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    For those of that celebrate Thanksgiving, have a great Turkey Day! :turkeydinner:

    See you on Monday.

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    and for those that don't ? Another cr*p day fixing aeroplanes for peanuts on permanent night shift ? Having to build websites to supplement my salary ?

    Don't wanna spoil ya fun....but.....THIS IS ENGLAND.....it's never a holiday being a webmaster in a thick pea soup fog

    OK.....i'll get off my and wish you all a very safe and happy Thanksgiving...and I mean it...I do.....really I do.

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    Happy Thanksgiving All! Have a great day, a great dinner and then relax. I suppose the guys will be viewing football games LOL Those not celebrating have a great day anyway.
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    My plans for the TURKEY:
    MUTILATE abrade, abscind, alter, amputate, annihilate, ban, bar, bark, blemish, bloody, bob, break, burn, butcher, castrate, chafe, change, check, chip, claw, clip, crack, craze, cripple, crop, cull, cut, cut away, cut off, cut out, damage, deface, defoliate, deform, denude, desexualize, destroy, disable, disfigure, dismember, disproportion, dock, draw and quarter, eliminate, enucleate, eradicate, except, excise, exclude, extinguish, extirpate, fix, flay, fracture, fray, frazzle, fret, gall, gash, geld, hurt, incise, injure, isolate, knock off, lacerate, lame, lop, maim, make mincemeat of, mangle, mar, maul, mayhem, misshape, neuter, nip, pare, peel, pick out, pick to pieces, pierce, prune, pull apart, puncture, rend, rip, rip off, root out, ruin, rule out, run, rupture, savage, scald, scorch, scotch, scrape, scratch, scuff, set apart, set aside, shave, shear, shred, skin, slash, slit, spoil, sprain, stab, stamp out, stick, strain, strike off, strip, strip off, take apart, take off, take out, tear, tear apart, tear off, tear to pieces, tear to tatters, traumatize, truncate, unsex, vandalize, wipe out, wound, wrench or maybe EAT

    That was a joke

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    Our plans, Going to the inlaws, and avoiding drinking any of this.

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    LOL I think the person that would drink this is insane and would be all day.
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    They need to make it a malt beverage and then I might try it. Either that or add wine and call it a wine cooler. Yuck!

    It would be funny to give someone one of those over the holidays as a joke. Poor [insert relative's name], everybody is always playing tricks on him/her.

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    Happy Thanksgiving all!!!

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    Todd,

    Happy Holidays to you and your family and to all the folks at CJ (especially those wonderful folks at AAQ).

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    Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

    For those who will be cooking, take time to relax and enjoy your friends and family! My Grandmother and Mother used to make it look so easy...don't know how they did it!

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    Happy Thanksgiving to all

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    Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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    Enjoy the day and the company everyone. Don't be sneaking into the office o chek stats.

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    Mr.Merchant, if you do business in any way what-so-ever with parasites, your products will not be sold on my sites!!

    Farewell, CJ! I loved you when you were young and pure. I will try to remember you that way. Disclaimer: Comments are to be interpreted as opinion unless otherwise noted.

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    Happy Thanksgiving to you too Todd and everyone else, and it's not just guy watching the football. Especially in my case if it keeps me out of the kitchen.

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    and just think how it all started. we, in the beginning, having been sent over here by yer majesty, were ex-cons, and mentally ill. fitting for most of us, I would say! I wonder how we ever made it that first boat trip from England? sheet, I would have been the first one placed on the boat for not paying the prozac tax - lol!

    oh yeah... happy turkey day. anyone eatting chitterlings? yum. I can see my granny cleaning three five pound buckets of it now...yummmmm - NOT!

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    quote:
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    Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

    For those who will be cooking, take time to relax and enjoy your friends and family! My Grandmother and Mother used to make it look so easy...don't know how they did it!

    Andy

    They had all that time in between page loads on their 1200 baud modems.

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    Sorry for a dumb question because I am not in the US.

    How many thanksgiving day are there in 1 year?

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    Happy Turkey Time!

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    There's just One Thanksgiving...
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    quote:
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    Sorry for a dumb question because I am not in the US.

    How many thanksgiving day are there in 1 year?



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    We all know the basics…let's see. There were these Pilgrim guys and gals and they invited the Native Americans to join with them to be thankful for a great harvest thing, and they had turkey and all the trimmings…doesn't it go something like that?

    Kind of. It was 1621 (and I'm not sure that they had turkey, I'm surmising). Actually, that first time, they didn't call it Thanksgiving, they called it an English harvest celebration. It wasn't until 1676 that the first Thanksgiving proclamation was issued by the people of Charleston, Massachusetts. The last paragraph of the proclamation says it all (they didn't spell so well back then)…

    "The Council has thought meet to appoint and set apart the 29th day of this instant June, as a day of Solemn Thanksgiving and praise to God for such his Goodness and Favour, many Particulars of which mercy might be Instanced, but we doubt not those who are sensible of God's Afflictions, have been as diligent to espy him returning to us; and that the Lord may behold us as a People offering Praise and thereby glorifying Him; the Council doth commend it to the Respective Ministers, Elders and people of this Jurisdiction; Solemnly and seriously to keep the same Beseeching that being perswaded by the mercies of God we may all, even this whole people offer up our bodies and soulds as a living and acceptable Service unto God by Jesus Christ."

    Thus, by unanimous vote, the Charleston council instructed Clerk Edward Rawson to proclaim June 29 as a day of the first thanksgiving. Look what that Rawson guy started!

    But wait, that may have been the first proclamation, but according to records, the first NATIONAL Thanksgiving wasn't celebrated until 1777 (when it was declared by the Continental Congress). But that still wasn't Thanksgiving as we know it today. Thanksgiving as we know it today was "coined" in 1863 when the "first of our last-Thursday-in-November annual Thanksgivings was celebrated."



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    I miss Thanksgiving My last one was in 1991 WOW thats 12 years ago.. time really does go by fast

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    Originally posted by RedFish:
    Sorry for a dumb question because I am not in the US.

    How many thanksgiving day are there in 1 year?
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    Thanksgiving is celebrated on the last each year on the last Thursday of November. It considered a federal holiday (no mail, banks, school, etc.) so most people don't have to work. The Friday after Thanksgiving is given as a holiday for many people too, but really just to have a long weekend. Lately, however, more and more peole seem to be having to work on that Friday. Schools are usually closed onthe Friday, but there is mail and banks legally have to be open (the law for banks is that they cannot be closed for more than 3 days in a row) and many of the large downtown banks are not open on Saturdays!

    Hope that helps, Redfish.

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    There is a radio station here that plays 'Alices Restaurant' every Thanksgiving. Is that the case where you are? That song cracks me up. And speaking of Radio Stations, it also cracks me up thinking of Herb releasing those live Turkeys on WKRP in Cincinnati.

    Ok, ok... Warped Thanksgiving memories!


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    quote:
    Originally posted by RedFish:
    How many thanksgiving day are there in 1 year?


    Unfortunately only 1 day a year.

    But I would like to have at least once a month. So there will be one black Friday every month. Or may be once a week... so every Friday is black Friday and we get 4-day weekend.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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