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Ming

Businesses should absolutely be closed on Thanksgiving day. Only those people who have jobs that are needed should have to work, and by choosing those professions they knew they were signing onto a 24/7, 365 day a week job.

Thanksgiving is the ONLY holiday in America that regardless of race, religion, background, sexual orientation, etc... that can be celebrated by all of us... one common holiday in which we can celebrate the family and friends and give thanks to God (or whatever higher power you may believe in).

Consumerism should not direct whether this one day a year set aside to give thanks should be set aside for 'sales'... just Say No to Shopping on Thanksgiving!

Susan Duke

I ALWAYS work on Thanksgiving, instead of single handedly preparing two turkeys, a ham, two types of stuffing and 20 pies I would relish the thought of going to the office!

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