Showing posts with label Thanksgiving. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Thanksgiving. Show all posts

Monday, December 7, 2020

The Dragoncast Podcast Episode 47 - The One About the Future of Theaters & Holidays Memories

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Hey there. This year has been one wacky year... This Covid virus has put a huge damper on 2020. It has made us change the way we do things and interact with each other. Especially when it comes to the holidays and dealing with large crowds. In episode 47 of The Dragoncast, Brian and I touch base on those changes, how it may affect the movie business, and how it may affect interactions with family.

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

The Dragoncast Podcast Thanksgiving Special

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Hey there. The latest Dragoncast episode is out! Brian and I discuss how Covid-19 has changed how we are all dealing with the Thanksgiving Holiday and Black Friday shopping. We also touch base on some of the games nominated for awards at The Video Game Awards, hosted by Geoff Keighley. While discussing, Brian and I decided to have our own video game awards, thus, the Dragon Awards were born. All this, and more, in this week's episode of the Dragoncast!

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Modcloth's Tis the Season Sale

Hey there.  While everyone is out and about trying to score on doorbuster deals, many forget that there are many great online deals going on as well!  No lines, no waiting, no hassles.  Just awesome savings!!!  Don't miss out on ModCloth 'Tis The Season Sale today through 11/25 with huge savings! The ModCloth 'Tis The Season Sale is an amazing sale including 100s of brand new stunning styles at 50% off and if you order $50 or more, you get free shipping!  Now is the time to stock up on great styles for the holidays and beyond and avoid those lines!  Hurry friends!  Like all sales, this one isn't going to last forever!  You need to make sure that you jump on this before all the great styles are sold out!  Later!

Monday, November 21, 2011

Already Planning my Turkey Leftovers Dishes

Guest post written by Aliza Simpson

I like to think ahead, especially when it comes to what I'm going to eat. It's something that's really important to me. I mean, you need to eat, but you also should enjoy something that you have to do anyway. So when it comes to big occasions, I like to put a whole lot of thought into what I'm going to cook and also eat.

I'm hosting a friends get together for Thanksgiving and I've already thought of all the leftovers and the meals that I'm going to eat from them. I was online looking up some ideas for that a few days ago when I ran across the site and after I looked through it a little bit I decided to change over my apartment's internet service to one of the packages on there.

I'm probably going to have a whole bunch of turkey leftovers after my friends come over and everything, and I'm going to make all kinds of yummy turkey wraps and paninis with the leftover stuff. Just hopefully my friends wonÕt want to take too many leftovers home!