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Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule and Sort of Comments Holiday

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Dear patient readers, Hopefully most of you will be able to get some R&R over the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday and we would like to join you. We will be posting on our “weekend” schedule, meaning Links and two posts from Thursday through next Monday. Lambert might be nice and give a Water Cooler Friday. Our comments DJ Jules will also be taking off from Thursday through Monday. That does NOT mean we are shutting off comments, although we did manage to miss our end of summer comments holiday this year. But not having Jules on duty means Lambert and I will be managing comments, and neither of us is very active during US daytime hours. So please be patient. We will get to any comments in moderation, but in most cases, it will be more leisurely than usual. And have a happy Turkey Day!

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Dear patient readers,

Hopefully most of you will be able to get some R&R over the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday and we would like to join you. We will be posting on our “weekend” schedule, meaning Links and two posts from Thursday through next Monday. Lambert might be nice and give a Water Cooler Friday.

Our comments DJ Jules will also be taking off from Thursday through Monday. That does NOT mean we are shutting off comments, although we did manage to miss our end of summer comments holiday this year. But not having Jules on duty means Lambert and I will be managing comments, and neither of us is very active during US daytime hours. So please be patient. We will get to any comments in moderation, but in most cases, it will be more leisurely than usual.

And have a happy Turkey Day!

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