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Time to start shopping for the hottest holiday items

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The decorations are up and the signs are out. It is time to start thinking about what is going under the tree. Bradley and Christa Hutchins already are. “He just loves The Hulk and every super hero. You just can't take it from him once he finds something he wants,” said Bradley’s dad, David. Of course dinosaurs are always a boy’s favorite. 5-year-old Cameron Burgess said, "T-rex. Remember I seen it on TV and it has a big bone and it was a big T-rex." Wal-mart has its list of hottest gifts for kids. Elmo Live, Monopoly Here and Now, Baby Alive, The Littlest Pet Shop and almost anything to do with Batman, Spiderman, The Hulk or Star Wars. Chances are if you are a little bit older, and Elmo and The Hulk are not your thing, there is a popular toy to please those of you who are a kid at heart. Dad David's favorite? Video games like Guitar Hero. So whether you are shopping for your little one, or the “big kid”, you might want to get to the store sooner than later. Elmo was sold out when Pamela Nettles tried to get it last time around. "Try and get it as soon as possible. Do not wait until the last minute. Save your money because it's going to be expensive and just pray you know somebody from the inside,' she said. Wal-mart officials said there are no guarantees that the toys will remained stocked through out the holiday season, but they will do their best; it just depends on the demand.

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