Ţetta finnst mér skrítinn pistill. Af hverju lenda menn í klípu ţegar kemur ađ ţví útskýra fyrir börnum tilvist jólasveinsins en hika ekki viđ ađ fullyrđa tilvist Gvuđs og Jesú?
James Randi fjallar ađeins um jólasveininn í nýjasta pistli sínum. Ţar segir hann frá kennara í Flórída sem sagđi krökkunum frá ţví ađ jólasveinninn vćri ekki raunverulegur.
"Now, just to be clear here, let me tell you that I have no problems with the Santa Claus legend being told to children - up to about five years of age. It's a fun thing, used with kids who haven't yet learned to recognize the difference between reality and fantasy. Snow White and Winnie the Pooh are part of this make-believe period. I'm all for it. But soon after that age, humans begin to examine the world more closely. They find that things don't always happen for the best, that there are disappointments and reversals of expectations. These are the growing-up pains. And certainly, if a child asks a question, in most cases the correct answer should be provided. This teacher was asked; she answered. She gets an A+ from me."
Ég tek undir orđ hans, ég leyfi krökkunum mínum ađ trúa á jólasveininn en ţegar ţau spyrja mun ég svara ţeim sannleikanum samkvćmt.