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Thread: Samsung Galaxy S III Officially Announced

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    Then you'd better head on over to the new forum!

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    I want to buy it.
    Last edited by blugir; 11-02-2018 at 01:29 AM.

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    Thanks for sharing

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    I was eagerly waiting for this device. Samsung Galaxy s lll and when i saw the specifications, it made up my mind so clear that i m going for this one. And after using it for like few months it works same as new one. I genuinely love using this device.

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    While you're basting your turkey, prepping your pies, and getting your Thanksgiving menu together, it might occur to you that Thanksgiving is a little later than usual this year. And you'd be right! (After all, "What day is Thanksgiving?" is always Googled around this time of year.) As it turns out, there's a reason the holiday is arriving a little on the tardier side—and it's downright historic. In fact, the story dates all the way back to 1939 when Franklin Roosevelt decided to shake up the tradition a bit in the name of capitalism.

    Thanksgiving had been celebrated on the last Thursday of the month since the time of Abraham Lincoln. But, according to TIME, during 1939, the calendar had been unusual, as the month started on a Wednesday, so there were five Thursdays as opposed to four.

    To restore some order, Roosevelt moved the national holiday to the second-to-last Thursday of the month (a change that many were unhappy with). Instead of focusing on the negative, Roosevelt attempted to justify his decision with a pro-shopping response: merchants would now have a holiday further from Christmas to allow for more shopping time. In a way, this birthed the consumer craze known as Black Friday nearly 80 years ago.

    The following year (1940), the change stuck as the second-to-last Thursday (Nov. 21) was declared the official Thanksgiving Day. In 1941, he reportedly admitted that the switch was a mistake, but because the calendars were already printed with the third Thursday as Thanksgiving Day, it was too late to go back.
    Dates for Thanksgiving Day from 2015 to 2025

    The next occurrence of Thanksgiving Day is marked in red.

    When is ...? Date Day of the week Days away
    Thanksgiving Day 2015 November 26, 2015 Thursday 1470 days ago
    Thanksgiving Day 2016 November 24, 2016 Thursday 1106 days ago
    Thanksgiving Day 2017 November 23, 2017 Thursday 742 days ago
    Thanksgiving Day 2018 November 22, 2018 Thursday 378 days ago
    Thanksgiving Day 2019 November 28, 2019 Thursday 7 days ago
    Thanksgiving Day 2020 November 26, 2020 Thursday in 357 days
    Thanksgiving Day 2021 November 25, 2021 Thursday in 721 days
    Thanksgiving Day 2022 November 24, 2022 Thursday in 1085 days
    Thanksgiving Day 2023 November 23, 2023 Thursday in 1449 days
    Thanksgiving Day 2024 November 28, 2024 Thursday in 1820 days
    Thanksgiving Day 2025 November 27, 2025 Thursday in 2184 days

    As 1941 ended, Roosevelt made the final permanent change, as he signed a bill making Thanksgiving Day fall on the fourth Thursday of November, regardless of if it is the last Thursday of the month or not. plumbers near me

    And for 2019, you may be thinking, "When is Thanksgiving?" This year, the month of November begins on a Friday, which means the fourth Thursday of the month falls on Nov. 28—it's the first time Thanksgiving has been this late since 2013.

    Regardless of if Turkey Day snuck up on you or if you're been counting down the days till you get a taste of your grandma's famous dessert recipe again, at least now you have a tidbit of trivia to bust out at your holiday party. Cheers to chowing down on stuffing, mashed potatoes, and all your favorite sides with a little more wisdom!{Telstra Webmail support}

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    Thanks for the information.


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