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- December 24, 2010

A guy's guide to last-minute shopping

by Nick Veronin

It is a well-worn gag, drilled into the ground by television commercials and cheesy sitcoms with canned laugh tracks that play after each tired punch line and pun: the space-case guy who forgets to buy his sweetheart a gift until the day of; in a panic, he sets off to find a suitable present before time runs out.

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Mountain View Voice Staff Writer Nick Veronin can be e-mailed at nveronin@mv-voice.com. The Voice is a sister newspaper to the Palo Alto Weekly.


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