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It's That Time Of Year Again: We Want Photos Of Your Disastrously Wonderful Mall Visit To Meet Santa Claus

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He's coming to town: Though all children eventually come to adore the man in red who brings them presents every Christmas, many kids don't react so well when they first meet Santa Claus. Here's where you come in.

Grandfathered, shmandfathered: AT&T hasn't offered new unlimited data plans for years, but some customers have managed to hold onto their grandfathered plans. Those customers will see their first price hike ever, come February.

Plus: Adult happy meals as a healthy option, Target's Cyber Monday freakout and a widespread recall of possibly tainted celery linked to a recent E. Coli outbreak. All that and plenty more, hot and fresh out of the Consumerist kitchen.

It’s That Time Of Year Again: We Want Photos Of Your Disastrously Wonderful Mall Visit To Meet Santa Claus

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