If you haven’t been to Second Sunday yet, seriously what is your problem? For those who’ve been strolling King Street for the last four years to those who’ve yet to join in on the fun, December will have not only one or two, but three chances to catch up on your holiday shopping. For the first year, King will be closed to traffic on Dec. 8, 15, and 22 to respond to the influx of people during this busy season. “We’ll be having high school choirs, Salvation Army bell-ringers, and, of course, Christmas music,” says Second Sunday coordinator Susan Lucas. “We’re expecting a killer crowd.” Restaurants will have their tables in the street for brunch, clothing stores will put out their racks and wares, and performances will take place to get you in the spirit. Even if you have your shopping done already (what kind of high-performance robot are you?), Second, Third, and Fourth Sunday will be days you don’t want to miss.