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December 07, 2008

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Jeff, interesting article, thanks for sharing. I am noticing that there are fewer humorous cards out now too. Interesting that American Greetings would think that longer copy = connecting on a deeper level. Something like "lets spend more time together" seems deeper than a lot of the contrived long-winded copy I've seen. Another interesting thing I've observed this last week is many more strangers wishing me a Merry Christmas than in the past. At stores, at tolls, at the post office.

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