NEW YORK – They said it had been a stressful year and that they just wanted to keep their decorations subdued, burnt out Rockefeller Center staff confirmed Wednesday that they would take it easy this Christmas and choose a 3-foot tall artificial tree with pre-lit LEDs. “While it’s a fun tradition to go out and fell your own 70- or 80-foot Norway spruce, it’s also a lot of work, so this holiday season we decided to give ourselves a little break,” said Rockefeller Center gardener Erik Pauzé , who allegedly oversaw the selection of the wood from a Home Depot on West 23rd Street, and chose a small plastic model that was affordable and looked easy to set up. “It is largely already furnished, so it should be a huge time saver. And with all these pre-programmed LED light shows, it should give visitors plenty of the spectacle they have become accustomed to over the years. Not to mention that it is a one-time cost, so over time it will largely pay for itself. ” At the time of the press release, sources confirmed that defective wires had caused the 3-foot tree to go up in flames, resulting in a round of applause from passing groups of impressed tourists.
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