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November 21, 2012



And a Happy Thanksgiving to you as well Joe. Thanks for hosting this website and giving people a place to share their concerns.

"We can always find something to be thankful for, no matter what may be the burden of our wants, or the special subject of our petitions."
- Albert Barnes


This certainly puts a different spin on Thanksgiving:

http://www.smdailyjournal.com/article_preview.php?id=1758715&title=Man arrested for Thanksgiving Day nail gun assault

It does beg the question of whether there are any code restrictions on construction on major holidays.


Overall it looks like it was a pretty quiet Thanksgiving. The Wednesday night (Thanksgiving Eve) is usually pretty active for BPD, but the log only shows a large crowd at a B'way bar and one loud house party:


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