Happy Thanksgiving

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    Happy Thanksgiving

     A festive, healthy and safe Thanksgiving to all celebrating today. 

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

    Back at you RHO.  I'm still recovering from too much turkey but it was worth it. Oh yeah, I got to see McKinnon play live this wekend and he was everything he was supposed to be. He's actually got a linemate named Jonathan Drouin that's ahead of him in scoring at the moment. Drouin seemed to float a bit but has great skills. Don't be surprised if they both go top 5 in the draft. Cheers!

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving isn't until November.

     

    No one cares about your silly copycat holidays.

     

    You don't see Americans having Boxing Day in March.

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
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    Thanksgiving isn't until November.

     

    No one cares about your silly copycat holidays.

     

    You don't see Americans having Boxing Day in March.

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    NAS, they also have Fourth of July, it comes after July 3 and before July 5.

    Those Mexicans call Fourth of July "Cinco de Mayo" or something like that.

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

    Didn't know Canada even had Thanksgiving. Columbus day here, Thanksgiving day there.... makes sense now. 

     

    I like how the US  does it, getting two days off instead of one :p

     
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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
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    Thanksgiving isn't until November.

     

    No one cares about your silly copycat holidays.

     

    You don't see Americans having Boxing Day in March.

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    Yes, speaking of copycatting.....

     

    Incidentally, Canadian Thanksgiving coincides with the U.S. observance of Columbus Day and has done so since the United States implemented the Uniform Monday Holiday Act in 1971 (most countries in the Western Hemisphere fix Columbus Day to October 12). As such, U.S. towns with high amounts of Canadian tourism will often hold their fall festivals over Thanksgiving/Columbus Day weekend in part to draw and accommodate Canadian tourists.

     
     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

    Thanks RHO, Same to you and your family

    NAS, Thanks for the Love that you bring to the community. PS have a GREAT Columbus Day Buddy

     

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

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    Thanks RHO, Same to you and your family

    NAS, Thanks for the Love that you bring to the community. PS have a GREAT Columbus Day Buddy

     

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    Likewise LB.

     
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    Back at you RHO.  I'm still recovering from too much turkey but it was worth it. Oh yeah, I got to see McKinnon play live this wekend and he was everything he was supposed to be. He's actually got a linemate named Jonathan Drouin that's ahead of him in scoring at the moment. Drouin seemed to float a bit but has great skills. Don't be surprised if they both go top 5 in the draft. Cheers!

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    And to you and yours, dez.  I've been reading more and more about McKinnon over the last while.  Perhaps it will only increase as the draft nears.

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
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    Thanksgiving isn't until November.

     

    No one cares about your silly copycat holidays.

     

    You don't see Americans having Boxing Day in March.

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    Or Canadians.  Enjoy Columbus Day.

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
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    Thanksgiving isn't until November.

     

    No one cares about your silly copycat holidays.

     

    You don't see Americans having Boxing Day in March.

    [/QUOTE] Typical classless Nas !!


     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

    Congrats to the best neighbors in the world!

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

    In response to dezaruchi's comment:
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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
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    Thanksgiving isn't until November.

     

    No one cares about your silly copycat holidays.

     

    You don't see Americans having Boxing Day in March.

    [/QUOTE]


    Yes, speaking of copycatting.....

     

    Incidentally, Canadian Thanksgiving coincides with the U.S. observance of Columbus Day and has done so since the United States implemented the Uniform Monday Holiday Act in 1971 (most countries in the Western Hemisphere fix Columbus Day to October 12). As such, U.S. towns with high amounts of Canadian tourism will often hold their fall festivals over Thanksgiving/Columbus Day weekend in part to draw and accommodate Canadian tourists.

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    Does Canada do anything in November to accomodate U.S Tourists? Not being a smart alec, I'm really wondering.

    Happy Thanksgiving.

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

    In response to kelvana33's comment:
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    In response to dezaruchi's comment:
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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
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    Thanksgiving isn't until November.

     

    No one cares about your silly copycat holidays.

     

    You don't see Americans having Boxing Day in March.

    [/QUOTE]


    Yes, speaking of copycatting.....

     

    Incidentally, Canadian Thanksgiving coincides with the U.S. observance of Columbus Day and has done so since the United States implemented the Uniform Monday Holiday Act in 1971 (most countries in the Western Hemisphere fix Columbus Day to October 12). As such, U.S. towns with high amounts of Canadian tourism will often hold their fall festivals over Thanksgiving/Columbus Day weekend in part to draw and accommodate Canadian tourists.

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    Does Canada do anything in November to accomodate U.S Tourists? Not being a smart alec, I'm really wondering.

    Happy Thanksgiving.

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    i do believe st. catherine street(montreal) is open all november! and i do believe they serve breasts and thighs for your enjoyment. it's like thanksgiving 365 days a year! sorry....  

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

    What to be thankful for as a Canadian ? Canadian hockey players. No need to copycat there.

     
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    Re: Happy Thanksgiving

    Chowda please excuse, myopic views from a country (USA) on steriods, TARPS and debt is the basis of their thinking.  My money is in the Bank of Montreal, now those people did the right thing.  Yup I love the best game in the world, which came from Canada.  

     
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