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In the latest episode of Melissa Harris-Perry Show, the MSNBC host read an open letter to the turkey named Cobbler pardoned by President Barack Obama just before Thanksgiving in the ‘Open-letter’ segment of her show.
The video may be from 2008, but the humor and hilarity it carries hasn’t faded yet. Fresh off a defeat in the 2008 presidential elections, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin headed to a turkey farm in her hometown of Wasilla, Alaska to pardon a local bird on Thanksgiving, a common practice among governors. She delivered her prepared remarks over frequent interruptions from chuckling birds.
So after the famous Paul, the fortune telling octopus of soccer, on this Thanksgiving, we have Jimmy the Turkey to make predictions about NFL games.
Fox Business kicked off Thanksgiving with a bad joke about food stamps. Discussing Newark, New Jersey Mayor Cory Booker’s challenge to live on food stamps for one week,
As the perfect storm of saving looms, retails giants like Walmart, Target and Best Buy have leaked their holiday shopping deals ahead of the official start of Black Friday. Have a look at some of the best deals you’ll find in stores and online for electronic gadgets.
It is that time of the year again. Holidays all around us. A time of cookies, presents, dinners…basically the time of the year when you give your loved ones tokens of your love. This obviously requires you to go out and shop for them. And that apparently is the part which most men detest! That is what people actually hate about holidays and black Friday! The shopping! Gentlemen’s Rant says how we all really feel. Shopping stinks!
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John Piper, Macy’s Parade Studio Vice President talks to the AP reporters about the preparations for the 85th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade preparations. He calls it the “inflation celebration” where all the balloons are inflated using helium.
This year’s parade will introduce some new balloons, as well as old favorites: video game character Sonic the Hedgehog returns after an 18-year absence, as well as crowd favorites Buzz Lightyear, Clumsy Smurf, SpongeBob SquarePants and Kermit the Frog.