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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

WARMEST GREETINGS FROM RINEY


Since the 17th century, the people of Catalonia, in the northeast of Spain, have made a tradition of hiding a small statue of a squatting boy called the “Caganer” in nativity scenes. To spread holiday cheer, Publicis & Hal Riney created a site in which people can have “The Great Pooper” drop a present in a friend’s name. Check out Riney's
  • cheers to NZCC
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