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November 26, 2009 - 1:31 am
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Hi,
I've been baking and cleaning for tomorrow, I'm only cooking for 23 this year, some relatives have to work, and of course many live far away. But I thought I'd jump online and want to wish everyone a very happy Thanksgiving.

Even though many things are going on in this world, we all can count our blessings for loved ones, family and friends. I'm thankful that I can have my family around me, and am able to cook for them all! Lol.

Take care all, and have a good holiday!

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November 26, 2009 - 2:00 am
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Out in the California desert right now at my daughters house, currently about 80 degrees, crystal clear day, blue skys, the kind of day that people live in the desert for. For 9 months out of the year, it is just spectacular climate and breathtaking beauty out here. Hard to discribe unless you have ever experienced it. People in the east are used to the cold and possibilty of snow by Thanksgiving, but in the deserts of the southwest, it doesn't get any better than this.

Inside will be Turkey and all the trimmings , plus a lot of other extras. If you take even a sniff,and are not Thankful for what blessings we can talk about, all one has to do is think about the milllions who are homeless or without jobs, facing the worst of what bad hands can be delt. We have to all remember we have a few hundred thousand of our sons and daughters, who will go from a Thankgiving dinner on a base, to a patrol or mission where they could be fighting for their lives. Enjoy every bite, but remember nobody knows what circumstances led us to living in the backseat of a car, or even a cardboard box next to the freeway. One layoff paper and a few incomeless months, and any of us can be joining them.

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"greeney2" wrote: Out in the California desert right now at my daughters house, currently about 80 degrees, crystal clear day, blue skys, the kind of day that people live in the desert for. For 9 months out of the year, it is just spectacular climate and breathtaking beauty out here. Hard to discribe unless you have ever experienced it. People in the east are used to the cold and possibilty of snow by Thanksgiving, but in the deserts of the southwest, it doesn't get any better than this.

Lucky. The lousy desert wind is starting to pick up here. I'm pretty sure it's going to be hot as hell tomorrow too, and we don't have air conditioning.

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We had pretty good wind driving out on the 10 going though Yucipa area, but it dropped off out here in Indio, where wind is pretty common. Saw a big fire on the news last night. Not sure where you are at Wing, but we take the 210 to the 15, 15 to the 10, and out past Palm Springs. Pretty gusty winds in a few places. Out here its really nice, but wouldn;t be surprized to get some bad winds, supose to be 80 or so tommorrow.

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"greeney2" wrote: We had pretty good wind driving out on the 10 going though Yucipa area, but it dropped off out here in Indio, where wind is pretty common. Saw a big fire on the news last night. Not sure where you are at Wing, but we take the 210 to the 15, 15 to the 10, and out past Palm Springs. Pretty gusty winds in a few places. Out here its really nice, but wouldn;t be surprized to get some bad winds, supose to be 80 or so tommorrow.

Inbetween Long Beach and Newport Beach. ūüėČ

I'm sure you're talking about the fires in Anaheim Hills. Like friggin' clockwork for California.

War is an extension of economics and diplomacy through other means.

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November 26, 2009 - 2:01 pm
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Happy Thanksgiving folks.

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If it were raining hookers, I'd get hit by a fag.

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Spent TDAY with Family and slept late today.....

Avoided the frigging NJ malls like Tap Water in Tijuana.....

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