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As The Tryptophan Sedates

Turkey is bitter that’s why there’s cranberry sauce heaps and heaps of it to sweeten the taste and make history palatable   so we’ll be happy as the tryptophan sedates the whole family and we cheer as a pop star … Continue reading

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For Tradition’s Sake

  From Plymouth Rock to Standing Rock, the west has rolled from sea to sea, with cultures in our wake yet we take pride in the meals we make   for traditions sake on the fourth Thursday every November. As … Continue reading

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National Day of Mourning

You don’t have to be a student of history to find the truth behind all the turkey and football games. The truth was buried at Wounded Knee, and is silenced in federal prison cells. The truth is in the pieces … Continue reading

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