A couple weeks ago, Caron Butler was asked to describe his favorite Christmas memory. This is what he said:
"Honestly, this is probably going to strike a nerve with a lot of people. But my most memorable Christmas memory was having all of my uncles and aunties out of prison for one Christmas, and that includes me. We had a lot of run-ins with the law, and to have us all out at one time was great. "

Now that, my friends, is the textbook definition of "Christmas cheer." I think this CD, which consists of Christmas carols sung by prisoners for their families, would make a great gift for the Butlers. Although I doubt you'll find a cover of "I'll Be Home For Christmas" on it.

Xmas in prison
"It's beginning to look a lot like prison..."
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