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Cost to actually be Santa on Christmas

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The good folks over at Finances Online took the time to break down the entire operation of being Santa Claus and they found out just how much it would cost to pull off Christmas. From drones, security cameras, exoskeletons and so much more. You have to imagine that Santa has 24 hours to pull off a Christmas miracle so he would need all year to prepare and pull this off without a hitch.

After looking at the infographic one has to start to wonder where does Santa get all his money from? Does he work with stocks and bonds? Is he a real estate type of guy? He must do really well with his investments to pull of Christmas year after year with no problems. Then you got to wonder about inflation costs every year and new toys coming and all the tech gadgets coming out. How does he do it?

The nice people at Finances Online are giving Santa some super crazy help with Christmas here is a rundown of things they are giving Santa to help him pull off Christmas.

How about Santa’s very own SantaNet? It will be powered by Transcranial Pulsed Ultrasound devices worn by all of the world’s children and attached to millions of computers on an Artificial Neural Network all for the purpose of detecting who’s naughty or nice. That way Santa won’t have to keep checking his list twice. All these computers will feed data in a humungous Data Center capable of storing Exabytes of data. Santa’s very own Naughtiness Database! In the heart of SantaNet will be the world’s most powerful supercomputer, a Christmas Cruncher capable of 33 quadrillions of calculations per second.

Then there’s the problem of red-nosed Rudolph and his gang of reindeer. Yes, him with the nose so bright guiding the sleighs on Christmas night. How to deliver billions of gifts to billions of children so all the nice ones get what they deserve on Christmas Eve? We’re giving them their own hyper-fast gift distribution network powered by delivery drones and Hyperloops.

And what about the elves? They need all the help they can get to manufacture just the right gift for the right child. We’re giving them, exoskeletons that multiply their gift-making magic many times over, plus self-heating roads crisscrossing the Polar Toy Hub so they don’t slip and slide while moving their precious cargo.

Originally published at http://financesonline.com | Author: Robin Renford | See our Vimeo

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