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Thanksgiving means giving thanks....
For over five years now each Thanksgiving I wanted to post something on a Canadian forum and then hesitate because it may stir up controversy and argument.... but as time passes, I would like to
put something on this thread because it seems to be pacific and comfortable and genuine and perhaps my message won't cause it to change....
I have always wanted to thank deeply the Canadian team from NORAD one of whom took over command
on 9/11 for rerouting airtraffic, overseeing defensive and tracking maneuvers as trained people in NORAD
are doing round the clock, and of course opening Canadian airspace and land to commercial air travellers.
To find anything credible about that horrible day or the names of anyone involved (other than accusatory), is difficult.... so I'll just say an anonymous thanks to Canadians in lieu of knowing who the Canadians were
standing at our side during those ugly hours and days.... It would seem the internet is bound to keep the ugliness alive ... so I won't go there again... not today. Only a message from my heart...with pride...
My deepest gratitude to Canada.... without any caveats. Curio
Happy Turkey day.
Isn't today or tomorrow generally the busiest shopping day of the year down south?
Tomorrow from 6 a.m. until around noon, the malls and stores will be a place that only battle hardened veterans should dare to tread.
And I thought the Cowboys were playing Tampa Bay or something
Oh yeah, Happy Thanksgiving
My girlfriend just told me there are some stores open today in the U.S.
And some malls are opening at 1am.....
And of course people will go there and buy.....
Glad someone sorted out Kreskin's football games hahaha.