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Tinker Rings Bell For Red Kettles

Tinker, a miniature horse, rings a red bell for the Salvation Army outside a craft fair in West Bend, Wis. with his owners Carol and Joe Takacs. Salvation Army officials say Tinker raises 10 times more than a regular bell ringer. (AP Photo/Carrie Antlfinger)

Question: What percentage of the time do you put money in a red kettle as you pass by (guesstimate percentage-wise)?




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