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Credit Card Capture Devices and Protocols

Posted by Santa Gordon in Santa Gordon's Blog, 02 October 2014 - - - - - - · 115 views

Various Credit Card Capture devices and Protocols
A cautionary tale included


There are now many different means of accepting Credit Cards and ATM Card...


From: You know you are a Santa,

Posted by Santa Marty in Santa Marty's Blog, 28 September 2014 - - - - - - · 137 views

Source: You know you are a Santa,


Becoming Mrs. Claus and my vision for the future.

Posted by Dixie Claus in Dixie Claus' Blog, 27 September 2014 - * * * * * · 168 views

I became Mrs. Claus in 2007 when I married my Savannah Santa (Jason Smith). I discovered the true meaning of being Mrs. Claus during our first event together. We appeared at an Auction house in Crump Tennessee, which was for those children that show the true meaning of Christmas. They didn't ask for the expensive gifts, they asked for coats, shoes, clothe...



Posted by Morgan in Santa Morgan's Blog, 21 September 2014 - * * * * * · 163 views

We buried my brother, Denny, in August. His second heart attack in 8 days finally did what infantile hydrocephalus, 45 years of hard physical work, Lupus, inter-cranial bleeding and loss of his eyesight (in that order) couldn't do. He was 67 years old. Mom left us in the fall off '82 with a stroke. Pa went in the summer of '95, Alzheimers and prostate...


This Santa Sells His Sleigh.....What Did You Give up to Become Santa?

Posted by Santa Al TX in Blog of a Wimpy Santa, 12 September 2014 - - - - - - · 175 views

It has been a real slow week at work...Hence the really long blog....with pictures!

After making a decision to finally get off the virtual sofa and become a real (not virtual) Santa, I came up with a short but expensive list of items to help ease the initial transition: Santa schooling and a new suit. Sure, I can wing it and use my old Rubies suit, but...


IBRBS is happy to be Introducing ClearStar and our $7.95 National Background Check

Posted by SantaSteveEastis in SantaSteveEastis' Blog, 07 August 2014 - - - - - - · 261 views
Announcement, Events, Jobs, FORBS and 1 more...

IBRBS is happy to be Introducing ClearStar and our $7.95 National Background Check  
IBRBS is happy to be Introducing ClearStar and our
$7.95 National Background Check
IBRBS has selected ClearStar Inc to provide our Santa community with their background check service beginning this August 15th.
ClearStar has been providing background check services since 1995.
With a goal to deliver accurate and timely information, the background...


santa claus uk paul`s health up date

Posted by Santa Claus UK in Santa Claus UK's Blog, 31 July 2014 - - - - - - · 254 views

Hi I would like to thank all members of Clausnet for there get well wish my fight with the Lupus Disease go`s on.I have been in hospital again this time in the spinal unit I am in a wheelchair and have been for many years an accident at work put me in the wheelchair my neck was broken in 3 places and my back in 4 places plus many other broken bones I was...


Travels of the Mystic Belly Button

Posted by SantaNana in SantaNana's Blog, 07 July 2014 - - - - - - · 320 views

I can't keep track of my hospital time. It all sort of blurs together. Evel Knievel

Last month I got another new belly button. I was in the hospital. For 17 consecutive days, I was tortured, strangled, bled, beaten, starved, hobbled, weighed like cattle, sleep deprived, and connected to more machinery than the Large Hadron Collider. My bowels...


We are the reason for THIS season

Posted by Bestemor Claus in Judith P Broderick's Blog, 19 April 2014 - - - - - - · 276 views

Holy week (or Passion Week) has always been especially meaningful to me. In my family, Lent was a time to reflect and renew. During this time of reflection, I am often brought to tears of humbleness thinking about the sacrifice that was made for me. The last week of Christ's life, as told in the Bible, is filled with amazing accounts, leading to the gut w...


Prayers Appreciated

Posted by UTAuley in Back in the Red Suit ... I Hope, 17 April 2014 - - - - - - · 283 views

We knew it was an eventuality, but last week it became a reality. My 18 m/o daughter, Evie, was admitted to the hospital on Monday of last week and last Wednesday she underwent surgery to have a peritoneal catheter inserted. They started her up on dialysis that evening and have continued it to date. A few hours ago, her nephrologist stated that he sees at...


Mistletoe Musings - Thoughts About Yesteryear

Posted by John Johnson in The Life and Times of Santa Claus WV, 05 April 2014 - - - - - - · 333 views

Mistletoe Musings - Thoughts About Yesteryear When I was a little boy I thought (as many little boys do) that my Dad had the greatest job in the world. He was the sergeant of police for a little town in West Virginia called Nitro. My Dad would drive down our street and would turn on the sirens for my friends and I who ran out to wave at him as he passed - such an Opie-like thing to do. But at Christm...


Special Thanks

Posted by Santa Von in Von Redmans Blog, 31 March 2014 - - - - - - · 207 views

To The Clausnet Family,
When I joined Clausnet organization someone never knows how things go and feel.In this case I do believe it has to be on of the greatest family;s I joined. I feel allot of great folks greeted and welcomed me in a very kind way and great words were spoke. After joining the other day I ended up in the Hospital with hernia and had to...


The Light at the End of the Tunnel

Posted by Santa Johnathan in Santa Johnathan's Blog, 27 March 2014 - - - - - - · 210 views

The Light at the End of the Tunnel...We Need a Little Christmas!

When I fell in mid November, I had no idea that it would be over four month before I was truly walking again. Now, while I've already written a few times on the subject, I'm happy to say that I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel!

This week the staples were removed from...



Posted by Santa TJS in Santa TJS' Blog, 09 March 2014 - * * * * * · 187 views

Well it was eight months ago I hung up the badge after 35 years and began retirement. No more call outs in the middle of the night, no meetings no court appearances or out of state travel for training . Finally all the projects that were often planned for Saturdays that never got done are now in progress or completed. I miss the people I worked with but m...



Posted by Santa Sandy in Santa Sandy's Blog, 20 February 2014 - - - - - - · 266 views

As reported via the chatroom, Santa Sandy (that's me) is officially retiring on ill health grounds, costume hung up, reindeer out to permanent pasture, elven helpers reassigned to other work. Decided that if I cannot do the job properly I would rather not do it at all.

So, farewell, all Fathers Christmas, have a great 2014 season, keep the bells ringing,...


New for Our 2014 Season - Custom Suits!

Posted by Santa Leonard in Santa Leonard's Blog, 11 February 2014 - - - - - - · 276 views

Well, this is the year. Our off-the-rack Halco suits will be our "work-horse" suits, our go to suits for Breakfast with Santa events, our Tanglewood Park appearances, Krispy Creme Doughnut store visits, and other functions where sticky fingers can play havoc with fur.

This is the year for my epitome of Santa costuming - the custom suit, Huzzah!



I would like to know how to print out the newsletter each month.

Posted by Santa Marc in Santa Marc's Blog, 09 January 2014 - - - - - - · 242 views

I would like to know how to print out the newsletter each month. How do I print out the newsletter each month? I cannot find a link to do so.


Thank you to ClausNet and thoughts on 2014

Posted by JpSanta in JpSanta's Blog, 08 January 2014 - * * * * * · 289 views

Thank you to ClausNet and thoughts on 2014 My first entry into this blog is to first say thank you to the members of ClausNet for accepting me into the forum and family of Santa's. I've been trying to find another Santa to talk to for the last two seasons and to have been able to find and get accepted into this community, is just an honor. This last season was my best ever in Japan, with visits to...


First Appearance at Adopt-A-Grandparent Day a Success for the Kids

Posted by Santa Hays in Santa Hays' Blog, 14 December 2013 - - - - - - · 300 views

Last Wednesday I made a brief Santa visit at the senior center's Adopt-A-Grandparent Day. The kids seemed to enjoy it as Santa arrived, and began to hand out little gift bags (put together by an activities coordinator). It's the first appearance I'd done in over a year and I was surprised at how nervous I was. I knew I was rusty when I decided to ask the...


From: Santa at Naval Base

Posted by Santa Laureate in Santa Laureate's Blog, 11 December 2013 - - - - - - · 244 views

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