Happy Thanksgiving!

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    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Republican style!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9mPfakzOt0
     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

    Alleycat..cute video..but sadly there are probably people who would not understand the parody and would be nodding their heads in agreement.

    Happy Thanksgiving to everyone...hope everyone has an enjoyable day and takes the time to remember that there are those who will not have the luxury of a bountiful Thanksgiving feast and the love of friends and family to share it with.
     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

    Happy turkey dayWink
     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

    How original. What's this the fourth or fifth time you've posted this thread? We get it already, you hate anyone who isn't a liberal. How sad for you that you live in such a bitter and hateful mindset.

     
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    Don't occupy an old folks house for that; they overcook turkey and serve the nasty old green bean caserole, also cooked to a fare-the-well.  Occupy a 40ish person's home if you want a decent meal.
     
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    I have several people occupying my house..even though I was hoping to occupy someone else's house for a change. All the same..I make a great turkey/stuffing/gravy if I do say so myself.
    I've never heard of the ice packs..I may have to experiment with those..but I do tent the turkey..and I always buy fresh..never frozen..

    Also..God forbid I don't have a pan of lasagna available ( family tradition)...the big joke with me is I always forget to put the same thing out on the table..the cranberry sauce..
     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

    Yes Andiejen, we all should enjoy our Thanksgiving holiday because soon the P.C. creeps will be after this one too claiming that it doesn't make newcomers to our country feel inclusive or somthing ridiculous like that.  Sadly, our country is on the highway to oblivion, done in, by our own hands.  Anyway, enjoy the day.  I'm going to!  Food and Football!  What's better than that?
     
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    My faviote Thanksgiving tradition is watching Native Americans protesting the evil that is Turkey day. 
     
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     It must be Thanksgiving as I'm polishing my suit of armor, which I must always wear when the either my family or my wife's family gets together. 

     Anyone else pass the salt by throwing it across the table?

     

     
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    Undead:  That's funny! 
     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

    In Response to Re: Happy Thanksgiving!:
    [QUOTE]I plan on occupying the old folks' house and demanding turkey!
    Posted by WhatDoYouWantNow[/QUOTE]

    See you there! 
     
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    It is politically incorrect to call it Thanksgiving.  According to the Occupiers, it has been renamed:  Thanks-taking.
     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

     It's not funny. I wish it was but it's not.

     If I told you what a major holiday consisted of when I was a teenager you'd have my relatives arrested for child labor laws. 
     I promised myself I'd never ever allow myself to be a part of a large family gathering again. Alas, I got married, and although my wife's family isn't as bad as my extended relatives, they have their own issues, one of which is me usually ducking out of the festivities as I work nights and tend to go to bed at 3pm (and eating turkey doesn't help this problem). 
     Add that to the fights over the remote, the Wii, available seating, and the one particular person who likes to throw insults at everyone over the stupidest things (they actually insulted me last year because my plate wasn't colorful enough in that it only had turkey, potatoes, and corn on it) and you start to understand why I say 'throw the salt across the table'.
     
     
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    In Response to Re: Happy Thanksgiving!:
    [QUOTE]My faviote Thanksgiving tradition is watching Native Americans protesting the evil that is Turkey day. 
    Posted by shumirules[/QUOTE]

    You probably would have volunteered to command the Trail of Tears.

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

     I'd rather be at home, by myself, playing video games during major holidays, but this isn't possible anymore.

     My form of revenge, currently is two-fold:

     1. I control the remote. The niece and nephew want to watch SpongeBob? Tough. At Thanksgiving, I turn on the games. At Christmas, it's Christmas Story all day.

     2. I have the most powerful laptop of everyone in the family and they all want to use it. Over my dead body, and that goes double for the niece and nephew. 
     The reason it's so popular is that it plays DVDs very smoothly, not to mention it'll load a game 4 times as fast as anyone else's laptop.
     It, however, belongs to me, and they all know it. I will, however, whilst using it to play a game, also keep track of the sports games on yahoo, thus appeasing most of the adults who can't see the tv. 

      And this Thanksgiving is going to be interesting. The eldest brother-in-law decided to try and make the turkey on his own this year. The age old question of does it hold a candle to grandma's will once again be put on trial, and I don't have to tell any of you about the battle that can lead to.
     
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