Holiday News Clichés

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Poll finds majority of New Jerseyans see Christie as Scrooge

As Gov. Chris Christie prepares to enjoy his first Christmas as governor, New Jerseyans have a big “Bah, Humbug!” for him as 54 percent see him more as Scrooge while 28 percent see him more as Santa Claus, the poll finds.

There is a small gender gap under the mistletoe as women say Scrooge 57 to 26 percent and men apply the title 52 to 30 percent.

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Poll finds majority of New Jerseyans see Christie as Scrooge

As Gov. Chris Christie prepares to enjoy his first Christmas as governor, New Jerseyans have a big “Bah, Humbug!” for him as 54 percent see him more as Scrooge while 28 percent see him more as Santa Claus, the poll finds.

There is a small gender gap under the mistletoe as women say Scrooge 57 to 26 percent and men apply the title 52 to 30 percent.

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Another BYOB option is the Garlic Rose in Madison. If you’re not afraid of being caught under the mistletoe with garlic on your breath, this may be the perfect place to enjoy a low-key dinner. The restaurant is offering its regular menu but will close for the holiday at 8 p.m.
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Another BYOB option is the Garlic Rose in Madison. If you’re not afraid of being caught under the mistletoe with garlic on your breath, this may be the perfect place to enjoy a low-key dinner. The restaurant is offering its regular menu but will close for the holiday at 8 p.m.
Chatham Patch

(Source: chatham.patch.com)

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Christmas cards remain unbeatable after 167 years

Try hanging a jpeg on a Christmas-card line during the holidays, or placing an e-card on the fireplace mantel, snuggled up there next to the Christmas candles and yuletide candies.

Rising postal rates aside, sending and receiving Christmas cards in the mail is as enjoyable as stopping under the mistletoe, wrapping gifts or enjoying a good slug of eggnog — cherished moments during the holiday that make it feel like, well, like a holiday.


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Christmas cards remain unbeatable after 167 years

Try hanging a jpeg on a Christmas-card line during the holidays, or placing an e-card on the fireplace mantel, snuggled up there next to the Christmas candles and yuletide candies.

Rising postal rates aside, sending and receiving Christmas cards in the mail is as enjoyable as stopping under the mistletoe, wrapping gifts or enjoying a good slug of eggnog — cherished moments during the holiday that make it feel like, well, like a holiday.


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