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Restaurants that are open on Thanksgiving Day 2008

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    enzo
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    My great grandparents farmed land in Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska….My grandfather refused to wear shorts, becuase in his opinion real men did not show their legs. When he went to vacation in Hawaii he wore jeans and cowboy boots on the beach— :D

    #242978

    enzo
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    #242979

    hungrywoolf
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    http://www.chinadynasty-cmh.com/

    China dynasty are open — with a 50 item chinese buffet and roast turkey. Worth clicking on the link just to hear their theme tune.

    #242980

    enzo
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    Cookie wrote

    enzo wrote If the bulk of your ancestors are hill billy’s you can say hill billy as much as you want.

    You can, but you still run the risk of giving people an unfavorable impression of you.

    What other people think of me is none of my concern. I would always prefer to be a resentment than to harbor one.

    This is the link to othe dining suggestions https://columbusunderground.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=10578&highlight=thanksgiving&sid=fd97b0432a72b991738b6feea6c2abf8

    #242981

    somertimeoh
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    Your familial anecdotes don’t change that what you think of as hill billyish is really just a southern-themed restaurant which would lead one to believe that you equate the south with the negative connotation that comes with that term. I would think someone so in tune would have thought through that before posting. Not caring what other people think about you is not an excuse for being so irresponsible with your words. I think any spiritual leader would agree.

    #242982

    Cookie
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    enzo wrote What other people think of me is none of my concern.

    If that were the case, you wouldn’t be insisting that you’re entitled to use the word hillbilly.

    I would always prefer to be a resentment than to harbor one.

    I’ve got good news and bad news.

    #242983

    blammo
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    enzo wrote My great grandparents farmed land in Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska….

    Hmm…not a whole lotta hills out there. :D As opposed to say, West Virginia where my mom’s family is from. I can’t even get away with calling someone that down there, or I’ll get a boot to the head.

    #242984

    lifeliberty
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    anyone can call me a hillbilly, redneck, trailer trash or caucasian and I wouldn’t care less. you gonna tell me there ain’t no hillbillies eating at cracker barrel?

    #242985

    misskitty
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    enzo wrote

    unlike Cracker Barrel, cozy but hill billy’ish.

    Cracker-barrel pancakes with real maple syrup and chicken and dumplings kick ass. I enjoy it there its warm and inviting , the people are always nice ( that is a deal maker right there ) and have cool things to check out before you eat.

    #242986

    lifeliberty
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    misskitty wrote

    enzo wrote

    unlike Cracker Barrel, cozy but hill billy’ish.

    Cracker-barrel pancakes with real maple syrup and chicken and dumplings kick ass. I enjoy it there its warm and inviting , the people are always nice ( that is a deal maker right there ) and have cool things to check out before you eat.

    the foods ok, I’d rather go to bob Evans. I only eat at CB MAYBE (a big maybe) if we perchance stop on the way while driving to South Carolina. And we do always seem to stop at the one in W. Virginia.

    #242987

    turnedNOTburned
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    Just noticed Champs is open on Turkey day…. so, you can still get unreasonable portions in the theme of the holiday….

    #242988

    Cyclist
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    enzo wrote …My grandfather refused to wear shorts, becuase in his opinion real men did not show their legs. When he went to vacation in Hawaii he wore jeans and cowboy boots on the beach— :D

    What a hipster! :lol:

    I refused to wear shorts until this summer. I probably picked it up from staying in Mexico.

    On Topic: Summit Station in Patakala has a famous Thanksgiving Buffet if you out east.

    #242989

    enzo
    Participant

    There are hills in that part of the country. Not MOUNTAINS. Hills. Have you been to the Ozark region? Tons.

    Actually, how cool would it be to have this:

    Thanksgiving Potluck at some park with a cabin and fire pit and you come dressed as either a Turkey, Pilgrim or Indian!!! I think that would be super.

    Also, for me hill billy does not have a negative connotation at all…..just a descriptor like hipster……if you are offended, you should probably relax.

    #242990

    joev
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    enzo wrote

    Thanksgiving Potluck at some park with a cabin and fire pit and you come dressed as either a Turkey, Pilgrim or Indian!!! I think that would be super.

    I’ll bring the smallpox!

    #242991
    Coremodels
    Coremodels
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    enzo wrote Thanksgiving Potluck at some park with a cabin and fire pit and you come dressed as either a Turkey, Pilgrim or Indian!!! I think that would be super.

    no.

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