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    I'm bored and a little lonely tonight so I thought I would give us a head start on what I know is a busy season for most people. (In the US at least) Happy Thanksgiving. I'm so thankful for all of you and wish the best to all of my ADISC family.
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    Happy Thanksgiving Kryan. I hope you have a good Thanksgiving. I'm going to be with most of my family, eating at our one son's home. We'll have our daughter and her family staying at our house for a couple of nights which means our grandchildren will be waking us up around 6:30 both mornings. Oh well, it still will be fun.

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    I really can't even believe it's almost here. The last few months of this year have been going ridiculously, unbelievably, super fast.

    Happy Thanksgiving

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    Quote Originally Posted by KryanAshford View Post
    I'm bored and a little lonely tonight so I thought I would give us a head start on what I know is a busy season for most people. (In the US at least) Happy Thanksgiving. I'm so thankful for all of you and wish the best to all of my ADISC family.
    KryanAshford,

    Thanks for giving and, thanks for giving thanks...

    I'm thankful for you and, our whole crew here too!

    Take care all!
    -Marka

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    Back at you Kryan.

    Everybody's going out of town, so it'll be just us, the birds, and Junior's dog. Before you offer condolences.... it means a full day of turkey and football without rugrats running around, or worse, standing in front of the TV. Don't have to drive anywhere... if we run out of something, there's a grocery store in easy walking distance.

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    Im all for the gathering of loved ones and sharing love with one another, as i think it should be everyday, however..

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    those sum it up for this country. More then one gruesome injuries too,(amputations ect.)

    Also its funny how everyone goes from being so thankful and grateful for what they have and then the next day run over each other shopping cause they don't have enough.... only in america

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    On a lighter note, the ultimate thanksgiving song for those of my generation:



    When Thanksgiving is at my house, it's always played before dinner. If not, I've subjected my family to it at some point during the day for decades.

    I didn't know quite where it belonged. One of the political threads? Song you can't stop listening to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SquishyTushy View Post

    Also its funny how everyone goes from being so thankful and grateful for what they have and then the next day run over each other shopping cause they don't have enough.... only in america
    The next day? Black Friday starts on Thanksgiving now. I think it's dumb, and employees should be at home with their family and/or friends, not at work.

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