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2012-12-24 02:48:47 PM
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dahmers love zombie: Well, though the narration isn't there this year, the music is certainly good, and the graphics are pretty darn amazing. We've been following NoradSanta since the very first one on the web in '97 when my daughter was 4.  It's a good thing.


The best typo that clogged up the lines of a major military base in history.
Thanks SEARS for screwing up and the guy who didn't tell the little brats to fark off. And everyone that helped since then.
2012-12-24 02:37:15 PM
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Game's over when a kid checks both sites and finds Santa following different paths.
2012-12-24 11:51:59 AM
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I wish Norad had kept the same format from last year, where you clicked on the present and a picture of that location would pop up, or the video was narrated by a Petty Officer on facts about that location. My daughter would get curious about it and we'd learn a little bit. This year seems a little lacking.

The google one sucks.
 
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