Monthly Archives: November 2010

To The Woman Yesterday at the Rest Stop Outside Sterling: I Hope You Know that Everyone Hates You

Well, Thanksgiving week is over so it’s time to go back to bitching about people. I want the woman who was at the rest stop outside Sterling, Colorado yesterday evening to know that she is an evil person and everyone … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Week Part 7: That Time Peppermint Patty Invited Herself Over

Since this is the last post in my Thanksgiving week extravaganza, I thought I’d talk about my favorite Thanksgiving memory. Of course, I’m talking about that time that Peppermint Patty invited herself to Thanksgiving dinner over at my place and … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Week Part 6: the Increasing Desirability of the Kids Table

Thanksgiving week continues here on the blog. This time with the phenomenon of the kids table (discussed briefly in an earlier post this week). I’m posting a little early today since we’re going to be out and about all day … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Week Part 5: Snatching TVs Drunk on Black Friday

Normally, I do not go to black Friday sales. The drunken episode at Target at 4am today was an exception. Normally, I do not like waiting in lines just to get into a store I can just walk into normally. … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Week Part 4: Candied Yams Are Not Edible

As Thanksgiving week continues on my blog, I would like to take this chance to address a popular misconception. Contrary to what is commonly thought, candied yams are actually not edible. This product was originally developed as a centerpiece for … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Week Part 3: That Stupid Drive Across Nebraska

Well, I’m still continuing Thanksgiving week here on my blog, but the only Thanksgiving memory that is occuring to my very tired brain right now is the desolate 8 hour drive across Nebraska my girlfriend and I just finished to … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Week Part 2: Preheating Complications

Well, for at least another day we’ll keep going with the Thanksgiving memory theme I started yesterday.  Today we will focus on complications that can arise when preheating ovens.  Is preheating necessary for Thanksgiving cooking?  Probably.  It helps to avoid … Continue reading

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