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    11/26/2011

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    Davina Stuart

    I'm with you all the way. I refuse to participate in the black Friday madness. It is insane and usually not worth the hassle. I can generally find deals nearly as good (or sometimes even better!) by paying attention and keeping my eyes open year long for the things I really actually need, not things I want just because it's a $2 waffle iron (that will likely last only a year and need to be replaced anyway...)
    We prefer to have a great meal, then spend the rest of the day and weekend having movie marathons and playing games with our family and friends. Soon, if the trend continues, they'll have us skipping the meal and lining up at the stores Wednesday night if we don't put an end to this nonsense.

    Retro jordan

    I enjoyed your blogpost and the great recipes too.
    Clearly many of us are like-minded in our Madness at retailers squeezing the Thanksgiving out of us.

    Deb Wheaton Not Even A Crumb

    Thanks Heather,
    I enjoyed your blogpost and the great recipes too.
    Clearly many of us are like-minded in our Madness at retailers squeezing the Thanksgiving out of us. And after digesting a great Thanksgiving meal we have the strength to fight back!
    Take care,
    Deb

    Heather Twist

    I started replying to this, but it turned into blog post:

    http://eatingoffthefoodgrid.blogspot.com/2011/11/thanksgiving.html

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