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I just wanna think Indians for letting us pilgrams come live on there land.
Thats what Thanksgiving was all about in the 1st place.


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I just wanna think Indians for letting us pilgrams come live on there land.
Thats what Thanksgiving was all about in the 1st place.


We British Colonials appreciate you Indians letting us land on your shores back in the 1600s.
We also appreciate the Seven Elevens and all the other Convenience stores that you run in the Colonies.

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Boz,yoo fourget gas stashuns an licker stores two.


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I'm thankful that I just found out I'm related to an African prince who recently passed away and I'm now entitled to his fortune, I just have to send in a check.

Seriously, every year we discuss the same thing as a family, what are we thankful for? First and foremost, health, not me but those closest to me. Also I'd like to thank everyone here. This is a great online community. I've only been a member for a few months, but it's fun to come here and browse all the posts, learn things, and have a good laugh.



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Thanks Rick, great post!  During these tough economic times, it's important to stop, stand back and realize all we have to be thankful for. 

As to everything Johan, I am thankful that after I thought the original (and only) Asia was over, he was able to drive a true reunion and bring back a great band with great style.

I never would have thought as little as five years ago that we would have three (soon to be four) full albums of new original material from Johan and Horace. 

Bravo!   

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Happy Thanksgiving!  I am thankful for you.


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I'm real thankful for John & Geoffrey for putting up with me sence 1989.
Even though I miss the good old phone conversation days, I'm happy we guys still read about it here on Miss Kims guestbook.

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I am thankful that I have my health, I have a loving family that has never grown apart, lots of good friends, and that I found out about Phish.

I am thankful that I make a living doing the coolest shiz in the world that I would be priveledged to do for free, yet I get paid handsomely for doing.

I am thankful that I have a commitee of tremendously accomplished and insightful people who are willing to spend their time to offer me counsel.

I am thankful that I have been given the gift of music, and the conviction to share my joy with others.

There are lots of things I'm looking for, but certainly I want nothing.

Also, I'd like to give thanks to the John msg board, this is a cool place to discuss music and expand musical horiz0wns, and meet new friends.

w00t! :inserting crazy smiley going rejoicing:
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Hey Mags,if the religious fanatics left the shores of Jersey,we would build a monument too.
Of course they didn't start burning witches at the stake until they left Plymouth.

Happy Thanksgiving,everyone!


Mmmm - the Native Americans welcomed the Pilgrim Fathers with turkeys - what could we reciprocate with for the Jersey Returnees?  Devonshire Cream Teas perhaps?  Star Gazey Pie?  Pilchards?  Scrumpy?  Have to give that one some thought ....
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well folks it is almost over. as of this second i am in a turkey coma. if you have never eaten deep fried turkey....shame on you.
 we went to my wife's uncles house along with 20 other extended family. i looked around at all the kids (including my own) and for one split second i wondered where all the time has gone. and the next moment i was thankful for all of those people. we might be complete strangers for most of the year, but they are family.
 anyway guys, i hope you and yours had a great one.
 Anyone ready for Christmas? all i know is my kids are getting a Wii, and i think i might have to up my Christmas game up a notch this year by getting in the spirit a bit more.
 be well all my GB friends. i am as full as a tick but i have a piece of oreo cheesecake that is calling me by name right now.



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*hugs*  Glad your T-Day was good, Pete!  Although I'm a day late (I was a tad busy yesterday wrestling a 25 pound turkey into the oven), I just want to say how thankful I am for all of the wonderful friends I have found here on the GB, to Kim for being the "mistress of the forum", and to Johan for the words and music over the years!  Despite the turmoil in the world, there is so much to be thankful for, and there is much beauty to be found if you look for it! 


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Hey Mags,if the religious fanatics left the shores of Jersey,we would build a monument too.
Of course they didn't start burning witches at the stake until they left Plymouth.

Happy Thanksgiving,everyone!


Mmmm - the Native Americans welcomed the Pilgrim Fathers with turkeys - what could we reciprocate with for the Jersey Returnees?  Devonshire Cream Teas perhaps?  Star Gazey Pie?  Pilchards?  Scrumpy?  Have to give that one some thought ....
chicken tikka massala.

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Sorry this is belated, but we went away this year--anyway, Happy Thanksgiving to all the lovely people on this guestbook.  I have such a lot of blessings to be thankful for this year--family, health and great music are some at the top of the list--but I'm also grateful to be able to keep in touch with such a terrific online community, including, of course, Kim and Johan. I send you all wishes for every possible blessing! (and hopes that all indigestion is finally gone! )

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i am as full as a tick but i have a piece of oreo cheesecake that is calling me by name right now.

Good call, Pete! Here in the chilly wilds of Michigan it's homemade pumpkin pie following an amazing turkey feast put on by my hardworking bride. Fortunately, she had a little 'help' in the kitchen this year....

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