Clean Coal Carolers? Christmas gone all wrong

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I thought if you got a lump of coal in your stocking, then it meant you'd been bad.

Even if you are down with "clean coal," (and don't care about that whole pesky mountaintop mining thing) the Clean Coal Carolers is just Christmas gone all wrong.

But go ahead, check it out. Put clothing on the lumps of coal, choose a cheerful Christmas background, then wait to hear the little floating lumps of coal sing holiday favorites like "Frosty the Coalman" and "Deck the Halls (with clean coal)."


They've pulled the plug on the singing lumps of coal, but you can still check out their bad songs at as well as some lyrical responses by the folks at treehugger and at

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