Christmas morning, middle class dwelling in College Park, Georgia:
Son: Daddy, I can’t believe all the great presents I got!
Dad: We have been very blessed this last couple of years son, and this is really a great Christmas.
Son: I can’t believe I got a Nintendo DS, an Xbox 360, AND a Wii!
Dad: [laughs] [pats son on head]
Son: And Daddy, I also got a Range Rover, mom got a bunch of clothes, and you’ve got a new Rolex! How can we afford all this stuff?
Dad: Son, don’t you know that Santa is magic? Don’t you worry about things like money, just leave that to me. When I think of how many times you’ve made me smile over the last year . . .
Son: [eyes down] But Daddy, the other guys on my football team tell me its foolish to still believe in Santa.
Dad: Don’t you listen to them! Don’t you dare listen! There is a real Santa Claus, and he’s magic!
Son: [brightens, sips juice bottle]: Thanks Daddy, I love you!
Dad: I love you too, Cam!