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December 24, 2011


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Hi Tomi,

I don't think santa sacrifices by living in Finland. Santa have lots of fats in his belly and have big beard. Santa love cold weather. He would be sweaty and smelly if he lives in UEA.

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Thanks Tomi,
For solving the puzzle of the Santa.
For more than thirty years I have been wondering how on earth the Santa gets all that done. Btw, one more question, our house has no chimney..?!?

Merry Christmas to all of you!


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Merry Christmas, Tomi! I hope Santa -- the real Santa -- treats you well.

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I heard Korvatunturi was closing and relocating to Redmond, USA?

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Thank you all for the kind comments. Merry Christmas

Tomi Ahonen :-)

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I usually read without commenting but I have to say: wow! What a great post, I loved it!! And even though Christmas has passed (because I'm in Portugal and not in Spain where it is yet to come), I can't stop myself from wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! :)


Tomi, Happy holidays!






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And this can be very complex and difficult when you think about Santa's job around the world. Take me, for example. My name is Tomi Ahonen. Tomi, is of course a man's name.. in Finland. But did you know children, that the same name, Tomi, is a girl's name in Japan. That is true! Now if the elves only give Santa a gift that reads Tomi, and they are not careful to make it the right gift, to the right Tomi, I might get a girl's gift! Or some very nice girl in Japan named Tomi would get my gift, a gift for a boy! She would not have a happy Christmas, would she, if she got a gift that Santa had intended for a 51 year old man, would she. No she wouldn't. She would not like to receive black mens socks now would she. And what would I do with a nice pink Hello Kitty pencil case intended for a schoolgirl?

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Isn't that amazing! The shortest distance is actually over Iceland, over Reykjavik. And that trip touches Finland, Sweden, Norway before Iceland, and then again touches Greenland and Canada before coming over Boston to New York. Isn't that cool? The shortest distance from Moscow to New York is not what appears to be a straight line on a map. If Santa had used a normal map and flew over London, he would be wasting a lot of time, and create a lot of unnecessary carbon emissions too, Richard Quest!


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