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Christmas Trees More Expensive

Due to high fuel costs, the price of Christmas trees will be around 10 percent higher this year. What do you think?
  • "The high costs have affected Hanukkah, too. I could only afford a menorah with four candleholders."

    Terry Golden
    Personal Assistant
  • "That tricky Jesus. Always trying to make a buck."

    Grace Patrochis
    Systems Analyst
  • "I cut down my own tree every year. It makes Christmas more meaningful without the hassle of attending church."

    Chuck Warner
    Caddy
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