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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Thanksgiving’

Le’Veon Bell’s Hard Hit Raises NFL Rule Questions

A scary play during the Baltimore- Steelers game this Thanksgiving has put the no-helmet rule under fiery discussion. The Steelers were being dominated throughout the entire game against the Ravens, but fought for a chance to come back towards the end. After a few false starts, it seemed as if the Steelers were finally making some headway as Steelers rookie …

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Kohl’s Shooting Leads to Charges of Two Black Friday Shoplifters

Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks and be grateful for what you do have, but for others, it’s a time to remember ALL the things they don’t have and partake in a little retail theft. Two men have been charged in a Black Friday incident that took place at a Kohl’s store location in Romeoville, Ill. At 10 p.m. …

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Pizza Hut Manager Fired For Not Opening on Holiday

A former employee of Pizza Hut has come forward with information regarding his dismissal. Tony Rohr, from South Bend, Indiana, was fired for his refusal to open the restaurant on Thanksgiving Day. Two weeks ago, Rohr discovered that Franchise Management Investors, the franchise owner, insisted on opening the restaurant on Thanksgiving to remain competitive, despite the fact that it has …

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Thanksgiving Day Parade 2013: Big Balloons May Be Grounded

This year’s 87th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade may not feature its biggest attraction due to inclement weather. A mix of sleet, rain, snow and strong winds could prevent some of  this years balloons from appearing in the parade 16 inflatable parade characters such as Spiderman, Snoopy, Spongebob Squarepants, and Kermit the frog could lose their flying privileges due to New York …

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Gary Oldman Takes On Thanksgiving, Calls Americans “Honey Boo Boos”

With Thanksgiving coming up this week–and many of us already stuffing pumpkin-flavored things into our gobs–it’s interesting to see the British side of things. Many of us remember to stop and be thankful for what we have, but do we ever stop and think about our friends across the pond? No, and Gary Oldman has something to say about it. …

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Pizza Hut Manager Fired For Refusing To Open On Thanksgiving

Walmart and several other big-name stores have made quite a disturbance this year with people who disagree with merchants remaining open on Thanksgiving day, and now Pizza Hut is getting in on the action. A former manager at the pizza chain says he was fired for refusing to make his employees work on the holiday, a decision the franchise’s director …

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Thanksgiving Snow: Will It Stop You From Traveling?

Thanksgiving is a busy day for holiday travelers as everyone scrambles to get to their loved ones’ homes and visit family and friends. The day after Thanksgiving can be just as bad, with everyone traveling to their favorite shopping malls and stores to get the best deals on Black Friday. This year, there may be some added stress to your …

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Turkey Pardon: White House Turkey Duel Shocks the Internet

In a move that might have caused more complaints than the ObamaCare website, the White House announced a competition between two turkeys for the title of National Thanksgiving Turkey. This doesn’t sound bad until you remember that the National Thanksgiving Turkey receives a presidential pardon. In other words, it appears that the losing turkey will end up on the president’s …

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Thanksgiving Storm Threatens Travelers

The holidays are in full swing and, like every other year, travelers will be heading all across the United States to visit families. This year, however, a major storm will be a threat to those travelers, both driving and flying. The day before Thanksgiving is always the busiest travel day of the year, and coincidently, it is also the day …

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Turkey Recipes: Going Thanksgivukkah This Year

“The one thing about the Thanksgiving table is if you add another starch to it, nobody notices.” It only happens once every 79,000 years. Thanksgivukkah: when Thanksgiving and the start of Hanukkah fall on the same day. This event has only happened twice between 1863 (when President Lincoln declared Thanksgiving as a U.S. federal holiday) and 2013. In 1888 Thanksgiving …

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Thanksgiving Leftovers Recipes – Where To Find The Best

When you get home from Black Friday shopping, finish your nap and realize you forgot to eat lunch, those Thanksgiving leftovers can start looking pretty good. If you are tired of the same old turkey sandwich leftovers, why not jazz it up a little bit with a new Thanksgiving leftovers recipe. Sure you can search through a cookbook or call …

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Western Winter Storm Boreas Kills 13

(image) Winter storm Boreas has already dumped up to a foot of snow in western and southwestern Oklahoma as it makes its trek across the US. The massive storm has caused mass flooding, car crashes, hundreds of flight cancellations, road closures and leading to at least 13 deaths as it trekked across New Mexico and Texas on Saturday. An improperly …

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