Mike McMillan was a bully. He was also a dumbo because he told me there was no Santa Claus and he was, of course, wrong.
How do I know? The United States and Canadian governments acknowledge Santa Claus by tracking him every year to make sure he is safe in his journey and that none of the reindeer suffer any injuries. In fact, that has been happening since 1955.
The US and Canadian governments even formed a special organization for this purpose: NORAD or North American Aerospace Defense Command. They track Santa Claus every year using sophisticated radar equipment and stuff:
“It all starts with the NORAD radar system called the North Warning System. This powerful radar system has 47 installations strung across Canada’s North and Alaska. NORAD makes a point of checking the radar closely for indications of Santa Claus leaving the North Pole every holiday season.”
And, by the way Mike, NORAD also has SantaCams deployed all over the world that have gotten pictures of Santa Claus as he enters and leaves various countries. They even send jet fighters to fly cover for him.
So, if you would like to track Santa’s progress this December 24th, go to the Santa’s village and watch as NORAD helps Santa make his way around the world. And, if you happen to hear jet fighters or even a clatter, maybe that is Saint Nick on your roof.
Happy Holidays to all and to all a prosperous and healthy New Year. (Even Mike McMillan)