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Guess Who Wants to Wish You Happy Holidays?

A few notes:

1.  I love that Spence went old school with the red carnation that spritzes water in your eye -- to me that never gets old!

2.  Slightly loosened tie indicates holiday party is in full swing (knock first before entering copy room).

3.  In all seriousness, I agree with Spence -- 2014 will be even better!


  1. Fake Spencer's WorldDecember 24, 2013 at 11:19 AM

    Copy machine injuries? We are here to help.

  2. And don't forget: Xmas kills and maims thousands every year. Mistletoe falls in people's eye; crackling embers light elderly people's pajamas on fire sending them running out on to the porch in a flaming dash to the snow (which sucks if you get lit up in So Fla); toys shatter and maim, people choke on turkey bones and ham bones and extra thick egg nog.
    The lesson is that life kills. The only way to avoid tragedy is to lock yourself up in a safe room and sit quietly. But if you insist on recklessly celebrating the holidays, and any celebration is reckless and negligent in our opinion, then please call the lawyers at our firm. As is tradition, I will personally be manning the Aronfeld hotline on Xmas day: 1-888- XMAS-KILLS.

  3. Spencer happens.


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