1. St. Peter's
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    24 Nov '11 20:06
    buuurrp!....that is all....
  2. SubscriberSuzianne
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    25 Nov '11 00:07
    Originally posted by Doward
    buuurrp!....that is all....
    I went to a sorority sister's house for Thanksgiving. Kids and all. It was awesome to see a typical American family enjoying Thanksgiving the way my family used to.

    Plus she made me the best sugar-free cranberry sauce!

    Life is pretty good. 🙂

    Happy Thanksgiving to all.
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    25 Nov '11 03:42
    Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
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    25 Nov '11 18:45
    Just out of curiosity, what does Thanksgiving mean to you?

    I was watching president Obama the other day give a speech during Thanksgiving, and he said we should give thanks, but did not say to who. He used words like "coummnity" and family but never once said the "G" word.

    Historically, Thanksgiving can be traced to the Pilgrims in the New World as they gave thianks to God. It seems to be changing in the US but what say you? Do you give thanks and if you do, to whom?
  5. Standard memberRJHinds
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    25 Nov '11 19:01
    Originally posted by whodey
    Just out of curiosity, what does Thanksgiving mean to you?

    I was watching president Obama the other day give a speech during Thanksgiving, and he said we should give thanks, but did not say to who. He used words like "coummnity" and family but never once said the "G" word.

    Historically, Thanksgiving can be traced to the Pilgrims in the New World as the ...[text shortened]... seems to be changing in the US but what say you? Do you give thanks and if you do, to whom?
    To me Thanksgiving Day is a time when the family gathers to have one
    huge meal and gorge ourselves on turkey, dressing, potatoes, gravy,
    corn, beans, and desserts, like pumpkin pie. We do this to celebrate
    our blessings from God and then the next morning, if not before, we
    can feel sick from all the food we have eaten.
  6. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    25 Nov '11 19:51
    But XMas is like 5 weeks away. Isn't that enough.

    And no whodey,I have no idea whether we should be giving thanks to God or who.
    I'm just a poor Aussie where "Thanksgiving" means nought
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    25 Nov '11 19:53
    I'm sure the few remaining Native American Indians will be overwhelmed.
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