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Thanksgiving Day Blues

I really understood how much I loved my relatives when I remained silent when they said something I completely disagreed with politically. My liberal friends might be ashamed of me — but I was happy. Politics can wait sometimes.

I really understood how much I loved my relatives when I remained silent when they said something I completely disagreed with politically. My liberal friends might be ashamed of me -- but I was happy. Politics can wait sometimes.

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