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5 Reasons to Celebrate Thanksgiving with Family and Great Food

Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family and friends, and enjoy a delicious meal. Here are five reasons why Thanksgiving is the perfect time to celebrate with family and great food:

  1. Quality Time: Thanksgiving is a great opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends. Whether you’re gathering around the dinner table or playing a game of football in the backyard, Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reconnect with loved ones.
  2. Delicious Food: Thanksgiving is all about the food! From the traditional turkey and stuffing to the more creative dishes, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
  3. Gratitude: Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on all the things we are thankful for. It’s a great opportunity to express our gratitude for the people and things in our lives.
  4. Fun Activities: Thanksgiving is a great time to get creative and have some fun. From pumpkin carving to baking pies, there are plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained.
  5. Memories: Thanksgiving is a time to create lasting memories with family and friends. Whether it’s a funny story or a heartfelt moment, Thanksgiving is the perfect time to make memories that will last a lifetime.

Thanksgiving is a special time of year to celebrate with family and great food. From quality time to delicious dishes, there are plenty of reasons to enjoy this holiday.

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Hosting a stress-free Thanksgiving can be a challenge, but it doesn’t have to be. Start by planning ahead and making a list of all the tasks that need to be done. This will help you stay organized and on track. Next, delegate tasks to family and friends who are willing to help. This will help lighten the load and make the day more enjoyable. Finally, don’t forget to take time for yourself. Take a few moments to relax and enjoy the day. With a little bit of planning and help from family and friends, you can host a stress-free Thanksgiving.

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Unthanksgiving Day

“Resist much, obey little” -Walt Whitman

UnThanksgiving Day happens on the 4th Thursday of November and coincides with Thanksgiving. In some places, UnThanksgiving Day is also called the “National Day of Mourning”.

Why pictures of Alcatraz?

Wikipedia has this to say about the topic, “Unthanksgiving Day (or Un-Thanksgiving Day), also known as The Indigenous Peoples Sunrise Ceremony, is an event held on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay to honor the indigenous peoples of the Americas and promote their rights. It coincides with the National Day of Mourning held in Massachusetts.

The Alcatraz ceremony has been held annually since 1975 to commemorate the protest event of 1969, where the Alcatraz-Red Power Movement (ARPM) occupied the island. It is organized by the International Indian Treaty Council and American Indian Contemporary Arts.”

“Resist much, obey little”

Walt Whitman

Raider Token is Protest

The Raider Token project is a protest against the current state of Cryptocurrency Culture. The larger holders, the early adopters, are basically destryoing everyonone trying to get into Crypto.

We see Crypto as the great wealth neutralizer. Everyone should be able to buy crypto and be successful at it. There are some basic things that you have to do to stop from being wrecked (rekt) by the whales (large holders). Raider Token will teach you how to stay safe. Follow us on social media.

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Raider Tokens goal, as I see it, is to take the power and wealth back from the few and spread it out to the many.

Quotes About Protest That Everyone Should Know.

“When an individual is protesting society’s refusal to acknowledge his dignity as a human being, his very act of protest confers dignity on him.”

Bayard Rustin

“Get in good trouble, necessary trouble, and help redeem the soul of America.”

John Lewis

“Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can quietly become a power no government can suppress, a power than can transform the world.”

Howard Zinn

“It is better to protest than to accept injustice.”

Rosa Parks

“It is a sin to be silent when it is your duty to protest.”

Abraham Lincoln

“Being brave doesn’t mean you aren’t scared. Being brave means you are scared, really scared, badly scared, and you do the right thing anyway.”

Neil Gaiman

Happy Nachos Day, Raiders.


November 6 is National Nachos Day! On this day we celebrate one of the most delicious snacks.

Where ever you are Raiders, today’s the day to eat Nachos!

The history of nachos can be traced back to Piedras Negras, Texas, a Mexican border town just west of the Rio Grande. On this day in 1943, the wives of U.S. soldiers stationed at Ft. Duncan dropped by a Piedras Negras hotspot called the Victory Club.

The well-liked hangout was unfortunately closed for the day. Nevertheless, Ignacio “Nacho” Anaya, the manager, decide to make a quick dish with the ingredients he still had remaining: jalapenos, shredded cheese, and triangle-shaped fried tortillas. The result he called Nachos.

Later, in 1978, the iconic ABC sportscaster Howard Cosell mentioned the term “nachos” during a Monday Night Football game — helping to turn this rather simple dish into an American tradition.

Without intending to, Ignacio “Nacho” Anaya began a new tradition that still bares his name today.

Sometimes the things that we do seem insignificant and unimportant, but end up being greater than we could imagine.

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