Streetwise Professor

November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving

Filed under: Uncategorized — The Professor @ 11:29 am

Happy Thanksgiving to all SWP readers. I am thankful for many things, but one of them is all of you who visit and read regularly. I am also thankful for those of you who take the time to comment (the comment section being unusually active recently). Even those who go by one initial 😛

I hope everyone has an enjoyable and restful holiday.


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  1. Happy Thanksgiving to you, too, SWP. Thanks to YOU for contributing so much for the rest of us.

    Comment by Howard Roark — November 24, 2011 @ 12:17 pm

  2. And to you, Prof.

    Comment by markets.aurelius — November 24, 2011 @ 4:59 pm

  3. And to you, SWP.

    Comment by Mr. X — November 24, 2011 @ 7:10 pm

  4. ditto – and thanks for putting up with the bad grammar.

    Comment by Sotos — November 25, 2011 @ 10:32 am

  5. Thank YOU Professor! Forgiving us one more thing to still be thankful for – our very very smart and creative people and free speech. Here’s to the Mayflower Compact and Squanto who once again taught us that God – like he did with Joseph – can turn even our worst behaviors (slavery) into something good (helping a small group of cold, lonely people a long long way from home) through forgiveness and love that reaches far far beyond the moment. Happy Thanksgiving to you and all of yours!

    Comment by SamuelCyrus — November 27, 2011 @ 8:06 am

  6. @SamuelCyrus–thanks so much for that most kind, thoughtful, and inspiring comment. FYI, I am a Mayflower descendent–my Mayflower ancestors were Edward Fuller and his son Samuel, and Edward’s wife/Samuel’s mother (name not known). Edward and his wife died in the first winter. Sarah Morton, daughter of George Morton, and subject of the kids’ book “Sarah Morton’s Day” was the 2d wife of another ancestor, George Bonham. So the Mayflower Compact has special meaning for me. Thanks for bringing it up, and linking it to SWP.

    The ProfessorComment by The Professor — November 27, 2011 @ 4:51 pm

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