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Thanksgiving Day Quotes: 5 Funny Thanksgiving Day Quotes to Share




Thanksgiving Day is a day for food, family and football–and 2014 will be no different. However, don’t forget the funny quotes!

To help readers out with the last one, we present 5 Funny Thanksgiving Day Quotes to share with your family while at Thanksgiving dinner. Or afterwards.

Happy Thanksgiving Day!

1 “I’m from Canada, so Thanksgiving to me is just Thursday with more food. And I’m thankful for that.”
Howie Mandel

2 “It took me three weeks to stuff the turkey. I stuffed it through the beak.”
Phyllis Diller

3 “Cooking Tip: Wrap turkey leftovers in aluminum foil and throw them out.”
Nicole Hollander

4 “We’re having something different this year for Thanksgiving. Instead of a turkey, we’re having a swan. You get more stuffing.”
George Carlin

5 “Last Thanksgiving I shot my own turkey. It was fun. That shotgun going,Blam! Everybody at the supermarket just staring. Why track them when I know where they are?”
–Kenny Rogerson

For more Thanksgiving Day 2014 Quotes: Thanksgiving Day 2014 Quotes: 15 Thanksgiving Quotes to Eat Turkey By

Thanksgiving Day 2014 Quotes: 10 MORE Thanksgiving Quotes to Eat Turkey By

by Jeremiah Jameson
–with Mondo Frazier

Memorial Day: The Many Reasons We Celebrate Memorial Day

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by RidesAPaleHorse
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He is Risen!

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Happy Easter!

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source: John 11:25

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Today in History: December 30, 2007


In 1922, Vladimir I. Lenin proclaimed the establishment of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.


In 1813, Danzig surrenders to allied armies.

In 1813, the British burned Buffalo, N.Y., during the War of 1812.

In 1935, Italian bombers destroy Swedish Red Cross unit in Ethiopia.

In 1941, Nazis require Dutch physicians to join Nazi organization

In 1972, the United States halted its heavy bombing of North Vietnam.


In 1994, a gunman walked into a pair of suburban Boston abortion clinics and opened fire, killing two employees and wounding five other people (John C. Salvi III was later convicted of murder; he committed suicide in prison).

In 1997, a massacre in Algeria’s insurgency began in four mountain villages as armed men killed 412 people in an attack that lasted from dusk until dawn.


In 1703, Tokyo hit by Earthquake; about 37,000 die.

In 1836, Lehman-theater in St Petersburg catches fire; 100s die.

In 1903, about 600 people died when fire broke out at the recently opened Iroquois Theater in Chicago.


In 1731, 1st US music concert (Peter Pelham’s great room in Boston).

In 1809, wearing masks at balls forbidden in Boston.

In 1877, Johnannes Brahms’ 2nd Symphony in D, premieres in Vienna.

In 1879, Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Pirates of Penzance” premieres.

In 1940, California’s first freeway, the Arroyo Seco Parkway connecting Los Angeles and Pasadena, was officially opened.

In 1948, the Cole Porter musical “Kiss Me, Kate” opened on Broadway.

In 1980, “Wonderful World of Disney” last performance on NBC-TV.


In 1869, Philadelphia Knights of Labor forms.

In 1936, the United Auto Workers union staged its first “sit-down” strike, at the Fisher Body Plant No. 1 in Flint, Mich.


In 1853, the United States bought some 45,000 square miles of land from Mexico in a deal known as the Gadsden Purchase for $10 million; Area is now southern Arizona & New Mexico.

In 1906, Iran becomes a constitutional monarchy.

In 1911, Sun Yat-sen elected 1st President of Republic of China.

In 1965, Ferdinand Marcos inaugurated as President of the Phillipines.

In 1985, President Zia of Pakistan ends martial law.

In 1987, Premier Mugabe elected President of Zimbabwe.

In 1993, Vatican recognizes Israel.


In 1892, Dr Miles V Lynk, physician, publishes 1st Black medical journal.

In 1952, Tuskegee Institute reports 1952 as 1st year in 71 with no lynchings in US.

In 1989, 10th United Negro College Fund raises $12,000,000.

In 1990, 11th United Negro College Fund raises $10,000,000.


In 1973, 1st picture of a comet from space (Comet Kohoutek-Skylab).


In 1817, 1st coffee planted in Hawaii (Kona).


In 1978, Ohio State dismisses Woody Hayes as its football coach.


In 1984, Miss Elizabeth (Hulette) & Macho Man Randy Savage (Poffo) wed.


0039 Titus 10th Roman emperor (79-81), conqueror of Jerusalem
1865 Rudyard Kipling Bombay, author (Jungle Book, Gunga Din-Nobel 1907)
1867 Simon Guggenheim philanthropist (died aboard the Titanic)
1869 Stephen Leacock Canada, economist/humorist/professor
1880 Alfred Einstein German/US musicologist/nephew of Albert Einstein
1883 Lester Patrick NHL pioneer
1914 Bert Parks [Jacobson] Atlanta GA, TV host (Miss America)
1928 Bo Diddley [Ellas Bates] Mississippi, rock ‘n’ roll pioneer (Bo Diddley)
1928 Jack Lord New York NY, actor (Steve McGarrett-Hawaii 5-0, God’s Little Acre)
1932 John Hillerman Denison TX, actor (Magnum PI, Blazing Saddles, Audrey Rose)
1935 Jack Riley Cleveland OH, actor (Carlin-Bob Newhart, Ocassional Wife)
1935 Sandy Koufax Dodger pitcher (Cy Young ’63, ’65, ’66, perfect-1967)
1939 Del Shannon [Charles Westover] Coopersville MI, rocker (Runaway)
1940 James Burrows TV producer/director (Mary Tyler Moore Show, Cheers)
1942 Michael Nesmith Houston, rocker/actor (Monkees-Last Train to Clarksville)
1945 [David] Davy Jones Manchester England, singer/actor (Monkees-Last Train to Clarksville)
1947 Jeff Lynne rocker (ELO-Telephone Line, Travelling Wilburys)
1957 Matt Lauer New York NY, TV host (Today Show)
1959 Tracey Ullman Slough England, comediennesinger/actress (Tracey Ullman Show)
1972 Kerry Collins NFL quarterback (Carolina Panthers)
1975 Tiger Woods golfer
1983 Rachel & Ross Trudeau twins of Jane Pauley & Gerry Trudeau


1525 Jacob Fugger German banker/merchant, dies at 66
1591 Innocent IX [Giovanni Facchinetti] Pope, (1591 62 days), dies at 72
1931 Tyrone Power Sr actor (Big Trial, Test of Donald Norton), dies at 62
1979 Richard Rodgers composer (Rogers & Hammerstein), dies at 77
1992 Ling-Ling 1st panda China gave US, dies at 23


Italy : New Year’s Eve
Philippiines : Rizal Day (anniversary of his death) (1896)

December 30, the 364th day of the year. There is one day left in 2007.

compiled by Mondoreb
* Today in History
* Today in History


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Dog the Bounty Hunter: Christmas Greetings to DTBH Fans from DBKP

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A little Christmas wish from everybody at DBKP to all the many fans who’ve read our stories, sent us interesting emails or left passionate comments.

In case you’ve noticed the lack of Dog stories the last couple of days (if you don’t include yesterday’s story of DBKP being labeled “White Supremacists” for our comments), don’t fret.

As someone in the Dog’s camp commented earlier this week, “Let everyone concentrate on the holidays. Let the Chapmans concentrate on the holidays, too.”


Unless a comet strikes the Da Kine Bail Bonds building during the next 10 days, we’re gonna honor that wish.

We wish the Chapmans, their many fans and all the good folks who’ve followed their exploits here a very “Merry Christmas!”

We also wish everyone “Peace” throughout the upcoming year.

by Mondoreb
[graphic: RidesAPaleHorse]

* DBKP Snags Nifty “White Supremacist” Award

Angry Liberal Disses Dog, Roy Innis, Sean Hannity
PPP’s Snoop Responds!
* More Fake White Liberal Outrage: The Rehabilitation of Duane “Dog” Chapman

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Today in History: December 17, 2007

In 1903, Wilbur and Orville Wright of Dayton, Ohio, conducted the first successful manned powered-airplane flights, near Kitty Hawk, N.C., using their experimental craft, the Wright Flyer.


1798 1st impeachment trial against a US senator (William Blount, Tennessee) begins.

1986 US Congress forms “Irangate” committee.


1572 Spanish army begins fires in Haarlem Netherlands.

1718 England declares war on Spain.

1745 Bonnie Prince Charles army retreats to Scotland.

1777 France recognizes independence of English colonies in America.

1777 George Washington’s army returns to Valley Forge PA.

1862 General US Grant issues order #11, expelling Jews from Tennessee.

1864 Battle of Franklin TN.

1914 Austrian troops beat Russians in Limanova Poland.

1939 German pocket battleship Graf Spee scuttled by its crew off Uruguay.

1941 German troops led by Rommel begin retreating in North Africa.

1941 Dutch & Australian troops lands on Portuguese-Timor.

1942 Allies in London sentence German war criminals.

1961 India seizes Goa & 2 other Portuguese colonies.

1971 Cease-fire between India & Pakistan in Kashmir.


1961 Disgruntled employee set fire to a Niteroi Circus of Rio de Janeiro circus tent in Niteroi Brazil; 323 die.

1973 Arab terrorists shoot passengers on Boeing 737 to Kuwait.

In 1975, Lynette Fromme was sentenced in Sacramento, Calif., to life in prison for her attempt on the life of President Ford.

In 1981, members of the Red Brigades kidnapped Brig. Gen. James L. Dozier, the highest-ranking U.S. Army official in southern Europe, from his home in Verona, Italy. (Dozier was rescued 42 days later.)

1983 Bomb attack on Harrod’s war house in London, 5 killed, 94 injured.

1993 Bangladesh moslems call for murder of feminist Taslima Nasrin.


1927 US sub ‘S-4’ sinks after collision kills all 34 aboard.

1944 US destroyers sink in storm off Philippines, 790 killed.

1983 Disco in Madrid catches fire; 83 die.


In 1970, soldiers fired at workers emerging from trains in Gdynia, Poland, beginning the government’s brutal crackdown on mass anti-communist protests across the country.


1969 50 million TV viewers see singer Tiny Tim marry Miss Vicky, on Tonight Show.

1969 USAF closes Project Blue Book, concluding no evidence of extraterrestrial spaceships behind thousands of UFO sightings.

1976 Superstation WTBS in Atlanta went national.


1986 Mrs Davina Thompson makes medical history by having the 1st heart, lung & liver transplant (Papworth Hospital in Cambridge, England).


Venezuela : Bolivar Day (1830)

World : Underdog Day – – – – – ( Friday )

Christian : Fiesta of the Virgin of the Lonely

compiled by Mondoreb

Sources: IndyStar: Today in History
Anyday in History


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Send a Soldier An Email Today

Don’t Forget Them!

From a recent Email:


So, as you already know, we are a country at war. There are thousands of men and women who are over there putting themselves in life threatening situations every single day. And it’s all for you!

They do these things out of shear pride and love for their country! They don’t ever ask for anything in return, and that is exactly what many of them recieve.


Not even a single letter! There are four thousand Men and Women listed on who get nothing during mail call.! I don’t know about all of you, but that doesn’t seem right to me.

We go about our lives free and able to do what we please. We can worship whatever God we choose to believe in, we can to college, we can feel safe in our homes every night, we can even burn our countries flag and NOT be punished for it. That is how much freedom we have as Americans.

It is because of our service men who risk their lives that we live in such a wonderful place. Four thousand (think of how many people that really is) of those service men and women feel alone and forgotten. Is that fair?

You won’t ever hear a complaint though, they are silent heros.

If you would like to help make a change, please do. It’s very easy to write a simple letter about yourself, your life, your job and send it to someone who is risking their life for you.

The website:, is very self-explanitory.

If you have any questions you can contact the woman who brought this to my attension: Cathey Meskel. Her E-mail address is:

Please pass this on. Even if you don’t wish to participate, someone else on your E-mail list may want to and could change a life forever!

Jaime Simpson

[From an email received by RidesAPaleHorse.]

NOTE: 2 or 3 minutes to email a soldier; that’s all it would take. Why not do it now? Instead of telling only the guys at the bar that great fishing story, why not share it with a sailor serving their country?

Somewhere overseas, there’s an Army grunt that would love to hear about how you talked your way out of that speeding ticket.

We checked out and it’s a great place. Click on the banner below and it will take you over and get you started. Do it today: it will only take a few minutes. Tell a Marine about how the Steelers beat up on the Bengals Sunday night.

It’s the least you can do.

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