Happy Thanksgiving 2008

There is a lot of bad news this holiday season which only serves to remind us of how thankful and blessed we are and have been.

America has just come off from a 17-year consumer spending surge that the modern world has seldom seen for its impressive duration and strength. That fact alone is something to be appreciative towards.

As economic realities kick-in so do life realities which serve to remind us that the best things in life are still free and can be found at your family table this holiday. Be grateful for your family and for our veterans who have made every Thanksgiving safe and free.

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  • Sybells

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Seriously things in the US are good. We conplain a lot, but looking around there isn’t any other country that is as good

    You too dean. Don’t choke on your fake turkey. Remember you just saved a life.

    • dean

      Thanks for the thought Syb, but I’m a confirmed omnivore. Will be eating the real deal today. Have a great one. We can both give thanks for living in the USA and hold the battle of words for another day.

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