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We know you people.

You are already edging your way out the office door. You have off tomorrow and Friday, and you've got things to do.

Well, one of those things you need to do on the two days remaining before Christmas is to keep checking Hair Balls and the rest of the Houston Press blogs.

Yes, we could lollygag about, wassailing and going all lords-a-leaping with our loved ones, but we are far more dedicated to you than that.

So be sure to share the Christmas joy Thursday and Friday. You don't want to be hanging out with your relatives anyway.

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