On a completely unrelated note...

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by gumshoe4, Nov 22, 2012.

  1. gumshoe4

    gumshoe4 Been here awhile

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    ...For those of you in the States, I wish you a very happy Thanksgiving. I'm thankful for my wife and family, for my ability to ride my bike and be part of this forum and for all of you. I pray for a day of peace and relaxation and, perhaps, a bit of introspection for all and for a day free of mayhem for our troops today. We have a lot to be thankful for.
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  2. fullmetalscooter

    fullmetalscooter Let me take this duck off

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    Note if your eating turkey as a tradition meal, the real first thanksgiving they served eels as a main course instead . Then again today people would think your a turkey if you do that. :eek1
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    gumshoe4 Been here awhile

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    I eat unagi, but I think that would probably not be consistent with the first Thanksgiving, either...:D
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    That can't be right, Wikipedia doesn't say anything about eel......
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  5. fullmetalscooter

    fullmetalscooter Let me take this duck off

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    LOL yep that was was common meal that Native Americans had. I was reading a news story 2 days before thanks giving that said that. Thanksgiving is sometihng that has come along In 1863. . Eel , deer , and other native food stuffs. Duck and geese . http://www.history.com/topics/thanksgiving http://wilstar.com/holidays/thankstr.htm
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