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PostThu Nov 22, 2012 9:23 pm » by domdabears


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PostThu Nov 22, 2012 11:40 pm » by Yuya63


Im just gonna smoke a big fatty and eat whatevers handed to me. No Thanksgiving with family this year. I had school when i should have been driving to familys house. At least theres football! Cheers to all!!! :cheers:

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PostFri Nov 23, 2012 4:25 am » by domdabears


Thanksgiving was surprisingly good. Better than I expected.

A bunch of Italian people and Mexican people sitting around having a good time.

Food was spicy as fuck though. It was really good, but I'm not a big fan of spicy food.
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PostFri Nov 23, 2012 4:32 am » by Cornbread714


domdabears wrote:Thanksgiving was surprisingly good. Better than I expected.

A bunch of Italian people and Mexican people sitting around having a good time.

Food was spicy as fuck though. It was really good, but I'm not a big fan of spicy food.



Funny, I don't really like all that bland Thanksgiving food - turkey, cranberry sauce, yams and crap.

I'd take spicy Mexican any day.

Since Thanksgiving hasn't really caught on here, I decided to at least eat out. I had a hamburger at the French restaurant next door. I know that sounds weird but the cook makes damn good hamburgers. And that's really hard to find here.

Happy thanksgiving y'all.

Just hoping nobody I know was in the hundred car pileup in East Texas.

Sheesh.
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PostFri Nov 23, 2012 4:44 am » by Evildweeb


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I had almost forgot about that video. Outstanding choice my friend. :flop:


Cheers & have a safe musical holiday all.


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PostFri Nov 23, 2012 3:54 pm » by Cornbread714


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I had almost forgot about that video. Outstanding choice my friend. :flop:


Cheers & have a safe musical holiday all.


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Yes, that's a great video, and extra special to me, because two of my good friends and musical colleagues are in it.


Elliot "Grandpa" Smalls and "Washboard" Chaz Leary are both from New Orleans (well, Chaz is a transplant, like I was). I was in a couple of bands with Chaz and played with Grandpa some, too. Mostly I knew Grandpa from seeing his brilliant street act many, many times and hanging around with him in the French Quarter when I had street bands there, too. I learned a lot about music and about living from that guy.

Both are amazing, soulful people who work hard at what they do. It's really gratifying to see them getting worldwide recognition now.


EDIT - Shit, I watched it again and saw another musician friend, Roberto Luti, an Italian guitarist who also lived in New Orleans when I was there. Gotta admit, it makes me a little homesick...

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PostFri Nov 23, 2012 4:50 pm » by domdabears


Cornbread714 wrote:

Funny, I don't really like all that bland Thanksgiving food - turkey, cranberry sauce, yams and crap.

I'd take spicy Mexican any day.

Since Thanksgiving hasn't really caught on here, I decided to at least eat out. I had a hamburger at the French restaurant next door. I know that sounds weird but the cook makes damn good hamburgers. And that's really hard to find here.

Happy thanksgiving y'all.

Just hoping nobody I know was in the hundred car pileup in East Texas.

Sheesh.

That has to be tough. Being in a completely different country on the Holidays. You grow up always celebrating it, and now no one knows what you're talking about.
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PostFri Nov 23, 2012 5:04 pm » by Cornbread714


domdabears wrote:That has to be tough. Being in a completely different country on the Holidays. You grow up always celebrating it, and now no one knows what you're talking about.



I really don't mind the lack of familiar holiday stuff. I especially don't mind not being in America for Black Friday, or having to listen to stupid Christmas songs everywhere you go for a solid month, and seeing all those damned ads on TV.

Lol, I guess I'm a Scrooge, maybe. And I guess I'm not one of those holiday "people", lol.

But actually, what I like about Bulgaria, for instance, is they got a LOT of holidays, especially in the spring. Seems like every week there's a damned holiday around April and May.

The cool thing is that Christmas in most other countries and other holidays aren't so commercialized and rammed into your brain by advertising.
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PostFri Nov 23, 2012 5:07 pm » by domdabears


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domdabears wrote:That has to be tough. Being in a completely different country on the Holidays. You grow up always celebrating it, and now no one knows what you're talking about.



I really don't mind the lack of familiar holiday stuff. I especially don't mind not being in America for Black Friday, or having to listen to stupid Christmas songs everywhere you go for a solid month, and seeing all those damned ads on TV.

Lol, I guess I'm a Scrooge, maybe. And I guess I'm not one of those holiday "people", lol.

But actually, what I like about Bulgaria, for instance, is they got a LOT of holidays, especially in the spring. Seems like every week there's a damned holiday around April and May.

The cool thing is that Christmas in most other countries and other holidays aren't so commercialized and rammed into your brain by advertising.

:lol: My girlfriend is out right now shopping.

I did the Black Friday thing last year for the first time. I actually stood in line for 8 hours on Thanksgiving day to get a TV.

It was worth it. I actually had no where to go last year for Thanksgiving, so it worked out well.
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PostFri Nov 23, 2012 5:16 pm » by The57ironman


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The cool thing is that Christmas in most other countries and other holidays aren't so commercialized and rammed into your brain by advertising.

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.....i got a ''thanks , you too'' after saying happy thanksgiving.......from ''one'' family member...

...i stayed by myself.. :mrcool:

..quite a few friends wished me happy thanksgiving via the phone and internet...



..''rub a dub dub , thanks for the grub'' ....is about the extent of my family's ''blessings'' at the table...

...i didn't miss much.. :bullshit:


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