Test Flight Resumes after False Alarm


Elf Vernon didn’t mean to cause alarm. He put the sleigh through a brief dive and maneuver designed to prank Elf Crash. The result was a brief period of confusion at the North Pole as the sleigh dropped from radar and all signals of data from the sleigh dropped from North Pole computers.

“I didn’t intend for that to happen,” Elf Vernon laughed. “We just wanted to see if we could get Elf Crash to throw up. It didn’t work but he did lose a bag of chips, which the reindeer thought was pretty funny.”

Adding to the confusion at the North Pole was an attempted hacking attack on North Pole computers coming from Columbia. Elves are in transit now to meet with International authorities in hopes of catching the hackers.

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Test Flight Resumes after False Alarm

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