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November 19, 2018

Good morning crew,

blackfridaycalendarTonight is the night. Grocery shopping for Thanksgiving. The wife and I did a practice run yesterday afternoon, just to pick up a few household items like paper towels, dish soap, scotch, and it was torture. The aisles packed, deranged shoppers whipping their carts around like maniacs, harassed staff hiding in the stock rooms nowhere to be found. And the lines. I don't want to think about it.

Tonight we are going for the big stuff. And I don't expect things to be any better. The wife's parents already donated a turkey for the event, which was nice of them, but we still have to pick up everything else, from the oysters for the stuffing to the whipped cream for the pumpkin pie.

I may need a couple stiff drinks for this adventure.

Laugh it up,


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