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Eightballjacket
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Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?

To me you shouldn’t conflate the two. A prison release celebration should be a standalone event, not made part of Thanksgiving dinner regardless of the timing. I’m happy my cousin is free for the holidays but Thanksgiving dessert should be pumpkin pie. Not a cake celebrating getting out of prison.


DCtiger1
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
Jesus Trashy Christ


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TheFonz
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Solo Cam
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
If you break the law you should be behind bars until your debt to society is repaid. You sacrifice your rights when you break the agreements we have as a society.

We should be tougher on criminals imo.


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SelaTiger
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
Man that sucks. Watch your possessions. And your booty too.


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CoolKat
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
Are we cousins?


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0x15E
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
How about not celebrating the release of a criminal?


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shutterspeed
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
You should feel happy that your cousin finally escaped the school-to-prison pipeline.


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Sgt Tuffnuts
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Member since Jul 2022
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
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To me you shouldn’t conflate the two. A prison release celebration should be a standalone event, not made part of Thanksgiving dinner regardless of the timing. I’m happy my cousin is free for the holidays but Thanksgiving dessert should be pumpkin pie. Not a cake celebrating getting out of prison.


Very tough call! One could make a strong argument one way or the other. Good luck.


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DCtiger1
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
Why are they celebrating? Was he wrongly convicted? What was the crime?


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CarrolltonTiger
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
Depends on the family.


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BobABooey
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
My advice: pack a pistol to dinner and start thinking of something funny to say after you put him down. Maybe some joke about stuffing, or the Creed halftime show, or bringing a shank to a gunfight.


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Hoodie
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
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Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?


Absolutely, it should. And you should report play-by-play of the festivities on our annual, trashy Thanksgiving happenings thread.


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Auburn80
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Member since Nov 2017
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
I want pecan pie, not pumpkin.


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cypresstiger
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dupergreenie
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
Only if they bring some toilet wine


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Sao
SMU Fan
East Texas Piney Woods
Member since Jun 2009
59897 posts

re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
I don't know, maybe there is room for both. The jailbird has to sit at the kid table, though. Has to work his way up to the adult table by staying out of trouble.


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Slagathor
Makin' jokes about your teeny tiny
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
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A prison release celebration should be a standalone event, not made part of Thanksgiving dinner regardless of the timing.


it's not like they're doing it at the same time as a kid's birthday party, FFS.

bring the pie and everyone can have both. it's adding to the celebration, not taking away from it.



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Alabama Fan
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
What did he do time for?


Pelican fan99
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re: Should someone’s prison release yesterday be celebrated at Thanksgiving?
Depends on what he got locked up for. Some weed then sure celebrate it at thanksgiving but if he diddled a kid nah I don’t think he deserves a cake


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