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bukhrn wrote:

Maybe a mortician. [emoticon]


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Their business is, sadly, booming.


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Will stay home home instead of traveling to my sister's house for Thanksgiving . BIL health is not that good and don't want to take a chance. Hopefully a vaccine will be out before long.

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We all belong to different groups. I know science, and I like it. I wish I knew more.


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PawPaw_n_Gram wrote:

My wife's son says he is limited to 6 guests for Thanksgiving.

But 25 can attend a funeral.

So his is having a funeral on Nov 26 for his turkey at his home.


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My condolences to the departed. May he taste great on the 26th and in the days to come.

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wa8yxm wrote:

bukhrn wrote:

Maybe a mortician. [emoticon]


And the prize goes to Bukhrn for the correct answer.
(The prize is pride in having gotten the right answer)

Their business is, sadly, booming.
Thanks, but it's one of the few times in my life that I wish I wasn't right. [emoticon]


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This isn't a thread about COVID and related deaths. It's about the weird repercussions of the situation. Please keep it that way.


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Perhaps the turkeys will hold their own Thanksgiving; thankful that fewer of their numbers will be eaten this year. [emoticon]


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mr. ed wrote:

Perhaps the turkeys will hold their own Thanksgiving; thankful that fewer of their numbers will be eaten this year. [emoticon]


LOL! [emoticon]

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Crowe wrote:

This isn't a thread about COVID and related deaths. It's about the weird repercussions of the situation. Please keep it that way.


Correct! If you want to discuss deaths/medications/treatments etc. then post them in the Covid thread at the top of this forum. Thanks.

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