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    In town? Out of Town? Turkey? Chicken? Sticking to your diet? Overeating? LOL

    Anybody actually playing on Thanksgiving? I don't think I've ever played that day in my entire career.

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    Staying in town. Got a big show loading in on the 1st. I have been assigned dinner rolls and dish duty for thanksgiving dinner. Will probably sneak in a dessert too. Sticky Toffee Pudding
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    I'm having a couple of Pilgrims and a couple of Indians over. We are going to eat, then run down south a ways. There is a 26 mile marathon going on that only allows Mohegans to run. The last guy becomes the last of them. Hell of a way to decide something like that.

    Might take a trip to the Alamo.. Still trying to figure out how they got something like 185 people in (that includes women) into some thing the size of my garage. No running water, not even walking water. No TP so I guess that it didn't matter if the corn cobs were over or under. Probably had to have them flown in from Iowa.

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    Going to try to remain unincarcerated. Will be easy if the family's all stay home.

    I'm such a turkey.

    I'm kidding.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Bish View Post
    Going to try to remain unincarcerated. Will be easy if the family's all stay home.

    I'm such a turkey.

    I'm kidding.






    ....or am I?

    Make up your mind.
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    Playing an awesome gig the night before with my dad. Gonna be a killer time!
    Then last year I hosted so this year I'm going to my mothers for Thanksgiving.
    And this weekend we have a show with my band which should be awesome also.

    Should be a nice week/end
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickthedrummer View Post
    Make up your mind.
    Kinda harsh....I'm thinking.
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    My wife and I are invited to a good friend's home for dinner, looking forward to it.
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    Going to my brother and sister in law's. Going to try not to eat too much so that I'm not still stuffed the next day, because I have a gig that night and I don't play well under the influence of tryptophan.


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    The entire herd is coming to the mansion on the hill. 22lb turkey is doing the refrigerator/water rotation.

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    Man, you play with your dad? How cool!
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