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Lunch Links, Thanksgiving Edition

By now you may have already baked the pumpkin pie, dressed the turkey and bought the required materials for spiking grandma’s egg nog.

Of, if you’re like me, you’re about to gear up for a full 24 hours of run-around-town mania followed by kitchen fires, half-roasted turkeys, desperate cleaning of long-neglected baseboards, awkward conversations about Obamacare and a steady drip of Cabernet Sauvignon.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Here’s some last-minute reading to get you over the shock of seeing people you only see once a year.

Rob Schofield’s Helpful info for your Thanksgiving table debates
Three Yoga Poses to Prevent Body Aches on Long Car Rides
Nine Reasons to stay home on Black Friday
The Atlantic’s If you must talk politics on Thanksgiving, here’s how

Oh, and by the way — it’s time to cue up the Christmas music.

 

 

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