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Tucked in at the base of the mountains above the Las Vegas basin, I wish all on the board a Happy Thanksgiving. :smile:

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And a Happy Thanksgiving from Shanghai to all!

Bill P (Alfonso)

Hey Bill,

I like Chinese food, but favor Cantonese the best. Greasy & tasty! Yum

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Michael "What a great time not to be a turkey"!

LOL. That's one time it's ok to define your position in terms of a negative. What would AR say?

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And a Happy Thanksgiving from Shanghai to all!

Bill P (Alfonso)

Hey Bill,

I like Chinese food, but favor Cantonese the best. Greasy & tasty! Yum

Hunan and Sichuan are some of the spiciest types.

Bill P (Alfonso)

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And a Happy Thanksgiving from Shanghai to all!

Bill P (Alfonso)

Hey Bill,

I like Chinese food, but favor Cantonese the best. Greasy & tasty! Yum

Hunan and Sichuan are some of the spiciest types.

Bill P (Alfonso)

Growing up in N.Y.C. I often ate in Chinatown. Cantonese seemed to be the prevailing type, but I occasionally indulged in the other regional flavors.

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Happy Thanksgiving OL!!

May you enjoy your after-binge naps, too...a testament to success, fortune, and the love of family and friends ;)

~ Shane

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Happy Thanksgiving to all!

Enjoy the food, your friends and family, and celebrate productive achievement!

Ed Hudgins

"The Productive Meaning of Thanksgiving."

From the reference:

"The center of Thanksgiving Day is a great feast. We can understand why. The Pilgrims were so pleased that they hadn't starved to death following their arrival in 1620 that even that often dour lot saw it as an occasion for a party. Hunger and the threat if not reality of starvation were the rule through much of human history."

One of the reasons why the Pilgrims did not starve was that the local aboriginals showed them some handy dandy ways of feeding themselves and helping their crops grow. In the fullness of time the Pilgrims repaid the aboriginals.

From which we might conclude that no good deed will go unpunished.

Who was Thankful and who was not? It depends.

Ba'al Chazaf

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