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Hooray! Today is *THE* day (in 2015) we can start listening to Christmas music!


Halloween is over.  This is your annual reminder that Christmas music is NOW permissible across the United States.  Should you be blasting it and going crazy?  Probably not.  We mean...it is ONLY November 1st for crying out loud.  But if you want to?  Go ahead.  Put on the Bing Crosby.  The 'all-Christmas' station won't turn over for a bit, so here's one of our favorites, Bob Dylan doing "Must be Santa".

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