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    Smile Be thankful for...

    Since Thanksgiving is one day away in the USA, What are you thankful for?

    I am thankful for my job, friends and family.
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    What is thanksgiving anyway?

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    I'm thankful for the arts:
    music and writing

    my outlets to the world.

    But don't forget my friends, family, and girlfriend.
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    LOL! i had mine along time ago in october (or september...cant remember) and i was thankful that we could still afford the little cozy motel that we live in woithout my dad :'( GAWD i miss dad!
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    im thankful for THC
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    Originally posted by minesweeper
    What is thanksgiving anyway?
    Well, this says
    Thanksgiving Day in America is a time to offer thanks, of family gatherings and holiday meals. A time of turkeys, stuffing, and pumpkin pie. A time for Indian corn, holiday parades and giant balloons
    So, in other words, its a time to eat lots and be merry for whatever reason. Am I wrong?
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    Chrismas is a religous holiday in witch we celerbrate the birth of Lord Jesus Christ. It's a thanks for are spiritual salvation.

    Thanksgiving we give thanks for the materal posations god has given us.
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    I'm thankful for everything I have; that includes everything about my life: my friends, family, financial situation, food, shelter, etc.

    I'm also thankful for that turkey I'm going to be eating tomorrow!

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    i'm thankful to be living here in massachusetts. god knows there are other areas of the world which are much worse off than we are. i'm thankful to be going to college in the spring. i'm thankful that i'm going to eat a big meal tomorrow.

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    I'm thankful for...absolutely nothing...I wish I could say my girlfriend, but I don't have one...I guess all I could say is my car.
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    I am thankful for my Freinds, and my Family. I am thankful for eveything they have done for me, and ever will be even though I don't show it.
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    I am thankful for my friends, family and health.

    As long as I have that, and a million bucks in the bank, I should be fine.

    Now I just have to get that million.
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    I am thankful for everything...it's all good, with me at least.

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    Did you know that most native Americans treat thanksgiving as an international day of mourning. After all, we did take most of their land and all they got out of the deal was maybe a turkey dinner.

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    Originally posted by Scourfish
    Did you know that most native Americans treat thanksgiving as an international day of mourning. After all, we did take most of their land and all they got out of the deal was maybe a turkey dinner.
    I wonder where they'd stand legally if they tried to take it all back through some international court of human rights.
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