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    bccran
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    Family, friends, football, turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. And most importantly, a day of gratitude for all of our blessings.

    #207544
    1982 willie
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    Happy Thanksgiving to all from me as well. Its always nice to be thankful for all we have.

    #207546
    1toughdominican
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    Yessir! Happy and Happier Thanksgiving! And thanks to all of you fellow baseball fans for adding to the enjoyment of my favorite team and game! I hope everyone has the pleasure of spending a good time with family and friends and then stuffing themselves with a nice Thanksgiving feast until they can’t move. Heck, we’ve got an entire off-season to get back into shape…Haha!

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    ZTR
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    Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!

    #207552
    gscottar
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    Happy Thanksgiving to everyone here at TCN! May you have a blessed day!

    #207554
    Brian Walton
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    More of the same. Back at you all!

    #207556
    Nigel T
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    Your minds are the source of my greatest passion and restful place of refuge from all the world’s madness. I am so thankful for you all. Peace and love to all this Thanksgiving.

    #207558
    stlcard25
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    Happy Thanksgiving to TCN!

    #207562
    blingboy
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    OMG, I’m so stuffed I could hardly waddle to my recliner. I may never rise again. Hope everyone is having a happy holiday.

    #207563
    Ratsbuddy
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    Speaking of waddling to the recliner…….has anybody heard from Pugs lately?

    #207564
    1toughdominican
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    It’s been a while, Rats. He’s probably engrossed in parlaying all of the football action. I’d say he’ll surface when ST approaches if not sooner.

    #207565
    Euro Dandy
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    I am thankful this day is almost over, haha, had to spend most of it driving. Fed and relaxed now, though. Hope you all have much to be thankful for.

    #207567
    Ratsbuddy
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    I had my Hungry Man’s Turkey dinner. Along with some green beans and a piece of Pumpkin Pie and Cool Whip. Me and Whitey Herdog ate together while we watched the Bills and Lions from Detroit.

    r/Esteemed Rat

    p.s. what time does Judge’s flight land in St. Louis on Saturday?

    #207573
    blingboy
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    I thought I would run up to Home Depot and a get a couple things to work on a home project this weekend. There was a traffic jam to get in the parking lot and it looked like only a few spots left way out by the road. I came to my senses and went back home. But I guess I’m happy that people can do normal holiday stuff again.

    #207579
    Cardinal in France
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    I forgot yesterday was Thanksgiving, easy to do here 500 yards from the edge of the world in deepest rural France. But We’re making a pumpkin pie today to make up for it. And I am indeed grateful for you folks’ comments throughout the year which give me beaucoup pleasure.

    #207706
    bicyclemike
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    Late to the party here, but was not for dinner. We had our family get-together on Thanksgiving, and then I went to my hometown in Wyoming and had a second round on Friday with my sisters and brothers-in-law. Still having leftover Thanksgiving goodies.

    All the best to everyone here at TCN, and your families, this entire Holiday season. When our biggest complaint is why our manager used a particular pitcher, or did not pinch-hit, or some other perceived blunder, we are truly blessed and have a lot to be thankful for.

    Oh, the Rockies did a “Black Friday” type sale on early season midweek games next year. The Cardinals are out here in April, so I already grabbed tickets for the daytime contest. It’s a risk as it could be sunny and 75 degrees, or the game could be snowed out. But I am already looking forward to 2023! Plus I plan on having a lot more free time – gonna retire, or at least work only part time – like say 2-3 months here or there.

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