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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

Posted on Thursday, November 22 @ 21:18:25 PST by Duke_Ferris
The feast will be beginning shortly here at the Ferris household, but i wanted to stop in and wish everyone a happy one. Even you non-Americans.

What a great holiday season this year. Between Bioshock, Zack & Wiki, Super Mario Galaxy, Assassin's Creed, Call of Duty 4, Halo 3, and Orange Box, there are just too many good titles to choose from.

And with our Rock Band review coming soon, that might make the list as well. (It may be a bit pricey, but  that's why you ask for presents.)

I know that the U.S. is not a very popular country right now in most of the rest of the world, but we're not all bad even if we do stupid things sometimes. And Thanksgiving is our most noble holiday.

It's not just about family and turkey, it's about opening up your table and your home to friends both old and new. Lot's of people here at the Ferris table today are meeting each other for the first time to eat, drink and be merry.

Tomorrow, we can get back to the problems of the world, and work off that fat belly playing DDR.


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