video calls if
we’re able to do that. Uh,

1725
01:36:29,160 –> 01:36:31,790
we can write letters and loves
to receive letters of course.

1726
01:36:32,080 –> 01:36:35,070
So just make sure that even if
you can’t see someone in person,

1727
01:36:35,170 –> 01:36:39,870
you reach out and let them know
that you care about them. Well.

1728
01:36:39,880 –> 01:36:42,710
Uh, we have a few more minutes
to take some more calls.

1729
01:36:42,710 –> 01:36:47,110
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3. If you
want to talk to Santa Claus,

1730
01:36:47,110 –> 01:36:50,950
tell ’em what your last minute
Christmas gift, uh, wishes are. Um,

1731
01:36:50,950 –> 01:36:55,630
or just wish him a merry Christmas. Santa
loves talking to, uh, all of you, uh,

1732
01:36:55,630 –> 01:36:56,470
on the radio here.

1733
01:36:56,470 –> 01:36:59,510
Today. All ages too. And you’re
never too old to talk to Santa Claus.

1734
01:36:59,510 –> 01:37:01,990
I hope you remember that. Never
lose that Christmas magic.

1735
01:37:02,230 –> 01:37:06,790
Again. 7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5, 9 3.
I’m gonna be saying that, uh,

1736
01:37:07,070 –> 01:37:09,590
telephone number in my
sleep tonight. I think so.

1737
01:37:09,590 –> 01:37:10,550
That’s right. That’s right.

1738
01:37:11,000 –> 01:37:15,830
So you have already talked to, uh, a
lot of, of young boys and girls and,

1739
01:37:15,880 –> 01:37:19,150
um, you know, you’re, you’re
kind of finishing up the list.

1740
01:37:19,150 –> 01:37:20,390
They’re packing up the sleigh.

1741
01:37:20,460 –> 01:37:23,110
What do you think the most
popular to is gonna be this year?

1742
01:37:23,110 –> 01:37:27,990
Santa? You know, I think that, uh, those,
uh, I, I, I mentioned the video games.

1743
01:37:27,990 –> 01:37:31,390
That’s, that’s a big one. You know, a
lot of people like the video games. Uh,

1744
01:37:31,390 –> 01:37:34,550
boy, the, the young lady she
mentioned the l o l that’s,

1745
01:37:34,550 –> 01:37:37,190
that’s popular and the
Hatchimals, those are still,

1746
01:37:37,190 –> 01:37:39,590
there’s some still like the
Hatchimals on. And like I said,

1747
01:37:39,590 –> 01:37:41,510
there’s those classic toys that, uh,

1748
01:37:41,510 –> 01:37:43,590
classic things that
people ask for every year,

1749
01:37:43,590 –> 01:37:46,550
like the Easy Bake oven or
the baby dolls. And, uh,

1750
01:37:46,640 –> 01:37:49,950
Santa’s always happy to provide
those things. And, uh, you know,

1751
01:37:49,950 –> 01:37:52,870
our elves are very clever and
creative. So if you think, oh,

1752
01:37:52,870 –> 01:37:55,360
I don’t know if Santa
can get that for me. Oh,

1753
01:37:55,360 –> 01:37:57,280
there might be a chance that
Santa can make it happen.

1754
01:37:57,870 –> 01:38:01,120
Well, I know you always try to do
your best and you work with, uh,

1755
01:38:01,120 –> 01:38:04,000
with moms and dads to try
to make sure that, uh,

1756
01:38:04,240 –> 01:38:08,000
everyone gets what they need for
the holiday season. Um, you know,

1757
01:38:08,930 –> 01:38:12,920
uh, Santa, we have a few more minutes
and, uh, we can take another call or,

1758
01:38:12,920 –> 01:38:14,840
so if someone wants to
call in and talk to Santa.

1759
01:38:14,840 –> 01:38:19,440
7 2 4 4 3 8 4 5 9 3.

1760
01:38:19,440 –> 01:38:20,560
Hope to hear from you.

1761
01:38:20,970 –> 01:38:23,320
So Santa, when you leave here tonight, uh,

1762
01:38:23,320 –> 01:38:25,040
you’re heading back to the North Pole? I.

1763
01:38:25,040 –> 01:38:25,640
Am, I am.

1764
01:38:25,640 –> 01:38:29,720
We’ll get to take a very short rest and
then we’re hitting the road and there’s

1765
01:38:29,720 –> 01:38:31,800
something called the NORAD Santa Tracker.

1766
01:38:31,800 –> 01:38:36,400
So you might wanna look that up and it’ll
tell you where Santa is at any given

1767
01:38:36,400 –> 01:38:37,090
time.

1768
01:38:37,090 –> 01:38:40,160
So they can follow you and,
uh, and make sure everything’s.

1769
01:38:40,160 –> 01:38:41,600
Good with you. That’s right, that’s right.

1770
01:38:42,060 –> 01:38:45,280
Now, uh, what kind of navigational
devices do you have there? Oh.

1771
01:38:46,290 –> 01:38:47,840
Uh, we have it all. We have it all.

1772
01:38:47,840 –> 01:38:50,720
We have all the systems just in
case one of them goes down. Uh,

1773
01:38:50,720 –> 01:38:52,920
we got the garment, we got
the Tom Tom, we got it all.

1774
01:38:53,770 –> 01:38:57,080
Uh, I had a one of the first
TomToms when they first came out,

1775
01:38:57,080 –> 01:39:00,440
and I don’t know what I would do without,
uh, without GPS nowadays.

1776
01:39:00,440 –> 01:39:04,000
Santa Claus. Well, we wanna thank
you again for coming down. Uh,

1777
01:39:04,000 –> 01:39:06,360
we do have a couple more minutes.
Seven two four, four three.

1778
01:39:06,360 –> 01:39:07,680
I hear the phone ringing, Matt.

1779
01:39:07,680 –> 01:39:11,800
Four five nine three four five
nine three. Uh, give us a call.

1780
01:39:11,800 –> 01:39:15,840
You can talk to Santa Claus. Uh,
let ’em know what your last minute,

1781
01:39:16,490 –> 01:39:17,960
um, gifts are gonna be.

1782
01:39:17,960 –> 01:39:21,280
Well, Matt, what do you want
for Christmas? We haven’t
asked you that yet. Well.

1783
01:39:21,280 –> 01:39:26,240
That’s a good question. Santa, you know,
I, um, I’m kind of hard to buy for.

1784
01:39:26,240 –> 01:39:29,600
I think, uh, you know, I,
there’s not much I need. Uh,

1785
01:39:29,710 –> 01:39:34,640
I do en enjoy, uh, time with friends
and family and, um, you know,

1786
01:39:34,640 –> 01:39:38,680
so sometimes just, uh, nice evening, uh,

1787
01:39:38,680 –> 01:39:42,360
with the people that I love. Is, is
what means the most at the holidays.

1788
01:39:42,360 –> 01:39:45,800
Well, Santa can help make that happen
for you. That’s, that’s a good,

1789
01:39:45,800 –> 01:39:46,680
that’s a good request.

1790
01:39:47,110 –> 01:39:49,360
Well, Santa, we have, uh,
just a couple more minutes.

1791
01:39:49,360 –> 01:39:54,200
7, 2, 4, 4, 3, 8, 4, 5, 9, 3.
I hear the line ringing. Uh,

1792
01:39:54,200 –> 01:39:58,000
hopefully we can try to get a couple
more kids on the program this evening.

1793
01:39:58,250 –> 01:40:03,040
We want to thank our sponsors again.
Uh, they have, uh, generously,

1794
01:40:03,250 –> 01:40:07,160
uh, provided the airtime for us and,
and some of the promotional, uh,

1795
01:40:07,160 –> 01:40:10,600
items that happened before the show.
Um, Santa, we want to thank you.

1796
01:40:10,600 –> 01:40:14,840
We want to thank the great staff at w
Nmb s uh, cuz we came in and, you know,

1797
01:40:14,840 –> 01:40:18,040
we are not radio experts. I,
I don’t know about you saying.

1798
01:40:18,040 –> 01:40:18,873
That. Oh no.

1799
01:40:18,940 –> 01:40:22,000
But, uh, they’ve helped us
through tonight’s program and, uh,

1800
01:40:22,000 –> 01:40:24,160
doing a fantastic job. Um,

1801
01:40:24,160 –> 01:40:26,920
earlier in the program we talked
about our frontline workers,

1802
01:40:26,920 –> 01:40:30,600
our healthcare workers, those
postal delivery people. Um,

1803
01:40:30,600 –> 01:40:35,040
just thankful for what
everyone, uh, does and, and, uh,

1804
01:40:35,040 –> 01:40:37,280
especially during these
holiday times. Yes.

1805
01:40:37,440 –> 01:40:39,920
Matt? I wanna say I’m an
expert of, of two things,

1806
01:40:40,030 –> 01:40:43,280
making toys and eating
cookies. That’s all. Not radio,

1807
01:40:43,620 –> 01:40:48,250
but it’s been very nice to be here
and we are thankful. Okay. Oh,

1808
01:40:48,250 –> 01:40:49,210
we have some folks on the line.

1809
01:40:49,260 –> 01:40:52,370
We do. We have Trinity,
uh, Charlotte and Robert.

1810
01:40:52,630 –> 01:40:56,680
All on the same line. I believe
so. Hello everyone. Hello. Trinity

1811
01:40:58,860 –> 01:41:02,160
and Charlotte. Charlotte and
Robert. And Robert. Hello everyone.

1812
01:41:03,720 –> 01:41:04,553
Hello.

1813
01:41:04,560 –> 01:41:05,720
Merry Christmas.

1814
01:41:07,040 –> 01:41:07,873
Merry.

1815
01:41:08,870 –> 01:41:10,880
What would you all like
for Christmas this year?

1816
01:41:12,920 –> 01:41:15,050
I, I want something for Christmas.

1817
01:41:15,720 –> 01:41:16,970
Okay. What would you like?

1818
01:41:18,670 –> 01:41:21,940
Um, I like your baby doll with clothes.

1819
01:41:22,370 –> 01:41:24,300
Baby dolls with clothes, huh?

1820
01:41:25,370 –> 01:41:28,700
Yeah. And all also our doll too.

1821
01:41:29,450 –> 01:41:32,740
Okay. Who else?

1822
01:41:33,290 –> 01:41:37,700
What else would you
all like? Hi. Hi there.

1823
01:41:38,300 –> 01:41:39,900
Merry Christmas. I.

1824
01:41:39,900 –> 01:41:44,340
Would like, I would
like, um, a baby grow up.

1825
01:41:44,930 –> 01:41:46,580
Okay. Baby grow up. Mm-hmm. .

1826
01:41:47,130 –> 01:41:47,810
Yeah.

1827
01:41:47,810 –> 01:41:52,540
Very good. Very good. Hello there.

1828
01:41:52,990 –> 01:41:53,860
Is that you Robert?

1829
01:41:54,920 –> 01:41:55,570
Yep.

1830
01:41:55,570 –> 01:41:58,340
Good to hear from you. What
would you like for Christmas?

1831
01:41:59,720 –> 01:42:00,940
I’m on PS four five.

1832
01:42:01,310 –> 01:42:05,900
PS 4 0 5. Okay. Okay. We’ll see what we
can do for you all. Well, thank you for,

1833
01:42:05,900 –> 01:42:08,700
thanks for calling to talk
to Santa Merry Christmas.

1834
01:42:09,540 –> 01:42:10,140
Merry.

1835
01:42:10,140 –> 01:42:10,980
We’ll see you soon.

1836
01:42:12,110 –> 01:42:12,780
Bye-bye.

1837
01:42:12,780 –> 01:42:15,050
Now. Merry Christmas.

1838
01:42:16,550 –> 01:42:17,383
Bye Santa.

1839
01:42:17,620 –> 01:42:19,810
Bye-bye. Bye. Little ones.

1840
01:42:21,720 –> 01:42:24,730
Well Santa, we have just a
moment or two, uh, left. Oh,

1841
01:42:24,730 –> 01:42:26,730
we actually have another
call. Blake is on the line.

1842
01:42:26,730 –> 01:42:28,010
We’re gonna take Blake real quick.

1843
01:42:28,530 –> 01:42:32,750
Hello, Blake. Hi. Hi,
it’s Santa. How are you?

1844
01:42:33,660 –> 01:42:34,230
Good.

1845
01:42:34,230 –> 01:42:35,630
Merry Christmas.

1846
01:42:36,340 –> 01:42:37,540
Merry Christmas.

1847
01:42:37,930 –> 01:42:40,060
What can I get you for
Christmas this year?

1848
01:42:41,890 –> 01:42:43,570
Maybe a Nerf gun.

1849
01:42:43,880 –> 01:42:47,860
A Nerf gun. Okay. Anything else?

1850
01:42:49,170 –> 01:42:50,003
Yes.

1851
01:42:50,220 –> 01:42:52,270
Okay. Let’s hear it.

1852
01:42:58,400 –> 01:43:00,350
Oh yes. And a metal detector.

1853
01:43:00,700 –> 01:43:03,550
A metal detector. That
can be a lot of fun. Okay.

1854
01:43:07,070 –> 01:43:07,903
Anything else?

1855
01:43:09,040 –> 01:43:12,470
My sister might one stuff,
but she can’t talk yet.

1856
01:43:12,780 –> 01:43:16,990
Okay. Well Santa Santa has
some ideas for your sister too,

1857
01:43:17,360 –> 01:43:20,950
so I know you’re, I know you are
very good to your sister too,

1858
01:43:20,950 –> 01:43:21,950
so thank you for that.

1859
01:43:22,860 –> 01:43:23,693
You’re welcome.

1860
01:43:23,830 –> 01:43:27,070
Merry Christmas to you and your
family and we’ll see you soon.

1861
01:43:28,410 –> 01:43:29,243
Okay.

1862
01:43:30,970 –> 01:43:33,940
Well, Santa wants to thank everyone.
That’s, that’s called in today.

1863
01:43:33,940 –> 01:43:37,620
I have the list here of everyone that
I’ve talked to. So I wanted to mention,

1864
01:43:37,670 –> 01:43:41,500
uh, Keshawn, Emerson, Jenna
and jj. Frankie and Kendall,

1865
01:43:41,850 –> 01:43:44,260
Finnegan and Brinley. Kenley and Easton.

1866
01:43:44,580 –> 01:43:49,300
Caris Bella and Billy Bryce Parker.
Serenity, destiny and Riley.

1867
01:43:49,580 –> 01:43:53,920
Grace. Riley and jt. Len. Ava and Quinn.

1868
01:43:54,130 –> 01:43:58,920
Abigail. True. And Taylor, trip and
Harper, Madeline, Sophia, Bentley,

1869
01:43:59,200 –> 01:44:02,000
Savannah Trinity,
Charlotte, Robert and Blake.

1870
01:44:02,410 –> 01:44:05,080
It was so nice to talk
to you boys and girls.

1871
01:44:05,110 –> 01:44:08,920
You’ve all been so good this year and
you have so many good ideas for things

1872
01:44:08,920 –> 01:44:12,400
that Santa could bring you. And I’ll
do my very best for you this year.

1873
01:44:13,030 –> 01:44:16,520
Keep being good boys and girls,
and we’ll see you on Christmas.

1874
01:44:16,520 –> 01:44:19,280
Eve. Well, thank you so much
for coming out tonight, Santa.

1875
01:44:19,280 –> 01:44:22,400
This was a special treat for
us to be able to talk to, uh,

1876
01:44:22,460 –> 01:44:24,880
all the boys and girls
here at W Nmb s Radio.

1877
01:44:24,880 –> 01:44:29,600
We wanna thank everyone for tuning in,
uh, and uh, from my family to yours.

1878
01:44:29,910 –> 01:44:32,080
A very merry Christmas and God bless.

1879
01:44:32,080 –> 01:44:33,320
You all. Merry Christmas.

1880
01:44:34,840 –> 01:44:37,760
Santa Talk is a production
of Coordinated 360.

1881
01:44:38,050 –> 01:44:41,920
Special thanks to our air
talent, Dave Susar, Ella Holly,

1882
01:44:42,050 –> 01:44:45,640
Kristen Anini, Sarah
Hara and Krissy Smith.

1883
01:44:46,060 –> 01:44:48,880
Our executive producer
and host is Matthew Doley.

1884
01:44:49,310 –> 01:44:53,520
W mb S’S Station Manager
is Brian Maik. The poem,

1885
01:44:53,520 –> 01:44:57,320
once in A Manger, was written by Tom
Krause and was used with permission.

1886
01:44:57,580 –> 01:45:01,760
The history of Santa Claus was adapted
from the history channel and history.com.

1887
01:45:02,380 –> 01:45:06,720
The story of the Christmas guest was
written by American poet Helen Steiner

1888
01:45:06,720 –> 01:45:09,240
Rice, and was read in the
style of Reba McIntyre.

1889
01:45:09,880 –> 01:45:13,800
Santa Talk was underwritten through the
financial support of representatives

1890
01:45:13,800 –> 01:45:16,800
Ryan Warner and Matt
Doon, Senator Pat Stefano,

1891
01:45:16,940 –> 01:45:21,760
commissioner Scott Dunn and Dave Lore
and Congressman Guy Russian Dahler.

1892
01:45:22,030 –> 01:45:25,040
This program was not funded
with taxpayer dollars.

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