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View a Classic WGN Chicago Christmas Video, "Hard Rock, Cocoa & Joe" file size 2.8 mb

 

Real Player: recommended for those on Santa's "Good List"

http://colemancoyne.com/images/xmas/hrdrckcocojo6.rm

 

Windows Media Player: poorer quality, recommended for those on Santa's "Bad List" 

http://colemancoyne.com/images/xmas/hrdrckcocojo8.wmv

 

Clancy’s Christmas Story 

My story starts when my Bubba decided to put on a stupid red pointy hat with a fluffy white ball at the tip. He really looked stupid with that thing on top of his head, especially since it clashed with the green clothes he was wearing. 

I thought he was just being a goof but soon it was clear, he had become a Grinch. It was ridiculous the way Bubba kept yelling at me and expecting me to hold still while he tied a huge horn on the top of my head with a thick red rope. 

To add insult to injury he started calling me Max.

 

 

I had no choice but to go see Santa and Mrs. Claus. I told Santa how mean my Bubba had become and how unfair it was of him to try and transform me into some fictional reindeer named Max. 

Santa was a jolly old guy and promised, if I went home he’d take care of everything. Mrs. Claus was really nice too and gave me some delicious home baked goodies for the journey home.

 

 

Santa kept his promise and by the time I got home I regained my identity of Clancy the Wonder Dog the Greatest Dog on Earth. 

What’s more, Santa left all sorts of presents under the tree and loaded up the Christmas Treat Train with a bunch of Mrs. Claus’s Goodies. 

It sure feels good to chase that train around and not worry about getting my horns tangled up in the Christmas Tree.

Hope y’all have a Happy Christmas and a Merry and Prosperous New Year

Know, the Son shines over all of you all year long!

 Max Clancy & The Grinch Matthew  

 

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