Compromise Found in Sleigh Debate 1
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Compromise Found in Sleigh Debate

The debate over Santa’s sleigh and when test flights for it will begin is over. Santa has engineered a compromise to begin test flights in July.

Sleigh Update

Santa’s sleigh was scheduled to being test flights in September. But a special department at the North Pole charged with double checking details claimed that was not soon enough.

The debate soon raged between elves working in the Sleigh Department and the Department of Redundancy Department.

The Department of Redundancy Department was formed after a major problem was found on Christmas Eve in Santa’s Workshop.

Due to an error in inventory management Santa nearly did not have enough toys to deliver. It was only after a super-human effort of many elves from several departments working late into the night on Christmas Eve that the error was fixed. The Department of Redundancy Department was formed to ensure that major mistakes like that never happen again.

The Department of Redundancy Department went to work establishing checks and re-checks on critical operational necessities at the North Pole  – and the sleigh Santa’s flies in is a pretty critical piece.

So when the Department of Redundancy Department says there is a problem, people tend to get upset.

In the North Pole Radio News Report above you can hear Elves Frank and Crash discuss the compromise for Santa’s sleigh and why it is a good thing for the season ahead.

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1 reply
  1. Elf Ulan
    Elf Ulan says:

    Thank you, Elf Harold! It’s amazing that their efforts made his sleigh 10% lighter. It will definitely be faster than last year and a new record. I wish that the test flight in July will go well and safer, and be satisfied with everything! Because the elves of the department considered it a lot this year. I wish the weather and situations everywhere on the Eve would be nice too! I imagine that Christmas in July this year will be more lively^^

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