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Updated 2017 Countdown Clock



It took us until March to get around to it, but....We've updated our 2017 "Can I listen to Christmas music?" countdown clock on the homepage.  You can check it out there.  Or, right here in this post below.

As of this post, just 223 days left.  You can see that in the screenshot above.  The calendar may say "Spring" officially, but we know that some of you are out there lurking around on YouTube watching Clark Griswold videos and humming "Jingle Bells" on your commute home.  Just keep it to yourselves for now, please.  We won't tell anyone about your 'affliction'...

(If you are reading this in your email, you most likely can NOT see the countdown clock below.  Click here to check it out.)

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