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Re: Happy Thankgiving! (now OT) and + and + OT !!!

Jean, Jean, Jean . . . oh my goodness, what can I say here. French wines? French culture?
The very fact that the studies, from France, have proved that the aspect in a red wine, dans
le vin rouge, cette parfait pour le corps (sadly my French is poor . . c'est mal) maintains one's
vigor and does not let one obtain a corpus maximus. But, now, allow me to think back on the
repast of Thanksgiving . . . did we have a wine from France . . . give me a few moments. No, 
this year we did not. However, I shall be extremely happy to visit once again to France to
check up on the wines. But, as an aperitif, we did have a lovely French cognac flavored 
with vanilla.
And, I too, here on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, north of San Francisco, toast all you
lovely folks that I have so enjoyed over the past few years. To your health? 

On November2006, at 2:05 AM, Jean Daubas wrote:

Hi Jack !
I join Paul in wishing you an happy day but I can hardly believe you when you write "And, it is always a delight how international we are."  seeing that you did not offer any French wine  to your friends  ;-). Is that a side-effect of the pitiful economical globalization we are living now ?
When you come to France, I'll be happy to share with you what is the wine culture in this country !
Just for now, I gonna pour myself  a glass of my local Jura wine (white Savagnin) , and I raise it for all the  list members from everywhere in the world, hoping that we can exchange our wines tastings as well as our alternative processes pleasures  :-)
Cheers from France
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, November 24, 2006 9:38 PM
Subject: Re: Happy Thankgiving! (now OT)

Dear Paul, I actually forgot to say there was an Australian Shiraz as well.
And, it is always a delight how international we are.
Cheers to you 

On November2006, at 8:27 PM, Arcus, Paul wrote:

You have my deepest sympathy for not being able to source Australian wines.
(Particularly our South Australian reds).
Enjoy the day anyway!

From: Jack Fulton [mailto:jefulton1@comcast.net]
Sent: Friday, 24 November 2006 06:50 AM
To: alt-photo-process-l@usask.ca
Subject: Re: Happy Thankgiving!

I'm going to echo Mark, who aint not turkey.
We'll have about 16-18 for the meal tonight, along
with some fine Italian reds, a few New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs, 
and some of California's finest. Of course, we will be eating as well.
Best of this holiday to all . . . though, a friend, a Mandan, told me,
"Jack, for us it is a day of mourning."

On November2006, at 11:23 AM, Ender100@aol.com wrote:

Just wanted to wish everyone on the list who celebrates Thankgiving a BIG HAPPY THANKSGIVING.

May your turkey be stuffed with all sorts of goodies!

Best Wishes,
Mark Nelson

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