Saturday, December 25, 2010

Is Walmart Open on Christmas 2010

Walmart Open on Chzistmas 2010
After the early morning Christmas festivities many people all over the world are wondering what stores will be open Christmas Day. To answer your question is Walmart open on Christmas 2010, the answer is no. Walmart will re-open on December 26th, some reports say as early as 6am.
Keep reading after the jump to find out more info and some really great after Christmas Sales from Walmart!

Where is Santa Right Now? Track His Current Location on the Internet, Your Phone, or Twitter!POSTED BY LMAYES ON DECEMBER 24TH, 2010 AT 5:00 PM

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Cyberstalking will take an entirely new meaning tonight as millions around the world track one red-suited man…Santa. Where is he? When will he be at my house? Find out here! We’ll be stalking him…I mean, tracking him…all day!
Keep reading to find out where Santa is right this second… and the many ways you can track Santa!

Is there mail on Christmas Eve 2010? It is so hard to believe that Christmas Eve is here. Most Post Offices will be open on Christmas Eve, December 24, but will shorten retail lobby hours and close at 12:00 noon. If you are needing to send something today after 12:00 noon you should contact your local post office for information on locations of post offices.

Where is Santa Claus right now? There is an official Santa Claus Tracker 2010. You can now ask Norad to help you find out Santa’s current location. How exciting! Each year on December 24th, Santa and his reindeer launch from the North Pole very early in the morning for their widely known trip around the world. The minute they launch, Norad starts to track him!
In 1958, the governments of the United States & Canada created a bi-national air defense command for North America called the North American Aerospace Defense Command, also known as NORAD, which then took on the tradition of tracking Santa.
With all of the questions about Santa Claus including how does Santa fit down a chimney to how does Santa’s sleigh make it around the world in one day…NORAD has the answers for you!
Keep reading after the jump to find out more info about Norad Santa Tracker 2010, and view a video of where Santa has Landed!

Are you looking to find out the whereabouts of Santa? Well look no further than the Norad Santa Tracker! Thanks to Continental Air Defense Command (CONAD) and Google, you can now track Santa around the world! Norad Santa Tracker uses four high-tech systems to track Santa – radar, satellites, Santa Cams and fighter jets. On December 24th, you can send an email to a Norad staff member and they will give you Santa’s last known location. You can also follow Norad Santa on twitter to find out up to date info. What a fun Holiday tradi|ion with the family!
Keep reading after the jump to find out more about Norad Santa Tracker, their website and email info. Also track Santa on Google Earth!

These posters by Blue Day Designs are so bold. Parents send in their favorite photos and Emma converts them into bold, graphic images. They come in big sizes and teeny tiny sizes too (see a mini example below).
The big ones would be neat in a playroom or bedroom. And the mini ones would be cute tucked on a bookshelf. Or maybe you could have a whole series done for your family and line them up down a hallway.

“It’s Festivus for the Rest of Us!” (In our best Frank Costanza impression.)
Today, December 23, is better known as Festivus — a holiday made up by Frank Costanza (Jerry Stiller) on the wildly popular sitcom Seinfeld. Frustrated with the commercial aspect of Christmas, the Costanzas created a tradition that involves an aluminum pole, telling your family exactly what you think and a friendly physical brawl. Instead of being a passing joke, the classic episode has become such a part of pop culture that it’s increasingly been recognized as an actual holiday. A funny holiday, sure, but one to be celebrated.
So whether you’re putting up an aluminum Festivus Pole, having an Airing of Grievances with your family or actually participating in a Feats of Strength wrestling competition with your aging father, we put together some real gift and decoration ideas to celebrate Festivus!
Also check out the hilarious Story of Festivus video, below, for those unfamiliar with the holiday — or those in need of a good laugh:

Giving us one more Holiday to celebrate during the Holidays, today “Seinfeld” fans around the world are gathering around an aluminum Festivus Pole and airing their grievances by telling others how they disappointed them in the last 12 months. You read that right.
So here’s your one-stop-shop (without the shopping) for all things Festivus! Because honestly, why not?
Keep reading to find out more about this new, invented Holiday, and how you can celebrate….

Up on the Housetop was chosen as google’s new doodle. Google chose 17 holiday portraits from across the globe. Each individual scene creates a set together to paint an overall approximation of the logo. What a great way to start off the Christmas season! Up on the Housetop was my favorite’s of the holiday portraits!
Google kicked off the holiday season with this new doodle, what are ways that you will celebrate Christmas this year with your family?
Keep reading after the jump to find out what 16 other holiday portraits were featured in google’s new logo!

By now, all the shopping and ordering for Christmas is probably just about complete and it’s time to move onto wrapping that stack of boxes and bags you’ve been cleverly hiding in the closet for weeks now. Gift toppers are a really fun way to make fun statement and add a personal touch to your gifts. We’ve collected our top 5 favorite gift toppers you can make yourself. Most are from objects like paper and yarn that you already have around the house.
Keep reading to find out about these cute cupcake toppers featured above and the rest of our top 5!


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