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Happy Thanksgiving!


Thanksgiving traditionsHappy Thanksgiving

  • Turkey dinner!
  • Americas Thanksgiving Day Parade
  • Football! First game our Detroit Lions host the New England Patriots with the half time show featuring Kid Rock! Of course the Dallas Cowboys always host the second game on Thanksgiving taking on the New Orleans Saints. The night game this year will be the N.Y. Jets hosting the Cincinnati Bengals.



God bless our troops who are over seas for the holiday and cannot be home with their families.


Happy Thanksgiving! .......... and Goooo LIONS!




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Comment balloon 6 commentsMike Mitchell • November 24 2010 09:20AM
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