It’s American Thanksgiving

in Entertaining nonsense and profound thought

In contrast to Canadian Thanksgiving which was in October. I have no idea if any other countries celebrate anything like Thanksgiving. I feel bad that I don’t know. I could google it I guess.

I made a bunch of food and ate a little bit of it. It’s far too hot in the house and it ruined my appetite. Then we watched The Imitation Game. It was incredibly sad. Allen Turing deserved better than what he got. I’m assuming the movie was at least a little historically accurate. How can something be a little bit accurate? It can’t can it?

Oh well.

Happy Thanksgiving. Or Happy Day. Whatever works for you.

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Jude Lamare November 27, 2015 at 1:27 am

I am grateful for a neighbor like Canada that sets a good example such as taking 25,000 Syrian refugees. The Imitation Game is a very hard lesson about the failings of our Anglo heritage. Glad you were able to cook and have family there. No cooking for me this year – but it is fun to leave all the dirty dishes at the restaurant.


Kate November 27, 2015 at 1:31 am

Luckily, because I cooked I did not have to do any dishes at all! Canada does set a good example, refugees, decent medical care to name a couple!


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