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For those who celebrate Turkey Day, have a great holiday with friends and family!!!
I gotta get my pies done before the bird goes in the oven - first snow of the year on the ground last night. Happy Happy.
 

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Happy Thanksgiving from me as well! And Happy Retro Belated T Day to all the Canadians on the Forum as well! My apologies for missing it!

To All!

My giving of thanks (which I do every day in saying my "Gratitudes") extends to the homeless this year. I bought 25 fleece throws on sale for a measly $1.99 each at Kmart and will carry them in my car to hand out this Winter to any homeless person I see that looks cold.

Join me in this if it seems like something you'd like to do as well......


http://www.kmart.com/grid/p-070VA86029112P?sid=KAx20061023x272xTier3&aff=Y&PID=5392977&AID=11042397

They're on sale through tomorrow only.


Cheers Everybody!

Glen/FangShui/WikiFang
 

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Happy Thanksgiving to the R3-Forums Mods & Proprieters, and to my fellow R3-Forum's Members & R3 Owners brothers & sisters! Embrace the food coma, take a nap, and then go for a ride! The weather is nice here in NY. **** skippy I am going for a ride.
 

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Happy Thanksgiving to all, on this and every day!

It's easy to gripe about the small headaches of everyday life, but when you step back and realize how lucky we truly are - to have the health, freedom, and resources to ride our fancy bikes and to be spared the horrors the rest of the world faces - we truly are blessed.

Carpe diem.
 

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Happy Thanksgiving to all, on this and every day!

It's easy to gripe about the small headaches of everyday life, but when you step back and realize how lucky we truly are - to have the health, freedom, and resources to ride our fancy bikes and to be spared the horrors the rest of the world faces - we truly are blessed.

Carpe diem.
Carpe Diem, indeed!

Our "First World Problems" seem very inconsequential in comparison to what much of the world has to face every day....
 
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